Culture and the Arts Minor
Students in the Culture and the Arts minor study the cultural productions of world cultures and societies.
It is not enough to just have knowledge of skills these days. People who understand how art, and the cultures in which they thrive, plays out in the larger society have a leg up on the competition. Beginning with a solid foundation in the historical record of Western Civilization, students in the Culture and the Arts minor study the cultural productions of world cultures and societies: architecture, sculpture, painting, literature, music, drama, religion, and philosophy. Students learn how to navigate our postmodern world in order to better understand the storylines on which the present day operates.
Western Civilization I; Western Civilization II; Arts and Ideas of the Ancient World; either Arts and Ideas of the Medieval and Early Modern World or Arts and Ideas of the Modern World; any two of Principles of Cultural Interpretation or The Postmodern World or Humanities/MCA elective
Students majoring in Media, Culture, and the Arts or Journalism, Culture and Society may not minor in Culture and the Arts, Journalism, or Media Studies.
- Students majoring in English may not minor in Culture and the Arts or Literature.
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