The minor in dance enhances a visual and performing arts educational experience. Students obtain the tools necessary to teach, choreograph and direct dance performances in high schools, private studios, performance groups and more.
The minor in devised theatre provides the essential skills to develop and mount original works of theatre, enabling artists from varied fields to add theatrical practice to their repertoire, and build performance into their art and scholarship.
The minor in film studies prepares students to think and write critically about fim and media from multiple perspectives. The minor connects a student’s major field of study with an understanding of film’s cultural and social significance.
Game Design & Development
The minor in game design and development offers students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skill associated with the aesthetic and technical aspects of interactive media. In collaboration with other students, you will learn core competencies as well as engage in creative problem solving.
The graphic design minor allows you to specialize in design foundations. The minor is designed to provide students with a general understanding of typography, the use of image and color, layout, relevant software skills and the language of graphic design.
The minor in music technology guides students in exploring new approaches to musical expression through technology-based live performance, fixed media art, installation art and interdisciplinary creative work. Students develop their creative voices as 21st century musicians using technology expressively.
The minor in performance studies cultivates an analytical perspective about the role and meaning of performance in global culture. Students widen their horizons through studying performance and the practice of performance itself.
The studio art minor allows you to explore your creative side through the combination of art and digital tools. In this program you will develop and hone your skills through practice of the visual arts in multiple mediums.