Art and Music
Josephine M. Dunn, Ph.D., Director, Art and Music Program
The Art and Music program offers three minors: Art History, Studio Art, and Music History. Each discipline develops creative expression, prompts aesthetic appreciation and judgment, develops critical thinking, and deepens understanding of the impulse to create with sound and image.
Designated courses in Art History, Studio Art, and Music History satisfy General Education requirements in the following areas: Humanities (CA), Cultural Diversity (D), and Writing-Intensive (EPW).
Courses for Art and Music are listed under the prefixes ARTH, ART and MUS. For more information on these and all courses offered, visit our Course Descriptions page.
For more information about the Art and Music program, visit the History Department’s website.