Arts & Cultural Studies

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Students in Arts & Cultural Studies explore the many ways that humans relate to each other and their environments through a political, economic, social, cultural, historical or aesthetic lens. As active, even activist, artists or scholars, they increase awareness and participation in intercultural dialogues while they examine their own and others’ beliefs and make contributions to existing and emerging bodies of knowledge and practice. Individualized programs in Arts & Cultural Studies prepare students for graduate study or careers in areas that include:

• Anthropology
• Cultural and regional studies
• Expressive Arts
• History
• Journalism
• Museum curation
• Performing arts
• Public administration
• Regional and community planning
• Philosophy
• Social advocacy and education in non-profit organizations

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