Fine Arts Interdisciplinary


The Interdisciplinary major presents a unique opportunity for students to combine studies of two liberal arts areas and to develop, in a structured way, the interrelations between these different fields of knowledge.

Fine Arts Interdisciplinary Major

This program can be combined with any of the following areas:

  • Business
  • Computer Science
  • Education
  • English
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Religion

Fine Arts Tracks

Fine Arts Interdisciplinary students can select between two tracks:

The Dance track encourages self-expression, cooperation, and the development of individual technique, while providing instruction in choreography and performance skills.

Choreography includes a number of styles of dance:

  • Modern
  • Contemporary jazz
  • Theater jazz
  • Hip hop
  • Ballet
  • Tap

The Studio Arts track allows students to explore visual aesthetics and artistic expression through a variety of mediums, including:

  • Ceramics
  • Stained glass
  • Metal work
  • Drawing and painting
  • Sculpture
  • Photography


The capstone experience is an art project with a companion research paper. Before applying, students should have a grade of C- or better in:

  • Fine Arts 101: Aegean to Early Christian
  • Fine Arts 102: Renaissance and Baroque Art
  • One of the following:
    • Fine Arts 120: Metalwork
    • Fine Arts 130: Glass Painting
    • Fine Arts 140: Drawing and Painting