See Minors for more information on the program, and course break down.
Liberal Arts and Sciences Minors
The minor in Art History offers students the opportunity to focus on an expanded range of historical and cultural ideas about art and art making. With a guided and structured approach, students use diverse critical methods to explore the cultural creation, meaning, dissemination, and impact of visual images, objects, and practices.
The minor in Cultural Studies offers students the opportunity to explore the question "Why do people behave as they do?" within this exciting field through coursework, independent study, on-site field research and an internship. Students learn to make connections between their artistic skills and education and academic and public sector work through both analytical and practical applications of cultural studies.
English (Creative Writing)
The minor in Creative Writing offers students the opportunity to give voice and shape to their creativity through a variety of written expressive forms. In a structured environment, with guidance and support, students develop their writing and an exciting way to explore their personal visions through workshops and lectures.