Interdisciplinary Studies Programs

General Minor in Fine Arts

The General Minor in Fine Arts is suitable for students whose degree programs are outside the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance. It provides an introduction to Fine Arts subject areas through a variety of courses.

Please note that this minor is only available to students outside the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance.

Fine Arts Minor in Arts Administration

A minor in Arts Administration provides an overview of the administrative skills needed to work in arts and culture organizations. It also provides the necessary skills for artists to function as entrepreneurs. The courses can also be applied to further studies in Business Administration. Add breadth to your program and extra value to your degree.

Please note that a minor in Arts Administration is only available to Fine Arts majors.

Bachelor of Arts – Creative Technologies concentration (BA)

Chart your own course in this diverse interdisciplinary program. You will learn to be innovative and adept with new technology and at integrating new mediums. You will gain a new perspective on technology and the arts.

Flexibility is built into the program, so you can choose courses that match your own interests. First, take required courses that provide a broad base of technological skills and theoretical knowledge. Then, choose courses within the concentration that are specific to your interests, such as sound art, hip hop cultures, graphics, and more.

Fine Arts Minor in Creative Technologies

If you are majoring in another study area in Fine Arts, Arts, or Computer Science, a minor in Creative Technologies will allow you to explore this subject area, while adding a unique specialization to your program.

Find out how far your creativity can take you by adding these courses to your program of study.

Minor in Photography

The minor in photography brings together five courses from different areas in the Fine Arts: Art History 222 Critical Histories of Photography; Film 205 Black and White Photograph; Art 223 Digital Photography; Film 311 Advanced Photography; and a Fine Arts 402 Theory and Photo-Based Practices. Students will develop an area of expertise that complements any Fine Arts major or can add it to a major from another Faculty such as Creative Writing or Journalism.