Working together with faculty mentors, our students receive close attention in our classrooms, in studios, on the stage, in practice rooms and ensemble settings, and in one-on-one exchanges. The school's departments offer a variety of degree programs, including a range of Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Bachelor of Music, several minors and three Master of Arts degrees. In addition, students can earn skill-based certificates that supplement their degrees. Our faculty members are award-winning teachers who are also leaders in their fields. Students learn by making, performing and by reflecting on life-changing ideas making the School of Arts and Humanities alive with performances, exhibitions and productions. These kinds of experiences provide the proficiencies that employers are seeking in numerous and varied fields. Perform, think critically and excel in the School of Arts and Humanities.
Ianthe Brautigan Swensen, instructor in the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, will executive produce with her husband, Paul Swensen the screen adaptation of the book The Hawkline Monster, which was written by... Read the full story >