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What have you always wanted to do but haven't had a chance to try? Arts Exchange is your opportunity to explore the arts and disciplines beyond your area of study.

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The College of Fine and Applied Arts introduced Arts Exchange as an opportunity for students to experience the arts outside of their own areas of study. Our college celebrates many opportunities to engage more students and provide a greater depth of understanding of our disciplines and art forms. Use your non-major courses to discover, dance, and design throughout the College of Fine and Applied Arts!

The information below provides more information about the events designated as Arts Exchange. 

Arts Exchange Special Topic Courses
Arts Exchange Courses Open to Non-Majors

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts and Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts and Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Four sections available:

  • Architecture of Death
  • Contemporary Art
  • Critical Museum Studies
  • Introduction to Chinese Art

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts and Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts

Gen Ed: Advanced Composition, Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures, and Humanities and the Arts: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts, Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts, Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts

Gen Ed: Humanities and the Arts: Literature and the Arts and Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Cultures

Requires junior standing

Gen Ed: Social and Behavioral Sciences

Gen Ed: Cultural Studies: U.S. Minority Cultures

Gen Ed: Social and Behavioral Sciences and Cultural Studies: Non-Western Cultures

Gen Ed: Natural Sciences and Technology: Life Science or Physical Science