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Summer/Autumn 2013
Catalog update:
May 15, 2013

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Courses in the Arts and Literature domain ask students to extend their knowledge and experience of the arts while developing their critical and reflective abilities. In these courses, students interpret and analyze particular creative works, investigate the relations of form and meaning, and through critical and/or creative activity, come to better understand the original audience that witnessed a work of art and how its meaning and significance changes over time. These courses focus on works of art or literature, however the process of analysis may include social, cultural, and historical issues. Genres covered in this domain include literature, the visual arts, media arts, the performing arts, music, and theater.


Below please find examples of courses previously offered for arts and literature credit. For information on current offerings, please consult campus connection.

African & Black Diaspora Studies

American Studies


Art Media and Design

Catholic Studies

Comparative Literature

Computer Games Development

Computer Graphics and Motion Technology

Digital Cinema


Environmental Studies



History of  Art and Architecture


Intercultural Communication


Latin American and Latino Studies

Liberal Studies In Education

Media and Cinema Studies 

Modern Languages


Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies


School for New Learning

Sound Recording Technology


Women’s and Gender Studies 

Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse