Fine and Performing Arts (CTFPA)
In this program, students are given the opportunity to develop and refine the skills used in their craft. The student's career plans are enriched through the opportunity to develop a plan for self-management. Together, these two areas will help students determine their short-and-long term career goals.
- Humanities, Social & Behav Sci
- Performing Arts Dept
- Allison Fournier
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|ART 130||or||Art Appreciation|
|ART 131||or||Art Appreciation through Art Museum Experiences|
|MUS 180||Music Appreciation: Our Musical World||3|
|ART 285||or||Self-Management for Working Artists|
|MUS 285||Self Management for Working Artists||3|
|Choose nine credits from a single discipline in either ART, DAN*, DRA or MUS*||9|
- Total Credits Required
*Credit for courses that can be repeated for credit will be counted only two times toward the minimum of nine credits, regardless of the number of times the course can be repeated.