Culture and Expression
Explore the catalytic relationship between the creative human imagination and the cultural settings that ignite it.
Culture and Expression is a flexible, interdisciplinary degree program designed to explore the plurality of cultural expression. It investigates how societies communicate their values and interests through a wide range of artistic and cultural forms, among them film, music, literature and various electronic and visual media. It opens up a whole new world for understanding the arts in social, artistic and political contexts and encourages students to find their own “place” in this world. Students complete courses examining how cultural and artistic forms convey social, political and philosophical concerns through theory and practice. Historical, philosophical and aesthetic concerns are explored through cultural theory and methodology, providing students with a coherent theoretical preparation in concepts and cultural practices for more advanced and specific investigations.
Faculty: Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Double Major, Minor
3, 4 yrs
Research / Other Activities
Graduates of Culture and Expression have gone on to have fulfilling careers in a wide variety of fields. With a Culture and Expression degree, you have the opportunity to enter the work force with a well-rounded education and options to be successful in a range of different career paths.
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|Cultural Program Director||Ethics Board Director||Event Planner|
|Social Service Worker||Teacher||UN Representative|