This program is best suited for the self-motivated student who has a very particular, well-defined interest, not currently offered within one of our majors. Curriculum is built upon a series of existing classes from two contrasting areas/departments of study at Peck School of the Arts, and culminates with a thoroughly researched and comprehensive capstone project.
Interested students will need to be proactive with faculty members who will approve and supervise coursework and completion of the capstone project.
Curriculum listed below is approved for students currently enrolled in the respective program. Any future adjustments for new/incoming students will be posted by May 15. After reviewing, please connect with our advising office to start planning your degree path today!
Dual Discipline students work closely with advising to identify specific course and degree requirements. Dance and Music each require an entrance audition.
|University Core||48 Credits|
|Competencies (more info)|
|English Parts A & B||0|
|Math Parts A & B||0|
|General Education Requirements (more info)|
|Natural Science (1 course with lab)||6|
|Peck School of the Arts (3 arts areas outside department)||12|
|General (outside Peck School of the Arts)||12|
|General (3cr outside areas of emphasis)||3|
|Degree Curriculum||72 credits|
|(See advising for specific course requirements)|
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Faculty within the Dual Discipline program are comprised of select Peck School of the Arts faculty & staff dependent upon your chosen focus of study. For a list of all Peck School of the Arts faculty please follow the link below.