A category that introduces students to the practice or study of various arts of expression, performance, and communication and their traditions.
The list of arts courses offered per term can be accessed at http://access.smu.edu/ (click on “View Schedule of Classes”).
marked with an asterisk (*) fulfill the Human Diversity requirement.
Students acting out 'physical impulse' moments creating the physical life of a character in THEA 3311, The Art of Acting taught by Professor Sara Romersberger.
ASDR 1300 Introduction to Studio – Drawing
ASDR 1310 Drawing in Italy
ASDS 1300 Introduction to Studio – Design I
ASPH 1300 Basics of Photography
ASPT 1300 Introduction to Studio – Painting
ASSC 1300 Introduction to Studio – Sculpture I
FILM 2332 American Popular Film
FILM 2351 International Film History
FILM 2364 History of Cinema-TV Comedy
FILM 3300 Film/TV Genres
FILM 3310 Screen Artists
FILM 3311 Great Directors
FILM 3312 Great Directors
DANC 1303-1304 Beginning Modern Dance (Non-Majors)
DANC 1305-1306 Beginning Jazz Dance (Non-Majors)
DANC 2301-2302 Intermediate Ballet (Non-Majors)
DANC 2303-2304 Intermediate Modern Dance (Non-Majors)
DANC 2305-2306 Intermediate Jazz Dance (Non-Majors)
MUHI 2310 The Broadway Musical: Vaudeville to Phantom
MUHI 3337 Music, History, and Ideas
MUHI 3339 Music for Contemporary Audiences
*MUHI 3340 Jazz: Tradition and Transformation
*MUHI 3341 Women and Music: “Like a Virgin”: From Hildegard to Madonna
MUHI 3342 Music, Musicians, & Audiences in 19th-Century Paris
THEA 2311 The Art of Acting