Fine & Performing Arts

Each major in the Fine and Performing Arts division benefits from Eureka College’s liberal arts emphasis. Students gain specific skills related to their major as well as broad, flexible skills like critical thinking and collaboration – creating a holistic educational experience. The Fine and Performing Arts majors fit into one of two areas of study, Art and Music.

  • Designed for diverse media exploration
  • Concentration in 2D or 3D production
  • Courses in art history, gallery experiences and special topics provide a foundation
  • Historic context and contemporary issues serve as a frame of reference
  • Provide opportunities for enrichment through a variety of musical experiences including classroom study, group and private lessons and ensemble participation
  • The major provides a foundation for further study in graduate school and for careers in performance, composition and education
  • The minor provides opportunities for career in arts management, music broadcasting and music business (when combined with Business or Communication major)
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Fine & Performing Arts Majors/Minors

Designed with the artist and art-lover in mind, the Art Major offers the opportunity for exploration in a variety of techniques and media choices. Drawing, painting, illustration, design photography, clay and sculpture are some of the courses made for diverse media exploration.
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Digital & Media Design
Design and media are particularly suited to interdisciplinary thinking. And, that’s what we do best at Eureka College.
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Courses in music provide opportunities for enrichment through a variety of musical experiences, including classroom study, group and private lessons, and ensemble participation.
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Pre-Art Therapy
Art therapy is a growing profession employing individuals interested in using art to help others. Professionals in the field work in schools, clinics, and hospital settings, or as independent therapists.
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