Art

Minor

  • Develop your creative voice and vision
  • Ceramics, graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, sculpture
  • 18 credit minor program

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Julia

My favorite place is the Rotunda because it is the perfect spot to take a moment and relax.

Year: Junior

Major: Art Therapy

Hometown: Harleysville, Pennsylvania

Activities on campus: Alpha Sigma Psi (social service sorority) Zeta Omicron (Art Honor Society) VIA (Volunteers in action), CRS (Catholic Relief Services) Kidstuff General Chair, active in various Campus Ministry service projects

Favorite Marywood moment: Spending the evening before finals in the Rotunda listening to friends sing and play music. Hearing the echo in the Rotunda and sharing that moment with my best friends was an experience I will always remember at Marywood.

Favorite place on campus: My favorite place is the Rotunda because it is the perfect spot to take a moment and relax. I also love admiring the artwork.

Favorite thing about being an Ambassador: I love seeing a prospective student’s face light up while on tour when they see something about campus that they are truly excited about.

Fun fact: I am obsessed with flowers.

 


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Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

  • Official SAT and/or ACT scores
  • Completed application
  • Essay
  • Official transcripts
  • Letter of recommendation

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Arts Administration (with Specialization in Corporate Communication)


Major in Arts Administration requires the following:

  1. 24 credits in Corporate Communication as an area of primary concentration.
    The courses are:
  2. 15 credits in Art or Music, Theatre, and Dance as an area of secondary concen­tration in courses designated by the respective departments. Please see the course list in each department for specific requirements.

 

COMM 204 Public Relations: Principles and Practices
3
COMM 206 Organizational Communication
3
COMM 233 Video Production I
3
COMM 233L Video Production I Lab
0
COMM 234 Video Production II
3
COMM 234L Video Production II Lab
0
COMM 237 New Communication Technologies
3
COMM 340 Writing for Corporate Communication
3
COMM 400 Instructional Design and Media
3
COMM 451 Coordinating Seminar in Communication Arts
3

c.  24 credits in Business, including the following courses:

 

BUS 111 Principles of Marketing
3
BUS 123 Management and Career Options
3
BUS 131 Accounting I
3
BUS 132 Accounting II
3
BUS 200 Advanced Computer Tools for Management 3
BUS 252 Business Law I
3
BUS Elective: The student will select 6 credits in business courses to complete their 24 credits  

Arts Administration (with Secondary Concentration in Corporate Communication)

 

  1. Student selects Art or Music as an area of primary concentration. Please see the course requirements listed for each department in this catalog.
  2. Student selects a second concentration of 15 credits in Corporate Communication. The courses are:

 

COMM 204 Public Relations: Principles and Practices
3
COMM 206 Organizational Communication
3
COMM 233 Video Production I
3
COMM 233L Video Production I Lab
0
COMM 340 Writing for Corporate Communication
3
COMM 400 Instructional Design and Media
3