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Scholar Artist Track

Scholar Artist Track

Combine scholarship and artistic practice

The culmination of the scholar/artist track is the production of an integrated scholarly/creative dissertation that is partly a written dissertation and partly a body of artistic practice. For the scholar artist track, choose one primary area from:

  • Film Studies / Comparative Literature
  • Ethnomusicology / Musicology
  • Theater / Performance Studies
  • Visual Culture / Literature of the African World
  • Art and Architectural History
  • Philosophy of Art

Find out what we mean when we say Interdisciplinary

Areas of Study

Creative practice is accomplished under an artistic advisor from one of the Schools below. Choose one area of artistic practice from:




Students who are interested in applying to the track must already hold a master’s degree and have a complete portfolio. To apply, please contact the appropriate College of Fine Arts professor indicating interest. The professor will then review your portfolio, and they are responsible for writing a letter of their support for your project. Final decision for admission is made by the School of Interdisciplinary Arts.

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