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  Nov 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities


Dr. Jessica Mallard, dean
  Mary Moody Northen Hall, Room 161
  WTAMU Box 60238
  806-651-2777 • Fax 806-651-2779
  jmallard@wtamu.eduwtamu.edu
   
Dr. Edward Kahler, associate dean
  Mary Moody Northen Hall, Room 166
  806-651-2776 • ekahler@wtamu.edu

 

The Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities offers course work, laboratory preparation and real-life experience in humanities and fine arts. Students studying in fine arts and humanities departments can prepare for professional careers as performers, clinicians, writers and critics, as well as for careers in university and public education.

The college also offers a strong liberal arts foundation for students who wish to pursue traditional, broadly based university goals with emphasis in fine arts or humanities. A wide range of general courses is available for students seeking some background in fine arts and humanities while majoring in one of the University's other academic disciplines.

The Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities fosters and preserves the art and skill of human thought and expression. Through teaching, research, creative activity, performance, and professional service, we advocate for the importance and the relevance of the fine arts and humanities. The College is dedicated to the development of tomorrow's leaders through technology-rich, academically rigorous educational programs and empowering co-curricular experiences at the undergraduate and graduate level. The College enhances the quality of life of the region and advances excellence through high impact experiences that engage students with the community.

Department of Art, Theatre and Dance

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Programs

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Certification, Teacher

Minor

Department of Communication

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Programs

Major

Certification, Teacher

Minor

Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages

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Programs

Major

Certification, Teacher

Minor

Certificate

Department of History

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Programs

Major

Certification, Teacher

Minor

Certificate

School of Music

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Programs

Major

Certification, Teacher

Minor

Office of General Majors

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