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  • Design

    The Department of Design offers seven undergraduate degrees including illustration, photography, graphic design and animation. Students in the animation program have recently won several Student Emmys for their short films Ram’s Horn and Owned.

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  • Art

    Recently split from the design department, the Department of Art offers three undergraduate degrees and two graduate degrees. The areas of emphasis include ceramics, painting and sculpture.

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  • Museum of Art

    Moving Pictures: C.C.A Christensen’s Mormon Panorama presents a historic saga of early LDS Church history. C.C.A. Christensen’s 22 sweeping panoramas depict the miracles and persecutions between Joseph Smith’s First Vision to the pioneers’ entrance into the Salt Lake valley in 1847.

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  • Communications

    The School of Communications offers students real world experience and mentored learning in award-winning laboratories. Students can work with real clients and produce stories in print, digital and broadcast newsrooms.

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  • Dance

    From ballet and ballroom to contemporary and world dance, the Department of Dance remains one of the largest academic dance programs in the nation. It houses 3 undergraduate degrees and 9 performing groups that have won competitions throughout the world.

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  • Theatre and Media Arts

    With an emphasis on creativity, our programs invite curiosity and imagination in collaborative and mentored environments where students learn how to tell stories that illuminate human understanding in order to innovate and see anew.

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  • Music

    Since the early stages of Brigham Young University, music studies have encouraged students to expand horizons and cultivate artistic abilities. With approximately 650 students pursuing their dreams in music majors, the School of Music provides 14 undergraduate and 12 graduate degrees.

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Comms students advocate minority issues from the classroom to New Zealand

BYU students often have problems during the wintertime, but soon, for a lucky few, the cold will not be one of them. Next winter semester, during the summer months of the southern hemisphere, about 20 students will travel throughout New Zealand in a new study abroad program that focuses on media and culture, entitled “New […]


Shaun Parry, CFAC Alumnus, to Receive BYU Alumni Achievement Award

Shaun Parry will be presented with a BYU Alumni Achievement Award on Thursday, Oct. 8. Prior to the award reception, Parry will give a lecture entitled “Impossible Dreams I Didn’t Know Enough To Dream.” The lecture will be held in the Madsen Recital Hall at 11 a.m. Admission is free and the lecture is open […]

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