Texas Tech University

Visual and Performing Arts Minors & Certificates

Certificates

Arts Entrepreneurship Minor/Certificate

Learn how to build creative partnerships and networks among artists, audiences, communities, businesses, teachers, and students. You will learn how to become self-directed business owners or employees in arts industries and how to identify and pursue opportunities that challenge yourself to recombine resources in innovative ways to produce creative arts projects. Click Here for more information and requirements.

Motion Picture Certificate

The J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts and the College of Media & Communication have partnered to offer a 15-hour undergraduate certificate in Motion Picture Production. You will learn valuable skillsets in the areas of production and performance in motion picture films. Click Here for more information and requirements.

Community Arts Entrepreneurship

Offered through the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts School of Music, the Undergraduate Certificate in Community Arts Entrepreneurship is aimed at practitioners and participants in community arts. It provides practical and applicable skills for future arts administrators, working artists, performers, presenters, and community advocates. Click Here for more information and requirements.

Jazz Studies

The J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts School of Music offers a Undergraduate Certificate in Jazz Studies to provide students with a foundation in the skills necessary to be a successful performer in the jazz idiom. Click Here for more information and requirements.

World Music

For most scholars involved in teaching or research, there is an expectation of familiarity with global music styles. If you are interested in advanced degrees you will find material advantage in this undergraduate certificate study. This certificate complements programs in music education, music composition, performance, and the Bachelor of Arts in Music. Click Here for more information and requirements.

Minors

Arts Entrepreneurship Minor/Certificate

Learn how to build creative partnerships and networks among artists, audiences, communities, businesses, teachers, and students. You will learn how to become self-directed business owners or employees in arts industries and how to identify and pursue opportunities that challenge yourself to recombine resources in innovative ways to produce creative arts projects. Click Here for more information and requirements.

Transmedia Minor and Concentration

The Transmedia program offers an interdisciplinary approach to both digital new media and traditional studio art practices. In the program, studio art majors will learn to use computer technology to communicate across a variety of media platforms. Click Here for more information about the Transmedia Minor or Click Here for more information about the Transmedia Concentration.

Studio Art

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Art History

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Dance

Students who wish to minor in dance must also audition for the dance program. Auditions are held every fall and spring semester and consist of prospective students learning and performing movement in contemporary, ballet, and jazz. Solos will not be seen. Click Here for more information about the Dance Minor.

Fine Arts Photography

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Theatre Arts

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