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Minor in Studies in Arts and Culture
The addition of a Minor in Studies in Arts and Culture (STAC) to a Major program provides a unique opportunity for those students who have a genuine interest in learning more about the fine and performing arts. The four course Minor is designed to provide an introduction to one or two art forms, be it dance, dramatic arts, music or visual arts and the historical or theoretical readings they are given within the wide pedagogical range of the School of the Fine and Performing Arts. Whether you have a passion for the arts or a curiosity about the culture that defines us, and are majoring in programs as diverse as Linguistics, English, Business, Communications, Mathematics, or Physical Education and Kinesiology (to name a few), STAC will have courses that complement your program and area of interest.
Taking a Major at STAC? add a Minor!
A student completing a Major in STAC can easily add a Minor in Dramatic Arts, Music, or Visual Arts to their program. See the Calendar for details.
MUSIC and STAC: what a great combo!
Did you know you can take a Major in the one area of study and a Minor in the other? A student completing a Major with the Centre for Studies in Arts and Culture (STAC) can pick-up a Minor in Music (MUSI), and a student completing a Major in Music can pick-up a Minor with STAC .
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Please note that some MUSI courses require Gr. 2 RCM theory; performance courses also require an audition. See the Department of Music for more information.