Arts Majors, Minors, Honors, Coterm, and Classes

Overview

If you’re considering majoring or minoring in the arts (or studying some of their classes), browse through the department course catalogues and visit their respective websites.

MAJORS/MINORS/HONORS

Architecture

Major, Minor
Department/School: Civil and Environmental Engineering (School of Engineering)

Art History

Major, Minor, Honors
Department/School: Art & Art History (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Art Practice

Major, Minor, Honors
Department/School: Art & Art History (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Creative Writing

English Major with a Creative Writing emphasis, Minor
Department/School: English (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Concentrations:

  • Prose
  • Poetry

Dance

Minor
Department/School: Theater & Performance Studies (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Film and Media Studies           

Major, Minor, Honors
Department/School: Art &Art History (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Honors in the Arts

Honors
Department/School: Stanford Arts Institute (Vice Presidency for the Arts/School of Humanities & Sciences)

Identity, Diversity, and Aesthetics

CSRE or AAAS Major with IDA emphasis, CSRE or AAAS Minor with IDA emphasis, Honors
Department/School: Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, African & African American Studies (School of Humanities & Sciences); Institute for Diversity in the Arts (Vice Presidency for the Arts)

Individually Designed Major           

Major, Honors
Department/School: School of Engineering

Interdisciplinary Arts

Minor
Department/School: Stanford Arts Institute (Vice Presidency for the Arts/School of Humanities & Sciences)

Music (concentrations listed below)           

Major, Minor, Honors
Department/School: Music (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Concentrations:

Product Design           

Major
Department/School: Mechanical Engineering (School of Engineering)

Theater & Performance Studies       

Major, Minor, Honors
Department/School: Theater & Performance Studies (School of Humanities & Sciences)

Concentrations:

  • Acting
  • Theater-Making

Double Majors

Depending on your unit load, it may be possible to double major. Since art is a 56-unit major, it’s entirely possible to complete a double-major that includes one major in art, providing that you plan ahead.

More information about Double Majors

Coterm

The coterminal degree program allows you to study for a master’s degree while completing your bachelor’s degree(s) in the same or in a different department. Art students interested in pursuing a coterminal degree should speak with their Undergraduate Advising Director.

More information about Coterm