Art, Performance and Cinema Studies 48 months Undergraduate Program By Simon Fraser University |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 151-200QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Art and DesignMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Art and Design

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program leads to a bachelor of arts (BA) degree. Within the fine and performing arts, there are lively debates about the meaning and significance of individual artworks, as well as their relationships to audiences and to other forms of culture. The program investigates art and culture with attention to the historically changing forms of class, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality and aesthetics. It provides students with the knowledge, research and communication skills needed to participate effectively in contemporary debates about art and culture. The core program includes two introductory studio courses from a multidisciplinary range of choices; these provide the experience of the creative process in dance, music, theatre, video or visual art. The program is interdisciplinary, but also provides a knowledge of and sensitivity to the distinctive qualities of specific art forms. Course selection beyond the program’s core is flexible and students are encouraged to shape their studies in the school, or in the University at large.

Program overview

Main Subject

Art and Design

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

This program leads to a bachelor of arts (BA) degree. Within the fine and performing arts, there are lively debates about the meaning and significance of individual artworks, as well as their relationships to audiences and to other forms of culture. The program investigates art and culture with attention to the historically changing forms of class, gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality and aesthetics. It provides students with the knowledge, research and communication skills needed to participate effectively in contemporary debates about art and culture. The core program includes two introductory studio courses from a multidisciplinary range of choices; these provide the experience of the creative process in dance, music, theatre, video or visual art. The program is interdisciplinary, but also provides a knowledge of and sensitivity to the distinctive qualities of specific art forms. Course selection beyond the program’s core is flexible and students are encouraged to shape their studies in the school, or in the University at large.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

88+
6+
2+
65+
1130+
Jan-2000

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Simon Fraser University (SFU) was founded in 1965 with a distinct west coast spirit. It has been rated Canada's top comprehensive university by Maclean's magazine twelve out of the last thirteen years. With three campuses, over 30,000 undergraduate students, 5,700 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, over 160,000 alumni and over 1,000 tenure-track faculty, SFU has developed a strategic vision as an “engaged university defined by its dynamic integration of innovative education, cutting-edge research, and far-reaching community engagement.” The university has a substantial international student population and worldwide research and program linkages. Its new tagline is: “Canada’s engaged university.”

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