Miller Arts Scholars Seminar & Discussion

CASS 1010 and 1011 are required, one-hour classes for second through fourth-year Miller Arts Scholars. Faculty from Music, Studio Art, Drama, and Dance, and others will share aspects of their personal research, thoughts about Arts at the University, practical applications of an Art Major after college, etc. 

CASS 1010 Goal

This course seeks to stimulate cross disciplinary discussion and connections between the disciplines represented by our students in Miller Arts Scholars. Students share their artistic discipline with other enrolled students and work on developing art portfolios. This discussion is largely student driven and opens the door for us to consider how individual practices can interact with, serve and thrive within the ecology of the arts community.  

Current Syllabus
Engagement and Journal Rubric
Portfolio Presentation Guide
Portfolio Presentation Rubric

CASS 1011 Goal

CASS 1011 is a discussion course for programmatic development, sharing ideas, and mentoring for second through fourth-year Arts Scholars. Our goal is to create connections and stimulate discussion between all Miller Arts Scholars. This discussion course is offered during the spring semester. 

Current Syllabus
Engagement and Journal Rubric