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Computing in the Arts

With a minor in computing in the arts, you’ll have the opportunity to use computers to realize works of art, to study the perception of artistic phenomena and to think about new, computer-influenced paradigms and metaphors for the experiences of making and appreciating art. This interdisciplinary minor includes course offerings from the arts, social sciences, humanities and the physical sciences. You can choose from six tracks: computer science, dance, film, music, art and psychology.