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Arts And Letters Fau
The Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters is known for the outstanding academic experience it offers students in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Architecture and Public Administration.
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Our community regards the College as a regional center of creativity characterized by its creativity and vision. The college has award-winning authors, some of the most prestigious institutions, Fulbright scholars, and critically acclaimed artists, all of whom work closely with students in collaborative research and artistic projects. The dedicated faculty of renowned scholars, researchers, and artists on 18 academic programs that offer 26 bachelor degrees, 17 minors, 12 certificate programs and 20 graduate degrees – including a PhD in Comparative Studies and Architecture specialist degree program – combines the best of traditional and liberal education with cutting edge theory in developing fields.
The hallmark of the College is its commitment to student learning opportunities at all levels of the curriculum, including faculty-led study abroad programs, archeology tours around the world, a recording studio for commercials, a variety of student media outlets (newspaper, radio, TV), the award-winning Leon Charney Diplomacy Program, The LeRoy Collins Public Ethics Academy, the John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government, and competitive internships in thousands of organizations and businesses seek the critical and creative thinking skills our students provide. Arts and Letters faculty at all levels are engaged in artistic research and creativity.
The Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters includes many public performance and exhibition spaces. Performance spaces include the 500-seat University Theater, two black box theaters, and FAU’s resident professional theater company, Theater Lab. Annually, these venues offer more than 30 concerts, eight-to-twelve different theater performances, three dance performances and many lectures. There are also two terraces on the campus; the Schmidt Center Gallery and the Ritter Art Gallery. Each gallery presents four to six exhibitions during the academic year. The theaters in the Living Room Theaters complex are used for film studies classes in our School of Communication during the day, and are open at night and on weekends showing independent and foreign films, and serving lunch and dinner. The College is also home to the Avron B. Fogelman Sports Memorabilia Museum, which offers internship opportunities for students, and the MetroLAB, both an interactive design community and exhibition shop and convention center, which is a hub for creating events and student exhibitions. and faculty work.