Undergraduate and graduate programs in FCCS offer the study of historical and contemporary creativity in various forms. The Faculty’s programs cultivate students’ abilities to interrogate our cultural and natural heritage; to determine which elements need to be preserved; to explore how best these can be sustained; and to better the human condition.

Undergraduate Studies

The Faculty offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts; Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Art History and Visual Culture, Creative Writing, English, Cultural Studies, French, and in French and Spanish; minors in Theatre, Spanish and Medieval and Renaissance Studies; as well as courses in Film, Music, Digital Humanities, German, Japanese, and World Literatures.

The Faculty also offers  courses that are part of the Bachelor of Media Studies, a degree program jointly offered by the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies and the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences.

Undergraduate Options

Graduate Studies

We offer graduate students opportunities to pursue studies in and across disciplines in the Humanities and Fine Arts. By the nature of its disciplinary and interdisciplinary work, FCCS is dedicated to developing a community that offers students an opportunity to work at the graduate level in an intimate learning environment focused on effective teaching and the integration of creativity and research.

The Faculty off­ers Master of Arts in English, Master of Fine Arts, and Master of Arts and PhD in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies.

Graduate Options

Summer Indigenous Art Intensive

This month-long residency gathers artists, curators, writers and scholars to engage in contemporary ideas and discourse—a place for new ideas rooted in Indigenous art-making.

Summer Intensive