Performing, communication and visual arts - together in one school.
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The Meadows School of the Arts, formally established in 1969 at SMU in Dallas, has achieved prominence as one of the foremost arts education institutions in the United States. Learn more about SMU Meadows
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Performing, communication and visual arts - together in one school. Overview of our Areas of Study
Students work closely with faculty as they learn about the relationship of art to fields such as anthropology, sociology, music, dance, literature, science and engineering.
Meadows art history professors closely mentor their students, offering help and guidance with classes, internships, jobs and grad programs.
The art history department offers curriculum in Hispanic art from both sides of the Atlantic. Pictured: The Meadows Museum, holding one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Spanish art in the world.
Faculty members are recognized nationally and internationally as expert researchers, speakers and authors. Connections in the U.S., Mexico, South America and Europe help foster networking and internships for students.
Applicants must first gain admission to the University.
Additional requirements for admissions to major:
Undergraduate applicants are evaluated on the basis of high school records, academic transcripts, class rank and SAT or ACT scores.
Areas of Study
B.A. in Art History
Minor in Art History
Minor in the History of Visual and Performing Arts
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