Performing, communication and visual arts - together in one school.
Overview of our Areas of Study
Our list of undergraduate Majors and Minors
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Performing, communication and visual arts - together in one school. Overview of our Areas of Study
Areas of Study
Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship
Corporate Communication and Public Affairs
Film and Media Arts
About the Division of Music
Classes (See Catalog)
Faculty and Staff
Student Internships & Collaborations
Meadows Artist Bridge
Peak Fellowship Ensemble-in-Residence
SMU Meadows Licensed Music Rights
Workshops and Special Programs
All-State Music Audition Workshop
SMU Institute for Young Pianists
Piano Preparatory Department
Registration for Year-Round Prep
Opportunities for Non-Music Majors
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