Courses & Resources for the Boston University Community

Minors

The College of Fine Arts offers seven minors that are available to all Boston University students:


Dual Degree

Sophomores who have achieved a 3.0 GPA or higher may be eligible to complete a dual degree between CFA and another college at BU. Students must meet with the dual degree advisor in the CFA Dean’s Office as well as an academic representative of the secondary college to plan an appropriate schedule. The Dual Degree Program is a rigorous course of study, requiring superior time-management skills. The program typically requires five years to complete; however, students may shorten this time by using transfer credits, AP and IB scores, and semester course overloads. Students outside of CFA will need to audition and/or have portfolio review for admission into DDP. Click here for details.

Courses Open to BU Students

Each semester, CFA offers OVER FIFTY one, two, three, and four credit courses open to the BU Community!
As a Boston University student you can take courses in subjects like guitar, drawing, and acting, or minor in music, theatre visual arts, dance, or arts leadership.

*Other classes may be open to non-majors with permission of the faculty.

Individuals who are 58 and older may also enroll in courses not for credit through the Boston University Evergreen Program.

School of Music




 

School of Theatre


School of Visual Arts

The Visual Arts Minor is designed for students who want an introduction to the concepts and functions of the visual arts offered in a professional training program.