University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Programs


The Peck School of the Arts is comprised of six departments: Art & Design, Dance, Music, Film, Theatre and Inter-Arts. Each department offers many degrees with an wide range of areas of study.

Art & Design

First Year Program
BA - Studio Art
BFA - Art Education, Ceramics, Design and Visual Communication, Digital Studio Practice, Fibers, Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Painting & Drawing, Photography, Print & Narrative Forms, Sculpture
MA/MFA - Studio Art
MS - Art Education

Dance

BA
BFA - Performance & Choreography: Contemporary, Choreography/Africa & the Diaspora, Musical Theatre
Minor - Somatics
Teacher Certification - Post Baccalaureate
MFA - Performing Arts

Film, Video, Animation and New Genres

BFA - Film, Video, Animation and New Genres
MFA - Film, Video, Animation and New Genres

Music

BA
BFA - Performance: Winds, Brass, Percussion, Strings, Piano & Organ, Guitar, Multiple Woodwinds, Jazz, Voice, History & Literature, Composition & Technology, Music Education, Musical Theatre
MM - Chamber Music Performance, Collaborative Piano, Conducting, Composition, Music Education, History & Literature, Performance, String Pedagogy, Opera & Vocal Arts
MM/MLIS - Music Librarian

Theatre

Core
BA
BFA - Acting, Costume Production, Technical Production, Musical Theatre

Inter-Arts

BFA - Interdisciplinary Arts & Technology, Inter-Arts, Musical Theatre

"What Can I Do With This Degree?"

There are various careers that begin with a degree from the Peck School of the Arts. PDFs for each department are below with Frequently Asked Questions included.

Art & Design QuickFacts

Dance QuickFacts

Film QuickFacts

Music QuickFacts

Theatre QuickFacts

So You're not Majoring in the Arts but You'd Still Like
to Take a Class

Non-Majors QuickFacts