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Wash or sanitize hands
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Maintain a distance of at least six feet
Please continue to practice health and safe social spacing precautions to protect yourself duirng this global pandemic. Visit www.famu.edu
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About The Department of Visual Arts, Humanities and Theatre
The Department of Visual Arts, Humanities, and Theatre offers instructional programs in visual arts, philosophy, religion, theatre, and courses in humanities. Each of these programs leads to either the Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Arts degree.
The Department is actively involved with special programs, events and various creative, expressive, scholarly endeavors by faculty and students. Overall, it prepares students for positions of leadership by imparting knowledge, skills, and proficiencies, which they may need when performing in their professions and functioning in their communities. The Department provides students with a sound general education, specialized instruction, practical experience, and exposure to distinguished visual and performing artists, philosophers, and theologians.
Student majors are expected to select courses from each instructional program within their respective department.
515 Orr Drive, Tucker Hall 208
Florida A&M University
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
(850) 599-3161 (Visual Arts Program)
(850) 599-3394 (Theatre)
Dr. Allezo N. Owens