Arts & Engineering
Be the Best of Both Worlds
Not everyone thinks like an engineer. Learning to work with people from other disciplines can make you a better communicator, decision maker and critical thinker. Experiences that combine Engineering and the Arts bring a new dimension to your studies and set you up for success in the workplace and in society.
My experiential learning communities inside and outside the country have made me a more confident, compassionate, and culturally-aware engineer.Shadae Boakye-Yiadom
Peer Mentor/Recruiter for Living Arts,
Study Abroad in Germany,
Young Ambassador, ArtsEngine
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Semesters Offered/Recommended: Year Round
Financial: Funding Available
ArtsEngine is an interdisciplinary initiative for students and faculty supported by the five North Campus schools and colleges (Engineering; Architecture & Urban Planning; Art & Design; Music, Theatre & Dance; Information). We provide grant funding for interdisciplinary projects and research, co-sponsor campus-wide programs, such as the MPowered Makeathon and the Science as Art competition. We also offer co-taught courses on creativity and collaboration through our UARTS courses, and support the Living Arts residential community.
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Experiential education that combines the Arts and Engineering can give you great resumé points and memorable interview material.
Sample Project: Lead to Pixels: Digital Images, Material Surrogates
- Experiment with the use of innovative 3D printing, materials exploration, and image manipulation.
- Collaborate with professional staff
- Conduct historical research, digital imaging and manipulation, and physical prototyping and printing