The PhD in World Arts prepares students to be teachers and researchers in field of World Arts as they support the local arts of communities around the world and develop activities in training, mentoring, and consulting for communities, organizations, and schools.
The MA with a major in World Arts prepares students to work cross-culturally alongside singers, musicians, actors, dancers, storytellers, and visual artists, researching the arts of their community. Concentrations: Applied Arts, Arts & Islam, Arts & Scripture Engagement, Linguistics
The Graduate Certificate in World Arts (CWA) is designed for students who are interested in becoming arts specialists but don’t need a full MA.
The 18-credit Graduate Certificate in Arts and Trauma Healing (GC-ATH) trains students to guide others through scripturally based, culturally relevant artistic modalities for trauma healing.
The Center for Excellence in World arts teams up with the College of International Studies to provide a Bachelor of Arts with a minor in World Arts.