Gettysburg College - Gettysburg, PA Gettysburg College has earned its strong academic reputation. Since its founding in 1832, the College has upheld a rigorous commitment to the liberal arts in all their breadth and depth.

On a beautiful campus in a world-famous town, 2,600 students discover their intellectual passion through more than 69 academic programs.

There are no bystanders here. Students prepare for leadership through experiential learning opportunities, an extensive career network, and countless co-curricular, service, and off-campus study activities.

The Sunderman Conservatory of Music

If music is a part of who you are, if you’re serious, you need opportunities to express it, develop it, and let it grow.

The Sunderman Conservatory of Music is a dedicated place for music inside a liberal arts college, a conservatory embedded in a rich intellectual community. It’s a place of synergy and energy, of concertos and calculus, symphonies and science, history and harmonies, gamelan and German. An exceptional faculty of artists and scholars, a campus culture rich in performance, and opportunities that range from residencies with internationally-renowned guest artists and lecturers each semester to musical experiences abroad for a semester or a summer make Sunderman one of the most distinctive undergraduate music options available.

Gettysburg College offers a Bachelor of Music in Performance, a Bachelor of Music Education, and a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Music with the option for a Double Major.

Academic rigor. Creative inquiry. Surprising collaborations. Innovative instruction. Unique musical challenges. Immersing students in a curriculum that values the traditions of classical, jazz, and world musics, Sunderman unites professional artistic standards with the intellectual and academic breadth of the liberal arts in an environment of creative inquiry.

Theatre Arts

Theatre Arts students at Gettysburg explore the theatrical event as a complex unit - one that is founded in literary and historical roots, and then translated into performance through the work of playwrights, actors, directors, and designers.

The theatre curriculum includes:

-acting
-directing
-playwriting
-design
-history and literature of theatre
-the relationship of theatre to other aspects of culture and society

Theatre arts programs at Gettysburg also offer a variety of creative and technical experiences, from 10-Minute Play Festivals to Lunchtime Theatre, to participation in Main Stage Performances. What's more, the study of theatre arts offers excellent preparation for a variety of careers - both within and outside the discipline.

Art & Art History

The department of Art & Art History has the following mission:

to promote the creation and study of visual arts as a vital aspect of a liberal arts education
to study how and why works of art are made, and why art has played such a significant role in cultures and societies across time and space
to prepare majors as future artists or scholars in the fields of Studio Art or Art History as well as to position them to enhance any professional endeavor with intellectual curiosity and creativity
The department offers a flexible program of study in interrelated studio and art history courses, with potential majors in two areas, art history and studio art. The department encourages students from other disciplines than art to select courses from both areas.

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