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Integrated Studies

"Real world employers are looking for someone who has skills in multiple fields. As the job landscape has changed, CSU Pueblo has developed courses that will suit our needs in the workforce. By taking ARC110, I learned more about the different aspects of my own degree and how broadening my skillset can make me more valuable to prospective employers."

Zoe Schimke - Current Student

Art, Research and Creativity (ARC) courses are immersive, team taught, integrated and trans-formative learning experiences that target elements in multiple areas of study. The School of Creativity + Practice, has designed these courses to establish a foundation from which to grow.

Students from Media Communication, Music and Art & Creative Media will be exposed to a variety of concepts, ideas and frameworks that are fundamental to careers in creative industries.

Freshman begin semester one with ARC110. This foundation course introduces all SoCaP students to the concepts of Integrated Studies. It has been designed to build literacy across disciplines using sound principles; developing students toward a meaningful and significant discovery of their own creative voice.

"While I’m no artist or musician, ARC 110 really helped me explore different areas of study and get out of my comfort zone, on top of helping me prepare for my career! This was a really unique and enlightening experience and I highly recommend it!"

Michelle Wells - Current Student

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

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The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

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School of Creativity + Practice

Faculty and Staff

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