Arts and Culture


College of Fine Arts and Communication


Playing the Trombone  

The College of Fine Arts and Communication comprises the departments of art + design, art history, art education; dance; electronic media and film; mass communication and communication studies; music; and theatre arts. The Center for the Arts is the headquarters for the college. Through classroom and experiential preparation, our programs prepare graduates for exciting careers and graduate study. We offer a broad liberal education, along with specialized professional training, that enables students to develop creative and analytical abilities that can be tailored to their future aspirations.

College of Liberal Arts

  A Globe in a Classroom


The College of Liberal Arts is the largest of the academic colleges at Towson, with undergraduate programs in anthropology, cultural studies, criminal justice, English, environmental studies, family studies, foreign languages,geography and environmental planning, history, interdisciplinary studies, international studies, law and American civilization, metropolitan studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, religious studies, social sciences, sociology, and women's and gender studies. The college offers graduate programs in child life administration and family collaboration, geography and environmental planning, human resource development, humanities, Jewish communal services, Jewish studies, professional studies, professional writing, psychology, social science and women's and gender studies. Certificate programs are also available.

More than 2,500 undergraduates major in programs in the College of Liberal Arts. Our recent graduates have launched successful careers in such diverse fields as journalism, law, counseling, urban planning, criminal justice, publishing, teaching, management, international relations and business.



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