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Not a Major in Art and Art History?

It's the right brain - left brain thing!

Harvard Medical School, MIT, and Johns Hopkins Medical School have recognized the importance of training in the visual arts.  Professionals who rely on left brain analytical skills still need to exercise their intuitive perception right brain to do a complete analysis.  Harvard Medical School has introduced courses to develop stronger visual skills.  Studies show the same beneficial effects for studio art or art history.  In either case, you will improve your powers of perception and visual memory.

Guess what?  The Undergraduate Program beat the Ivies and MIT.  The GER 6: Creative and Performing Arts requirement is designed to get the whole brain working. 

Continue the process.  Take studio art or art history – get your brain working on all cylinders.