% Non-Majors in Miami Performing Groups

Eighty five percent in Glee Club, seventy five percent in collegiate chorale, and eighty five to ninety percent in choraliers.

College of Creative Arts

More than 70%

of students in the College of Creative Arts study abroad. CCA offers programs in Ghana, Paris, Prague, London, and more.

Learn to take the Stage.

What happens when you bounce between Shakespearean
theatre and musical comedy? For one thing, you learn to
adapt quickly and enjoy the excitement along the way.

The College of
Creative Arts offers

14 majors &
22 minors

College of
Creative Arts Majors

  • Architecture
  • Art and Architecture History
  • Art Education (Pre K–12)
  • Art Therapy*
  • Arts Management*
  • Fashion*
  • Communication Design (Formerly Graphic Design)
  • Interactive Media Studies
  • Interior Design
  • Music
  • Music Composition
  • Music Education (Pre K–12)
  • Music Performance (2 concentrations):
    • Instrumental
    • Voice
  • Studio Art (6 concentrations):
    • Ceramics
    • Metals
    • Painting
    • Photography
    • Printmaking
    • Sculpture
  • Theatre

–As of Fall 2019

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Learn totake the stage.

Animaesh Manglik ’18

Music Performance Major
Arts Management; Ethics, Society, and Culture Minors

Animaesh Manglik chose Miami for its combination of the outstanding music program and the well-rounded college experience it offered. As a high school student, he knew he wanted to go to music school but didn’t want to attend a conservatory. Animaesh wanted a broader college experience in which he could expand his interests beyond music and have more opportunities to get involved.

That is exactly what Animaesh achieved by choosing Miami. In addition to his major in Music Performance, he is pursuing minors in both Arts Management and Ethics. While Animaesh dreams of a performance career, he has also entertained the idea of attending law school with a focus in corporate or entertainment law.

In his spare time, Animaesh enjoys singing in the Men’s Glee Club and serves as the director for Soul2Soul, one of several a capella groups at Miami. He never thought he would enjoy teaching music, but his role as director of Soul2Soul has opened his eyes to new avenues for sharing it with others. He is also a member of the Phi Kappa Pi social fraternity.

illustration of two theatre masks
Animaesh Manglik performing in a group of acapella singers. Animaesh Manglik performing on stage, wearing a tuxedo