Why study Integrative Arts?
Integrative Arts allows students to design their own multi-disciplinary major using the spectrum of courses offered at Abington. Integrative Arts appeals to self-motivated students who want to direct their own educational plan.
John Pachence, Program Coordinator for Performing Arts, at the helm of the legendary Trident A Range console at Cherokee Studios in Hollywood, California. Abington students enrolled in the Music Performance & Entrepreneurship curriculum receive the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to work in state-of-the-art studios like this.
Design a major that will help you achieve specialized training for a career of your choosing. Students formulate a theme they wish to explore by integrating one or more areas of the arts or art history with a cluster of courses from any other discipline (business, science, psychology, humanities, etc.).
We've provided some sample ideas, but this major allows you to blaze your own trail in the arts!
Let us know if you are interested in more information.