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The Lewis Center for the Arts is an academic unit made up of the programs in creative writing, dance, theater, music theater, and visual arts, as well as the Princeton Atelier. It is designed to embrace the arts as an essential part of the Princeton educational experience. Lewis Center courses are offered with the conviction that exposure to the arts, particularly to the experience of making art, helps each of us make sense of our lives and the lives of others with whom we share the planet.
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Faculty: Program in Theater
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Faculty: Program in Visual Arts
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The Program in Visual Arts, part of the Lewis Center for the Arts, allows undergraduates to explore visual art and media while developing their creative skills under the aegis of a liberal arts education. Courses are offered in drawing, filmmaking, graphic design, media, painting, photography, and sculpture. Studio courses emphasize direct, hands-on art making under the guidance of practicing visual arts professionals.
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Faculty: School of Engineering and Applied Science
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The undergraduate educational mission of the School of Engineering and Applied Science of Princeton University is to educate future leaders in engineering practice, research and education, business and finance, public service, and other professions. Students learn fundamental engineering principles and how to apply them to real-world problems whose solutions require an interdisciplinary perspective. Princeton offers its students a liberal education and encourages them to take advantage of its outstanding resources and facilities.
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Faculty: Program in Engineering and Management Systems
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The certificate Program in Engineering and Management Systems (EMS) provides students with tools for the complex decision-making problems that arise in engineering, the sciences, and management. It is aimed at three types of students:
1. Engineering students interested in preparing for careers in management or consulting
2. Students in the liberal arts looking to acquire the analytic tools typically used for careers in corporate or government settings
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Faculty: Department of English
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