The College of Creative Arts prepares students for global engagement as practitioners, educators, creators, advocates and patrons of the arts. We foster the development of professional skills and intellectual growth necessary for the pursuit of creative and scholarly inquiry by extending artistic traditions, while embracing a culture of innovation and change.

The Arts and Business

Our cross-disciplinary Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) offers undergraduate and graduate programs that explore technology, design, and business.

The Arts Management & Entrepreneurship Program at Miami University prepares future artists and arts leaders by providing the necessary skills for connecting artistry, arts management, and arts entrepreneurship across disciplines.

The Fashion Program emphasizes creativity and experimentation, while offering students the opportunity to develop a broad set of basic skills in design language, technical skills, and fashion business.

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Come Play With Us

The College of Creative Arts (CCA) and its related student organizations provide a variety of opportunities for students of ALL MAJORS to participate in an art-related class or activity. So channel your creative side and Come Play With Us!.

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Take Note!

Need to request a seat in CCA 111 for Spring 2019?

CCA 111—as well as all Art, IMS, Music and Theatre courses—is part of the Registration Override Request (ROR) pilot for Spring 2019 registration. Force add requests for CCA 111 can now be submitted from the course list!

About the ROR pilot »

National Recognition

More than 70 percent of CCA students study abroad

Number 3 for Undergraduate Teaching Nationwide. U.S. News and World Report 2019

Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018 recognizes Miami as a public university strong in architecture and interior design

Miami University's reputation attracts 4 times as many employers to conduct on-campus interviews as compared to peer institutions

Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018 recognizes Miami as a Major University strong in music

97.3 percent of 2016-17 graduates were employed or furthering their education by Fall of 2017. Based on research, surveys and national data of 81.2 percent of 2016-17 graduates.

Per U.S. News and World Report, Number 1 Public Undergraduate Teaching Nationwide 2018