FAST FACTS ›
- The Brooks Center serves as a professional roadhouse, recital hall, classroom and laboratory — all rolled into one beautiful performing arts venue.
- Clemson’s performing arts faculty are nationally recognized for their work and deeply involved in their professional fields.
- Regardless of whether your focus is music, theatre or audio technology, you’ll study and gain experience in all three areas.
- A degree in production studies in performing arts will prepare you for a career in many aspects of the arts, from behind the scenes to center stage.
Whether you have recently discovered your talent, your voice, your ear — or whether it’s been your lifelong ambition to be involved with the performing arts — you will find your spot here at Clemson. Your course of study, practice and professional training will offer you the time and opportunity to explore your path, whether it’s on stage, behind the scenes, teaching or administration. As a performing arts major, you’ll receive the expert instruction and training you need to move ahead in your career. And you’ll have ample opportunity to engage directly in your art. Get out of your comfort zone and push your limits as part of Clemson’s tightly knit community of professors, students and professional staff.