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At UHart, you will be joining a dynamic community with diverse backgrounds, interests and perspectives. Beyond just landing a job after graduation, we empower you to rise quickly in your field.
UHart faculty practice what they teach — as artists, researchers, entrepreneurs, scientists and downright brilliant scholars. Your classmates may be future engineers, teachers, architects or Broadway actors. Whatever your path, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.
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Home for Innovation. Room to Grow. UHart is unveiling plans for a new academic building, the Hursey Center, that will transform the campus and meet the needs of high-caliber, dedicated, and deserving students for years to come.
UHart proudly announces the arrival of its aerospace engineering program, beginning Fall 2021. Students pursuing the new program will develop in-demand skills in the fundamental science and technologies to create, develop, and improve aircraft and spacecraft.
New for Fall 2021, the BFA in stage management and BFA in technical theatre are programs designed to prepare you for all aspects of the industry! Affiliated with Hartt’s renowned music theatre and actor training programs, which have long-established relationships with industry professionals, you will receive the hands-on learning that will prepare you for a successful career!
UHart is excited to announce our new Occupational Therapy (OT) program starting in Fall 2021. Our five-year combined BS/MSOT program will prepare students for rewarding, in-demand careers.
We are excited to announce that we are offering modified campus tours. Adhering to all necessary safety precautions and social distancing guidelines, all guests will be required to wear a mask and groups will be limited to no more than 10-12 guests per group.
Joshua Marcial ’21 recently completed a communication internship with UHart’s College of Arts and Sciences that will help him achieve his career goal of working in corporate communications. A communication major with an emphasis in media & journalism, Joshua’s internship with the College focused on writing stories about successful A&S students, alumni, and faculty. Prior to that experience, he worked as an intern for Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury (NHSW), which he says helped him learn how vital a role communication plays in the success of an organization.
I thought about other schools, but when I saw the School of Communication and the television studio during an open house tour, I knew this would be home for me.