The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art is home to the performing arts programs at Catholic University. The school enables cross-disciplinary efforts for both students and faculty, and serves as an anchor to the University’s commitment to the arts. The dynamic programs within the school offer students a chance to develop their skills and talents while working closely with experienced and renowned faculty.

Elevate your academic journey this summer with our selection of popular courses. We offer a variety of classes designed to cater to your diverse interests and goals. Whether you're looking to accelerate your degree, explore new subjects, or catch up on prerequisites, our summer sessions courses are the perfect choice.

When applying, Summer Session applicants should choose that they are "Non-Degree Seeking," and complete the application. Enrolling in our summer courses is a straightforward process:

  • Browse our course catalog to discover the courses that align with your academic goals or explore our featured courses below.
  • Review course details, including professors, schedule, and modality.
  • Register for your chosen course(s) through our online portal.

Popular Music, Drama, and Art Courses


Participants in the summer program

Ward Method Pedagogy and Gregorian Chant Summer Practicum

The International Center for Ward Method Studies, which promotes the teaching and preservation of Gregorian Chant according to the principles and techniques of Dom André Mocquereau, hosts a summer program for music teachers and graduate students.  Dates: June 24 - June 28, 2024

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