College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts
CARTA is where we help you begin to craft your vision. As an interdisciplinary college that develops the next generation of creators, we offer unique learning experiences within Miami’s only public research university. You can learn from and work with award-winning faculty, in nationally-ranked, accredited programs in the heart of one the country’s most vibrant, diverse, and creative cities.
Each of the disciplines housed in CARTA informs the way we think, interact, and relate with each other. These disciplines make us “human” in every sense of the word. CARTA inspires and feeds creativity, problem-solving skills, and resiliency. Sparking dialogue through our design, visual and performing arts, and communication. Devising ways to improve the world for the next generation.
We are your launching point to what’s next. From researching the impacts of climate change to augmented reality to immersive concert experiences and mesmerizing theater productions; From the seagrass to the sawgrass- our faculty will help you develop a meaningful future.
It’s your future: Create it.
Schools and Departments at CARTA
FIU Department of Landscape Architecture faculty member and Miami Beach Urban Studios researcher, Roberto Rovira, in partnership with Margi Glavovic of Glavovic Studio, debuted the new, renovated exterior of the Boca Raton Art Museum. Studio Rovira and Glavovic Studio were commissioned to undertake a $1.8 million renovation to [...]
Communication students were treated to a tightly packed tour of leading Washington, D.C. advertising and public relations agencies during a recent trip organized by Professor Hugo Ottolenghi, who teaches applied multimedia communication and public relations writing. Aaliyah Gordon, Justine Ortiz, Natalia Reynaldo, and Olga Kalinnikova jetted into D.C. and hit the ground running with [...]
Moses Shumow (PhD University of Miami) is an associate professor of Journalism and Media at Florida International University. He is co-author of “News, Neoliberalism, and Miami’s Fragmented Urban Space” (Lexington Books) on Miami’s racial, ethnic and class informational divide, and his research on media, geography, migration, race, and development has [...]