Carleton courses offer many opportunities to explore, create, interpret, and employ visual images, media, and models. You can find courses across the curriculum that will sharpen your abilities to communicate, make arguments, present ideas, conduct research, and otherwise use visual materials to express ideas and knowledge.
Art and Art History, Geology, and Cinema and Media Studies offer courses that are all (or virtually all) deeply engaged with the visual. Please check the department listings for the full range of these courses.
It is always a good idea to check with the individual professor about the visual content of any class: content and assignments vary and sometimes courses are offered by different professors who may or may not choose to highlight visual modes of thought and analysis.