The Department of Art & Art History offers a variety of degrees to meet the diverse needs of its student population. A major in art affords the following degree options:
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ART HISTORY
MINOR IN ART HISTORY
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN STUDIO ART
The Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (BASA) requires a minimum of 120 credit hours of course work. Students may study in the following concentrations or emphais areas: Book Arts, Ceramics, Drawing, Intermedia, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Independent Game Design, or Graphic Design. In addition, a concentration in Visual Technology is available through a cooperative program with Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and includes courses from MCC associate degree programs in Electronic Imaging and Media Arts, Graphic Communication Art and Design, Photography, or Video/Audio Communications Arts.
BASA with Concentration in Studio Arts
BASA with Concentrations in Independent Game Design
BASA with Concentration in Graphic Design
BASA with Concentration in Visual Technology
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN STUDIO ART WITH K-12 ENDORSEMENT
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS IN STUDIO ART
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio Art provides an extensive, well-rounded, performance-oriented background which prepares students for a professional life in fine arts and post graduate study. The degree requires a minimum of 120 credit hours of course work.
To obtain the BFA, students complete requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, apply and acheive candidacy in the BFA program, and complete additional course requirments. Please see the BFA Degree page for more information.
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need more information please contact:
Chantel Asselin Dunn