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Department of Art Academics + Programs

Academics + Programs

Department of Art Academics + Programs

Art-BA

Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts in Art students pursue a well-rounded liberal-arts program of study, and elect a second area of study (for example, marketing, journalism, or public relations) to develop alternate career options.

Art-BFA

Bachelor of Fine Arts

This program of studies is designed to prepare students to work professionally in an art field or to study at the advanced level at a graduate or professional school. Students complete coursework focused on a concentrated subject area. We offer BFA concentrations in the following studio areas: Ceramics, Engraving Arts, Glass, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture.

Ceramics-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in ceramics.

Engraving-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in engraving.

Glass Forming-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in glass forming.

Graphic Design-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in graphic design.

Painting-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in painting.

Photography-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in photography.

Sculpture-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in sculpture.

Printmaking-Art

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration

Art major with a concentration in printmaking.

Art Education (Grades PreK-12)

Bachelor of Science in Education

The Bachelor of Science in Education degree in art education prepares students to teach in all PreK-12 grades.

Pre-Art Therapy

Pre Professional Program

Art major with pre-art therapy advising track.

Art-Minor

Minor

This 18 hour program of studies offered by the Department of Art is designed to enhance a baccalaureate degree program, preparing students to work professionally in a field that may benefit from expanded study in the visual arts. Students may complete course work focused on a concentrated subject area.

Art History

Minor

The minor in art is an enrichment program for students desiring recognition of accomplishments in the visual arts without the commitment required for a major in art.