Undergraduate Art students can major in either Studio Art or Art Education
From its creation to interpretation, art is a personal experience. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to personalizing your education process, too. Our bachelor of fine arts (B.F.A.) program offers a comprehensive understanding of studio art or art education, as well as art and art history minors.
Each studio class is taught by a professor who will support and guide you through the curriculum and facilities that house everything you need during the creative process. The resulting environment fosters your talents while teaching you something new every day.
This four-year program focuses on intensive work in art or design, balanced with general studies. While pursuing this visual arts degree, you’ll get a thorough, specialized training that develops the skills, concepts and sensitivities that are essential to a professional artist or designer career. Emphasis areas include:
As an art education major, which includes a K-12 certification in art, you’ll spend four and a half to five years preparing to teach at the primary or secondary level. At the same time, you’ll be trained as a visual artist in one of the studio emphasis areas listed above. This degree is offered in conjunction with the School of Education to ensure that you’re equally and comprehensively exposed to the academic and artistic components of the degree.