Undergraduate Art

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Unique programs and outstanding faculty help you develop your craft while earning a professional degree.

Majors

Art Education

The BFA in Art Education is a four-year degree program that prepares students for K-12 certification to teach visual arts or other professional careers. This degree is offered in conjunction with the School of Education to ensure that students are equally and comprehensively exposed to the academic and artistic components of the degree. Students also focus on competency in one specialization. Specializations include: 

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Studio Art

The BFA in Studio Art is a four-year degree program focusing on intensive work in art or design, balanced with general studies and art history. Students receive specialized training to develop the skills, concepts and sensitivities that are essential to a professional artist or design career or graduate school. Students focus on competency in one specialization. Specializations include:

Four-Year Program Guides

Studio Art

Art Education

Minors

Art Certificates 

Art certificates offer a desirable educational add-on opportunity for art and non-art majors to enhance their degree. Certificates require 12 credit hours of studio concentration in specified coursework. Certificates are available in drawing, ceramics, graphic design, web design, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Students from a variety of majors can develop artistic skills that can make them stand out in the post-college marketplace.

Art in Health Certificate

The art in health certificate provides students with basic and advanced healthcare concepts, and students learn how the fine arts can crossover to help develop patient care tools to assist medical professionals in patient treatment. There are no prerequisites for the certificate. Classes include: 

  • ART 410: Arts in Health
  • ART 415: Populations and Ethics
  • ART 420: Materials Use and Safety
  • ART 425: Internship