Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) - Studio Art
You will be introduced to a range of possibilities in terms of forming and firing technologies.
The painting and drawing program is engaged in providing the technical and conceptual framework for artists interested in examining content through two-dimensional processes.
The Photography area offers a range of studio courses in darkroom and digital photography that focus on technical, conceptual and aesthetic aspects of the medium as well as photography theory, history, criticism and contemporary practice.
The printmaking program seeks to present the creative potential inherent in all the various print media, including intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, and relief, as well as non-toxic techniques, new technologies, book arts and alternative presentations, and to help expand definitions of the print.
Through a diversity of materials, philosophies and solutions, you will be encouraged to mine the boundaries of your potential, challenge the notions of contemporary art and be a creative force in the evolution of our culture.
- Studio Artist
- Arts Administrator
- Art Instructor
- Gallery Manager
- Museum Worker
- Restoration Specialist
- Web Designer
Application to this program
Select "Art" as your major on the undergraduate application if you want to primarily study any of the following:
Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, or a combination of two or more of the studio areas above.
Visit the Office of Admissions website for additional details.