Degrees and Majors
Bachelor of Fine Arts
This professional Art degree is offered with the following areas of specialization:
Major: Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Metals, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture
The BFA graduation exhibition will be considered for outstanding art majors. Art students will be selected by the Art Faculty and given an opportunity to participate in the honors exhibition program during their senior year. For specific requirements, see the Art Department section of this catalog.
Minor: Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Metals, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture.
Bachelor of Music
Students may pursue this professional Music degree in one of three areas:
Bachelor of Social Work
- General Music--choral and instrumental (All-Levels Teaching Program)
- Performance--orchestra and band instruments, keyboard instruments, voice or ballet
- Theory and Composition
For specific requirements, see the Music Department section of this catalog.
The Social Work Program offers a major consistent with the beginning level of professional Social Work practice. The degree reflects a generalist Social Work orientation. Students who wish to earn the BSW degree must apply to and be accepted by the Social Work Program and must demonstrate academic and professional readiness to begin generalist Social Work practice. For specific requirements, see the Social Work section of this catalog.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
The Psychology Department and each department in the College of Science offer the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Psychology, subject to the BS degree plan listed in the College of Science section and the BS degree plan listed in the Psychology Department section.
Graduate degrees are offered in most Liberal Arts disciplines, including Art, Communication, English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Linguistics, Music, Political Science, Public Administration, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Teaching English, and Theatre Arts. Details of graduate programs are contained in the Graduate Studies Catalog and are available from individual departments and the Graduate School.