DoART Degree Plans
|The Department offers two undergraduate degrees in the visual arts: the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). Students may declare the Art major or minor with a concentration in any of the following areas: Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Metals, Painting, Printmaking and Sculpture.
Students may also choose to declare the major or minor in Art History. The minor is available to both Art majors and non-Art majors (BFA students may be considered with the approval of the Department Chair).
In addition, the Department offers a BA in Art Education with All-Levels Teacher Certification, which prepares students for a career in primary or secondary education.
Students may earn an Exhibition Practices Certificate by completing three classes with a minimum grade of B: Art 3306, Art 3308 and Art 3309. This certificate is a tool for helping graduates attain entry-level employment in an art museum or gallery.
|Click Below to view and download Bachelor of Arts Degree Plans.|
|BA Degree in Art|
|BA Degree in Art Education|
|BA Degree in Art History
|Click Below to view and download Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Plans.|
|BFA Degree in Ceramics|
|BFA Degree in Drawing|
|BFA Degree in Graphic Design|
|BFA Degree in Metals|
|BFA Degree in Painting|
|BFA Degree in Printmaking|
|BFA Degree in Sculpture|