Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Degree Concentrations: Art History; Studio Art
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a traditional liberal arts degree program designed to expand students' art experiences within the larger context of the humanities. BA Studio Art or Art History majors complete the core curriculum, art foundations program courses and an array of studio and art history courses appropriate to their major. Additionally, BA Studio Art or Art History majors develop a minor in a related field of interest, and complete the intermediate level study of a foreign language. The Bachelor of Arts degree provides an excellent foundation for careers in arts administration, gallery management, and art history, as well as preparation for advanced study in graduate programs.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Degree Concentrations: 3D Studio, 2D Studio, Graphic Design
The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Art Major requires an exploration of various 2D and 3D media, art history courses, and a concentration in one studio discipline. In all their coursework, BFA students are exposed to, and assessed upon, their knowledge and integration of studio production, art history, art criticism and theory, and aesthetics. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree provides an excellent foundation for a career as a professional artist/designer as well as preparation for those pursuing graduate degrees
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Degree Concentration: Graphic Communications Management (GCM)
The Graphic Communications Management major supports the human resource development needs of the graphic communications fields. This major offers students an opportunity to develop skills and knowledge that will prepare them for entry-level management positions. Students will develop planning and organizational skills as well as decision-making capabilities. Students will also refine technical abilities through the application of tools, materials, and processes used in various graphic media systems. Laboratory experiences will reinforce communications, math, science, and technical concepts while challenging students' problem-solving abilities.