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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art, B.F.A.

The B.F.A. degree prepares students to become professional artists, engage in professions in the arts or continue studies at the graduate level. The division offers instruction in an integrated studio environment in the following media: ceramics, digital/hybrid media, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. There is also scope for the study of performance in art and for work in courses that focus on art and engagement with the city. Cross-disciplinary interaction is encouraged at every level. Students may declare the B.F.A. degree in art upon the completion of ASAG 1300 , ASAG 1304  in fall and ASAG 1308 , ASAG 1312  in spring.

To earn a B.F.A., the student is required to take a minimum of 66 hours in the Division of Art and nine to 12 hours in the Division of Art History. 

Requirements for the Degree

University-wide Requirements (Varies)

Advanced Art Studies (24 Credit Hours)

Division of Art courses at the 3000 level or higher

Additional Art Studies (15 Credit Hours)

Division of Art courses at any level

Art History (12 Credit Hours)

No more than 6 hours at the 1000 level. ASAG 3350  may substitute for one 3000-level ARHS course. Approved courses in visual culture studies from other divisions may substitute.

Free Electives

Hours vary as needed to meet University residency and degree requirements.

Total: 122 Credit Hours