bachelor of fine arts

 

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree - The B.F.A. degree is for students seeking
a more pre-professional approach to their academic career. This degree offers either a
two-dimensional or three-dimensional emphasis. There will be no need for a minor to
graduate with this degree, but electives will be needed to meet the upper-division graduation requirement.


ART 1302 - Drawing I
ART 1304 - Painting I
ART 1305 - Sculpture I
ART 2303 - Design I
ART 2306 - Ceramics I
ART 2307 - Printmaking I
ART 2308 - Art History Survey I
ART 2309 - Art History Survey II
ART 2330 - Computer Graphic Design I
ART 2331 - Digital Photography
ART 3302 - Drawing II
ART 3303 - Design II
ART 4360 - Practicum


Plus 9 hours from the following:
ENGL 3320 - Foundations of Technical Communication

3 hours from:
ART 3311 - Contemporary Art History (recommended for those students
on a painting/drawing track)
ART 3331 - Graphic Design History (recommended for those students
on a graphic design track)

3 hours from:
MGMT 3304 - Principles of Management
MKTG 3312 - Principles of Marketing

 

B.F.A. in Two-Dimensional Studio Art - The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Two-
Dimensional Studio Art offers undergraduate level professional education in Painting,
Drawing, Graphic Design, Photography, Printmaking, and Commercial Illustration with
an emphasis on current technologies and aesthetic studies, preparing students for careers in art gallery management, graphic design studios, museum studies and education, teaching or production studio practices.
eighteen semester hours from:

ART 3304 - Painting II
ART 3307 - Printmaking II
ART 3308 - Individual Two-Dimensional Problems
ART 3312 - Watercolor
ART 3330 - Computer Graphic Design II
ART 3332 - Typography and Branding
ART 3300 - Intermediate Digital Photography
ART 4304 - Commercial Illustration
ART 4305 - Painting III
ART 4316 - Graphic Design Special Topic
ART 4361 - Graphic Design Internship
ART 4432 - Advanced Digital Photography

B.F.A. in Three-Dimensional Studio Art - The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree
in Three-Dimensional Studio Art offers undergraduate level professional education in
Ceramics, Sculpture, Metal and Jewelry Design with an emphasis on contemporary technical and aesthetic studies, preparing students for careers in production studios, independent teaching studios, foundries, jewelry design studios, and art gallery and museum education.
eighteen semester hours from:
ART 3301 - Three-Dimensional Design
ART 3305 - Sculpture II
ART 3306 - Ceramics II
ART 3309 - Individual Three-Dimensional Problems
ART 3314 - Metal and Jewelry Design I
ART 4306 - Ceramic Sculpture
ART 4307 - Metal Fabrication for Sculpture
ART 4314 - Metal and Jewelry Design II