The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Art with a field of specialization in Studio Art focuses on the development of students' personal artistic expression and technical skills in both traditional and experimental art techniques. In addition, students who have chosen to involve themselves in the pursuit of a BFA in Art with a field of specialization in Studio Art will gain an understanding of and appreciation for their artistic heritage while developing their awareness of the work of contemporary visual artists. University Core Curriculum requirements ensure that the graduates are instructed in a well-rounded course of academic study. This degree prepares students for careers in the studio arts as well as graduate study, specifically a Master of Fine Arts program.
Requirements for BFA in Studio Art
Students must complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, including the Art Foundations coursework, a 21-hour distribution of Studio Art disciplines, a 21-hour emphasis, 15 hours of Studio Art and Art History electives, a Senior Seminar, and the University Core Curriculum requirements for a BFA in the College of Visual & Performing Arts.