Department of Art

Studio Arts

Studio Art specializations include: Ceramics, Drawing, Metals/Jewelry, Oil Painting, Watercolor, Intaglio, Lithography, Silkscreen, and Sculpture.

There are two degrees available in the Studio Art areas:

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art - Art Studio Option is the degree for the professional artist and provides an in-depth, comprehensive and structured background in the fine arts. It allows the student to focus on their chosen studio area for the development of conceptual focus and exceptional technical proficiency. Tracks of studio specialization include: ceramics, drawing, metals/jewelry, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Students from this program are required to complete a BFA Senior Exhibition and graduate with a well-defined personal and professional portfolio.

Bachelor of Arts in Art - Art Studio Option is a broad, well-rounded liberal arts degree that is intended for students who desire an intensive studio art specialization with a more open educational program. The flexibility of this degree allows students to pursue fine arts alongside another field(s) of academic study. Students have the option to select a minor or a group of related courses with the assistance of their faculty advisor.