The Department of Art and Art History’s art studio program includes painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, film and video, digital art and design, and photography. Students work in various media to develop technical skills and to provide opportunities for creative expression, as well as hands-on practical experience working closely with artists and instructors in classroom settings and one-to-one exchanges.
All art studio majors in the B.A. and B.F.A. programs are required to take three foundation art courses:
These courses are also offered for general education credit in Fine Arts.
The B.A. in art studio requires from 36 to 51 art credits in art and art history of the 120 credits to graduate. This program allows students majoring in art studio or art history to have double majors, minors, or areas of concentration in subjects of interest such as education, languages, psychology, textiles, fashion, merchandising, journalism, communications, or computer science.