The Department offers two undergraduate degrees in the visual arts: the Bachelor of Arts (BA) and the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). Students may declare the Art major or minor with a concentration in any of the following areas: Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Metals, Painting, Printmaking and Sculpture.

Students may also choose to declare the major or minor in Art History. The minor is available to both Art majors and non-Art majors (BFA students may be considered with the approval of the Department Chair).

In addition, the Department offers a BA in Art Education with All-Levels Teacher Certification, which prepares students for a career in primary or secondary education.

Students may earn an Exhibition Practices Certificate by completing three classes with a minimum grade of B: Art 3306, Art 3308 and Art 3309. This certificate is a tool for helping graduates attain entry-level employment in an art museum or gallery.

Click Below to view and download Bachelor of Arts Degree Plans. 
BA Degree in Art
BA Degree in Art Education 
BA Degree in Art History

Click Below to view and download Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Plans. 
BFA Degree in Ceramics
BFA Degree in Drawing
BFA Degree in Graphic Design
BFA Degree in Metals
BFA Degree in Painting
BFA Degree in Printmaking
BFA Degree in Sculpture