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BA IN ART

The BA in Art is a comprehensive liberal arts degree with a grounding in the humanities and sciences. Students in the BA in Art program concentrate in Studio Art or Art History.

CONCENTRATION IN STUDIO ART

The Studio Art concentration combines a general arts education with the development of studio skills. Coursework is done in Art History and Studio Art. The concentration is flexible to allow students to focus on one area or explore a broad range of courses. Learn more about a Concentration in Studio Art


CONCENTRATION IN ART HISTORY

The Art History Concentration is an academic liberal arts program with emphasis on the visual rather than the verbal tradition. With its focus on critical thinking, visual and textual analysis, writing and research, the BA Art History provides a solid intellectual foundation and prepares students for a number of graduate programs beyond art history, including archeology, journalism, history, cultural studies, anthropology, even law. Learn more about a Concentration in Art History


CONCENTRATION IN ARTS ADMINISTRATION

The Bachelor of Arts in Arts Administration is an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree, combining leadership and management theory and training within a cultural and creative arts context. Intended to be pursued in conjunction with creative studies within home disciplines, this BA degree is ideal for students pursuing leadership and administrative roles within arts and cultural organizations across all major sectors and works well as a second major with other BA degrees in creative disciplines. Learn more about Arts Administration.


AFFILIATED MINORS

The School of Art faculty have developed two unique and dynamic minors that support and expand upon your Major Degree. Each Minor provides various experiences that develop professional skillsets for a range of creative fields from arts leadership, entrepreneurship, social justice initiatives, and community activism, and contemporary art practices.  Learn more about a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Art and Social Practice or Art Administration