The Art Department offers two Bachelor of Fine Art undergraduate degree programs in studio arts and in graphic design. The department also offers a Bachelor of Art degree in General Arts and in Visual Arts Teaching.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts or BFA, which requires 105 - 107 credits, provides more breadth and depth in art than the Bachelor of Arts or BA, which requires 90 credits. The BFA is considered the degree for professional preparation in the arts; however, the BA degree provides a solid art foundation for a career that may include the combination of another area of interest such as Visual Arts Teaching or as preparation for graduate study in a related area. To discuss degree options, contact your advisor, an art faculty member, or the Department chair.
One of the first and only galleries devoted solely to student artwork in Washington, Gallery 231 at2013 Senior Art Exhibition
Monday, May 20th – 5 pm – 2013 Senior Art Exhibition - a group exhibit including the work of 9 gMFA Thesis Exhibition: Naomi Faith
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Naomi FaithMay 21—June 7, 2013 Reception, Friday, May 24, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Je