Dec 03, 2023
This program will not be accepting new majors after August 31, 2022.
The B.A. in Studio Art is intended for students wishing for a broad exposure to studio art and art history in combination with studies in a minor area of concentration. Several minors work well as pre-professional tracks towards graduate education in such fields as: Art Therapy (Psychology), Arts Administration (Business), and Medical Illustration (Biology). Like all of the Design & Visual Art programs, it is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD).
The Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art is a liberal arts, undergraduate course of study and consists of 128 credit hours, 48 of which are in art history and studio art.
The B.A. in Studio Art requires students to earn a minor in another program in the College of Arts and Sciences or the The John E. Simon School of Business.
General Education Requirements
Skills for Literacy
- Literature or Foreign Language elective
- Philosophy elective
- Humanities elective (excludes coursework from Design and Visual Art subjects)
- Psychology elective
- History or Government elective
- Social Science elective
Natural Science & Quantitative Reasoning
- Science elective
- Science or Math elective
Liberal Arts Electives from College of Arts and Sciences
- 2 Liberal Arts electives from the College of Arts and Sciences
Design and Visual Art Foundation
(7 Experiences, 0 Credits)
Policies concerning all Design & Visual Art programs can be found here: Design & Visual Art
- 128 credit hours minimum (last 30 hours in residency)
- A minimum half the major credit hours in residency
- A minimum half the minor credit hours in residency
- 60 credit hours must be completed at a 4-year institution