The College of Art and Design offers a diverse range of educational programs in the visual and media arts depending upon your goals, schedule, and interests.
The College of Art and Design grants fully accredited Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in several areas of study, a Bachelor of Science in Design for User Experience, a Bachelor of Arts in Art History, two-year Advanced Professional Certificate, and two Master of Fine Arts degrees. You can also take an individual course or workshop. If you are a high school student, our popular pre-college program can enhance your portfolio and your chance of admission as well as your qualification for scholarships.
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Get a BFA and Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher of Visual Art in one accelerated program.
BFA/Master of Education, dual degree (5.5 years)
Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts, low residency (2 years) Master of Fine Arts in Photography, full residency (2 years)
Advanced Professional Certificate (2 years)
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Sunday, October 30, 20169:00 am–2:00 pmCome see what college life is like here, and find out about our bachelor's degree programs. Learn more and RSVP today.
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September 10 - November 19, 2016
A new adventure for two members of the MFA Photography program:Alicia Turbitt and Cotton Miller'13 found themselves teaching photography workshops in the small barrio of Sonrisa de Dios, Nicaragua.