The College of Art and Design offers a diverse range of educational options in the fine 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 Arts in Art History, a 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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Bachelor of Fine Arts (4 years)
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Double Majors
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Minors
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)
Pre-college courses and residency
Assistant Professor of Animation and Motion Media
Professor, Chair of Animation and Motion Media
College of Art and Design
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About College of Art and Design
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Liberal Arts and General Education
Art History Minor
Book Art Minor
Digital Video Minor
Fine Arts Minor
Visual Narrative Minor
Animation and Motion Media Student Work
Design Student Work
Fine Arts Student Work
Foundation Student Work
Illustration Student Work
Photography Foundation Student Works
Photography Student Work
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