As a top tier art program housed in a major research I university, the Department of Art is able to offer an exceptional range of opportunities for undergraduates typically not available at smaller institutions. In addition to an interdisciplinary curriculum, the Department offers studies in ceramics, design, digital and electronic art, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, and photography. Course selection encompasses history, theory, and practice. Each degree program mandates specific entry requirements, a certain sequence of courses, and graduation requirements. Information on each program beyond that explained in this General Bulletin is available through the Department of Art academic advisor.
Interested in taking a class with us but not part of the Department of Art? View more information for non-majors here!