Students pursuing degrees in studio art have many options once they graduate, but most seek careers as professional artists or designers.
Undergraduate: B.A. and B.F.A.
The Bachelor of Arts degree provides a well-rounded liberal arts education along with an art major. The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art is geared toward students serious about becoming professional artists or pursuing graduate-level study. The B.F.A. offers options in graphic design, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, painting, 3-D studies and photography.
Graduate: M.A. and M.F.A.
The Master of Arts degree allows students to create their own works of art and broaden their knowledge of art, ceramics, painting, 3-D studies, and photography. Completion of the Master of Fine Arts affirms a candidate's mastery in studio production. M.A. and M.F.A. students are offered Studio Art degrees with the following emphasis: 3-D studies, ceramics, drawing, painting, photography and printmaking.
The Graduate programs currently do not offer an emphasis in graphic design.