Undergraduate students interested in art history, studio art, and media art can pursue the Bachelor of Arts (BA) with a general major.
Students interested in teaching can earn the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Art Education. For practicing or aspiring artists, the BFA in Studio Art is available with more intense concentrations.
Graduate studies are designed to build upon a solid undergraduate education. Accepted students may pursue postbaccalaureate work in the same four general areas of study: art education, art history, media arts, and studio art. The Master of Arts is available in all four disciplines. Students interested in teaching can earn the Master of Arts in Teaching degree in art education. College graduates who already hold a professional certificate or who are academically certifiable by virtue of course work already completed can pursue the Interdisciplinary Master of Fine Arts degree with options.