The fine arts program is designed to develop the student of art into a professional working artist or designer. With the degree, depending on the student's area of emphasis, the student may pursue a career I areas such as painting, sculpture, pottery or illustration.
The student's education is founded on a wide range of study, including studio drawing, painting, art history, visual aesthetics, design and color theory. They may also elect courses in, among others, printmaking, ceramics, weaving, computer graphics, watercolor and art history. Two of our bachelor of fine arts degrees, one in three-dimensional work and the other in painting, afford the students opportunity to do advanced preparation for their career or graduate school.