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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art

  • Overview
  • General Education Curriculum
  • Art Course
    Curriculum
Maracas cast design by Jackie Moreno Early
Maracas
student metalcasting by Jackie Moreno Early

 

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art is a highly competitive professional degree program. The BFA prepares students for a variety of art and art related careers or graduate school by providing a thorough grounding in fundamental principles and techniques with opportunities for emphasis in one or more fine arts areas. This degree focuses on intensive work in art or design supported by a program of general studies. The BFA degree offers a concentration in the following 6 areas:

  • Ceramics
  • Graphic Communication
  • Painting and Drawing
  • Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Sculpture

All art and art education majors are required to take lower-division major requirements in art and art history before taking upper-division art or art education courses. ART 2990, Professional Practices & Portfolio Review, is required of all BFA art majors before submitting a portfolio for acceptance into a specific concentration area.

More information:
Semester schedules of art classes are available at the Registrar's Web Page.
Course requirements are also available online in the KSU Undergraduate Catalog.

Advisement worksheets:

Printable BFA Advising Checksheet (Enacted Fall, 2013)  (562 KB PDF download)

General Education Requirements

42 credits | Printable Version | Official KSU Catalog

 

General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements

 

Art Requirements

78 credits | Printable Version | Official KSU Catalog

Art Curriculum Requirements

General Education Requirements

 


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