Bachelor Degree in Arts in Indiana in USA

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Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

Ranked as the 16th largest state in regards to population, Indiana has been nicknamed the “Hoosier State.” The dynamic economy of the state is well balanced with numerous higher learning institution ranked highly worldwide. The state is home to Purdue University-West Lafayette among others offering quality programs acknowledged worldwide.

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Bachelor in Graphic Design

Marian University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Indianapolis

Visual and Creative Arts majors in graphic design receive instruction in the foundations of studio art. Building upon this foundation, students engage in specialized studies in print and digital media grounded in an understanding of the social impact of the arts. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Indiana in USA. Bachelor in Graphic Design Visual and Creative Arts majors in graphic design receive instruction in the foundations of studio art. Building upon this foundation, students engage in specialized studies in print and digital media grounded in an understanding of the social impact of the arts. The program is designed to prepare students for entry into either graduate school or a position in the profession. For qualified students, internships are arranged during the senior year. Graphic design students work in a stat-of-the-art computer design studio dedicated solely to the department. Requirements Major for Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) in Visual Creative Arts: Graphic Design All Visual and Creative Arts majors experience a set of core courses that provide the foundations of visual understanding and the creative impulse. The core courses include: ARH 240, ART 110, ART 120, and ART 255. VCA majors can then choose from four programs within the Department of Visual and Creative Arts. These four programs include art history, documentary studies, graphic design, and studio art (with or without a concentration in art therapy). The graphic design program requires 33 credits including ART 206, ART 226, ART 229, ART 326, ART 327, ART 426, ART 427, ART 490, ART 491, and three credits of a studio arts course. The program is completed with six hours of 300-level ARH courses. Students enter the department as B.A. visual and creative arts majors. There is a portfolio review after the completion of 110, 120, 206, and two graphic design courses. The average GPA for the above listed courses must be a “B” or better along with a favorable review rating in order to be accepted into the graphic design program. Only students accepted into the program are eligible for the ART 460 Art Internship. Minor in Graphic Design 22 credits minimum in art and art history including ART 110, 120, 206, 229, ARH 240, and two additional art courses from 226, 255, 326, 327, 329, or 380 on a graphic design topic. Accredited Off-Campus Courses Marian University Visual and Creative Arts majors may take up to 12 credits of pre-approved activities courses at the Indianapolis Art Center for application to their degree at Marian University. These are courses not normally offered at Marian University. [-]

BFA Studio Art

Saint Mary's College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Notre Dame

As a Saint Mary’s art student, you will develop an impressive portfolio and exhibit your work every semester in The Moreau Center for the Arts. You’ll work closely with accomplished professors who exhibit regionally, nationally, and internationally and explore new developments in art and a wide range of media and techniques. The art program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD)... [+]

BFA Studio Art As a Saint Mary’s art student, you will develop an impressive portfolio and exhibit your work every semester in The Moreau Center for the Arts. You’ll work closely with accomplished professors who exhibit regionally, nationally, and internationally and explore new developments in art and a wide range of media and techniques. The art program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). "Saint Mary's as a whole, but especially the art department, was such a supportive place, both through professors and fellow students. I have made lifelong friends and memories and will never forget the morals, education, and confidence that Saint Mary's instilled in me." —Lauren Magnifico '06 Degrees When you major in Studio Art at Saint Mary's College you can choose from two degrees. The Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) is the professional degree in Studio Art and the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) is the liberal arts degree in Studio or Art History. B.A. students can complete requirements in Education to teach art in grades P-12. Areas of Emphasis As a B.A. or B.F.A. major concentrating in studio art, develop expertise as you specialize in one of the following areas: ceramics, fibers, new media art, painting, photo media, printmaking, or sculpture. Portfolio reviews Each semester you will present your current studio work in the galleries for assessment by the art faculty. This process helps to ensure you’re progressing through the program and reaching your artistic potential. Writing in the major Learn to effectively communicate with a variety of audiences and distinguish yourself as a skilled writer through your advanced writing portfolio. You will submit four writing samples that include items such as an artist’s statement, research paper, grant proposal, or exhibition review. Senior comprehensive If you are a senior B.F.A. and B.A. student with a concentration in studio you will exhibit studio work that demonstrates your artistic development at Saint Mary’s. This final, comprehensive project must be original, conceptually and aesthetically sound, and completed in an area of emphasis (four or more courses taken in that area). This important portfolio helps students gain employment, exhibition opportunities, and acceptance to graduate schools. Hands-on Learning At Saint Mary’s, besides immersing yourself in the studios to work, you’ll enjoy great opportunities outside of class with internships, some sponsored by INC@SMC grants. Students have obtained summer residencies at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, MTV-Viacom, and Jonquil Design Associates in Knox, Indiana. Careers Prepare for a future that ranges from working as an art consultant to an art teacher, curator, museum educator, designer, art therapist, photographer, media advisor, production assistant, or sales manager. Many art graduates continue their graduate studies with top art programs across the nation. Visit the Career Crossings Office website to explore many great career opportunities for Saint Mary’s graduates. Requirements - Studio Art Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.), Major in Art (78 hours) ART 101 Drawing I ART 102 Drawing II ART 103 2D Design ART 104 3D Design ART 241 and 242 Art History Survey I and II (or ART 251RM and 252R Italian Art History I and II abroad in Rome) ART 495 Senior Comprehensive in Studio Art (in area of emphasis) 45 additional hours in studio classes Six hours of upper-level art history Six hours in correlate courses (from an approved list of art-related courses) Participation in portfolio reviews every semester is also required, and you need to maintain an avaerage 3.0 GPA in all art courses. Art majors concentrating in Studio Art must complete four courses (12 hours) in an area of emphasis chosen in consultation with her advisor in the Art Department. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Major in Art--Concentration in Studio Art (42 hours) ART 101 Drawing I ART 102 Drawing II ART 103 2D Design ART 104 3D Design ART 241 and 242 Art History Survey I and II (or ART 251RM and 252R Italian Art History I and II abroad in Rome) ART 495 Senior Comprehensive in Studio Art (in area of emphasis) 18 additional hours in studio classes Three hours of upper-level art history Participation in portfolio reviews every semester is also required. Art majors concentrating in Studio Art must complete four courses (12 hours) in an area of emphasis chosen in consultation with her advisor in the Art Department. [-]