Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts in North America

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A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

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Bachelor in Musical Theatre

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

Our B.F.A. in Musical Theatre features an intense, specialized and synchronized curriculum. [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. William Peace Theatre empowers students to pursue careers in the fine arts as independent, self-assessing artists. Our B.F.A. in Musical Theatre features intense, specialized and synchronized curriculums. These programs were designed in accordance with the guidelines and standards established by NAST and ATHE to insure the best possible career training and success. Musical Theatre majors develop strong singing, dancing and acting skills needed to make a mark on the professional and wonderful world of theatre. Students build vocal technique, repertoire and musicianship through private lessons focused specifically on current musical theatre style. Both the B.A. in Theatre and the B.F.A. in Musical Theatre are taught within Theatre Department. This powerful synergy offers students specialized and focused training they need without bouncing between two different programs. Our teachers have vast professional and academic experience and continue to work in the professional theatre. Students benefit from decades' of professional relationships with theatres, directors, casting agencies, agents, voice teachers, coaches, choreographers and directors in places like London, New York and Las Vegas. Our productions and students have been nominated for various awards over the years, including: Top Ten List by Spectator Magazine, multiple Raleigh News & Observer Top Ten Lists, Best Comic Actress by Roberts Reviews, consistently ranked and reviewed by the Independent Weekly. Additionally, we have been awarded countless grants to write and produce original pieces, including: Dreaming in Color written by students and alumni in conjunction with playwright Barbara Lebow; adaptation for the stage of Charles Dickens Dombey and Son by Dickens scholar Elliot Engel; Better Late Than Ever; On the Other Side; Far and True; Tartuffe, the Rock Musical. Students have gone on to New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, Wilmington and other cities to pursue professional careers in theatre, film and television. WPU alumni have also gone on to study at schools like The Juilliard School, Harvard, American Academy of Dramatic Art and Virginia Commonwealth. WPU students are fully prepared for graduate school or to step directly into the professional arena of theatre and musical theatre when they graduate. We will help you develop the tools, skills and connections you need to succeed. When you graduate, you will be a confident, marketable, self-assessing artist and be fully prepared to go to graduate school or to step directly into the professional arena and the exciting world of theatre. Courses Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre Liberal Education Curriculum 49 credit hours Theatre Core Courses 33 credit hours Dance Core Courses 16 credit hours Music Core Courses 22 credit hours Total credit hours for the B.F.A. in Musical Theatre 120 credit hours Careers Musical Theatre majors develop strong singing, dancing and acting skills needed to make a mark on the professional and wonderful world of theatre. Students build vocal technique, repertoire and musicianship through private lessons focused specifically on current musical theatre style. They also gain valuable experience through classroom study and traveling to see performances in new and innovative ways that reflect the latest and best in theatre practice and theory. Musical Theatre majors perform in William Peace Theatre productions throughout their careers as students. [-]

Bachelor (BFA) in Film

Brooks Institute
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Ventura

The mission of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Program is to provide a deeply immersive, experiential learning environment that promotes creative expression, best practices, and collaboration as students prepare for a variety of career paths in motion picture production for traditional and emerging media markets. [+]

The mission of the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Program is to provide a deeply immersive, experiential learning environment that promotes creative expression, best practices, and collaboration as students prepare for a variety of career paths in motion picture production for traditional and emerging media markets. The 120 semester credit Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film program builds knowledge of the craft of film through a series of core courses culminating in a production workshop and portfolio experience. The program consists of 66 semester credits that cover a variety of aspects of film production including narrative and commercial filmmaking and screenwriting. In addition, students take 45 semester credits in general education and 9 semester credits in business courses designed to support their professional goals as filmmakers and broaden their understanding and experience of other subject areas. Core Courses Core courses include: Visual Design and Media Film Language History of Film Production Workshop I Audio Foundations Lighting Theory Digital Production Screenwriting I Directing I Cinematography I Editing I Production Workshop II Production Design New Media Capstone Elective Options Among these elective course options are: Producing Practices Motion Picture Development Cinematography II Directing the Actor Advanced Editing Digital Post-Production Sound Design Feature Screenwriting I Feature Screenwriting II Writing the Television Drama Writing the Television Comedy Master Seminar Marketing Media Commercial Production Music Video Production Cinematography Portfolio Narrative Portfolio Pre-Production Narrative Portfolio Production Narrative Portfolio Post Productions Artist in Residence Industry Internships Program Objectives Upon the completion of the Film Program students should be able to: Graduating students should be equipped to: Apply film aesthetics in a specific filmmaking discipline. (Visual Literacy, Problem Solver) Analyze the global context of media production and distribution. (Problem Solver, Global) Collaborate effectively and ethically to accomplish professional goals. (Ethics, Collaboration, Communication) Use contemporary motion picture tools to communicate a story or concept. (Communication, Adept) [-]

Bachelor in Fine Arts

McMurry University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Abilene

The Bachelors of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) students concentrate on multimedia and graphic design or studio art. The B.F.A. studio art graduate who excels attends graduate school or pursues a career in graphic design, illustration, museum education, art galleries, art education or establishes his or her own teaching or production studio. [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. The Department of Art at McMurry University develops strong conceptual and technical skills for artistic expression, creative problem solving, artistic appreciation, and historical perspectives in its students. In this hands-on program our students study numerous traditions in the creation of art. Our students are also exposed to an extensive knowledge of the art of Western Civilization and non-European cultures in relationship to pluralistic contemporary world that enhances the education of art majors and other interested students. Our successful students fully participate in: Classes Assignments Critiques Exhibitions Study Abroad Our Students graduate with comprehensive knowledge of: Design Art media Expressive Possibilities Creative Solutions Professional Practices Students study art in the classroom and then examine it firsthand through field trips to galleries and museums. Senior students develop a resume/portfolio for campus wide presentation and for post-graduation activities. About the Majors The Bachelors of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) students concentrate on multimedia and graphic design or studio art. The B.F.A. studio art graduate who excels attends graduate school or pursues a career in graphic design, illustration, museum education, art galleries, art education or establishes his or her own teaching or production studio. The Bachelors of Art (B.A.) degree with a major in studio art is designed for students who wish to obtain a liberal arts degree with a major in studio art, multimedia and graphic design or all level art education; this degree requires a minor. Awards Entering freshmen art students may apply for the Perry Bentley Art Scholarship in February. Transfer students and current art majors may apply for other art scholarships in the spring. Recognition awards are presented to outstanding art students annually. The spring juried annual student art competition acknowledges artistic achievement. Students may apply in the spring for the work apprentice programs and studio space. Faculty assigns apprentices and studios based on productivity, grades, reliability, and participation in the art department. Travel Courses in Art The Department of Art tries to offer one travel course annually. Classes travel to regionally, nationally and internationally significant art exhibitions and archeological sites related to the students' course of study. Art Honor Society After completing 12 semester hours and having a 3.0 average or above in art courses, art students are eligible to be nominated by faculty to join the Epsilon Theta Chapter of the Kappa Pi International Collegiate Art Honorary Fraternity. Kappa Pi sponsors Homecoming and Christmas art sales, service projects and art related, educational and social activities. More information about the Honors Program can be found on the Honors Program webpage. Internships in Art Art internships for junior and senior art majors, which occur in ART 3390 and ART 4390, give students meaningful practical experience by working in a gallery, museum or commercial setting to see how the theoretical concepts of art are put into practice. Students have interned at: Abilene Reporter News Center of Contemporary Art Zachry Associates Grace Museum National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature Jody Klotz Gallery [-]

Bachelor in Studio Art

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

The Art Department at ORU recognizes art is an expression of an individual's beliefs and endeavors to nurture each student's creativity, ability and call to be a Christian artist. [+]

The Art Department at ORU recognizes art is an expression of an individual's beliefs and endeavors to nurture each student's creativity, ability and call to be a Christian artist. Students receive a firm foundation blending creative experiences with a critical knowledge of art past and present. Students selecting the studio arts program study under a faculty composed of professional working artists with numerous works of art on exhibit nationwide. The studio art major offers training in four disciplines - painting, ceramics, sculpture and printmaking. Students may adapt the major to help prepare them for an alternative teaching certification. Painting The painting courses explore traditional to contemporary styles of painting. Students focus on the development of imaginative resources and process through different media as well as explore the aesthetics of both abstraction and observation. Ceramics The ceramics program offers students a study of a variety of hand-building techniques. Additional study concentrates on the study of form and the generation of ideas in clay, with an emphasis on the potter's wheel as a tool for the forming of pottery. Sculpture Students in the sculpture classes participate in an in-depth study of the design and technical methods of sculpture construction. Emphasizing methods, materials, concepts and artistic style, students develop skills and methods of sculptural formation. Printmaking Printmaking develops the student's conceptual and studio skills in media and the processes involved in relief, intaglio, serigraphy and creative printmaking. Printmakers use their skills to generate creative visual art in the printed form. Outcomes With a degree in Art, career options include: - Art administrator - Artist - Arts instructor - Gallery manager - Illustrator - Museum worker - Photographer - Restorer - Web designer What Do You Have To Look Forward To? Roll up your sleeves and explore color, materials, surfaces, concepts, design, form, composition, methods and artistic style in the course of completing various art projects in a variety of media. Discover your own individual expression as a Christian artist. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Creative Writing for Entertainment

Full Sail University
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2017 USA Winter Park

It all begins with a great story. Whether a film or television show, a video game or even a commercial, the most successful pieces of media are those that tell engaging and interesting stories, stories that capture your attention, spark your imagination, and provoke your emotions. [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. It all begins with a great story. Whether a film or television show, a video game or even a commercial, the most successful pieces of media are those that tell engaging and interesting stories, stories that capture your attention, spark your imagination, and provoke your emotions. Full Sail's Creative Writing for Entertainment Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program is designed to help students perfect their storytelling abilities, with an emphasis on writing for visual media, including scriptwriting and screenwriting. Throughout the course of the 20-month program, you’ll hone your writing skills through a variety of exercises, assignments, and projects that prepare you to meet the needs of an industry in need of creative visionaries. The Creative Writing for Entertainment Bachelor’s degree program emphasizes the entertainment industry’s need for a transmedia approach to writing; an idea may begin as a script for a television show, but it also needs to be able to cross over to other delivery channels such as mobile devices, websites, and more. As a student in this program, you’ll learn how certain fundamentals of writing apply to all of these platforms, as well as the adaptations that each different channel requires. You’ll participate in a wide range of writing workshops designed to strengthen your abilities in a variety of formats and genres, including comedy, horror, mystery, suspense, fantasy, and science fiction. You’ll also study the multitude of publishing and distribution channels available to today’s writers, as well as the professional tools and approaches necessary to market yourself in the industry, whether it’s as a freelance writer or as a part of a larger corporate entity. Throughout the program, you’ll develop your own personal portfolio that will not only display your writing skills, but also help you establish yourself as a creative professional. [-]

Bachelor of Arts

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Rutherford Lodi + 1 more

Students may major in Art and receive a Bachelor of Arts in Art. You may also major in any other discipline at the University and minor in Art. [+]

Major or Minor in Art Students may major in Art and receive a Bachelor of Arts in Art. You may also major in any other discipline at the University and minor in Art. (Examples: criminal justice major and photography minor, or business major and graphic design minor.) Felician University also offers certification programs and 18-credit minors in art. Co-major in Art K-6 elementary education majors may choose an art concentration as a co-major. Areas of Concentration You have the option of selecting one or more concentrations during your course of study, including: Fine Art Graphic Design Painting and Drawing Photography and New Media Study Abroad Option A unique, semester-long study abroad program in International Visual Studies offers hands-on experience in photography, book design, and web design. Opportunities to Visit New York City Regularly scheduled instructor-led trips to New York museums and galleries. Career Opportunities A BA in Art opens the door to many careers such as: Graphic designer Creative director Product designer Professional photographer Web designer Art teacher in elementary education College professor Freelance artist [-]

Bachelor of Fine Arts

The University of Tennessee at Martin
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Martin

The Department of Visual and Theatre Arts at the University of Tennessee at Martin offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program in Visual Art, Graphic Design, or Theatre. The mission of the Department of Visual and Theatre Arts is to prepare students for careers in these fine arts disciplines or continued study at an advanced level. [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. The Department of Visual and Theatre Arts at the University of Tennessee at Martin offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program in Visual Art, Graphic Design, or Theatre. The mission of the Department of Visual and Theatre Arts is to prepare students for careers in these fine arts disciplines or continued study at an advanced level. The programs provide artistic and technical training in the various areas of study, cultural and historical context for their disciplines and the opportunity for the students to gain an appreciation for all of the fine arts activities while in the program. Graphic Design – the students in this discipline will study Graphic Design Applications and Practices Design Theory and History Typography and Page Layout Multimedia and Computer Illustration Professional Practice in Graphic Design Visual Art – the students in this discipline will study Foundations 2D and 3D Practices Studio Courses in various Media Aesthetic and Historical Art Context Exhibition Design and Planning Fine Arts Career Strategy Theatre – the students in this discipline will study Acting and Character Development Stagecraft and Technical Theatre Directing and Playwriting Play Production Participate in Campus Plays [-]

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art

Northern Arizona University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Flagstaff

This degree takes advantage of NAU’s studio facilities to accustom students to working in studio environments. Students will learn important techniques, analysis of materials, planning, critique, global influences, and more. [+]

Available Emphasis Areas: Ceramics - Emphasis Painting - Emphasis Printmaking - Emphasis Sculpture - Emphasis This degree takes advantage of NAU’s studio facilities to accustom students to working in studio environments. Students will learn important techniques, analysis of materials, planning, critique, global influences, and more. What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art? Every artist soars on two wings—imagination and craft. If you can imagine angels yearning to fly, we can help you set them free. Join one of our programs in ceramics, painting, printmaking, or sculpture and see where your talent can take you. Develop your craft in small classes that guarantee close interaction with faculty. Our studio facilities provide all you'll need to make art--except your personal vision. Study the masters, explore critical scholarship, and create visual objects in a variety of media. Build self-confidence with a required one-person exhibition, presentation, and oral defense. You'll graduate prepared for the life of a working artist or for careers in art-related fields. Our balanced program of study will also fully prepare you for graduate study. Career opportunities that might be pursued: Antique dealing Conservation Education Criticism With further education, one of these paths is possible: Corporate curator Anthropologist Archivist Librarian University Requirements To receive a bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona University, you must complete at least 120 units of credit that minimally includes a major, the liberal studies requirements, and university requirements as listed below. All of Northern Arizona University's liberal studies, diversity, junior-level writing, and capstone requirements. All requirements for your specific academic plan(s). At least 30 units of upper-division courses, which may include transfer work. At least 30 units of coursework taken through Northern Arizona University, of which at least 18 must be upper-division courses (300-level or above). This requirement is not met by credit-by-exam, retro-credits, transfer coursework, etc. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on all work attempted at Northern Arizona University. Campus Availability Flagstaff [-]

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 Fine Arts in North America 2017. 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. [-]

Bachelor of Fine Arts Fashion Merchandising

O'More College of Design
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Franklin

The mission of the Fashion Merchandising B.F.A. program is to prepare students to compete successfully for entry-level careers in the demanding fashion industry through the practical skills and experience they have gained in our well -rounded program that intertwines design, business, and the latest technologies. [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. Mission The mission of the Fashion Merchandising B.F.A. program is to prepare students to compete successfully for entry-level careers in the demanding fashion industry through the practical skills and experience they have gained in our well -rounded program that intertwines design, business, and the latest technologies. Curriculum & Philosophy Fashion is a business, and graduates are ready to begin their careers with the knowledge gained in the variety of business classes that include Entrepreneurship, Retail Buying, Merchandise Planning, Fashion Forecasting, Apparel Manufacturing, design courses and the latest software programs utilized in the industry. Upon completion of the B.F.A. in Fashion Merchandising, graduates will Proficiently communicate their ideas through a full range of written, verbal and technological skills. Execute decisions in the fashion industry using research, critical thinking and analysis. Acquire the business acumen necessary to compete in the global world of fashion. Attain knowledge of design and how it correlates to successfully producing a quality product to the end consumer. Success Due to the enormous size of the fashion world and its related fields, many professional opportunities exist for program graduates. Career options include: accessory or apparel designer, costume designer, footwear designer, technical designer, product development manager, fashion forecaster, merchandise manager, stylist, computerized pattern drafter, import/export manager, pattern/sample maker, wardrobe manager, retail buyer, and fashion director. Alumnae are employed with companies, but not limited to Dockers Footwear, Fruit of the Loom, Olia Zavozina, Urban Outfitters, Milly NY, Dollar General, Tractor Supply, Disney Parks and Resorts, Ballet Memphis, Knights Apparel, and VF a $12 billion dollar apparel and footwear company whose divisions include Vans, Nautica, The North Face, Red Kap, Lucy and Reef. Graduates also establish successful businesses in the industry including House of Stella, Johnnie Q., Jamie and the Jones, Whimsy by Krista, and The Transatlantic blog. Faculty A large percentage of our instructors and professors have prior experience and continue to work in the design industry, and their knowledge of current trends and technologies is passed on to the students. Annual Fashion Show The highlight of the year is the annual student fashion show featuring selected junior and senior collections’ work. Collections are juried by the dean, faculty and professionals in the industry. Student work showcased at the fashion show is by invitation only and is based on strict judging criteria. Students also play a major role in producing the event and are involved in every detail from promotion to production. Travel Students have the opportunity to travel to New York and visit the Garment District, the center of fashion in the United States, and meet with industry leaders like Kay Unger, Elaine Gold, Greenfield Clothiers, Nanette Lepore, Saks, Inc., Paper Magazine, Theory and top costume shops for Broadway Theater. Laptop Requirement All fashion students are required to have a laptop capable of running the latest Adobe, Microsoft Office, and Quickbooks software. Approximate cost is $2,000. [-]

Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA)

NSCAD University - Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Halifax

The principal courses in the Fine Art major allow you to explore the media and practices of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds and offer a wide [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Fine Art

The principal courses in the Fine Art major allow you to explore the media and practices of drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The faculty members represent diverse backgrounds and offer a wide range of skills, information, and opinion. Through mentorship, practice, and discussion, you will begin to form and articulate an awareness of the historical and conceptual roots of your work. You will develop technical and critical skills and will progress to advanced levels of independent study.

 In addition to your chosen area of study, you will have the opportunity to take other courses that explore a diverse range of visual arts concerns from an interdisciplinary approach. At the senior level, these courses also provide you with opportunities for internship placements in galleries, museums, and artist-run centres.... [-]


Bachelor of Fine Arts

New Hampshire Institute of Art
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Manchester

The Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the Institute provides students the opportunity to engage in the development of formal skill and technique while creating their individual artistic voice. The courses of concentration offered are: Fine Arts, Ceramics, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography and Creative Writing. The Interdisciplinary course of study is a selected synthesis of the six areas of... [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts

The Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the Institute provides students the opportunity to engage in the development of formal skill and technique while creating their individual artistic voice. The courses of concentration offered are: Fine Arts, Ceramics, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography and Creative Writing. The Interdisciplinary course of study is a selected synthesis of the six areas of concentration. Students may also add a minor study in any of the concentrations. In 2009 the Institute was awarded approval from the State of NH for the Art Education curriculum, which allows the Institute to offer K – 12 Art Education licensure to students who have successfully completed our program.... [-]


Bachelor of Fine Arts

School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Boston

The BFA program provides the opportunity to combine an in-depth, rigorous liberal arts education at Tufts University with intensive studio arts training at SMFA... [+]

Bachelor of Fine Arts

 

The BFA program provides the opportunity to combine an in-depth, rigorous liberal arts education at Tufts University with intensive studio arts training at SMFA. Students are considered to be fully enrolled at both schools, and graduate with a BFA degree from Tufts University. A wide array of art history courses taught by Tufts faculty are offered on the SMFA campus, allowing you to begin your academic studies while enrolled in a concentrated studio program. The studio curriculum in the BFA program is entirely elective; you are free to select the courses, faculty members and community resources deemed most important to your artistic development.Students in the Tufts BFA program who are interested in becoming an art teacher can apply to the MAT program in Art Education. This rigorous path of study is well-suited for artists who are interested in urban education and teaching in multicultural environments. Graduates of the BFA + MAT earn a degree from Tufts and are highly qualified for positions in the teaching field.In the BFA program, students complete 76 credits of studio art, plus 14 academic courses:... [-]


Bachelor of Fine Arts

University of Montana
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Missoula

The School of Art offers professional and liberal arts education courses in the visual arts. Courses in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program strive to provide an intensive professional education for students interested in art careers. For students interested in a liberal arts education with an emphasis in the visual arts, the Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees meet their needs... [+]

Bachelors in Fine Arts in North America 2017. The School of Art offers professional and liberal arts education courses in the visual arts. Courses in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program strive to provide an intensive professional education for students interested in art careers. For students interested in a liberal arts education with an emphasis in the visual arts, the Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees meet their needs. A teaching endorsement is available to students seeking licensure to teach in schools K-12. The School of Art serves the people of Montana and beyond by supporting students to gain knowledge, skills, and understanding of the visual arts as an enrichment to daily life. To achieve this purpose, the School of Art is dedicated to the following goals: To provide high quality preparation for students interested in pursuing a professional career in the visual arts, art education, art history, and art criticism. To maintain a community of practicing artists and scholars as faculty to provide significant mentoring and rigorous intellectual challenges for students. To contribute to a cultural and artistic climate of creativity and intellectual curiosity for the campus, the local community and the state. To serve the local community, the state, the region and the nation as a source of expertise in scholarly, creative, and technical areas of the visual arts. The School of Art provides comprehensive education in studio art, including intensive hands-on studio practice, art history, criticism, and theory. Programs provide thorough professional training for students interested in careers in the field of art. Welcome to the School of Art. Undergraduate Program - Foundations The foundations program is designed to prepare students for further study in the arts by introducing skills and strategies important for creative visual expression. Students develop an understanding of how formal language, material sensibilities and a wide range of art practices can articulate content and express ideas. The program also establishes craft and work expectations while encouraging creative risk, experimentation and cross-media solutions. This coordinated introductory curriculum of five classes spans all areas of the studio and art history experience and introduces students to a full range of disciplines for possible future study. Classes are designed to be taken at the beginning of a student’s course of study, and are prerequisite for most other art courses. Foundations Courses Visual Language: Drawing Visual Language: 2D Design Visual Language: 3D Design Art of World Civilization: Ancient to Medieval Art Art of World Civilization: Early Modern to Contemporary Art [-]