Bachelor of Science Degrees in Arts

Compare 4 Bachelor of Science Programs in Arts

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A Bachelor of Science (BSc) is a lifetime goal for many students. It often affords greater job opportunities after graduation. With a bit of research, potential scholars can find a program that suits them and will prepare them for their desired professional field.

What is a BSc in Arts Studies? There are many programs that fall under this umbrella term. Students can choose to specialize in management, education or history. Those who want to manage artists or become agents will take courses on how to reconcile creativity and business. Future educators will learn how to break down complicated artistic themes and teach them to others. Soon-to-be historians will study many eras of art closely and may choose to focus on a specific time period.

The benefit of a BSc in Arts Studies is unparalleled preparation for the art field. The degree signifies a high level of knowledge and practice under the watchful eyes of trained professionals. Scholars are fullly equipped for the hurdles and obstacles of a well-paying job as an artist, art educator or other related position.

The cost of this degree will vary tremendously from institution to institution. Many scholars save on costs by renting books or taking online classes. Before committing to a specific course of study, it is important for prospective students to research and apply for financial aid.

Graduates of this program find jobs in a large variety of areas. They can be counselors, tutors, professors, teachers, art therapists, school psychologists, managers and agents. It all depends on the focus of the program and what career the scholar wishes to pursue. Some art historians go on to make important discoveries in their field.

There are many international opportunities for students who wish to pursue this course of study. Online classes give many scholars around the globe the ability to access excellent education from remote locations. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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BSc in Management with Arts

International Business School – Budapest
Campus Full time September 2018 Hungary Budapest

The BSc in Management with specialization in Arts Management is a three-year full-time course of modular studies. The programme is delivered in English and is committed to the concept “Where Creativity Meets Commerce” with integrated high-impact business practices integrated into a hands-on programme that focuses on managing both the people and the companies which make up the arts and events organisational communities. [+]

BA in Management with Arts

 

The BA (Hons) in Management with specialization in Arts Management is a three-year full-time course of modular studies. The programme is delivered in English and is committed to the concept “Where Creativity Meets Commerce” with integrated high-impact business practices integrated into a hands-on programme that focuses on managing both the people and the companies which make up the arts and events organisational communities. IBS in combined partnership with The University of Buckingham, UK, offers students the most comprehensive arts management programme in Central Europe.

As you complete the programme you will have developed a critical awareness of organisations in and around the creative industries; you will have acquired a thorough knowledge and understanding of arts and events management; and, very importantly, you will have developed effective skills required in both the business and creative fields.... [-]


BSc in Art

Lincoln University Of Missouri
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2018 USA Jefferson City

The art program provides a positive environment where students can explore their own creativity and freely express themselves through art. [+]

Mission The art program provides a positive environment where students can explore their own creativity and freely express themselves through art. Students will have the opportunity to improve their artistry by honing their technical, analytical and writing skills. The faculty are committed to helping students explore and perfect the individual expression of their own identities as artists and persons, according to their abilities and interests. A thorough and varied curriculum offers a solid base for careers in art education, commercial design, studio art, or graduate study. Courses in drawing, painting, water color, commercial art, design and color theory, ceramics, jewelry, fibers, sculpture, art history, printmaking and art education are offered. Students make a serious commitment to their art and routinely participate in local, state, and national art competitions. Over the past ten years, Lincoln University art majors have won an average of 30 awards per year in various art competitions. Art students will be able to take advantage of the MAC computer lab with terminals for each student, color printers, color scanners, and some of the latest software for design, illustrating, photo imaging and photo editing. Objectives Upon completion of degree requirements in the Art program at Lincoln University, each student should be able to demonstrate the following: A mastery of art content necessary to be a competent and effective teacher of art, a studio artist and/or a commercial artist Technical skills which are adequate to meet the needs of artistic self-expression The ability to analyze art and to form... [-]

BSc in Art History or Studio Art

Millsaps College
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Jackson

The Department of Art at Millsaps College provides a program for strengthening your understanding of the visual arts through studio as well as art history courses. You'll explore a variety of forms of creative expression, learning to set each within its broader cultural context. In the course of your work toward the major or minor, you'll find yourself developing a voice and a vision - a new mode of seeing and a... [+]

BScs in Arts. BSc in Art History or Studio Art The Department of Art at Millsaps College provides a program for strengthening your understanding of the visual arts through studio as well as art history courses. You'll explore a variety of forms of creative expression, learning to set each within its broader cultural context. In the course of your work toward the major or minor, you'll find yourself developing a voice and a vision - a new mode of seeing and a new form of communication that involves both a deeper connection and a widened perspective. Through the process of creating, your ability to communicate will be enhanced, and through the process of writing and talking about creative production, your skills as a critical thinker will mature. Art History The art history program will enrich your understanding of the art of Western civilization by setting it within its broader social and cultural context and by seriously considering the variety of alternatives and responses to the Western tradition. Courses such as Women Artists, Topics in World Art, Methodologies, and Museum Studies help to balance the traditional chronological period courses. Even within these period courses, various thematic issues and theoretical approaches will help to unify your studies in the history of art. You will explore artistic meaning through responsive as well as analytical discussion and writing, and will learn to trust and strengthen your own voice at the same time that you acquire an understanding of the vocabulary and methods of analysis... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Art History

Marist College - School of Communication and the arts
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Poughkeepsie

Students who choose the concentration in Art History will explore the wide history of the visual arts; from prehistoric caves and the pyramids of Egypt to the challenging and exciting creations of modern and contemporary art. Courses like Museum Studies provide valuable insights into the practical world of art. In addition to required course work, students concentrating in art history design their own study plan by pursuing an alternative discipline, such as a foreign language, anthropology, or business. [+]

Students who choose the concentration in Art History will explore the wide history of the visual arts; from prehistoric caves and the pyramids of Egypt to the challenging and exciting creations of modern and contemporary art. Courses like Museum Studies provide valuable insights into the practical world of art. In addition to required course work, students concentrating in art history design their own study plan by pursuing an alternative discipline, such as a foreign language, anthropology, or business. [-]