Part time Bachelor's Degree in Arts Studies 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 of Arts in Product Design

NewSchool of Architecture and Design
Campus 4 years October 2017 USA San Diego

Design permeates our world: the objects we live with, the cars we drive, the way we punch keys of our smartphones. Our degree in product design explores these multifaceted applications and teaches you how to think in a way that solves design problems. As a product designer, you will combine art, science and technology to create innovative products and services. [+]

Design permeates our world: the objects we live with, the cars we drive, the way we punch keys of our smartphones. Our degree in product design explores these multifaceted applications and teaches you how to think in a way that solves design problems. As a product designer, you will combine art, science and technology to create innovative products and services.

 

Offered through Domus Academy of School of Design at NewSchool in San Diego. Students have the opportunity to spend a semester at Domus Academy in Milan. There, Italian design is studied through contemporary perspectives to learn and create innovative products. The relationship of this program prepares students to become designers in a global context. ... [-]


Bachelor of Arts

Allegheny College
Campus September 2017 USA Meadville

The Art Department’s programs are designed to develop a broad intellectual grounding in the traditions of the visual arts through an understanding of Studio Art practice and Art History, coupled with knowledge from other disciplines. Students learn to discriminate between the processes of production, interpretation, and evaluation, and to think creatively about all aspects of artistic problem solving. Through the examination and creation of original works of Art, students learn to contextualize artworks, and understand the relationships between praxis, theory, and history. [+]

Bachelor of Arts The Art Department’s programs are designed to develop a broad intellectual grounding in the traditions of the visual arts through an understanding of Studio Art practice and Art History, coupled with knowledge from other disciplines. Students learn to discriminate between the processes of production, interpretation, and evaluation, and to think creatively about all aspects of artistic problem solving. Through the examination and creation of original works of Art, students learn to contextualize artworks, and understand the relationships between praxis, theory, and history. ART MAJORS Studio Art Progresses from broad exploration of visual art toward specialization in a chosen medium. Art History The visual heritage of Western art and architecture, progressing from surveys (Ancient, Renaissance, American, etc.) to a substantial original research project. Art and Technology An interdisciplinary major shared between the Communication Arts and Art Departments that explores connections between photography, video, and computer art. Double and self-designed majors encouraged. Minor Programs Studio Art • Art History Special minors such as Art & the Environment and Medieval & Renaissance Studies may be considered. Department Facts Distinctions Individualized attention, close student-faculty relationships. Opportunities to integrate art with other disciplines: recent double majors include studio art/physics; studio art/biology; studio art/math; studio art/environmental science; art history/English. Senior Projects demonstrate to employers and graduate schools the ability to define and complete a comprehensive original assignment. Special balance between depth in the major and breadth of overall programs. Important integration of studio art and art history in the curriculum. Upper-level seminars that encourage students to examine art’s connection with politics, economics, and society. Key Benefits Appreciation of the imaginative, expressive range of visual arts. Firm grounding in the fundamentals of art and art history. Understanding of the theoretical and technical issues in the production and interpretation of art. First-hand knowledge of how artists and art historians develop and explore topics. Understanding of the processes and effects of visual communication. Ability to apply critical thinking skills across disciplines. Learning Outcomes Students who successfully complete a major in Art: Studio or Art and Technology will: Actively engage in the production of a body of work that demonstrates conceptual sophistication while also conveying meaning, investigating human experiences, and integrating knowledge from other disciplines and cultural contexts. Make original works of art that demonstrate effective use of design principles, creative problem-solving, and appropriate craftsmanship and technique, in a range of mediums. Interpret and critically evaluate art and media, in writing and in speech, from an informed perspective by carrying out relevant research, contextualizing and interpreting relevant works. Exhibit familiarity with the works and intentions of major artists/designers and movements of the past and the present, both Western and global, and familiarity with contemporary art and critical theory. Develop professional practices through the exhibition of their work in a gallery setting, documentation of work in a portfolio, and proposal writing. Students who successfully complete a minor in Studio Art will: Actively engage in the production of a body of work that demonstrates conceptual sophistication while also conveying meaning, investigating human experiences, and integrating knowledge from other disciplines and cultural contexts. Make original works of art that demonstrate effective use of design principles, creative problem-solving, and appropriate craftsmanship and technique, with focus on one medium. Interpret and critically evaluate art and media, in writing and in speech, from an informed perspective by carrying out relevant research, contextualizing and interpreting relevant works. Exhibit familiarity with the works and intentions of major artists/designers and movements of the twentieth century and with contemporary art and critical theory. Develop professional skills, such as exhibition of their work in a gallery setting, documentation of work in a portfolio, and proposal writing. Students completing a major in Art History will be able to: Demonstrate a general knowledge of the monuments and principal artists of all major art periods of the past, including a broad understanding of the art of the twentieth century; acquaintance with the art history of non-Western cultures, knowledge in greater depth and precision of several cultures and periods in the history of art; a concentration in at least one area at an advanced seminar level; and study of theory and criticism using a variety of analytical critical approaches. Utilize tools and techniques of scholarship, including writing in various formats; speaking in various formats, using appropriate presentation technology; research methods, proper citation methods and legal use of reproductions of imagery, and production of a senior project that considers a single work of art or a narrowly defined body of works in their historical context, analyzed from a distinctive authorial point of view based upon critical and theoretical insights. Integrate and apply knowledge from other disciplines and cultural contexts, including a general knowledge of world history. Adequate mastery of at least one foreign language to support research through the reading of primary source materials is highly recommended. Demonstrate a functional knowledge of the creative process, normally accomplished through one or more foundation or other studio courses. Students completing a minor in Art History will be able to: Demonstrate a general knowledge of the monuments and principal artists of all major art periods of the past, including a broad understanding of the art of the twentieth century; acquaintance with the art history of non-Western cultures; knowledge in greater depth and precision of one period in the history of art; work at an advanced seminar level; and study of theory and criticism using a variety of analytical critical approaches. Utilize tools and techniques of scholarship, including writing in various formats; speaking in various formats, using appropriate presentation technology; research methods, proper citation methods and legal use of reproductions of imagery. Demonstrate a functional knowledge of the creative process, normally accomplished through one or more foundation or other studio courses. Opportunities Allegheny’s Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED) sponsors arts and the environment community development art projects. Each project provides paid summer internships for four to six students annually. Student Art Society holds annual activities including unjuried student exhibitions, a Beaux Arts Ball, and field trips. Department-sponsored lecture series, often in conjunction with gallery exhibitions: recent speakers have included artists Christo & Jeanne-Claude; Thomas B. Armstrong, director of the Andy Warhol Museum; and Madeleine Grynsztejn, curator at the San Francisco Museum of Art. Workshops: Recent workshops have focused on art careers, handbuilt ceramics, papermaking, and non-traditional drawing techniques. Field trips: Nearby resources include the Albright-Knox Gallery (Buffalo), the Carnegie Museum (Pittsburgh), the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Erie Art Museum. Meadville Council on the Arts hosts nine regional artists’ exhibits annually. “Signs & Flowers,” a site-specific public art installation created in collaboration with PennDOT; visit ceed.allegheny.edu to view this project. Art education programs with the University of Pittsburgh and Columbia University 3/2 arts management program with Carnegie Mellon’s John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management Experiential Learning Internships Art teaching internship: Carnegie Museum (Pittsburgh) Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED) Cleveland School of the Arts Erie Art Museum Johnson-Shaw Stereoscopic Museum Meadville Council on the Arts (MCA) Meadville Historical Society (Baldwin-Reynolds House) The French Creek Project, Meadville, Pa. The Meadville Tribune Vision Media Group, Meadville, Pa. Gallery and art store work-study employment Department research and laboratory assistantships MCA invites student-curated shows as part of art historical research projects [-]

Bachelor in Culinary Arts Management

Institute for Tourism Studies
Campus 4 years August 2017 Macau China Thailand Bangkok USA Chicago Netherlands Breda + 5 more

The IFT's BA Culinary Arts Programme is new programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. The first cohort of students joined the 4-year course in September 2011 and will graduate in 2015. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Arts Studies in North America. Bachelor in Culinary Arts Management The IFT's BA Culinary Arts Programme is new programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. The first cohort of students joined the 4-year course in September 2011 and will graduate in 2015. Whether they intend to pursue a career as a culinary chef; a front of house manager; or an all-round culinary professional, the 4-year course draws on a wide experiential base of proven lecturers and skilled craft technicians. With worldwide experience ranging from 3,4 and 5 star hotels to Michelin restaurants to event venues and the like, the IFT draws on this vast knowledge base to deliver a well-rounded broad-based foundation from which the students can flourish. With this in mind the IFT also promotes links and continually builds bridges with industry in an effort to provide much needed professionals with the potential to practice their craft in some of the finest establishments around the world – and indeed many IFT alumni are in fact doing just that. Lastly, the wide reaching culinary arts skills set taught in this programme by itself would be of little use without a thorough complimentary teaching package that incorporated such essentials as languages; culinary vocabulary; financial planning; management theory; culinary culture; trends in gastronomy; human resources and organisational behaviour; as well as such things as environmental considerations and sustainability issues; legislation; marketing and entrepreneurship. In this regard the IFT's 4 year culinary arts degree course is dedicated to providing students with an unparalleled up-to-date skill set which marks the IFT out as a beacon of educational excellence both within the pan-Asian region and beyond. [-]

Bachelor (BFA) Photography

Academy of Art University
Campus or Online 4 years September 2017 USA San Francisco

The BFA degree builds on the core curriculum of fundamental principles by emphasizing the aesthetic and conceptual skills necessary for a professional portfolio. [+]

The BFA degree builds on the core curriculum of fundamental principles by emphasizing the aesthetic and conceptual skills necessary for a professional portfolio. After completing the core curriculum, students choose to focus on commercial or editorial, fine art, or documentary courses. Upon graduation, students will be required to demonstrate an individual style and a unique approach to their chosen area of study. BFA Photography Unit Requirements: Major Coursework Core 36 Units Major 42 Units Electives 9 units Liberal Arts 45 units TOTAL 132 units BFA Photography Degree Requirements: Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist Minimum 2.0 GPA and the following general education requirements: 3 Written Communication courses 4 Art Historical Awareness courses 1 Historical Awareness course 1 Quantitative Literacy course 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course 1 Employment Communications & Practices course After above general education requirements are met, take Liberal Arts electives as needed to fulfill the Liberal Arts unit requirement. BFA Program Learning Outcomes Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria: Conceptual and Problem-Solving Skills Make creative decisions that optimize conceptual impact, cohesiveness and memorability of created images Integrate key conceptual elements (such as mood, narrative, introducing the unexpected) with technical elements (such as composition, lighting, point of view) to suggest a story or elicit an emotional response from the viewer Solve creative and technical problems that include project parameters and modeled client expectations Lighting Skills Master indoor and outdoor lighting, studio lighting techniques, lighting with constant light sources, and mixed lighting situations Work effectively with natural light and demonstrate understanding of the relationship between time of day and variations related to quality of light Work effectively with point source, flood, spot, diffused and reflected light Camera Capture Skills Demonstrate full knowledge of digital SLR components Demonstrate complete understanding of exposure controls Effectively use a light meter for multiple lighting situations Digital Imaging Apply advanced Photoshop techniques using various tools, layers, curves and selections with digital images Apply retouching skills and color correction knowledge consistent with industry standards Digital Printing Produce professional quality prints Create high quality print portfolio demonstrating printing skill and overall quality of images required for petition to graduate Demonstrate understanding of archival qualities, including ink and paper stability Professional Readiness Produce and present a professional portfolio that meets department expectations and industry standards Create promotional materials to support print portfolio and website Demonstrate knowledge of industry trends and professional practices related to professional photography Academy of Art University Learning Outcomes Graduates of the Academy of Art University will demonstrate the ability to: Produce a body of work suitable for seeking professional opportunities in their chosen field of art and design. Solve creative problems within their field of art and design, including research and synthesis of technical, aesthetic, and conceptual knowledge. Communicate their ideas professionally and connect with their intended audience using visual, oral, and written presentation skills relevant to their field. Execute technical, aesthetic, and conceptual decisions based on an understanding of art and design principles. Evaluate work in their field, including their own work, using professional terminology. Recognize the influence of major cultural and aesthetic trends, both historical and contemporary, on art and design products. Learn the professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in the global marketplace for art and design. Visit www.academyart.edu to learn more about total costs, median student loan debt, potential occupations and other information. Accredited Member WSCUC, NASAD, CIDA (BFA-IAD, MFA-IAD), NAAB (B.ARCH*, M.ARCH), CTC (California Teacher Credential). Acting degree program is currently not offering online courses. **B.ARCH is currently in candidacy status. [-]

Bachelor in Art Education (ARTE)

Oral Roberts University
Campus 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

The art education major at ORU is offered in cooperation with the ORU College of Education. [+]

The art education major at ORU is offered in cooperation with the ORU College of Education. In the ARTE program students participate in both art and education courses that provide the preparation for entry into the education profession at the K-12 level. Instruction includes artistic, educational and design skills demanded by contemporary society and technology, while maintaining a respect for the value of tradition. Additionally, a large network of successful alumni provides an opportunity to enhance education through experiences gained in the professional environment. Upon completion of the ARTE program students are eligible to receive their license to teach in the state of Oklahoma.

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Bachelor of Arts

Felician University
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Rutherford Lodi

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 in Arts Management

University Of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Green Bay

Arts organizations make communities come alive – from symphonies to jazz bands, theaters to sculpture gardens, museums to community arts centers, public radio to festivals. All of that activity is made possible by arts managers. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Arts Studies in North America. Arts organizations make communities come alive – from symphonies to jazz bands, theaters to sculpture gardens, museums to community arts centers, public radio to festivals. All of that activity is made possible by arts managers. Arts management can be an exciting, fulfilling career for someone who likes to be close to the arts and artists and wants to work behind the scenes to make the arts happen. Arts managers work behind the scenes to bring art and audiences together – raising funds, marketing, organizing volunteers and facilitating programs. At UW-Green Bay, Arts Management is both a major and a minor. Many students pair the Arts Management major or minor with studies in music, studio art, theatre, dance, gallery and museum practices, English, or history. We believe that successful arts managers are equally proficient in art and administration – and we also believe that the arts are a unique industry and have management challenges that are not found in other kinds of businesses. Your studies will include arts management core courses along with courses in the arts, not-for-profit management and business. An internship or other practical, real-life experience is an important part of the experience. Who should be a Arts Management Major? Arts Management is an ideal major or minor for students who like to be around the arts but are not necessarily interested in being an artist or performer. It’s also a good choice for those who are preparing for artistic careers and want to have some training in the “business side” of the arts, so that they can manage their own careers, understand the organizations that hire artists, or even be prepared to accept administrative jobs between artistic gigs. We use the term “arts management” very broadly. Students in the Arts Management Program may be majoring or minoring in other artistic disciplines such as studio art, music or theatre, but students majoring in English, history, communications, business and economics have also minored or double-majored in arts management. Many arts management majors choose to minor in an artistic discipline, but Communications, English, Humanistic Studies, and many other programs can pair well with arts management. [-]

BFA in Graphic Design

Cardinal Stritch University
Campus September 2017 USA Milwaukee

The Graphic Design major at Cardinal Stritch University recognizes and embodies the importance of educating students for an increasing complex world and across multiple platforms. In an ever increasingly globalized economy, a liberal arts education supports the expansion and deepening of the designers understanding of their work - and creative practice - within the broader context of a democratic society. [+]

The Graphic Design major at Cardinal Stritch University recognizes and embodies the importance of educating students for an increasing complex world and across multiple platforms. In an ever increasingly globalized economy, a liberal arts education supports the expansion and deepening of the designers understanding of their work - and creative practice - within the broader context of a democratic society. This bridge between multiple fields such as technology, business, education, and psychology creates a rich environment for designers to experience how their work shapes the local, regional, and global economy. Creating more perceptive, critical, and creative thinkers, it allows designers to transcend vocational utility to recognize and grapple with challenges that are presented to them in their lives, personally, and professionally. The Graphic Design majors begins with a comprehensive education in design principles, applications, theories, history, and practice. The curriculum embraces emerging technologies and the convergence of graphic design, photography, studio arts, and digital and time-based media. Students work independently, in teams, and closely with faculty, and are introduced to increasingly complex graphic communication, design problems, and methodologies. Degree Requirements Program Credits: 72 Required Courses Visual arts core: (18 cr) ART 101, 115, 123, 131, 147, 150 Graphic Design Core: (9 cr) ART 111, 202, 239 Graphic Design Major: (27 cr) ART 205, 211, 302, 305, 311, 402, 405, 406, 447. Art History: (9 cr) Choose three courses from ART 141,142, 344 or 415 Electives: (9 cr) ART 210 or 301 and two courses outside of major. Suggested courses include: BU 105, BU 228, CS 118, CS 230, EN 216, THR 220 or THR 225. Exhibit: Required Required Auxiliary Courses: none [-]

Bachelor's Degree in Culinary Arts Management - New York

The Culinary Institute of America
Campus 17 months September 2017 USA New York

As a CIA student, you'll gain a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of food from expert instructors who are acknowledged masters of culinary or baking and pastry arts or experts in management. [+]

Bachelor's Degree in Culinary Arts Management - New York

To be a leader in the increasingly complex and ever-changing foodservice industry, you must be a skilled culinarian, an astute businessperson, and a creative trendsetter. In the CIA's Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS) in Culinary Arts Management degree program, you will gain the ideal management and cultural knowledge for careers in management, or for creating your own business in the future. And, after you complete your CIA associate degree, you can complete this bachelor’s program in just 17 months. After completing your CIA associate degree in culinary arts, in the junior and senior years of this bachelor's degree program you will:  ... [-]


Bachelor in Music

Waldorf College
Campus 4 years September 2017 USA Forest City

The mission of the music department is to offer an undergraduate music program in a liberal arts setting which serves both the student majoring in music as well as the non-major with an interest in growing musically; to cultivate an atmosphere of musical integrity in which the future music professional’s ability to work and think in their field is fully developed... [+]

Bachelor in Music The mission of the music department is: To offer an undergraduate music program in a liberal arts setting which serves both the student majoring in music as well as the non-major with an interest in growing musically. To cultivate an atmosphere of musical integrity in which the future music professional’s ability to work and think in their field is fully developed. To maintain a teaching faculty that models personal and professional integrity, and is committed to students as whole persons—encouraging and supporting them while demanding their very best. To foster an environment for performance and learning which is essentially Christian, including Godly stewardship of time, ability and talent, the creation of a supportive family of goodwill and congeniality, and encouragement of healthy competition. To provide the necessary pre-professional development of the most talented students while providing ample opportunity to those who demonstrate ability and desire, but who commence collegiate studies with less sophisticated performance experience and musical background. To prepare students not only for the profession of music, but also for life-long learning, service to church and community, and enjoyment of their abilities at home. Degree Tracks Music Education Music Performance – Vocal, Instrumental, Piano, Organ Arts Administration Church Music The Music Major Students seeking a bachelor’s degree in music may choose: Music Major with a choice of emphases: Vocal Performance, Instrumental Performance, Keyboard Performance or Church Music Music Education Major which leads to K-12 licensure in the State of Iowa Arts Management Major All bachelor’s degrees in music require completion of the Waldorf Core Curriculum. Music Education majors must fulfill the Social Science requirement (VII) with EDU 210 and PSY 144, and the upper level Religion requirement (III) with REL 400. The Music Major requires a minor in a second academic area. The Humanities Minor and Theatre Minor are designed to complete the Music Major. It is required for the Vocal Performance Emphasis and highly recommended for the others. All music majors who have not passed the piano proficiency exam are required to study piano. Whether it is in piano class or in applied lessons is at the discretion of the music department. [-]

Bachelor International Theater Production

Ohio Northern University
Campus September 2017 USA Columbus

Our unique program focuses on theatrical design, production and stage management – in the U.S. and internationally. You’ll graduate with a solid knowledge of the cultural and practical differences in theatre production, which will prepare you for a wide range of careers in theatre, opera and touring productions. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Arts Studies in North America. GET BEHIND THE MAGIC Our unique program focuses on theatrical design, production and stage management – in the U.S. and internationally. You’ll graduate with a solid knowledge of the cultural and practical differences in theatre production, which will prepare you for a wide range of careers in theatre, opera and touring productions. We may be small, but our opportunities are big. In fact, our theatre program rivals what you’d find at a conservatory. Our international theatre production students stage dozens of campus and community productions. They interact with renowned designers, directors, playwrights and choreographers from the U.S. and countries like Scotland, Estonia, Ireland, Mexico and England. They travel each year to the United States Institute of Theatre Technology conference so our students can make contacts with employers and companies from all over the United States. They land incredible internships with theatre companies, and they study abroad. Here, you’ll be part of a family. You’ll enjoy small class sizes and amazing friendships. Our distinguished professors will bring out the best in you from the moment you arrive on campus until you graduate. They will become personally invested in your success. On campus, you’ll study and work in top-notch facilities with the latest equipment. The Freed Center for the Performing Arts includes a 550-seat proscenium theatre, a 132-seat studio theatre, rehearsal rooms, scenic and costume shops, smart classrooms, and a computer lab. Let’s be real; international theatre production is a competitive field. It won’t be easy to carve out a career. But at ONU, we give you intensive support, and we open doors. As countless graduates of our program will testify, we’ll take you where you want to go. OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO A well-rounded education includes travel, new experiences, and stretching your comfort zone. We partner with the University of Salford in Manchester, England, and the Rakvare Theatre Company in Estonia for international travel and theatre opportunities. Students have also studied in Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Italy and Ireland. We help students land internships at theatre companies in major cities. The opportunities are here – you just need to grab them. MASTERS IN THE HOUSE Learn from the best in the industry! Imagine getting advice from a costume designer who’s worked for Lady Gaga and Michelle Pfeiffer. Or learning the complexities behind performer flying from a leading expert. Every year, we bring acclaimed directors, playwrights, choreographers, scenic and lighting designers, conductors, and more to campus to work with students in the intimate setting of a master class. THINK SUCCESS SAORI YOKOO BFA WITH A MAJOR IN INTERNATIONAL THEATRE PRODUCTION ’13 “BECAUSE OF MY ONU EXPERIENCES, I WASN’T AFRAID TO JUMP INTO THE REAL WORLD. I LOVE THE PEOPLE IN OUR BUSINESS. I LOVE THE FACT THAT THEATRE CAN MOVE PEOPLE AND TEACH THEM SOMETHING.” Saori Yokoo came to ONU because of the abundant opportunities to practice her craft. Sure enough, she had the chance to be the stage manager for many shows at the Freed Center. Today, Saori works with Disney Theatrical’s Aladdin in Tokyo, Japan. Before that, she toured the U.S. as a stage manager for Bring it On the Musical and was a stage manager for Oliver in New York City. OUTCOMES AND COURSES SOLID OUTCOMES Creative Colleges: A Guide for Students, Actors, Artists, Dancers, Musicians and Writers ranks ONU a top 200 program for creative students. In recent years, graduates in the theatre department have gotten jobs with national and international touring shows, become freelance designers, received positions at regional theatres, and continued their education at graduate schools such as the Yale School of Drama, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Delaware and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. COURSES You’ll need 120 credit hours to earn a BFA in international theatre production. It is quite possible to minor or double major to explore your other interests. [-]

2+2 Bachelors Program in Liberal Arts

The National Management School
Campus 4 years July 2017 India Chennai USA Albany + 1 more

Get an American Bachelor’s Degree the 2+2 way! The 2+2 American Bachelor’s Degree is offered in India by The National Management School, in collaboration with Broward College, Florida. After completing the 2-year AA program at NMS, students can transfer to ANY American university to complete their bachelor’s degree and their liberal arts education. The AA Program is a general liberal arts program that will enable the student to transfer into any program at the bachelor’s degree level. [+]

2+2 Bachelors Program in Liberal Arts Get an American Bachelor’s Degree the 2+2 way! The 2+2 American Bachelor’s Degree is offered in India by The National Management School, in collaboration with Broward College, Florida. After completing the 2-year AA program at NMS, students can transfer to ANY American university to complete their bachelor’s degree and their liberal arts education. The AA Program is a general liberal arts program that will enable the student to transfer into any program at the bachelor’s degree level. [-]

Bachelor of Fine Arts Fashion Design

O'More College of Design
Campus September 2017 USA Franklin

The mission of the Fashion Design 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. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Arts Studies in North America. Mission The mission of the Fashion Design 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 design courses, latest Adobe and Gerber technologies that are utilized in the industry, and business courses that include Entrepreneurship, Financial Management, and Apparel Manufacturing. Upon completion of the B.F.A. in Fashion Design, graduates will Demonstrate an advanced skill level of design that meets professional standards in the fashion industry and specialized markets. 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. 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 in Art

Buena Vista University (BVU)
Campus September 2017 USA Storm Lake

Become a professional exhibiting artist. Teach students how to work with their core beliefs and question not what art was but what it is and will be. [+]

Bachelor in Art Become a professional exhibiting artist. Teach students how to work with their core beliefs and question not what art was but what it is and will be. Manage an art gallery and design innovative displays. A firm grounding in art theory, production, and criticism will allow you to pursue various avenues in the art world. Through your studies, you will gain technical and conceptual understanding of the art discipline, and delve into many subjects including art history, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography and drawing. You will have round-the-clock access to top-notch facilities and equipment and ample opportunity to display your work in BVU’s large art gallery or other exhibition areas. Art students also have an extensive variety of studio processes available to them, including resin-bonded sand casting, wood carving, metal fabrication and welding. As part of your studies, you will develop professional skills through internships and study abroad opportunities. You will also work alongside expert professors who are practicing artists and are committed to teaching, research and lifelong learning. In addition to honing your technical abilities and producing professional work, you will learn to think critically, communicate clearly and work creatively. Art courses Major: 51 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART 310 Painting ART 320 Sculpture ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography ART 392 Junior Seminar ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 492 Senior Seminar ART 493 Senior Exhibition 9 credit hours from ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms (class not taken above) ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography (class not taken above) ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 460 Advanced Drawing ART 495 Internship DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography GDES 349 Graphic Design Art and Art Education majors must earn a final grade of C- or better in all Art courses. Major in art with teaching licensure (K-8): Art major plus: EDUC 451 K-8 Art Methods and Field Experience EDUC 460 Professional Seminar III: Elementary Student Teaching (K-8 Art Plus requirements listed under elementary education and education core Major in art with teaching licensure (5-12): Art major plus: SEDU 365 Methods of Reading in the Content Areas SEDU 401 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art and Field Experience SEDU 490 Professional Seminar III: Secondary Student Teaching Plus requirements listed under secondary education and education core Major in art with teaching licensure (K-8 & 5-12): Art major plus: EDUC 451 K-8 Art Methods and Field Experience EDUC 460 Professional Seminar III: Elementary Student Teaching (K-8 Art) SEDU 365 Reading in the Content Areas SEDU 401 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art and Field Experience SEDU 490 Professional Seminar III: Secondary Student Teaching Plus requirements listed under secondary education and education core Minor in Art: 21 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II 9 credit hours from ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History 6 credit hours from ART 310 Painting ART 320 Sculpture ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 460 Advanced Drawing DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography Minor in Art History: 25 credit hours ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART 497 Senior Directed Research HIST 111 World Civilizations I and HIST 112 World Civilizations II or HIST 121 The Emergence of Western Civilization and HIST 122 The Revolutions of Western Civilizations 6 credit hours from HIST 125 Asian Civilizations (research paper is strongly encouraged to assist with graduate school requirements) HIST 284 Empires: The Colonial Experience HIST 320 History of the Middle East HIST 349 Modern Europe HIST 360 History of China HIST 362 History of Japan [-]

Bachelor Liberal Arts Program - Fine Arts: Music

Quincy College
Campus September 2017 USA Quincy Center Plymouth

The focus of the Liberal Arts Program is to provide the student with a breadth of program offerings in a chosen field of study. Liberal Arts students may focus their program in the following concentration areas: Behavioral Science, English, History/Government, Humanities, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Science or Sociology. All concentration electives must be selected in the chosen area of study. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Arts Studies in North America. The focus of the Liberal Arts Program is to provide the student with a breadth of program offerings in a chosen field of study. Liberal Arts students may focus their program in the following concentration areas: Behavioral Science, English, History/Government, Humanities, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Science or Sociology. All concentration electives must be selected in the chosen area of study. Program Outcomes At the completion of the program the student should be able to: Think critically Think quantitatively Communicate effectively Use logic to acquire, assess, and integrate new information Explain the nature and societal implications of global relationships among diverse cultures Apply ethical criteria to a variety of intellectual, social, and personal situations Apply aesthetic criteria to a variety of intellectual, natural, artistic, and social phenomena Demonstrate a broad theoretical and practical knowledge of one field of study from among the liberal arts and science concentrations Unlike many colleges in the United States, Quincy College does not charge a higher tuition rate to its international students. Below is a list of programs offered at Quincy College and the estimated cost of tuition and fees, as well as living expenses. Quincy College currently welcomes more than 350 International students to our campus from around the world. Our international students have chosen this two year institution for the same reasons American students did: Quincy College’s committed faculty and small class sizes, opportunities to transfer to four-year universities, outstanding academic programs, flexible class schedules, convenient location in the Boston area, and affordability. Quincy College makes it easy to transfer to a four-year institution as we have articulation agreements with many public and private universities. After completing one of our associate degree programs, our students can transfer easily to a four year university to earn a Bachelor’s degree. We also have many clubs and organizations to enhance student life at Quincy College such as Phi Theta Kappa and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies, Intramural sports, various job fairs, a student-run newspaper, and more. Additionally, we offer student services to further enrich your experience at Quincy College. The Nicastro Learning Center offers one-on-one tutoring, The Office of Career Services will help you find an internship or part-time job, and our Student Success Coaches are here to help you if you are feeling overwhelmed or stressed. Over 25 majors to choose from Affordable tuition based on one cost per credit for all students Personal approach to college experience Easy transition to 4 year college & universities Conveniently located near public transportation, the MBTA and Boston Conveniently close to the airport [-]