A bachelor's degree is a path of study that generally takes four years to complete and requires a number of courses. Students may choose to specialize in one of a large number of fields offered by their school.
What is a Bachelor in Ceramics? Ceramics is the artistic creation of sculpture, usually with clay. This is a degree that is intended to foster both technical skill in working with the medium of choice and also creativity and artistic style. Classwork tends to be very hands-on, with many studio hours involved. Some bachelor's degree programs allow students to specialize in ceramics as a sub-division of the art department. In such cases, students may be required to take a number of general art or art history courses in order to complete the degree.
Perhaps the main benefit of this path of study is the opportunity for self-expression that it offers students. Graduates of the program will have developed their own personal flair for ceramics. Moreover, the creative insights they gain through studying the art form are applicable in other fields of the visual arts and beyond.
Every program involves different fees and costs. If you are interested in learning more about the tuition of a certain program, contact the school directly.
Students who enroll in Bachelor in Ceramics programs generally do so with the idea in mind of working with ceramics professionally. There is certainly always a demand for new, bright artists with something original to offer the art world. On the other hand, graduates often find that the curriculum prepares them for a wide range of careers outside the field of visual arts as well. Students can apply their honed creativity to careers as writers and musicians, and can also enroll in graduate school following completion of their bachelor's degree for yet more career opportunities.
If you think ceramics is a career path that you would like to pursue, you need only find the program that best aligns with your goals and schedule. Our searchable database of programs around the world can help you take that first step. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Ceramics provides students with the opportunity to develop as studio artists and designers for industrial products; introducing a range of possibilities for working with clay. [+]
Bachelor in Ceramics
Ceramics provides students with the opportunity to develop as studio artists and designers for industrial products; introducing a range of possibilities for working with clay. Students have the option of specializing in studio ceramics, multimedia ceramics or ceramic sculpture. Areas of emphasis are experimentation, as well as strong critical and technical skills.
ADMISSIONS CRITERIA:Minimum FIVE (5) CXC subjects with grades 1 to 3 (grade 3 after 1998) or minimum FIVE (5) G.C.E. ‘O’ Level with grades A to C. Be at least 17 years old at the time of admission. English Language at the CXC/G.C.E. Level (or equivalent) is compulsory for all applicants. Visual Arts at the CXC/ G.C.E. Level (or equivalent) is advantageous to applicants. PORTFOLIO: Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of original work for evaluation. The portfolio should consist of not less than fifteen (15) pieces of recent artwork, i.e., drawings done from observation, including landscape, still life, self-portrait or figure drawing. Slides or photographs are accepted from overseas applicants. ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT: Applicants whose native language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Applicants can register for the TOEFL examinations at www.ets.org/toefl. [-]
The Ceramics program is designed to give you an understanding of vessel, sculptural, and architectural ceramics. As you explore these elements you will examine the relationships between design [+]
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Ceramics
The Ceramics program is designed to give you an understanding of vessel, sculptural, and architectural ceramics. As you explore these elements you will examine the relationships between design, materials, colour, process, and techniques. An awareness of historical and contemporary issues in ceramics and their relationship with other discourses (such as fine art, design, and architecture) will help to develop an informed perspective on your work.
NSCAD Ceramics graduates have established successful international studio practices that contribute to the profile of Canadian ceramics.
Our graduates are writers, critics, curators, arts administrators in galleries and museums, and designers for industry. Many go on to study in prestigious graduate programs and teach in colleges/universities across North America.... [-]