Crafts, BFA

for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Crafts

No longer accepting students: Fall 2019

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Students pursuing this major select a concentration:

Metal Concentration

The curriculum in Crafts consists of a concentration in Metal. The BFA program focuses on the development of individual artistic and design capabilities, critical perceptions, and the mastery of comprehensive technical skills. The program emphasizes strengths in conceptual and material specialization. The curriculum supports professional training for the self-sustaining visual artist and provides the skills necessary for students to pursue an advanced degree in the arts. The curriculum in Crafts requires 122 credit hours.

A portfolio review is required for admission to the School of Art and Design.

Contact: Mark Avery

Coordinator of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
140 Art and Design Building, 333-6632,