Total Units Required: 120

A student works on shaping a piece in the glass blowing studio.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts offers two options and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

The option in art studio. This is a professional degree designed to give students more intensive studies within eight studio concentrations including ceramics, drawing, digital media, glass design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The BFA program develops the understanding and advanced specialized skills for professional practice and to meet entrance requirements to graduate schools.

The option in interior architecture. The interior architecture program provides a professional degree in a four-year curriculum. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in the interior design/interior architecture profession. The interior architecture curriculum emphasizes both the theoretical and the practical, from concept to articulation.

The goal is to provide students with a design education that is well-rounded and applicable to the next generation of interior architecture professionals. Courses encompass design theory, design history, human behavior, critical thinking, problem-solving, building technologies, codes and life safety, communication skills, and professional values.

While structured as a four-year program, transfer students will need to plan to be enrolled for six semesters to successfully complete the program.