Department of Art & Art History

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Faculty Exhibition: viewers with Jeanne Quinn's work
Faculty Exhibition: viewers with Jeanne Quinn's work


The Department of Art and Art History offers 5 undergraduate degrees and 3 graduate degrees, which allow students to explore their interests and refine their skills in Art History, IMAP (photography, digital media, video, integrated arts), Ceramics, Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice, Printmaking, and Painting and Drawing.

The department also collaborates with Film Studies to offer joint programming. Undergraduates may pursue the BA or BA/MA in art history, a BA or BFA in studio art, or a BA/MA in Film Studies. Graduate students enroll in the MA in Art History program, MFA in Studio Art program or MBA/MA program. Additionally, in collaboration with the Film Studies Program, the Department of Art and Art History offers a Filmmaking MFA Track. The undergraduate internship program provides students the opportunity to gain professional experience in museums, not-for-profit arts organization, and working directly with professional artists. The Visiting Artist and Visiting Scholars Programs complement the department’s course offerings by bringing several renowned artists and scholars to campus to speak and meet with students each semester.

BA in Art History (B.A.A.H.)
BA in Studio Art (B.A.S.A.)
BFA in Studio Arts (B.F.A.)
BA and MA in Art History (B.A.M.A)
BA and MA in Film Studies (B.A.M.A)
MA in Art History
MFA in Studio Arts