Coordinator: Mia Hall
The bachelor of fine arts in art / applied design track is for students especially interested in the study of traditional arts and crafts representative of the South Central Region of the United States with particular emphasis upon craft practices within the State of Arkansas. These disciplines include Ceramics, Furniture Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry. The Applied Design program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
Students who complete the BFA in Art / Applied Design Track are prepared for entrepreneurial opportunities, associations with practicing artisans, production and marketing of arts and crafts, and further study at the graduate level. Students who complete the bachelor of fine arts in art / applied design track degree will contribute to the established communities of artisan craftsmen throughout the United States.
For a complete list of degree requirements for the BFA in Art/Applied Design Track as well as course descriptions, you can view a PDF version of the Undergraduate Catalog at this link.
Note: No grade less than C will be accepted in any art course required within any art major or minor. The undraped human figure is a significant subject within the studio art and art history curriculum.
BFA in Art Questions?
If you have any questions about the BFA in Art Program or its application process, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow at least 72 hours for a response.