Undergraduate programs - visual arts
The Department of Visual Arts offers four programs that respond to a variety of student's interests and needs: a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), a Major in Visual Arts, as well as a Major and a Minor in History and Theory of Art.
The four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and the Major in Visual Arts are geared to original forms of expression associated with artistic production in the new millennium. While maintaining the traditional disciplines (drawing, painting, sculpture and photography), the Department also extends its teaching to new technologies (media arts). These programs are composed of practical (studio) and theoretical courses (in the History and Theory of Art) that encourage both creation and reflection on the Visual Arts.
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
- Major in Visual Arts
- Major in History and Theory of Art
- Minor in History and Theory of Art