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Visual Arts (B.F.A.)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in visual arts is a professional degree that equips students with expertise in their area of focus that will better prepare them for graduate school and employment opportunities as an artist within creative industries. The areas of study for this degree are ceramics, digital arts, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, 3-D design and fabrication.

This is the preferred degree for those intending to go on for graduate studies in art. This program is competitive and only accepts a limited number of students. Students can apply for the program through the Visual Arts (B.F.A.) special application process.

The degree has 78-credit-hours in studio art and art history coursework with particular focus in one area of study. The semester before beginning senior year (90-credit-hours), students are required to pass senior review.

During the last semester of the senior year, students must have a senior capstone exhibition, and produce their senior exhibition.

What Can You Do with a B.F.A. in Visual Arts?

Check out the many career opportunities available to art majors; some may require additional education beyond the bachelor's degree. 

Study Abroad Opportunities

International study greatly expands your knowledge of other cultures and their art and can be the most effective and rewarding way to satisfy foreign language requirements. UNG has a wide range of these opportunities. More information can be found at the Center for Global Engagement.

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