Degree Programs

Degree Programs

The degree programs in art are designed to meet a variety of student needs. Both the B.A. and the B.F.A. degrees include elective art courses that allow a student to concentrate in a particular media area or explore a range of artistic expression. See Degree Requirements and Course Offerings at left.

  • The B.A. is considered a basic liberal arts degree, easily combined with other degree programs in the college for purposes of obtaining a double major.
  •  The B.A. in Art History is structured for the student interested in museum studies or advanced work in art history or related fields.
  •  The B.F.A. is a professional degree program for students interested in a career in art and advancement into graduate programs in art.
  •  The B.F.A. with Teaching Licensure includes studio, art history and professional education courses leading to Kansas P-12 Art Teacher licensure.
  • The B.F.A. with Emphasis in Art History includes 30 hours of art history courses in addition to 62 studio hours designed to meet the needs of students desiring strong background in each area.

Students seeking a B.F.A. degree must apply for admission to the B.F.A. Program (sophomore level)