Serving over 700 majors, the School of Art and Design is the largest unit in the College of the Arts. The School continues to grow by offering students a BFA program in Digital Animation as well as new concentration areas of study in Illustration, Sequential Art and a BAT in Apparel Textiles Technology. Further, the School recently signed an articulation agreement with ESA St. Luc Brussels, providing opportunities for student/faculty exchanges and coursework.

BFA students concentrate in Ceramics, Graphic Communications, Illustration, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, Sequential Art, or Sculpture, and receive a solid classical foundation while exploring contemporary styles, methods, and materials. The Applied Arts programs (Graphic Communications, Illustration, and Sequential Art and the BFA in Digital Animation) prepare students for creative jobs in various industries. Art History students experience visual culture from a range of periods, regions and contexts. Art Education leads to K-12 teacher certification, and offers classroom experience early in the program.

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