The general studio specialization allows students to explore the different media of art and design and tailor a program to their particular needs: medical illustration, advertising, gallery management, graduate study in art therapy, or other career options that incorporate more than art and design.
This program offers the diversity that many students in art need as they enter today's creative fields.
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Bachelor of Arts, General Studio Specialization
Total Degree Requirements: 120 credits
University Core Curriculum: 30 credits
(3 covered by AD 100A or B, 6 by AD 207A, B, or C Introduction to Art History)
Art and Design Requirements: 72 credits
Electives: 18 credits