The Art Department offers the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts With Teacher Certification, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, and Master of Science (Art Education). Emphasis is on studio art in ceramics, fibers, graphic design, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.
Advanced study level, to support studio applications as well as historical studies.
The following LC classification range descriptions represent areas of concentration for art:
NB (Sculpture): History (Study and teaching. Competitions); Designs and techniques; Special materials; Motion, color, etc.
NC (Drawing. Design. Illustration): General; Study and teaching; Technique; Special subjects of drawing (e.g., human figures, landscapes, etc.); Graphic art materials; Drawing for reproduction. Illustration. Selectively collected categories: Commercial art. Advertising art; Special subjects (e.g., professions, politics, etc.); Copying, enlarging, and reduction.
ND (Painting): Study and teaching; Special subjects (Human figure painting; ); Technique and styles; Materials and methods; Examination and conservation; Watercolor painting; Illuminating of manuscripts and books (Modern illuminated books).
NE (Print Media): Printmaking and engraving; General. Portraits; Printmaking materials and instruments; Wood engraving. Woodcuts. Xylography; Metal engraving; Etching and aquatint; Serigraphy; Monotype (Printmaking); Lithography; Printing of engravings. Selectively collected categories: Miscellaneous (e.g., lumiprints, stationary, etc.); Photomechanical processes; Copy art. Copying machine art.
NK (Decorative Arts. Applied Arts. Decoration and Ornament): General; Exhibitions; General works (e.g., technique, preservation, etc.); Decoration and ornament. Design; Alphabets. Calligraphy; Ceramics; Glass. Selectively collected categories: Interior decoration; Tapestries. Wall hangings; Other arts and art industries (Costume; Enamel and other arts; Glyptic arts; Metalwork. Jewelry; Textiles; Woodwork).
TR (Photography): The following categories are selectively collected: General. History; Materials, supplies, etc.; Processing; Studio and laboratory; Lighting; Applied photography; Cinematography; Industrial reproduction; Photomechanical processes.
TT (Handicrafts. Arts and Crafts): Metalworking. Selectively collected category: General. History.
Primarily English language material. Selected materials in other European languages.
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