Art is all around us -- and behind each piece of work is a story and a skilled artist.
The ACU Bachelor of Fine Arts is a studio-intensive course of study designed for students with a strong commitment to a professional future as graphic designers, studio artists and/or art teachers. You’ll develop a broad repertoire of skills through the study of painting, sculpture and printmaking, and build a solid foundation in the fine arts through coursework in design, drawing, art history and art theory.
You can further hone your skills by concentrating in one of these areas: art education, graphic design, painting, photography or sculpture.
Our goal is that you’ll leave ACU with an exceptional, professional portfolio, especially appealing if you plan to pursue an MFA after graduation.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
+ Major Requirements: 72 credit hours (Choice of 4 tracks)
+ Electives: 0 credit hours
= Total Required: 131 credit hours
|Department||Art and Design|
|School/College||College of Arts and Sciences|
You’ll take courses such as:
By design, so much of what fine-arts students do in the classroom is real-world experience: they paint, they draw, they sculpt, they design. Outside of these built-in and literally hands-on learning opportunities are several student organizations and co-curriculars including