Majors and Programs

The College of Fine Arts is committed to serve students, the University, community and region through a broad range of artistic and cultural opportunities. These reflect both the diversity and heritage of the arts. Numerous concerts, recitals, stage productions and art exhibitions are presented throughout the year. A variety of classes, music ensembles and drama productions are available to the University and community, both during the daytime and evening hours. Degree programs provide backgrounds in the fine arts and career-oriented professional training. Curricula are continually evaluated and revised to reflect the best in contemporary educational thought and changing career opportunities. In addition to the Bachelor of Science (BS) and Bachelor of Arts (BA), the College of Fine Arts awards the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), the Bachelor of Music (BM) and the Bachelor of Music Education (BME). The BME qualifies students to teach in either choral or instrumental music (grades K-12).

 

Art

Majors

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art with an emphasis in:

Minors


Digital Filmmaking

Major


Communication

Majors

Minors

Master of Arts Program


Music

Majors

Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in:

Minors

  • Fine Arts
  • Music
  • Music Composition
  • Music Technology
  • Piano


Theatre

Majors

Minor


Endorsement Areas/Minors for Licensure