B.F.A. in Integrative Studio Practice

Earn a B.F.A. in Integrative Studio Practice

Students who pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Integrative Studio Practice have the flexibility to study with a dual emphasis in the areas that interest them most. These highly individual and tailored degrees allow artists to create works that incorporate elements from more than one discipline and develop critical thinking skills, refine their intellectual and creative processes, and learn both traditional and contemporary aspects of artistic practice. A wide range of studies, careful counseling, and individual goal setting help students achieve their objectives.


This program meets the educational requirements as mandated by the National Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).

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Plan of study

This is the distribution of the 125 credit hours required to complete the B.F.A. in Integrative Studio Practice degree. Please refer to the degree map below for more details.

  • General Education Core Requirements (30 credits, may include H101 and H102)
  • Foundation Studies (20 credits)
  • Art History, Theory, and Criticism (15 credits, H101, H102, and H103, plus 2 Art History electives)
  • 200 Level Studio (6 credits)
  • 300 Level Studio (12 credits between 2 areas)
  • 400 Level Studio (12 credits between 2 areas)
  • Drawing III and IV (6 credits)
  • Studio Electives (21 credits)