The Bachelor of Arts in Humanities is uncomplicated in its structure, allowing you great flexibility in coursework. Art can be used as a concentration in the Humanities degree, which will show on your diploma and transcript. The degree requires eight courses in art, plus five courses in a secondary discipline, for a total of 39 credits. See the Academic planning guide (PDF) for specific requirements, or schedule an appointment with your advisor.
Students from any major may take art courses as electives. These courses can compliment your area of study and provide a rich undergraduate experience. We ask our students to take risks and embrace open-ended inquiry, leading to a deeper understanding of the world.
Courses offered at the art studios include: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, 2D design, 3D design ;and a variety of art history courses.