The B.A. in Art, Media, and Design offers a general curriculum which identifies and promotes continuing contact with the enduring values of our artistic heritage and the application of these values to the future. The educational aim of the department is to provide, through individualized instruction, a broad foundation in studio art practice. The curriculum emphasizes fundamental artistic concepts through problem solving and experimentation in studio courses. 

Three areas of concentration are offered: 1) A Studio Art concentration designed to develop artistic skills and abilities in painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and digital imaging; 2) A Media Art concentration designed to develop artistic skills and abilities in photography, digital photography, video, and web art; and 3) A Graphic Art concentration designed to develop artistic skills and abilities in primarily two-dimensional intermedia forms, focusing on the following areas: photography, drawing, printmaking, text, digital imaging, web art, the graphic novel, and the artist book and poster.

Liberal Studies Requirements 84 hours
​Major Requirements 20 hours
​Major Concentration Requirements  ​56 hours
​Open Electives 32 hours
   ​Total hours required   192 hours