The Bachelor of Arts degree provides a breadth of knowledge across different areas of study. Students can pursue up to three majors and up to three minors in a B.A. program.
Interdepartmental majors are available in some disciplines for students who are pursuing a B.A. and want to combine two disciplines or subjects into an interdepartmental concentration area.
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The College offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in dance, musical theatre, and studio art.
Admission to the Contemporary Dance and Musical Theatre programs is by audition only; these programs are highly competitive, and spots are limited.
Students generally apply to the Studio Art program after completing at least two studio art courses. Studio areas are ceramics, digital art, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry design, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and textiles. Each studio area has its own application process.
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The Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree is designed for students who have a wide variety of interests. Because B.L.S. students choose a broad concentration area rather than a specific major, the degree offers increased flexibility.
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The Bachelor of Science degree is a specialized degree that requires depth of knowledge in a specific area of study. Students can pursue one major and up to three minors in a B.S. degree program.
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