A student may earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, or Bachelor of Arts degree, by majoring in one of the six departments that constitute the College of Communication and Fine Arts. The following is an outline by department of all majors and concentration areas offered by the departments in the College of Communication and Fine Arts.
A minimum grade of "C" is required in every course applicable toward a major or minor.
Every student should be aware that the mere completion of courses with a minimum grade of "C" does not guarantee classification as a major or minor in the discipline concerned; the student must be recommended by the chair of the department in which the major or minor is sought. If, in the opinion of the chair, the quality of the student's work is not high enough, additional work, the repetition of courses, or other evidences of superior scholarship may be required.
Credit in the College of Communication and Fine Arts may be granted for validated learning from experience or non-traditional instruction. Guidelines for this procedure may be obtained in the office of the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Requirements
- In ARCHITECTURE
- In ART
- In INTERIOR DESIGN
- In THEATRE
Bachelor of Music Degree Requirements
- In MUSIC
- In MUSIC INDUSTRY
Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements
These hours are in addition to the University General Education Program requirements.
- Foreign Language: 6 hours in a single foreign language at or above the 2000 level or equivalent