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Art BA Program

B.A. in Art

Art students work on drawing in Belmont's rose garden

This major offers the same areas of study as the BFA in Studio Art (ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture) within a broader liberal arts context. It is designed for students who are interested in combining a focused study in studio art practices with a minor in another academic area such as Art History, Psychology, or Entrepreneurship.  A Bachelor of Arts in Art degree includes foundation study, some specialization in studio arts, and a broad foundation in art history. One component of the Bachelor of Arts degree is the completion of a foreign language requirement. The flexibility of this program allows students in the visual arts to direct the path of their professional development in ways that are best suited to their unique goals, interests, and skills.