The special studies in art program leads to the B.F.A. degree and is designed expressly for interdisciplinary study. The program is not automatically available; it must be mutually approved by the advisors in the various areas incorporated into the program. All applicants must undergo a personal interview and a portfolio review. In addition, a written proposal for the complete program of study is required, including specific courses and credits. Students are expected to complete the foundation program, and sophomores must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and a portfolio of superior caliber to be accepted. The decision to enroll in the special studies program must be made before the student accumulates 60 credits.
For further information and instructions for application, contact the Department of Art, 102 Shaffer Art Building, 315-443-4613.
Courses for Non-Art Students
Some studio and academic courses are open to non-art majors: