Degrees offered: B.A. Studio, B.A. Art Education, B.A. Art History, B.A. Graphic Design, B.F.A Studio Art, M.A. Art Education
Studio Areas: Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture
The B.A. degree programs in Studio Art, Graphic Design, and Art History require the completion of 120 total hours to graduate. The B.A. in Art Education requires a total of 127 hours, and the B.F.A. requires 130 hours. The B.F.A. is an extended degree because its intention is to combine the studio intensity of art schools with a broader university experience. In their final year, BFA students are assigned individual studio spaces in which to prepare for their senior exhibition.
The Department of Art and the UNI Gallery of Art offer a new interdisciplinary Museum Studies Certificate for students interested in working as museum and gallery professionals. Learn more here:
At UNI, our focus is on undergraduates.
You will learn from professors who are successful designers, artists and scholars with national and international reputations. No art classes are taught by teaching assistants.
From computers, kilns, presses and cameras to gear for welding, woodworking and metal fabrication, UNI has the tools and equipment to make your vision a reality. The Department of Art provides state-of-the-art technology in its computer labs. Every other year, all computers are replaced with the newest models and software is updated regularly.
The Department of Art awards scholarships up to $6,000 to incoming freshmen and upper level students.
At UNI, we connect students with the world of art and design!
Each year, we invite many professional artists, designers and scholars to visit
campus and present lectures, workshops and critiques. There are also excellent opportunities for internships and study abroad.