The School of Art & Design (A&D) offers an innovative media-rich and intellectually challenging bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degree that integrates traditional techniques with contemporary technologies and provides extensive opportunities for exhibition, community engagement, and international study. Joint degree programs with LSA provide opportunities for students whose educational goals include undergraduate degrees in both LSA and A&D.
Fall and winter academic terms, A&D offers studio courses designated for non-majors, some on Central Campus, some in the A&D facilities on North Campus. Art Design Perspectives courses are academic courses that count for Humanities or Interdisciplinary LSA credit as indicated below and are open to non-major registration. In addition, all other A&D studio courses are open to non-major registration after the last day of scheduled Wolverine Access registration appointments.
Courses in the School of Art & Design are listed in the Schedule of Classes under the School of Art & Design. Descriptions may be found on the A&D web site www.art-design.umich.edu.