Art & Design (Penny W. Stamps School of)
Not a concentration program
The Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design (A&D) offers (1) 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; and (2) a bachelor of arts (BA) in Art & Design that is an appropriate degree for students who want a rigorous education in art and design with the flexibility of a liberal arts education. Joint degree programs with LSA provide opportunities for students whose educational goals include undergraduate degrees in both LSA and A&D.
Dual Admit. The Stamps School of Art & Design offers dual admission to entering students who wish to pursue two degree programs. Dual admission allows students the freedom and ease to explore the educational opportunities of more than one discipline beginning in their first year of enrollment.
Cross-Campus Transfer. The Stamps School of Art & Design requires that prospective cross-campus transfers meet first with the Admissions Coordinator for the School and then with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Undergraduate Education for a portfolio review. Successful applicants will also have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and at least 30 credits of coursework.
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