Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art
A Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art provides you with a wide range of opportunities, from earning your Teacher Certification to an emphasis in Digital Media Studies. While participating in the program, you will have the opportunity to study an array of artistic styles in areas of drawing, painting, and digital media. You will also gain some background in certain areas of sculpture, printmaking, digital design, and photography.
Designed With You in Mind
Our program offers small class sizes, beautiful facilities with multiple resources, and the opportunity to exhibit your work in the university showroom. In addition, as a student in this program, you will have the opportunity to visit various art galleries and museums in the DFW Metroplex. A faculty of distinguished artists who are dedicated to providing the individual attention you need to develop as a professional artist will guide you throughout your time as an art student.
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120 credit hours (4 years)
Plan Your Future
Because of the diverse job market in today's society, it is an exciting time to pursue a degree in the Creative Arts. Many companies have adopted new technology and business models, several of which seek creative workers. At Tarleton State University, students develop the skills and talents necessary to be at the forefront of their field.
The Department of Fine Arts sponsors two student exhibits a year - one at the end of each semester. There is also a student-run gallery that is organized by the Tarleton Art Society. In addition to the regular exhibits, student work is displayed in several parts of the building.
Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:
- Mock interviews
- Texan Shadow
- Resume assistance
And much more!
- Equip each student with the necessary tools and values that they need to succeed in the evolving economy
- Help students learn to be self-motivated, hard working, and adaptable to the changes and possibilities of their environment
- Offer our students the opportunity to work in a beautiful, state-of-the-art fine arts facility; the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center
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|ARTS||3331||Art History of America|
For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.
Plan Your Future
The Department of Fine Arts is largely located in the Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center. We host many special events for the campus community including recitals, concerts, music festivals, plays, musicals, and gallery exhibitions, as well as performances and demonstrations by visiting artists. Art Students have the opportunity to share some of their work in two all-student exhibitions in the Gallery.q1
The Tarleton Art Society is a student-run organization that brings together like-minded individuals from various academic disciplines to promote artistic knowledge. Each year there are a wide range of activities hosted by this organization, including fundraisers, mural painting, field trips, and workshops. For more information about the Tarleton Art Society or how to join, contact Tim Harding, Faculty Advisor.
Every semester the Department of Fine Arts holds a number of Brown Bag Lectures coinciding with the gallery exhibit during the lunch hour; here, artists visit and lecture about their experiences and work. All are welcome to bring their lunch and learn about our visiting artists' work.