Department of Art & Art History

BA in Studio Art

The BA in Studio Art degree is ideal for students who are passionate about art but also want to take advantage of additional academic courses of study across the university. The flexibility of the BA degree allows students to combine the study of art with a major or minor in other fields within the College of Liberal Arts or other Auburn University Schools such as Education, Business, or Communication. The BA degree in Studio Art prepares students for advanced study in studio art, a broad range of art-related careers, or professions in which an understanding of art, aesthetics, and visual design is important.

Coursework

In addition to 35 hours of art studio work and 15 hours of Art History, BA students complete the university core curriculum (41 hours), take two semesters of a foreign language, and fulfill 19-21 hours of elective credit, which can be used to take additional courses within the department or to fulfill requirements for a double major or minor in another subject.

Internships

BA students are also encouraged to gain professional experience through internships at local, regional, and national arts institutions. Recent students in the Department of Art & Art History have been selected for prestigious internships at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, The Phillips Collection, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.

BA Studio Faculty

Barb Bondy
Drawing and Fundamentals
Allyson Comstock
Drawing and Fundamentals
Zdenko Krtic
Painting and Drawing
Wendy Deschene
Painting and Drawing
Jeffrey Lewis
Painting and Drawing
Barry Fleming
Painting, Drawing, Ceramics
Chuck Hemard
Photography
Christopher McNulty
Sculpture and 3D Design

Additional Resources

Department of Art & Art History Advisors
CLA model of the BA Curriculum in Art
Department of Art & Art History Courses

Last Updated: September 05, 2017