What’s a Fine Arts College? 🧐🧐🧐🧐

What's a Fine Arts College? 🧐🧐🧐🧐

What’s a Fine Arts College? 🧐🧐🧐🧐

Bachelor of Fine Arts:

If you get a BFA, or Bachelor of Fine Arts, the majority of your undergraduate education will consist of practical studio work instead of more traditional lecture or discussion classes. For example, a typical BFA program might have students in fine arts courses 2/3 of the time and general education courses 1/3 of the time. 

Bachelor of Art: 

a BA, or Bachelor of Art, is the most common undergraduate degree – most people with BAs didn’t study fine arts. If you choose this type of degree program, it just means that you’ll take more general education courses than if you chose a BFA. For example, you might spend 1/3 of the time in fine arts courses and 2/3 of the time on general liberal arts studies.

Once you choose your degree type, you’ll most likely have to choose an arts specialty. This is like a major that helps you hone in and excel within a particular field or area. Many fine arts colleges have a wide variety of specialties to choose from, including acting, musical theater, ceramics, computer animation, creative writing, dance, sculpture, and drawing (just to name a few).

The standard fine arts school only offers degree programs that focus on, well, fine arts. But you can also get the BA in fine arts, or even a BFA, at some liberal arts colleges or universities

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