One other unit of art history at the 200-level or higher
One other unit of art history at the 300-level or higher
Students may be admitted into the B.F.A. program by presenting a portfolio of their work to the art faculty preferably in their sophomore or junior year. Acceptance into the B.F.A. program is based on an evaluation of the portfolio and the student’s previous performance in art and art history classes.
Once accepted in the B.F.A. program, students are expected to maintain the high quality of their work. They must acquire a minimum of a 3.25 grade average in their art courses in order to graduate with a B.F.A degree. The B.F.A. degree requires a minimum of 34 units for graduation.
All majors must take a three-course sequence in one medium or must propose a three-course related sequence.
B.F.A. candidates are required to participate in a junior review by department faculty and the senior art majors exhibition.