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Bachelor of Arts
Fine Art: 3D (B.A.)
As a student in the 3D emphasis, you will be taught basic ceramics and/or sculpture skills. These skills include throwing, hand-building, mold-making, assemblage, and figure modeling. You will create a portfolio of work preparing you for a lifetime of involvement in the arts. The portfolio will include exhibiting your work in galleries, seeking commissions, creating 3D works for personal enjoyment, or pursuing graduate schooling.
Fine Arts 3D
Think, Design, Conceptualize
The Bachelor of Arts degree is designed to provide students with experiences in a range of visual arts and knowledge of contemporary and historical artists. It will also prepare students for success in one of several disciplines within the visual arts, including Photography, Two-dimensional Art, and Three-dimensional Art.

As a student in the 3D emphasis, you will add a new dimension to your thinking. The classes you take will give you hands-on experience in creating and innovating. The 3D experience will help broaden how you think, design, and conceptualize.

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Fine Arts have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Fine Artist
You will create original works of art using a variety of materials and techniques for sale and exhibition. Fine artists may sell and exhibit their work in galleries, art fairs, museums, and other venues.
By obtaining an art education degree, you will be able to teach art in a K-12 setting. To teach in a higher education setting, a graduate degree is required. Alternatively, you may choose to create your own business centered around teaching classes on specialized or general topics, which would not require an education degree.
Customize Your Career
If you have a specific direction or specialty that you wish to pursue, faculty will work with you in developing that direction. Many art careers combine a variety of disciplines/interests including selling art in galleries, creating commission work, working for artists, teaching workshops, creating instructional videos, working in the entertainment industry, etc.

Getting Started in this degree

If you are interested in Fine Arts with a 3D emphasis, start with one of the following major-specific courses

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