Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art

The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art degree is considered a pre-professional course of study. The program differs from a traditional Bachelor of Arts degree in the increased number of courses and the rigors of upper-level course work. The BFA degree helps prepare students for professional careers in art or for graduate study. An internship program is available that allows selected students to gain experience for credit in several art-related fields.

The program offers concentrations for drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography and art history. To receive Florida state teacher certification, students should consult with UT's Department of Education or see the academic catalog for additional course requirements.

Concentrations

  • drawing
  • ceramics
  • painting
  • sculpture
  • printmaking
  • photography
  • art history

Career Opportunities

  • art director
  • art teacher
  • artist's representative
  • ceramist
  • exhibition designer
  • framer
  • furniture designer
  • illustrator
  • painter
  • printmaker
  • photographer
  • sculptor
  • book illustrator
  • calligrapher
  • exhibit designer
  • architecture model builder
  • display/set designer