For students who are interested in more than one art/design discipline, or who are just as passionate about their Liberal Arts and Sciences courses as they are about their studio courses, Interdisciplinary Studies allows students to pursue a defined course sequence that explores a specific theme, topic or discipline (minor) or a series of self-directed elective courses in a second studio area (Interdisciplinary Concentration).
Artists Community and Teaching (A.C.T)
The ACT Program allows eligible BFA students to major in one area and minor in either Teacher Credential Preparation or Community Arts Engagement. Students choose ACT coursework as part of elective options based on their consultations with Department Chairs or faculty advisors and the ACT Coordinator. Students take 14-18 credits depending on their major and their selected ACT concentration.