BFA in Art & Technology

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Our Art & Technology Bachelor's of Fine Art program consists of four years of undergraduate study in Eugene. We believe in an integrated approach that synthesizes the values of fine arts with new methods and practices offered by technological innovation and broad interdisciplinary engagement.

These traditions of visual research within the arts are at the core of our approach and are a remarkable standpoint from which to explore and engage the ever-changing and multifaceted territory of media culture.

I am a recreational liar. I am a compulsive crocheter. by Lauren Seiffert, BFA

BFA in Art & Technology Terminal Project Exhibitions

Degree Requirements

  • 118 total credits in the major
  • Core Studio ART 115, ART 116 or ARTS 288, and ART 233
  • ARTD 250, ARTD 251, and ARTD 252
  • Six History of Art and Architecture courses
  • Issues & Practices, fall/winter/spring
  • BFA Terminal Creative Project credits
  • Upper-division studio credit selected from advanced studios
  • Senior Terminal Project Year Requirements:
    • Issues & Practices, fall/winter/spring
    • 400-level advanced coursework
    • Terminal Creative Project

General Education Requirements for the BFA Degree:

  • 36 credits of UO Gen Ed group-satisfying courses
  • 8 credits (2 courses) of multicultural courses
  • Language or Math/Science Requirements:
    • Two courses, WR 121 and either WR 122 or 123 (or equivalents), passed with grades of C minus or better, or P, are required for all undergraduate degrees
    • One year of college-level second language (or equivalent proficiency) or one year of college-level math/CIS (or equivalent proficiency)

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