The University of the Arts offers a wide range of undergraduate degree programs through our six Schools and our Division of Liberal Arts. In addition to those programs, undergraduates can take advantage of a number of enriching Academic Opportunities, including our Honors Program, many Study Abroad options, and internships and other experiential learning opportunities.
Programs include Craft & Material Studies, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, Photo + Film Media and Photography.
Programs in the School of Design include Graphic Design and Industrial Design.
Programs include Animation, Film + Animation, Film + Video, Film Design + Production, and Photo + Film Media.
Programs include the new BFA in Game Art, Illustration and Design, Art + Technology.
Students in the College of Art, Media & Design meet in Core Studies studio courses to create, explore and experiment.
Emphasizes interdisciplinary thinking and collaborative processes as a cross-university curriculum for all undergrads.
Earn a master's degree in Arts Education, Museum Studies, Visual Arts, Music or Industrial Design.
Choose from Game Design, Typography, Web + Mobile Design, Photography, Book Arts, Figurative Illustration and others.
This concentration offers CAMD students a chance to explore another career option.
The School of Dance's groundbreaking curriculum prepares students for the professional world of dance.
Acting; Directing, Playwriting + Production; Film Design + Production; Musical Theater; and Theater Design + Technology.
Jazz and American contemporary music are the foundations of the University's School of Music.
Choose from Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology, Music, Musical Theater or Music Education.
A strong foundation in the Liberal Arts is the cornerstone of a University of the Arts education.
The BFA in Creative Writing provides an unmatched opportunity to focus on the craft of writing in an inspiring and unique artistic environment.
BA program combining studio courses in film, animation and writing with intensive study of the history, aesthetics and social implications of film.
Minors include Creative Writing, History of Visual Arts, Philosophy & Religion, and Screenwriting.
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