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Office of the University Registrar

2005-06 Undergraduate Catalog

Overview

College of Fine Arts


College of Fine Arts

Established: The college began in the School of Architecture in 1925 and became its own college in 1975

Location: Fine Arts Building A, Room 101

Phone: 352-392-0207

Accredited: National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) and National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST)

Programs: Baccalaureate, masterís and doctoral degree programs

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music

Divisions:

Visual Resources Center: A facility of visual resources of more than 200,000 slides, photographs and study prints for use by the college and university faculty and students for presentations or lectures

Libraries: In addition to the main university library, there also are libraries for Architecture and Fine Arts, and Music

Academic Advising

Scholarships

Digital Worlds Institute

Computer Requirement. For specific information for a degree program, consult an academic adviser in that degree program.

Student Organizations

Majors, Specializations, Minors

Major/Specialization Degree Credits Minor
Art BA 120 No
Ceramics
Drawing
Electronic Inter-media
Painting
Printmaking
Sculpture
Art Education BA 133 No
Art History BA 120 Yes
Creative Photography BFA 120 No
Digital Arts and Science BA 120 No

Dance BFA 124 Yes
Graphic Design BFA 120 No
Music BM 120 No
Composition
Music in Combination with Outside Field
Theory
Performance-Instrumental, Vocal
Music BA 120 Yes
Ethnomusicology
History and Literature
Theory and Composition
Music Education BM   No
Choral
Choral/Keyboard
Instrumental
137
136
138
 
Theatre, General BA 120 Yes
Theatre Performance BFA 124 No
Acting
Costume Design
Lighting-Technical Design
Music Theatre
Scene Design
Visual Art Studies BA 120 No