The Department of Art offers courses in both Studio Art (course code ART) and Art History (course code ARH), as well as three undergraduate degree programs, including a 30-credit Bachelor of Arts in Art History (Art B.A. with Art History specialization), a 42-credit Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (Art B.A. with selected Art Studio specialization), a 60-credit Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art (Art B.F.A. with additional Art History courses and a selected Art Studio Specialization), and a 58-credit interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Computer Graphics Imaging (Computer Graphics Imaging B.S.). B.A. and B.F.A. Studio Art majors select specializations, declaring one from these eight subplans: Ceramics, Computer Generated Imaging (CGI), Design, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, or Sculpture.
For information and advisement regarding Art History, contact Art History Program Director, Professor Herbert Broderick, Fine Arts-008, phone: 718-960-8885
For information and advisement regarding BA and/or BFA in Studio Art, contact Undergraduate Art Programs Director, Lecturer Janet Skolnik, Fine Arts-017, phone: 718-960-8258
For information and advisement regarding BS in Computer Graphics & Imaging, contact Assistant Professor Jonathan Ehrenberg, Fine Arts-009, phone: 718-960-6762.