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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

The sculpture major is introduced to various traditional sculptural forms: modeling, carving, woodworking, and casting. At the intermediate level, majors take studios with a wide range of media, including clay, plaster, wood, stone, glass, metal, and plastics. Welding equipment, a power tool shop, and a foundry for metalcasting are available facilities. At the advanced levels, students work on independent projects in materials and forms that meet the needs of their personal style and direction. These forms may range from a cross-section of sculptural activity to include such nontraditional forms as earthworks and installation art.


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that our Architectural Engineering Technology programs is one of only six baccalaureate programs in the country accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).