Working in close consultation with a faculty advisor, students in this BFA major design a course of study that bridges two or more traditional areas in the visual arts. This degree is designed for students whose natural interests and curiosities lead them beyond the borders of a single major. Students must identify a primary and secondary area of focus, such as Graphic Design and Printmaking or Sculpture and Photography. The course of study should direct the student along a path of exploration, experimentation and synthesis.

For more information on declaring this concentration, please refer to the A+D Student Handbook​​.

Updated 10-2-20