Fine Arts Studio bachelor of fine arts degree

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Overview

The BFA program in fine arts studio has been renamed studio arts and now includes additional areas of study. Students interested in studying ceramics, expanded forms, furniture design, glass, metals and jewelry design, printmaking, painting, or sculpture should refer to the BFA program in studio arts and contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for additional information.

Industries


  • Performing and Fine Arts

  • Fashion

  • Design

  • Museums

  • Retail Stores

Typical Job Titles

Fine Artist Studio Artist
Sculptor Art Teacher
Photographer Gallery Owner/Assistant
Art Auctioneer Advertising Director
Mural Artist Caricaturist
Art Buyer Print Maker
Greeting Card Artist Art Exhibit Coordinator
Silkscreen Artist Exhibit Designer
Museum Curator Book/Magazine Illustrator
Custom Printer Retoucher
Art Director (book, editorial) Creative Director
Courtroom Artist

Latest News

  • August 6, 2018

    Melanie and Steve Shapiro pose for a photo wearing sweatshirts with the logo of their newest company, Token, on the front of it.

    Inventors develop ring to combat cyber threats

    Husband-and-wife entrepreneurs and RIT graduates Steve and Melanie Shapiro are celebrating the success of their third start-up, Token, an identity technology company that manufactures a biometric, encrypted ring with a fingerprint sensor with two-factor authentication.