The University of Lethbridge offers two routes for those wanting to pursue a degree in Art – the BA route through the Faculty of Arts & Science and the BFA route through the Faculty of Fine Arts. Whatever you choose, you can rest assured that you will study with gifted experts across a wide range of artistic genres, including professional artists and scholars.
B.A. (Art) students must take studio courses in drawing, painting, and sculpture, and can select up to four (12.0 credit hours) additional studios in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, computer art, video, installation art, performance art, audio art, or photo-arts.
Success in Art and Education has similar requirements including commitment, organization, creativity, and persistence.
The University of Lethbridge Bachelor of Arts (Art) is a broad, more general program with fewer required courses in your major. Students primarily interested in studio art can select any combination of drawing, painting, sculpture, photo-arts, printmaking, computer art, video, installation art, performance art, and audio art.
For course requirements in your program, check out a sample program planning guide.