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Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art

Create your own vision of success

Here’s where you need to be if you plan to create for a living or help others learn to create – the extra emphasis on studio courses with the BFA in Studio program will give you the tools you need. It’s an intense program designed to help you develop not only technical expertise, but also a solid commitment to artistic quality and enhanced creative judgment.

During junior year, you’ll present current examples of your work to the faculty to be accepted into the Senior Show BFA coursework for senior year. You’ll have the opportunity to shine your senior year via participation in the Senior Show, which culminates in a one-person exhibition in Loyola’s Collins C. Diboll Gallery.

With the BFA in studio art, Loyola students have excelled in obtaining their Masters of Fine Art degree at some of the most prestigious universities in America. Many of our graduates are working exhibiting artists both locally, nationally and internationally. This degree has prepared many others for starting their own gallery.

Designed to help students develop not only technical expertise, but also a commitment to artistic quality and enhanced creative judgment. Fine Arts majors have the opportunity to exhibit their work in Loyola’s Collins C. Diboll Gallery. Course work includes painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, digital arts, photography, and art history. This major prepares students for life as a professional artist or for graduate studies in art.

  • In this program, you must take at least six advanced elective courses in a combination of discipline areas such as painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, digital arts, photography, and art history.
  • 120 credit hours to complete degree. See Degree Program Course Listing »
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