A List of Arts Schools

The National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) gives a long list of Arts courses that students can take. But, those lists can be confusing. In this article we will review the schools offering these courses to help you decide which Arts courses you should take to get your Bachelor’s degree.

The Integrative Art Movement. This Arts school offers four pre-professional degrees in arts including fine arts, art education, visual arts, and filmmaking. The university’s emphasis is on a flexible curriculum which is compatible to people who have a lot of time to work, or work on their own schedule. You can finish any of the four degrees at any time you like, as long as you complete all the requirements for each degree.

Performing Arts. The School of the Arts at the University of California offers professional degrees in performing arts. They offer Bachelor of Arts, Master of Fine Arts with a Masters of Fine Arts, and a Master of Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Science in the arts. It is a well-respected program that provides a versatile study of fine arts and music.

Digital Media Arts. The San Diego Center for the Arts has this pre-professional arts program. Students will get an Associate of Arts in Visual Communications, Associate of Arts in Graphic Communications, Associate of Arts in Video Communications, and an Associate of Arts in Visual Communications with a Certificate of Achievement. They offer Bachelor of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, and a Master of Fine Arts with a Bachelor of Science in the arts. All these arts degrees have many options such as the certificate, diploma, and associates and bachelors degrees.

African-American Arts. The University of Central Florida offers several arts degrees. They offer BFA with Arts with a certificate. BFA is a bachelor of fine arts degree, MFA is a master of fine arts degree, and a BFA/MFA with a certificate is an associate of fine arts degree.

Alphabets. The Alphabets at Georgia Institute of Technology offers online degrees in music, theater, and the visual arts. Their Associate of Arts degrees include an English Arts degree, an Arts and Letters degree, and a Visual Arts degree.

Visual Arts. The School of Visual Arts is a pre-professional arts program which offers Associate of Arts in Painting, Associate of Arts in Sculpture, Associate of Arts in Drawing, and Associate of Arts in Photography.

SF. The Scripps College of the Art Institute offers courses such as Visual Studies, and Visual Arts. They also offer Associate of Arts in Art and Design. Online students can take their Bachelor’s degree at any time with the same flexibility.

Visual Communication. The School of Visual Arts offers Associate of Arts in Visual Communication, Associate of Arts in Photography, and an Associate of Arts in Photography. The Associate of Arts in Visual Communication can be completed at any time while the others can be finished at the start of the semester.

Fine Arts. The University of California, Los Angeles offers a variety of Arts programs including the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, and an MFA with a Certificate in Fine Arts. Associate of Arts degrees can be taken at any time, but they must be taken before you can begin your Bachelor’s degree.

Chicago Schools. The Chicago Institute of Arts has a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts with a certificate, Bachelor of Fine Arts with a bachelor of fine arts, and an Associate of Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. There are many other choices for these Arts degrees.

Chicago’s Schools. There is many other Chicago Schools including the Music Institute, Sculpture Institute, Design Institute, Painting Institute, Printmaking Institute, Fine Arts, Music Technology, Studio Theatre, School of Visual Arts, Costume Institute, Opera Institute, Theater Institute, and Film Institute.

A List of Arts Schools
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