Wright State University

The Department of Art and Art History offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees with areas of concentration in art history and/or studio art. The B.A. degree is designed for those students who wish to combine a liberal arts education with their studies in art. The department also offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree with concentrations in painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. There are B.F.A. degrees offered with an art education component and a B.F.A. degree which allows students to receive a certificate in graphic design after completing courses at nearby Sinclair Community College. These degrees are designed for students who have decided to pursue a more intense professional program in studio art. Many graduates of these programs are successful applicants to graduate schools. Because self-expression and self-learning are the ultimate goals of the grogram, students are largely responsible for determining the options that best meet their individual needs and interests.

In the studio area, studies begin with introductory courses in drawing, sculpture, and photography. These ... [ Read All ]


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Wright State University, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Phone: 937.775.2896
Fax: 937.775.3049
Website: http://www.wright.edu/col

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Information For  Postgraduates

The School of Graduate Studies is a "one-stop" customer-oriented center for all persons interested in graduate study at Wright State, as well as for current graduate students.

The School of Graduate Studies had a total enrollment of over 3,350 students in the fall quarter of 2006, almost half of them part-time. In addition, 517 students were enrolled in the Schools of Medicine and Professional Psychology. The School of Graduate Studies offers five Ph.D. programs, 43 master's degree programs, and one post-master's educational specialist degree program through Wright State's colleges and schools.  

Information For  International Students

The Mission of the University Center for International Education (UCIE) is to act as a catalyst for international education at Wright State University and facilitate an environment where students, faculty, and staff have increased opportunities to gain international understanding through learning and experience.
The University Center for International Education seeks to achieve its mission by serving as the focal point of international education on Wright State’s campus by:
Coordinating the efforts to recruit, admit, and advise international students and scholars and assist them in achieving academic and personal success.
Promoting cross-cultural understanding by developing and coordinating exchange and study abroad opportunities for Wright State University students, faculty, and staff.
Collaborating with academic departments and global partners to internationalize the curriculum and seek external funding to support new international initiatives.  

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For further information about the Art & Art History Department and programs,
send email to Art_ArtHistory@wright.edu.