Careers in the arts are vibrant, varied and ever-changing.
Why Study Fine Arts?
At Columbia-Greene, Fine Arts students have the opportunity to lay the foundation for upper-level class work and a wide variety of careers in the Visual Arts. The art facilities at Columbia-Greene are among the best art facilities in the region, under accomplished faculty with real-world professional experience in the arts.
This course of study provides a foundation in computer graphics, animation, design, drawing, sculpture, and photography. It is designed primarily for students who plan to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree. Fine arts students will learn in the studio in a professional atmosphere.
The Fine Arts program encourages academically strong students to apply to the Honors Program, a challenging environment that enables highly motivated students to best develop their creative abilities and thus ensure their future professional success.
Transfer opportunities include, but are not limited to: SUNY New Paltz, University at Albany- SUNY, SUNY Purchase, SUNY Plattsburgh, The College of Saint Rose, Cazenovia, Rhode Island School of Design, Russell Sage, Skidmore, San Francisco Art Institute, Savannah College of Art and Design and Bard College.
|AR 107||Visual Arts-2D||3|
|AR 108||Visual Arts- 3D||3|
|AR 118||Figure Drawing||3|
|AR 119||Basic Drawing||3|
|AR ELE||Art Electives||9|
|EN 102||Composition and Literature||3|
|MA ELE||Mathematics Elective||3|
|SC ELE||Lab Science Elective||3|
|SL ELE||Social Science Elective||12|
|Liberal Arts Credits:||45|
|AR ELE||Art Elective||3|
|CE 101||College Experience||1|
|GN ELE||General Electives||12|
Note: Only CI 105 can be substituted for an AR Elective.