BFA in Art: Sculpture
Students studying sculpture mix traditional forms (bronze, aluminum, wood and steel) and unorthodox molds (latex, plastic, ice and even butter). They enjoy nearly unlimited access to the studio and individual attention.
Sculpture majors benefit from modern facilities and contemporary equipment. The most recent addition to the Art Department was a sculpture studio, which includes an industrial-quality casting foundry.
Students pursuing a BFA with an emphasis in Sculpture are required to complete 15 credit hours in art history, 64 credit hours in studio courses and three credit hours writing a BFA thesis.
Advanced standing in the BFA program normally is granted after a student submits an application and has his/her work reviewed by the faculty. This process takes places one year prior to graduation.
If you plan on majoring in art, dance, music, or theatre, you must complete a portfolio review or audition as part of your application to Webster.