Admission to the School of Art requires acceptance to Bowling Green State University. To find out more about applying to BGSU, please visit BGSU Admissions.
The School of Art offers two types of degrees: a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
The School of Art currently offers a BA in Art History as well as a BA degree in Art with specializations in:
Admission to the BGSU School of Art as a BA degree candidate does not require a portfolio review. Only full acceptance to the University is required.
The School of Art offers Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees in:
- Two-Dimensional Studies (Drawing & Painting, Photography, Printmaking)
- Three-Dimensional Studies (Ceramics, Glass, Jewelry & Metals, Sculpture)
- Art Education (2-Dimensional Studies, 3-Dimensional Studies)
- Digital Arts (2D and 3D Animation, Digital Imaging, Interactive Multimedia)
Admission to the BFA degree is competitive, but does not require a
Portfolio Review for entrance into the School of Art.
Prospective students wishing to pursue a BFA degree in the School of
Art will be admitted as pre-BFA students and will be fully admitted to
the School of Art without a Portfolio Review. Students will take the
Art Foundations courses their Freshman year,
and they will be required to pass a Portfolio Review during Spring
semester of their Freshman year. Click here for more information about the BFA
Portfolio Review for current School of Art students.