The B.F.A. Art — Studio Track prepares students for professional practices and is recommended for students who plan to attend graduate school. The degree provides a solid foundation in techniques and theory in focused areas of competence. Specializations include book arts, ceramics, drawing, drawing and printmaking combination, drawing and illustration combination, painting, photography, sculpture, and type and design. B.F.A. students choose one specialization to master and must complete an Exhibit/Seminar course.
The School of Visual Arts and Design offers a Studio track for both Art B.A. and Art B.F.A. degrees. Some differences between the Studio Track B.A. and B.F.A. are listed below:
The B.F.A. Art - Studio Track requires that students pass the Sophomore Portfolio Review.
If you are a current UCF student you can login to MyUCF and change your major to Art B.A. - Studio Track. Once you pass the Sophomore Portfolio Review that is held towards the end of February each Spring and the beginning of October each Fall, you will be given instructions for changing your specialization. The Registrar's Office provides a handout explaining how to change your major online.