Raymond Kampf, Chair
David A. Hylton
Sarah A. Meyer
Crystal Yachin Lee
The Art Department offers two majors: a Bachelor of Art degree in Art History and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. The B.A. degree in Fine Arts Subplan/Option will be granted until the year 2017. The B.A. degree in Art History Subplan/Option will be granted until the year 2017.
The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design focuses on intensive work in art and design supported by a program of general studies, while the Bachelor of Arts in Art History focuses on the study of the history of art and design in the context of a broad program of general studies.
The Art Department is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. Total curriculum must include 60 units of upper division courses. A grade of C- or better is required in all major courses. Many courses offered by the department are available for the general university student.
All undergraduate and graduate students entering College of Environmental Design majors are required to purchase a computer that meets departmental specifications. All applicants are invited to check with their department office or go to the department's website to obtain these specifications. Financial aid for this computer purchase is available to students qualifying for Federal Student Aid (requested via the FAFSA application). Please contact the University's Office of Financial Aid (909-869-3700) for additional information.
Courses in Graphic Design are open only to declared graphic design or art history majors. Courses should be taken sequentially whenever possible.