Bachelor of Arts in ART (Non-Teaching)

UW-Platteville Art Students

Bachelors of Arts in ART (Non-Teaching)

The Art Program at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville is dedicated to high quality instruction in curricula emphasizing visual art creation, art theory, art criticism and art history. The Bachelor of Arts in Art (non-teaching) is constructed to provide students with the fundamental background and specialized knowledge needed for analysis, understanding and creation of visual art. The program provides a broad knowledge in art needed to prepare students for careers as professional artists and designers. Students in the Bachelor of Arts program may pursue studies in the studio arts emphases of drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, metals, woodworking, sculpture, fiber arts or multimedia design. Students from this program will build a well-defined professional portfolio and our undergraduates often seek admission into graduate schools after completing their undergraduate degree.

Art Studio Courses

Sample Studio Courses
  • Sculpture One: Basic
  • Sculpture Two: Intermediate
  • Sculpture Three: Advanced, Materials and Techniques
  • Ceramics One and Two
  • Advanced Ceramics
  • Crafts One: Fibers and Fabrics
  • Drawing Three: Figure Drawing
  • Drawing Four: Intermediate Drawing
  • Print Making One and Two
  • Painting Three: Figure Painting
  • Studio Art Course Planner