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<ul id="tabs2"> <li><a href="#" title="tab1">Degree Overview</a></li> <li><a href="#" title="tab2">Degree Requirements</a></li> </ul> <div id="contents"> <div id="tab1"> <h2>Bachelors of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts Program Overview</h2> <p>The Bachelors of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts enables students to develop visual, conceptual, and creative abilities essential to their professional success.
An Associate of Arts Degree in Graphic Design is a 60-credit degree program in liberal arts with a concentration in graphic design.
This program is designed for individuals looking for a career in furniture-making and wood industry or an wood artisan.
This program requires students to move across disciplinary boundaries and also to become highly skilled in the craft of photography.
Students can focus their area of study in Graphic Design, Journalism, Multimedia Production, Documentaries or Activism.
Students learn to organize and communicate their creative vision in the ever-changing world of print, digital & interactive media.
The Advanced Certificate in Fine Furniture-Making is designed for students who want to continue their learning beyond their Certificate or Associates
This 30 credit certificate is designed to be completed in 2 semesters of full time work, or 4 semesters of part time work.
An Associate of Arts degree in Craftsmanship and Design with a concentration in Woodworking and Fine Furniture Making
The Fine Arts major is designed to provide broad foundations in the arts as well as the opportunity to focus in one area