BA and BFA in Studio Art
Students come to Brooklyn College to pursue work in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, and Digital Art. The department offers a suite of studios and workrooms including state of the art digital labs, a pristine printmaking studio, analog and digital photography labs, and naturally lit painting studios. In sculpture, we house woodworking, metal, and ceramic facilities.
• At the BFA level, additional seminars prepare students for a culminating senior thesis exhibition.
Learn more about the BA program HERE
Learn more about the BFA program HERE
BA in Art History
In addition to cutting edge research in art history, our students also benefit from taking art studio classes in a variety of media.
• Concentration in Early Childhood Art Education [link without explanatory text]
• Concentration in Digital Art
• Minors are also available in both Art and Art History
Learn more about the BA in Art History Program HERE
MFA in Studio Art
At the graduate level, the department supports work in media including Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, Video and Digital Art as well as cross disciplinary work. For graduate students, both group and private studios are available as well as access to all departmental facilities.
Learn more about the MFA in Studio Art Program HERE
PIMA program (Performance and Interactive Media Art)
PIMA is a collaborative MFA program offered as an interdepartmental degree. Courses from PIMA are available to the Art MFA students as electives.
Learn more about the PIMA Program HERE
MA in Art History
Study with internationally recognized art historians. Although the world is your oyster, we have particular strengths in Contemporary and Modern, Byzantine and Islamic, African, Ancient Greco-Roman, Renaissance and Baroque, and Architecture.
Learn more about the MA in Art History Program HERE
Advanced Certificate in Museum Education
The certificate in Museum Education trains Artists and Art Historians for careers in Museum Education. Students will learn various methods of teaching in museum environments, including the production of curricular materials. Tools used by museum educators, including new technologies, will be explored. Students will gain real-world experience and contacts to aid in future job placement. It is not only open to students who wish to earn the certificate on its own, but also to those in the M.A. Art History or MFA Art Studio programs and can be completed alongside those degrees. For more information, visit the Program Blog
Check out some of the alumni of our Museum Ed Program.