Undergraduate

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Art, BS


The Bachelor of Science program in Art, Pleasantville campus, offers courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, digital art, ceramics, and art history. Advanced inter-media studio courses facilitate experimentation with materials and foster dialogue across artistic disciplines. Our signature Learning Community courses encourage students to link artistic production with topics in other fields, including literature and philosophy.

In small classes that allow for a high degree of individual attention, you will be taught by a faculty of internationally recognized professional artists and seasoned educators who are committed to fostering an active learning environment. Field trips, visiting artist presentations, and close student advisement augment lectures, demonstrations, readings and studio assignments. Given our proximity to New York City, you will have the opportunity to learn firsthand from current exhibitions in galleries and museums. The Choate Gallery, our Pleasantville campus gallery, exhibits faculty and student work and exhibitions with a thematic focus.

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Undergraduate Students

Apply OnlineTo begin the application process you may either apply online or download our application for undergraduate admission. Follow all steps (pay the $50 application fee, write an essay, send transcripts, recommendations, and standardized test scores) and submit your application.

 

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