Art and Design (B.F.A.) - Sculpture Concentration

The B.F.A. concentration in Sculpture (SCL) majors explore contemporary trends and historic movements in art. This may include performance art, video, installation art, and more traditional processes of metal casting and welding or working in plastics, stone, wood carving, or fiberglass. Students learn techniques and skills necessary to work in the appropriate mediums needed to develop their personal aesthetic. Emphasis is placed on what it means to be a professional artist and on focusing the student’s goals for after graduation.

For more information about the program, please visit https://artdesign.buffalostate.edu/sculpture

Sculpture Required Courses (21 credit hours)
FAR 240INTRODUCTORY SCULPTURE3
FAR 341INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE I3
FAR 342INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE II3
FAR 343ADVANCED SCULPTURE1-9
FAR 343ADVANCED SCULPTURE1-9
FAR 343ADVANCED SCULPTURE1-9
FAR 440SENIOR STUDIO IN SCULPTURE3-6
Interdisciplinary Courses (21 credit hours)
DES 220CERAMICS I3
DES 250WOOD DESIGN I3
FAR 102DRAWING II3
FAR 220INTRODUCTORY PHOTOGRAPHY3
FAR 230INTRODUCTORY PRINTMAKING3
FAR 345FIGURE MODELING3
FAR 364ART SINCE 19403
or DES 317 DESIGN IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Interdisciplinary Electives (9 credit hours)
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