Explore the broad expanse of majors and minors offered through the College of Arts & Humanities.

You may also learn more about Lander’s programs of study and course offerings in the Academic Catalog.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

This is a liberal arts studio degree which allows students the flexibility to pursue a minor or a double major in addition to their art general studio emphasis.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

This is a liberal arts degree which allows students to earn K-12 teaching certification in art education while pursuing a studio art degree.

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B.Des.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

The degree provides students with the tools, skills, knowledge, and experience to express creatively and develop ideas through the latest design technologies.

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B.F.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

A standard professional studio art degree, the BFA in 2D Studio allows students to work towards mastery of 2D art making techniques and materials, including drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and/or mixed media.  This degree prepares students for graduate school or a career in studio art.

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B.F.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

A standard professional studio art degree, the BFA in 3D Studio allows students to work towards mastery of 3D art making techniques and materials, including ceramics, sculpture, and/or mixed media.  This degree prepares students for graduate school or a career in studio art.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

Lander's English majors delve into English, American and world literature, exploring the history and fundamental aspects of literature, writing and language.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

The Professional Writing emphasis includes a selection of specific English courses particularly useful to students who plan careers in professional settings. The emphasis prepares students to enter any field in which they would like to write professionally.

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B.A.
Undergraduate | Certificate
Main Campus

The teacher certification option blends education courses with the English curriculum to prepare students to enter the classroom, equipped with the skills needed to successfully shape the next generation of learners.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

The Humanities major provides students a broad, highly individualized, and multidisciplinary curriculum that provides them the essential critical thinking and communication skills they need to succeed in graduate school and the modern workplace.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

This versatile program prepares students to become effective communicators through the written word and voice, as well as through traditional and innovative media technologies.

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