The Queens College Art Department offers major programs in three areas: art history, studio art, and design. It offers a Master of Fine Arts (MFA), a Master of Arts in Art History (MA), a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art (BFA), a Bachelor of Science degree specializing in design (GD), a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Art History, and a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Studio Art that provides part of the necessary background to become a teacher of art in secondary education (K–12). All of these programs are well-grounded within the framework of a liberal arts curriculum. To apply, please contact the Queens College Admissions Office. Program information can be obtained by contacting the Art Department. Requests for transfer credits will be evaluated by appropriate department faculty.
In the Media
MFA Social Practice graduate Sol Aramendi receives 2015 Blade of Grass grant, April 2015
Brooklyn Rail interview with QC Artist and Professor Glenn Goldberg, April 2, 2015