The Integrative Studio Practice Program* allows students to combine two studio disciplines that, cumulatively, are the equivalent of one major.
The flexibility of this program enables you to pursue studies in ceramics, drawing, furniture design, painting, photography, or printmaking to achieve objectives specific to your individual, artistic goals. These goals are established through careful counseling with Herron faculty and staff, and each student is assisted in setting up a well-coordinated, diversified program of fine art studies. Though this degree track is less traditional, opportunities following graduation are equivalent to those of students identifying with a single program.
* The name change from "General Fine Arts" to "Integrative Studio Practice" is currently in progress.