The Interdisciplinary Art and Design program is only offered at the undergraduate level. Students pursuing the degree understand the non-verbal language of art and design in terms of artistic principles and application, can organize visual elements both rationally and intuitively according to understood artistic principles and are familiar with the major achievements in the history of art and visual culture. Students interested in pursuing an AB degree in Interdisciplinary Art and Design must first submit work through the portfolio review process. Learn more about the portfolio review process by which undergraduate students apply to their area of emphasis here.
The program requires 27 hours in coursework in art and design beyond the studio art core coursework (Area VI of the core curriculum). Additionally, the AB degree in Interdisciplinary Art & Design requires the choice of one of two focus tracks: