This handbook is a reference guide to the program requirements for completing a degree in studio art, art history, or design.
It is important that students meet with their department advisor each semester to ensure their plan of study is on track and meeting their educational objectives.
There are many different types of facilities and resources to support student coursework, independent research and cultural engagement on the Notre Dame campus and in the surrounding region. Exhibitions, performances, films and many other cultural events all serve to enrich the artistic and intellectual life of the local community.
A listing of recognized student clubs and organizations that may complement an art degree major or minor for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Graduate and undergraduate students may apply for numerous funding opportunities to support their coursework, special projects, and career advancement. Below is a partial list of funding sources and support services on campus to help fund research projects, summer internships, and professional development.
Career counseling and career development services, self-assessments, workshops, presentations for academic departments, career fairs, and mock interviews, in addition to other services.