UBC Programs


Visual Art (Vancouver – BA)

Location: UBC's Vancouver campus
Co-Op Option? Yes

Program Description:

The Visual Art program leading to a Bachelor of Art in Visual Arts allows you to select a Major or Minor option. Both BFA & BA develop the creative and intellectual potential of each individual student through the practice and study of drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, multimedia, and digital media. The BA combines a focus on visual art practice with a broad range of complementary elective courses, leading to a variety of careers involving the making and understanding of art and visual culture, as well as to post-graduate studies in Art Education.

UBC Features:

The Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery is the home of the UBC Fine Arts Gallery, and houses the university art collection & archive.

Sample Courses:

VISA 350 – Intermediate Print Media I: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Image Production
ARTH 338 – Visual Culture in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution (1715-1830)

Related Links:

Visual Art

What can you do with this major after graduation?

Careers with Visual Art

Other programs you may be interested in:

Art History & Visual Culture (Okanagan)Art History (Vancouver)DramaCultural StudiesMedia StudiesTheatre: Design & Production (BFA)Theatre (BA)Visual Art (Vancouver – BFA)