Do you want to study business, but feel a traditional business program would limit your opportunities to study other interests? Down in Miami, the International University of Art & Design offers quarterly art and design scholarships to new students with a 2.5 GPA or higher and financial need. The Auburn Department of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art where students can concentrate in ceramics, painting & drawing, printmaking or sculpture.
The University of Toronto is Canada’s largest university and offers a very broad range of courses in the humanities and social and physical sciences, as well as professional programs in medicine, engineering, architecture, dentistry, social work and teaching.
St Bride’s came under the control of the London County Council in 1922 and was renamed the London School of Printing and Kindred Trades; in 1949 it was merged with the LCC School of Photoengraving and Lithography, forming the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts.
The Guild and Technical School opened in Clerkenwell in the same year, but moved a year later to Bolt Court, and became the Bolt Court Technical School; it was later renamed the London County Council School of Photoengraving and Lithography. The University is the leading provider of short courses on creative subjects with around 20,000 students across the academic year, from 159 countries, aged 10-82. In 1985, the Philadelphia College of Art and the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts merged to become the Philadelphia Colleges of the Arts, and gained university status as the University of the Arts in 1987. The entire path for over 40 years of the University of Arts has been a systematic growth path for the specialties, also the implementation of the Bologna Card in the recent year had it’s own importance. Brown University, in Providence, established in 1764, offers bachelor’s in arts and science.
Instead of a business degree with a few arts electives, you’ll earn a Bachelor of Arts with 2 areas of expertise: your Arts major and practical business courses including accounting, management, economics, marketing, entrepreneurship, ethics, and communication.