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The LSU School of Art offers Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts programs with concentrations in digital art, graphic design, and studio art, and a Master of Arts in Art History. Tracks in studio art include the areas of ceramics, painting & drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The art history program at LSU is interdepartmental: the undergraduate program in liberal arts lives within the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, and the graduate program and art history faculty live within the College of Art & Design’s School of Art.
Visit the School of Art
The best way to figure out if the School of Art is right for you is to see for yourself. We encourage interested students to visit the school and meet the director and area coordinator of your program of interest. Tours can be arranged by contacting Student Services. Our counselors will facilitate and schedule a time for you to tour the school or the department you are interested in visiting.
Freshmen, transfer students, undergraduate international and re-entry students should apply to LSU Undergraduate Admissions. Prospective graduate students, degree and non-degree seeking, and prospective international graduate students should apply to the LSU Graduate School and to the LSU School of Art program of their choice. For information about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, visit LSU Financial Aid & Scholarships.
So you’re interested in applying to the LSU School of Art. Now what? Read up on admissions procedures and the program of your choice and contact our faculty counselors who will guide you through the next steps.
Want to know more? Send us your address and specify your area of interest, and we will send you more information about the LSU School of Art in the coming weeks.
School of Art
220 Design Building Building
College of Art & Design
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803 225-578-5411