The Bachelor of Science degree requires 60 credits in Liberal Studies and 60 credits in Professional Studies.
Through the B.S. program in Art Therapy, the student gains proficiency in studio art and develops an extensive background in psychology, enabling her to prepare for graduate work in art therapy, leading to accreditation as an art therapist. All methodology courses in Art Therapy are taught by a registered art therapist.
Students in Art Therapy may also complete the School of Arts & Sciences program for initial Teacher Certification: Visual Arts Grades K-12 (see Art Education for Teacher Certification: Visual Art K-12 requirements)
All Art Therapy majors should include the following among the 60 credits in Liberal Studies: