College of Arts and Architecture
Dr. Royce Smith, Ph.D., Dean
Undergraduate Programs Available:
- B.A. and B.F.A. in Art
- B.A. in Environmental Design
- B.A. and B.F.A. in Film and Photography
- B.A. in Music
- B.A. in Music Technology
- Bachelor of Music Education
The College of Arts & Architecture includes the School of Architecture, the School of Art, the School of Film & Photography, and the School of Music. Shakespeare in the Parks, a theatre outreach performance company, is also affiliated with the College. The College houses the offices and production studios of Montana Public Broadcasting System and MSU's public television station, KUSM. The curriculum provides for baccalaureate degree programs with majors in Architecture (Environmental Design), Studio Art (Ceramics, Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Painting and Drawing, Printmaking, and Sculpture), Graphic Design, Art History, Art Education K-12 Broadfield Option, Film, Photography, Integrated Lens-Based Media, Music, Music Technology and Music Education.
A Master of Architecture, Master of Arts in Art History, Master of Fine Arts in Art and Master of Fine Arts in Science and Natural History Filmmaking degrees are offered at the graduate level.
All College of Arts & Architecture students take a spectrum of humanities and science courses to provide depth and substance to their artistic explorations, as well as foundational coursework in their first year of study.