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Top 4 Undergraduate Pathways in Arts 2019/2020

Undergraduate pathway classes are designed to build confidence and skills for international students. These classes are the beginning of the college journey. Completing such a program can successfully put students closer to their dreams of earning a college degree.

What is an undergraduate pathway in arts? An arts degree can encompass several different forms, including music, theater, or fine arts such as photography, painting and sculpting. Some programs will allow students to form an overview of the arts, while others are more specific and designed to have students work in their medium and create a portfolio. The history of art and art appreciation are common classes to take in the beginning of studies. Then, learners branch out into their preferred major. Those who major in music often write and perform their own musical scores. Theater students perfect their stage presence, and painters may take classes in watercolor or visual composition.

Art degrees require creativity, which can a difficult skill to master. Undergraduate degrees offer the opportunity to practice applying creative designs in a structured environment. Organization is another important skill that all artists need to practice and master. Finishing a project from inception to completion boosts students’ project management skills.

The cost of tuition for an undergraduate pathway program changes. Factors that influence cost include where in the world the program is located and the length of time it takes to complete all the classes.

Arts degrees are usually very versatile beyond the usual actor or musician. An art director can manage an art gallery or work for a museum. Graphic designers can work independently or as part of a marketing team. Fashion designers create the styles people wear every day. Art therapists combine art and healing to work with troubled children. Many choose to teach others about their art through workshops as school art teachers or in college.

In the past, interested individuals had few options for earning degrees. Today, students across the world earn college credit by utilizing online platforms, which include video lectures, teleconferencing, discussion boards, and remote testing. To get started, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Drew University

International Year One in the Arts will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Drew University. Upon successful completion of Internati ... [+]

International Year One in the Arts will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Drew University.

Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your third year of undergraduate study at Drew University or at a number of well-known US universities. Progression is the transition from an INTO program to a university degree program.

Degree Program Components

4-Semester:

128 credit hour program 64 credit hours apply from Pathway 64 credit hours remaining toward a degree Course features Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university. Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers. Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway. Key course facts Course length: 2-3 Semesters Start dates: 2019: January, May, August 2020: January, May Fees: From $39,500 Class hours: 12-16 hours per week Class size: 20 Award: This Pathway program leads to a variety of majors in the arts, including art, art history, music, and theatre. Course options: 4-semester Pathway 5-semester Pathway Entry requirements Academic requirements: High school diploma with a US equivalent of a 2.5 GPA. English language requirements: From IELTS 5.0 or TOEFL 50 or equivalent Age requirements: 16 years and above. Interview required ... [-]
USA Madison
January 2020
Full-time
2 - 3 semesters
Campus
Kensington and Chelsea College

This exciting and challenging one-year course will prepare you for applying to highly competitive degree courses. The course is structured in three parts, each building u ... [+]

Whatever your interests or ambitions, we offer an exciting range of fashion courses in our dedicated department, taught by specialist fashion professionals.

Our excellent links with Higher Education fashion and textiles courses in the London Area means that we can help you prepare a successful fashion course application.

Many of our students have progressed onto Higher Education, successfully set up small businesses, or gone on to work within the fashion industry. We have a reputation for the high standard of work produced, and entry to our courses is often competitive.

We cater for beginners through to the very experienced, aiming to be as flexible as possible to meet individual needs. Acceptance onto all our fashion courses is by individual interview. Where appropriate you will be asked to bring examples of your work. At interview we can build a personal study programme taking into account your existing skills and time available.... [-]

United Kingdom London
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Full-time
35 weeks
Campus
OCAD University

As a student at OCAD University, you benefit from hands-on studio learning, small class sizes and being in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada. You have access to state ... [+]

Undergraduate Pathways in Arts. Fine Arts at OCAD University

Besides fine arts, visual arts, digital media, and design, you can also take rich courses in humanities, business and science. The combination is empowering. Through it, you begin to see, make, think and do things differently. You gain incredible insight and skill — everything you need to take on the world.

Through our Fine Art programs you can explore the following:

Animation Art history Colour and 2D design Computer coding Creative writing Curation Drawing English Fabrication Global visual and material culture Illustrative concepts Indigenous sculpture Jewellery Nature and culture Painting Photography Physical computing Printmaking Textiles Time-based media Wearable art ... [-]
Canada Toronto
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Full-time
1 year
Campus
HIC Hertfordshire International College

Our vibrant School of Creative Arts offers an inspiring and supportive environment in which to start your journey towards a creative career. Our film, media, design, visu ... [+]

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Our vibrant School of Creative Arts offers an inspiring and supportive environment in which to start your journey towards a creative career. Our film, media, design, visual arts, music and art therapy courses are all led by talented artists, experienced lecturers and industry experts.

We'll help you develop your creative curiosity by putting the latest technology at your fingertips, including 3D printers, a motion capture studio, a construction and carving workshop, jewelry benches, sound control rooms, darkrooms and post-production suites.

Design encompasses and touches virtually every aspect of our daily lives. As a designer, your creative decisions will determine the shape, look, feel and scope of the 'products' that people will buy and consume as part of their daily lives.... [-]

United Kingdom Hatfield
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Full-time
3 years
Campus