Bachelor of Fine Arts – Lighting

Undergraduate BulletinBachelor of Fine Arts – Lighting


The curriculum model shown here represents the minimum coursework required for this program. It is expected that students meet with both their Arts Advisor and their General Education (DLA) Advisor regularly to ensure the correct coursework is attempted and completed. Any transfer coursework must be evaluated by the appropriate office before it may be applied to your UNCSA transcript and degree requirements, and will be reflected in your DegreeWorks profile.

BFA Degree Total 126 credits
DEP Course Total 96 credits
General Education Course Total 30 credits

General Education requirements:
3 credits FYS 1100: First Year Seminar
3 credits ENG 1200: Writing About …
3 credits HUM 2101: Self, Society, and Cosmos
3 credits HUM 2102-2112: Paths to the Present
3 credits Natural Science/Mathematics requirement (fulfilled by MAT or SCI class)
3 credits Literature/Writing requirement (fulfilled by LIT or WRI course at 2000 or 3000 level) LIT 29XX recommended
3 credits Social/Behavioral Science requirement (fulfilled by HIS or PSY class)
3 credits Humanities/Fine Arts requirement (fulfilled by any of the following areas of study: ARH, ARM, HUM, and THH classes as well as Dance, Music, and Film history provided that they are accessible to all students, and an Arts Course different from Major area)
6 credits General Education courses (two 3-credit hour courses from among any of the following areas of study offered in the Division of Liberal Arts, including ARH, ARM, COM, FRE, GER, HIS, HUM, ITA, LIT, MAT, MST, PHI, PSY, SCI, THH, WRI, or available classes in the Schools of Dance, D&P, Drama, Filmmaking, or Music). ARH, ARM, THH recommended
NOTE: ARH 1000 not recommended for General Education option for DEP students

Students must consult with advisor for course selection.

Arts elective credits may be fulfilled using any course offered through the School of Design & Production or School of Filmmaking.