College for Creative Studies, Detroit:
The College for Creative Studies, formerly known as the Center for Creative Studies, is one of the nation's leading arts education institutions. CCS is a private, fully accredited, four-year college located in Detroit, MI, offering Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in 12 studio majors, as well as Graduate Degree programs. The College provides a dynamic learning environment where students explore issues of art and design, and the culture in which they exist, while preparing for careers in the professional world.
Undergraduate & Graduate Degree Programs:
CCS offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in 12 majors and Master of Fine Arts degrees in two majors.
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees:
The B.F.A. degree requires completion of 126 credit hours: 84 in studio areas and 42 in general studies courses. In addition to coursework in their chosen major, first-year students will take courses in the Foundation Department, where they will study drawing, color theory, and basic design.
Students in all majors will also take courses in the Liberal Arts Department, designed to provide them with an understanding of the larger social and cultural context in which they live. Typical weekly schedules for full-time students comprise 24 studio hours and six academic hours.
Undergraduate Programs (BFA)
- Advertising: Copywriting
- Advertising: Design
- Art Education
- Entertainment Arts
- Fine Arts
- Graphic Design
- Interior Design
- Product Design
- Transportation Design
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Programs:
The two year MFA degrees in design and transportation design are terminal degrees that prepare students for leadership in the design industries. The MFA degree programs share core curricula, with variations in technology components, and the focus and content of industry sponsored projects.
The MFA degree requires completion of 60 credit hours. Students will experience the basic “Boot Camp” immersion required of MBA‘s as well as courses in marketing, within an environment steeped in business culture. The objective is to give students the tools and vocabulary necessary to think in business terms and to communicate effectively in the business world: verbally, in writing and through quantitative thinking. Learning will be applied and tested on team-based, client-sponsored projects in studio classes.
Graduate Degree Programs (MFA)
- Transportation Design
- Interdisciplinary Design
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