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Associate of Fine Arts Degree Program

The Associate of Fine Arts degree program at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College offers a range of options for students who want to pursue careers in visual arts. General education and program course requirements have been selected to ensure that our students acquire appropriate credits that transfer easily to most BFA and Art Ed. programs at four-year schools.

Courses in Business, Computer Graphics, and Mathematics are included to prepare students for career options that may include self-employment as creators and purveyors of art, crafts, and services related to fine and applied arts. In addition, our students enjoy the unique opportunity of studying the arts of Anishinaabeg culture including beadwork, traditional dress, and ceremonial regalia. A variety of art electives are available to satisfy the creative interests of students enrolled in all programs at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.

Upon completion of the Associate of Fine Arts degree program:
– Students will be able to communicate clearly and creatively through visual arts mediums and technologies.
– Students will be able to apply artistic principles and critical thinking to facilitate visual communication.
– Students will be able to employ craftsmanship, materials mastery and technical skill to produce professional, quality artworks.
– Students will be able to identify the contributions of world and regional cultures in the evolution of contemporary visual arts.

For Further Information

To receive more information about the Associate of Fine Arts degree program or general Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College information, contact:

Admissions Office
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
218-879-0808
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Associate of Fine Arts Degree Required Courses

The current degree program planner checklist of required courses is available for viewing and printing here.
Degree requirements and course are subject to change. Students should consult with an advisor/counselor when registering for courses.