Online Schools Offering Fine Arts Degrees
Fine arts degrees provide students with training in particular artistic skills, such as photography, painting, drawing, creative writing, and printmaking. We list 23 online fine arts programs, available through 2 schools. Yearly tuition for these program ranges from $0 to $20,450. Our online student reviewers report a 28 percent average recommendation rate for their fine arts schools, with recommendation rates ranging from 28 to 28 percent.
|Annual Earnings (mid-career)||--||--||$46,130||$56,450||$75,857|
Graduates of fine arts degree and certificate programs have spent many hours learning the history and practical skills of their craft. Fine arts programs put an emphasis on studio time, which means students spend their class hours producing works in their particular fine arts area, whether it be painting, photography, film, or another area. Bachelor's programs in fine arts usually have optional thesis components, while master's programs require the thesis. In a fine arts thesis, students work for a year or more on a piece of artistic work that showcases what they have learned in the degree. Fine arts degrees can be good preparation for careers as a practicing artist, designer, gallery worker, or arts teacher.
Accredited Online Colleges Offering Fine Arts Degrees
|School||Annual Tuition?||Recommend Rate|
|International Academy of Design and Technology Online||$12,600||50% (4 reviews)|
15 Programs, 2 in Fine Arts (view all)
|Academy of Art University Online||$18,050||29% (14 reviews)|
112 Programs, 21 in Fine Arts (view all)
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