BFA Moving Image
The Moving Image concentration focuses on creative and alternate approaches to both experimental and documentary forms of filmmaking. The program includes production courses, seminars, and independent study in film, video and digital animation. Video courses encourage the use of electronic media as a tool for personal expression. Animation is considered in the broadest sense of single-frame motion design, synthesizing multiple approaches and techniques. Screenings of work by nationally and internationally recognized artists introduce students to a wide variety of formal and conceptual concerns. On the introductory level, basic production and editing skills are emphasized, while advanced students are encouraged to deepen their experience through directed projects.
To earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art degree from UIC, students need to complete University, college, and school degree requirements. The Art Degree requirements are outlined below. Students should consult the College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts section for additional degree requirements and college academic policies.
A portfolio review is required prior to acceptance as an Art major.
|BFA in Art Requirements||Hours|
|First Year Program||24|
|General Education and Foundation Courses||33|
|Art Major Requirements||61|
|Electives outside the Department of Art||10–11|
|CC 120—UIC First Year Dialogue Seminar
(Required of new freshmen only)
|Total Hours—BFA in Art||129|
*New freshmen are required to complete CC 120—First Year Dialogue Seminar for one hour. These students will complete 10 hours of electives for the BFA in Art. All other students complete 11 hours of electives for the BFA in Art.
A complete sample course schedule for a BFA may be found here »