The Department of Art offers degrees in Art, with a minor in Digital Arts.

The Department also offers an Honors in Art program, which is designed to further develop students’ critical, analytical, and technical skills, and is suited to those pursuing graduate school and/or exhibition careers. Honor students will be given access to a studio space for the academic year.

The minor in Digital Arts allows students to receive hands-on experience with current software tools, creating and sharing digital media art projects, developing an appreciation of digital media aesthetics and conceptual design, and learning the fundamentals of desktop video, audio, and Web authoring software applications. Students examine how digital culture evolves through interdisciplinary collaborations among artists, engineers, scientists, and scholars.

Course work touches on areas of social networking, video/audio podcasting, interface design, digital music, telematic performance, intelligent agents, virtual realities, artificial life, and ubiquitous computing.



Headed by an internationally distinguished faculty, the Graduate Program offers a rigorous, interdisciplinary environment for training in the visual arts.  The three-year MFA program comprises a series of core and elective classes in production, theory, and contemporary issues.  
The Department of Art in the Claire Trevor School of the Arts takes a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary view of contemporary art practice.  With an emphasis on experimentation and innovation, the Department of Art is viewed as a leader in genres addressing cultural identity and emerging technologies
Minor in Electronic Art + Design
The minor in Digital Arts at UC Irvine provides opportunities to explore creativity through forms of digital media. The program is open to students from all areas of UCI who want to acquire a working knowledge of how work using digital media is conceived, constructed, and performed.
Review the UCI Course Catalogue for the Department of Art.