Steven J. Peters, Dean
Davis Hall, Station 6663
telephone: (205) 665-6663
fax: (205) 665-6658
The mission of the College of Fine Arts is to prepare students as visual artists, performers, musicians, arts educators, and communication scholars and practitioners. The College provides instruction and cultural experiences fundamental to the liberal education of Montevallo students, as well as aesthetic enrichment for the citizens of central Alabama.
The College of Fine Arts offers curricula in art, communication studies, mass communication, music, and theatre leading to the following degrees:
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)
- Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
These curricula offer a wide choice of emphases, from broad general education and limited major-area study to specialized and concentrated study in the major area. Information about academic programs, as well as degree plans showing a suggested course of study for each major within this College, are available on the University’s website.
Bachelor of Arts
In addition to the General Education curriculum, students seeking the Bachelor of Arts degree must complete the second-year course sequence in French, German, or Spanish.
Bachelor of Science
Students seeking the Bachelor of Science degree must complete a total of 18 or more credit hours in mathematics and science.
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Students seeking the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree should refer to the specific General Education requirements outlined under the Department of Art or the Department of Theatre sections.
Bachelor of Music
Students seeking the Bachelor of Music degree should refer to the specific General Education requirements outlined under the Department of Music section.
The University of Montevallo is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).