Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Drawing Critique


The Undergraduate Programs in Visual Arts at Western University are an exciting context for learning, creative action, and innovation. The programs combine the study of art history and theory with lively, contemporary art production. Our commitment to integrating art theory with studio work from the very beginning of the program sets us apart from other schools.

Note: All studio courses require materials, the majority of which must be provided by the student. Information on approximate expenses for each course can be obtained by consulting the Department. All studio courses have limited enrolments with priority given to students in Visual Arts degree programs.

Our Undergraduate Degrees


  • Honors Bachelor of Arts (Four-Year) 20.0 required courses
  • Honors Bachelor of Fine Arts (Studio Arts) (Four-Year) 20.0 required courses
  • Bachelor of Arts (Four-Year) 20.0 required courses
  • Bachelor of Arts (Three-Year) 15.0 required courses

The Degree Structure:

Approved Module Combinations for Degrees


Students choose appropriate Visual Arts modules for each degree type:

Visual Arts Modules

Please note that you will be adjudicated according to the program requirements as they were at the time you did your Intent to Register. 
If you have any questions regarding this, please consult with an Academic Counsellor in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.