BXA-School of Art - Carnegie Mellon University

BXA

Collectively the Bachelor of Computer Science and Arts (BCSA), Humanities and Arts (BHA), Bachelor of Science and Arts (BSA), and programs are grouped under the single heading of BXA IntercollegeDegree Programs.

The BXA curriculum has three main components: general core requirements, fine arts concentration requirements, and either humanities / sciences / computer science concentration requirements. BXA students have equal access to School of Art courses. Each student's course of study is structured so they can complete this rigorous hybrid program in four years.

General education, university and major concentration requirements for the BXA Interdisciplinary Degree Programs can be found on their website at: http://www.cmu.edu/interdisciplinary

Bachelor of Humanities and Arts Degree (BHA)

Bachelor of Science and Arts Degree (BSA)

Bachelor of Computer Science and Arts Degree (BCSA)

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APPLICATION, DEADLINES, REQUIREMENTS

Students applying to a BXA program must be admitted to both colleges contributing to the hybrid degree.

VISIT

bxa advisors

BHA & BSA Academic Advisors:
M. Stephanie Murray
msmurray@andrew.cmu.edu

Mark Cato
mdcato@andrew.cmu.edu

BCSA Advisors:
Academic:
M. Stephanie Murray
msmurray@andrew.cmu.edu

Faculty Advisor:
Golan Levin, golan@andrew.cmu.edu