- Sculpture majors have the opportunity to learn using a broad range of contemporary materials and techniques and hone an expansive set of skills. Courses range from the traditional sculpting processes (welding, casting, and woodworking) to new media (video, installation, sound, robotics, and 3D printing).
- Interdisciplinary opportunities are available through the department to students of other majors, such as engineering students enrolled in the Introduction to Sculpture class.
- The Artist Survival Skills course provides students with real-world business practices to guide them as they forge their paths after graduation.
- Sculpture students pursue successful careers as professional artists, theater set designers, small business owners, educators, film editors, and fabricators.
- All sculpture BFA students are granted access to studios and all the tools. The sculpture facilities encompass 10,000 square feet of studio space. Individual studio space is provided for both graduate and undergraduate sculpture majors.