Explore Other Majors

Based on your interests, UW-Stout also offers a number of Bachelor of Science (BS) majors that share some of the same features as the BFA’s.
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The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA’s) majors at UW-Stout are professional degrees that prepare you for a myriad of creative careers and opportunities. In addition to the six below BFA’s, UW-Stout also offers a number of Bachelor of Science (BS) majors that share some of the same features as the BFA’s. The list below is provided as a guide to help you choose the best and most fulfilling major for your skills and interest at UW-Stout. 

Entertainment Design

  • Applied Social Science
  • Video Production
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Digital Marketing Technology 
  • Professional Communication and Emerging Media

Game Design and Development

  • Computer Science - Game Design and Development 
  • Professional Communication and Emerging Media 
  • Video Production 
  • Information and Communication Technologies 
  • Computer Networking and Information Technology

Graphic Design and Interactive Media

  • Applied Social Science 
  • Computer Science - Mobile App development 
  • Graphic Communications 
  • Professional Communication and Emerging Media 
  • Retail Merchandising and Management 
  • Video Production 
  • Information and Communication Technologies 
  • Digital Marketing Technology 
  • Packaging 

Industrial Design

  • Apparel Design and Development 
  • Applied Social Science 
  • Business Administration 
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Packaging
  • Psychology 
  • Retail Merchandising and Management 
  • Construction 
  • Graphic Communications 

Interior Design

  • Applied Social Science 
  • Construction 
  • Real Estate Property Management 
  • Retail Merchandising and Management 
  • Human Development and Family Studies 

Studio Art

  • Applied Social Science 
  • Art Education 
  • Psychology

If one of the above majors catches your interest, the next step is to learn more about that particular program. You can find a complete listing on the Majors & Minors page. Finally, to officially declare or change a major, you’ll want to visit the Advisement Center in Bowman Hall Room 11. For more information visit the Declaring a Major, Minor, or Concentration page.