A Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is a calibrated undergraduate degree for students seeking a professional education in the visual Arts and design. This Course will provide an all-around Art & design education to become a versatile Artist and communication design professional. As compared to other fields & fraternities of professional education, BVA’s stand better scope of growth and that too from the commencement of the career journey.
Our BFA students learn to make a career out of what they love doing. Post the degree they usually become
- Digital Designer
- Visualizing Professional
- Art Professional
- Craft Artist
- Art Museum Technician
- Art Conservator
- Art Director
Course Duration: FOUR YEARS (FULL TIME) PROGRAM
In 1961, Lee Iacocca, vice president and general manager of Ford Division, had a vision. His vision was a car that would seat four people, have bucket seats, a floor mounted shifter, be no more than 180 inches long, weigh less than 2500 pounds, and sell for less than $2500.00. Out of this vision, the Ford Mustang was born. After many months of meetings, discussions and market surveys, funding was finally approved for the Mustang in September of 1962. On March 9, 1964 the first Mustang rolled off of the assembly line. Only 18 months had elapsed since the Mustang had been approved for production. In order to keep production costs down, many of the Mustang’s components were borrowed from the Falcon, including most of the drivetrain. With a multitude of different interior, exterior, and drivetrain options, the Mustang would be able to be ordered as plain, or as fancy, as economical, or as fast, as the buyer wanted. In general, the Mustang was designed for everyone and was advertised as “the car to be designed by you”.