Art Studio & Design

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These pages are currently under revision, and may not have a complete list of programs. Please contact Hannah Nevitt to explore all program options.

The following programs offer significant coursework and field immersion opportunities for Studio Art. This is meant to highlight a variety of programs by region. Please note there are many other options available beyond what is listed. This is not a guaranteed list for credit transfer. Students must obtain department advisor approval for fulfilling degree requirements. Students must apply to both the provider through the links below, and to WWU Education Abroad

University Catalogue Information: Studio Art

Note that these are not the only degree programs in their respective fields.

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Cara Jaye

Professor of Art

Office: FI106A

Advising Info

After you decide on a program and the courses you will take abroad, you must complete the Departmental Academic Advising Esign Form with your academic advisor. The form must be completed before your program commences.   


Review Your Degree Works  

Web4U > Student > Student Records > Degree Works. Follow steps to see what you have completed, and what you still need for your degree plan. At least 50% of the credit hours required for the major/minor must be earned at Western.   

An official transcript from your program must be sent to Education Abroad for processing upon completion of your program.  

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Program Options




  • SAI Paris College of Art, Spring Semester

    English courses in:

    • Art History, Installation, Architecture, Graphic Design, Printmaking, Media Design, Graphic Design, Sound Design, Fashion, Film Art, Sculpture, Drawing, Textiles, Painting, Interior Design, Photography
  • CEA Studio Art Aix-en-Provence , Spring Semester

    English courses in:

    • Art History, Drawing - Beginning through Advanced, Painting - Beginning through Advanced, Museum Studies, Studio Art, Photography
  • SAI - American University of Paris, Spring Semester

    English courses in:

    • Art History, Architecture, Photography, Painting, Materials, Sculpture, Drawing, Media Studies, Video Production, Writing Workshops, Film Studies



  • CEA Santa Reparata School of Art, Spring Semester, Summer Quarter, Academic Year

    English options in:

    • Art History, Book Arts, Fashion, Landscape Art, Painting, Photography, Graphic Design/Urban Studies, Marketing for the Arts, Arts Management, Sketchbook, Illustration, Drawing, Interior Design, Branding and UX Design, Printmaking, Sculpture, Writing, Film Studies, Photojournalism


  • AIFS Florence - Liberal Arts and Business, Spring Quarter

    Dates work for Spring quarter (Mid-May through end of June) 9 sem/13 quarter credits

    English courses in:

    • Drawing, Painting, Photography, Museum Studies, Fashion
  • ISA - Rome, Spring Semester, Summer Quarter, Fall Quarter

    American University of Rome - Spring Semester/Academic Year/Summer

    • English courses in:
      • Art History, Museum Studies, Digital Design, Media, and Print Graphics, Transmedia Storytelling, Film, Photography, Video Production, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Printmaking Workshop, Sketchbook, Mosaic, Figure Drawing, Art Therapy, Painting Workshop
  • USAC - Viterbo, Spring Semester, Summer Quarter, Fall Quarter

    English courses in:

    • Drawing and Painting, Gender and the Arts, Cinema Studies, Art History, Travel Photography, Travel Writing, Museum Studies, Internships
  • SAI NABA Accademia di Belle Arti Milan, Spring Semester, Summer Quarter, Fall Quarter

    English courses in:

    • Illustration, Art History, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Product Design, Fashion Design, Concept Art, UX Design, Visual Design, Media Design, Game Development, Sound Branding
  • Arts of Italy, Fall Quarter
  • SAI - Florence University of the Arts, Spring Semester, Summer Quarter, Fall Quarter, Winter Quarter
    • 15-Week Semester, 11-Week Quarter, 3-Week and 6-Week Summer, and "short" programs that can work for 7-week quarter options.


    • English courses in:
      • Art Therapy, Gallery and Exhibition Curating, Art Education, Ceramics, Photography, Mixed Media, Advanced Painting, Drawing, Painting, Sketchbook, Intermediate Painting, Painting and Drawing, Culinary Arts, Urban Studies, Art History, Architecture, Interior Design, Product Design, Travel Writing, Video Production, Internships in Museums, Museum Studies.

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