At Pratt the Undergraduate B.F.A degree in Fine Arts is designed to allow for deep learning in and among various practices in the visual arts. Students who pursue a degree in Fine Arts chose one of five Areas of Emphasis, while retaining their primary identity as Fine Arts majors. The five areas of emphasis in the Fine Art major, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Integrated Practices, Printmaking, and Jewelry offer a deep and sustained dialogue between imagining and making. Embedded in a curriculum of required and elective courses in art history and the liberal arts and sciences, Fine Art studio courses impart the modes of creative problem-solving, technical skills, and risk-taking that transform students into accomplished artists who have confidence in their ideas and who know how to continue taking their work to the next level.