Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Art and Design

Study guides

Timetables

Afternoons

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 54 6    
2nd year 6 54    
3rd year   48 12  
4th year     48 12
Totals 60 108 60 12

Period of study

Six-monthly

Part-time or full-time

Full-time, part-time, and slow track available.

Specialisations

Specialisation in Design of Object and Space
Specialisation in Audiovisual Communication
Specialisation in Visual Narration
Specialisation in Applied Arts
Specialisation in Art

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
1st semester
  • Morphology (1)
  • History of Art and Design in the 19th Century (2)
  • Anthropology
  • Basic Drawing I (3)
  • ICT (4)
2nd semester
  • Introduction to Project Culture
  • Aesthetics
  • History of the 20th Century Avant-Garde (5)
  • Basic Drawing II (6)
  • Representation Systems (4)
1st semester
  • Art Project Methodology I
  • History of Art and Design in the 20th Century in the Aftermath of World War II
  • Materials and Processes (7)
  • Drawing I
  • Workshop on Artistic Language
2nd semester
  • Design Project Methodology I
  • Contemporary Art and Design
  • Drawing II
  • Hybrid Drawing
  • Workshop on Design Language
3rd year 4th year
1st semester
  • Context Theory
  • Space, Object and Image Theory 
  • Material Laboratory
  • Language Laboratory 
2nd semester
  • Language Theory
  • Space, Object and Image Monographies
  • Profession and Context
  • Creation Laboratory
  • Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(1) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Advertising Graphics, Illustration, Artistic Jewellery, Projects and Management of Decoration Work, Arts Applied to the Wall, Arts Applied to Sculpture and Textile Art.
(2) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Advertising Graphics, Illustration, Artistic Jewellery, Arts Applied to the Wall, Arts Applied to Sculpture and Textile Art.(3) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Illustration, Arts Applied to the Wall, Arts Applied to Sculpture and Textile Art.
(4) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Illustration, Arts Applied to the Wall, Arts Applied to Sculpture and Textile Art.
(5) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Arts Applied to the Wall and Textile Art.
(6) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Illustration and Arts Applied to the Wall.
(7) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from the CFGS in Industrial Modelling and Projects and Management of Decoration Work.
(8) This subject is officially recognised for students joining the degree from any of the aforementioned CFGS.

Optional subjects

Except where indicated, all subjects are for 6 credits.
3rd year 
  • Design Project Methodology II or
  • Art Project Methodology II
  • Design Project Methodology III or
  • Art Project Methodology III 

Students who choose Project Methodology Design II must also take Project Methodology Design III.
Students who choose Project Methodology Art II must also take Project Methodology Art III.
 

4th year  
  • External work placements (8) (12 credits)
  • Innovation and Anticipation
  • Trendspotting
  • Eco-Sociology
  • Dissemination Platforms
  • Art Direction
  • Creative Direction
  • Cultural Management
  • Exhibition Curation
  • Art Criticism
  • Design Criticism
  • Didactics and Pedagogy
  • Ethics and Creation
Specialisations are learning pathways included in the European Diploma Supplement (DS). In order to obtain one, a minimum of 30 credits belonging to the pathway must be taken.
Specialisation in Design of Object and Space Specialisation in Audiovisual Communication

To obtain the corresponding specialisation, the following compulsory subjects must be taken:

  • Design of Object and Space
  • Object, Subject and Action
  • Ephemeral Spaces, Place and Production
Choose one of the following subjects:
  • Interactive Systems and New Creation Outlines
  • Idea and Matter
  • Services Design
To obtain the corresponding specialisation, the following compulsory subjects must be taken:
  • Visual Communication
  • Typography
  • Architecture and Graphic Production
Choose one of the following subjects:
  • Interactive Systems and New Creation Landscapes
  • Desktop Publishing and Experimental Publication
  • Services Design 
Specialisation in Applied Arts Specialisation in Art

To obtain the corresponding specialisation, the following compulsory subjects must be taken:

  • Applied Arts
  • Idea and Profession
  • Idea and Matter
  • Object, Subject and Action
To obtain the corresponding specialisation, the following compulsory subjects must be taken:
  • Reviewing Art
  • Representation
Choose two of the following subjects:
  • Idea and Matter
  • Audiovisual Contexts
  • Desktop Publishing and Experimental Publication
  • Expanded Image
  • Place and Action
Specialisation in Visual Narration  
To obtain the corresponding specialisation, the following compulsory subjects must be taken:
  • Visual Narration
  • Image and Text
  • Desktop Publishing and Experimental Publication
Choose one of the following subjects:
  • Interactive Systems and New Creation Outlines
  • Representation
  • Audiovisual Contexts