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18 Graduates
Oregon College of Art and Craft offers bachelors degrees.
Bachelor's

Faculty Overview

39 Faculty
Full Time
  • 29 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service
Part Time
  • 10 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service

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Reviews Academic Rigor
  • Jordan from Thornton, CO
  • 5
  • The course rigor at this school is unlike any other. I was pleasantly surprised by the foundations program and concentration program. This college offers hands on learning in your craft…

  • Nov-15-2011 Read More

Programs & Majors

Graduates in 2009/2010 academic year.

Visual and Performing Arts Bachelor
Crafts/Craft Design, Folk Art and Artisanry 18