Academics at BayTown

The BayTown curriculum is designed to inspire students and executives with a passion for creating economic value while incorporating concerns for people and planet. Our vision began as a bold experiment that placed Entrepreneurial thought and spirit at the core of the curriculum.

School of Applied Arts

The School of Applied Arts at Baytown University is a community of artists, designers, performers, and scholars dedicated to teaching skills by its placing emphasis on the primacy of the creative process, on contributing to the future development of culture, and on a deep engagement with the society.

Known for the comprehensiveness of its programs, the school is in a unique position to explore what it means to be an art college in the twenty-first century. Essential to this exploration is a new energy, a fresh dedication to crossing borders, and an eagerness to engage society in new ways.


Majors Offered by School of Applied Arts

Redefining arts education in relationship to the sciences and creative career paths. Our instructors are practicing professionals that teach a curriculum based on their success. With education in the art, craft, business, and science of painting we aim to assist individuals who are serious about developing successful careers as professional artists, scholars and industry leaders.

The School of Applied Arts at Baytown University provides hands on experiences in real world environments similar to historical European apprenticeships and attracts students from around the world.

  • Visual Communication
  • Interior Design
  • Architecture

Programs offered by School of Applied Arts

Programs offered by school of Applied Arts are listed below. Select your preferred program from below in order to learn more about its eligibility criteria, application process, fees and other details:

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Degree Programs Eligibility Criteria
Associate Degree Minimum high school or equiv.
Bachelor's Degree International education
Master’s Degree Minimum high school or equiv.
Doctorate Degree Minimum Bachelor's or equiv.
Doctorate Degree Minimum Master's or equiv.

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