Metals/Jewelry Track Option

An art form, a career path

In the metals/jewelry track, you will:

  • Gain the essential technical expertise and design and conceptual abilities needed to be successful in your future career
  • Learn all hand metalworking techniques including fabrication, smithing, casting and enameling
  • Learn alternative jewelry materials for a well-rounded educational experience
  • Metals and Jewelry

  • Rubber band gun, by Johanna Typaldos

  • Metals and Jewelry

  • Enamel and Cloisonné Vessel by Katelyn Butler

  • Cloisonee enamel ring by Jacie mcGowan

  • Metal raising stakes

  • Work by Johanna Typaldos

  • Metals BFA exhibition review

  • Brooch by Diane Ash

  • Cast rings

  • Necklace by Lisa Hamilton

Degree options


Access a sample schedule to know how you can graduate in four years.

Careers and outcomes

  • Professional jewelry design
  • Education
  • Bench-worker
  • Museum conservator
  • Entrepreneur