Marist College, in partnership with Lorenzo de' Medici, confers the Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in Art History, Studio Arts, and English with a concentration in Theatre. There is a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in Digital Media, Conservation Studies/Restoration, and Studio Art. There is also a Bachelor of Professional Studies degree with majors in Fashion Design and Interior Design. Majors
- B.A. Studio Art
- B.S. Studio Art
- B.A. Art History
- B.S. Conservation Studies
- B.S. Digital Media
- B.P.S. Fashion Design
- B.P.S. Interior Design
- B.A. Italian Language
- Art History
- Studio Art Certificate
- Certificate in Fine Arts
- M.A. in Museum Studies
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