Academics

USC Roski School of Art offers a curriculum that encourages you to experiment across media. Explore what you can do with clay. Try printmaking, photography or fashion. Expand your practice or create hybrid work. You can also take courses at 18 other USC professional schools, from education to film production and architecture to medicine.

Fashion Forward

Roski’s new interdisciplinary minor in Fashion is a collaboration with USC’s schools of dance, theater, business, communication and innovation. The program challenges apparel industry norms by asking USC undergraduate students to redefine what fashion is, while seeking a career that includes media and culture, business entrepreneurship and marketing.

USC Roski School of Art National Rankings

#2

Best College for Design

Niche.com 1924

#11

Best College for Art

Niche.com 1924

25%

First in Family to Attend College

Undergraduate and Graduate

More for You at Roski

    Jobs & Internships

    USC’s stellar network means cultural leaders and big-name studios and companies—including, recently, L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), National Geographic and the One Archives Foundation—may seek you out for an internship or career opportunity.

    Exhibitions

    Solo and group shows at Roski’s galleries offer artists and designers opportunities to conceive, design, install and share their work. And at the end of the semester, having your work chosen for inclusion in the USC Roski Annual Student Exhibition at the USC Fisher Museum of Art is truly exciting.

    International Opportunities

    As a Roski School undergraduate you can choose to spend a semester or a year studying in Europe, Australia or South Africa. Students also have opportunities to join shorter international tours.

    Prizes and Grants

    Your work could earn you an excellence award or a stipend for travel and research.