The agency's National Center for Education Statistics shows the private not-for-profit institution in Columbus conferred 174 bachelor's degrees and 20 master's degrees in visual and performing arts programs.
But the single most popular program was for a bachelor's degree in commercial and advertising art. Data shows the school gave out 49 bachelor's degrees in commercial and advertising art, followed by 45 bachelor's degrees in illustration and 43 bachelor's degrees in animation, interactive technology, video graphics and special effects.
The college enrolled 1,075 students for 2017-18, including 1,025 in undergraduate programs and 50 in graduate programs.
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