The Department of Sculpture was firstly founded as a Branch of the Department of Plastic Arts and admitted its first students in 2002. In 2006, during the revision process of the Department, the Branch of Sculpture was turned into an independent department.

Besides the requirements of the special structure of sculpture, the Department of Sculpture prepares its students for different employment fields thanks to the training on sectorel requirements like Bijouterie Design and open to the contemporary technological approaches such as Computer-Assisted Three-Dimensional Design.

At the end of the training that is conducted with the support of interdisciplinary approach of the Faculty based on elective courses and workshops, the aim is to raise artists who can contribute to the modern art and design. The graduates are eligible to work as sculptors, designators, art critics and art gallery directors at public and private sectors.