The Bachelor of Arts and Associate of Arts in Studio Art programs prepare you for positions in studio arts-related job markets and give you the necessary skills to succeed in graduate study.
The programs feature a traditional arts core curriculum with concentrations in 2/D studio, 3/D studio and photography. Studio art students learn a variety media:
Each media is supported by a fully equipped studio designed to facilitate learning and creativity, and accommodate health and safety standards.
Beyond the Classroom
In addition to the challenging Studio Art curriculum, you can promote and support your leadership skills, organizational skills and service through:
- Related campus clubs, including Art Student League, f/8 Photo Club and Ceramics Club
- Opportunities to exhibit artwork locally, regionally and nationally
- Strong relationships with area businesses, fine art studios and nonprofit organizations
- Internships providing opportunities to explore a wide variety of career options
- Lecture programs and field trips both on and off campus
- Personal studio spaces in the Mimi & Ian Rolland Art & Visual Communication Center
- Hands-on training using state-of-the-art equipment and technology
- Sophomore and senior portfolio reviews with Studio Art faculty
- Assignments and projects that develop a strong art portfolio
- 24-hour access to all studio art areas and facilities
- Annual Student Art Exhibition