In the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art Program, you’ll study art in many forms. You’ll choose a focus in ceramics, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, digital media, illustration or hybrid studies (a combination of art forms). In addition to academic studies, you can participate in exhibition opportunities to prepare for your future career.
The skills gained through studying art (such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and creative enterprise) intersect with all disciplines and help develop abilities needed to excel in a variety of careers. Our graduates have accepted professional assignments with non-profit organizations, public school systems, museums, community organizations, businesses and think-tanks. Some students go on to set up studios, open galleries, become curators and begin their own studio practices. Others use their Capstone portfolios to apply to (and get accepted by) some of the best graduate programs in the country. Overall, a career in art is often both exciting and rewarding.
Ready to declare an Studio Art Major? email the Art director for an appointment.