The art major is a two-year program for students planning to earn a bachelor's degree in this field of study. Designed to parallel the first two years of art schools across the country, our program gives students the opportunity to work closely with experienced faculty and provides ample access to the campus art studios. A wide variety of careers, from architect to zoological illustrator, are available with an art degree. Employment opportunities are available in offices, design studios, museums, education, and industry as well as in private studios. Art therapists and college art instructors must have at least a master's degree.
see also Art Club
Faculty Profile: Jenn Brown