Art and Art History

Art and Art History

The Art & Art History Department offers a  Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Arts with  five concentrations of study: Art History, Digital Art and Design, Painting and Drawing, Printmaking and Sculpture. Students learn to think visually as they study different media, become familiar with visual language, acquire knowledge of expressive techniques, and learn the context of the art of different cultures. Students become skilled at articulating the conceptual and aesthetic relevance of works of art, and build their repertoire of necessary professional skills within their discipline of choice.

Program graduates pursue advanced degrees or other courses of study, and/or become professional artists, graphic designers in print or new media, painters, printmakers, sculptors or professionals in art galleries and museums.