Visual Arts Department

Visual Arts Department

Striving to cultivate a lifelong appreciation for personal and cultural awareness through research in visual arts, the Visual Arts department works with you to develop your talents and pursue a meaningful career. Students can major in Visual Arts and then specialize their studies by selecting a concentration in Art Education, Art History, Art Therapy or Studio Art. Visual Arts minors are available in Art and Photography.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
DEGREE
TYPE
Art (Visual Arts) Art (Visual Arts)
B.A./B.S.
Major/Minor
Art Education* Art Education
B.A./B.S.
Concentration
Art History Art History
B.A./B.S.
Concentration
Art Therapy Art Therapy
B.A./B.S.
Concentration
Photography Photography
Minor
Studio Art Studio Art
B.A./B.S.
Concentration
Art Therapy Art Therapy
M.A.
PROGRAM:
Art (Visual Arts)
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Art Education*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Concentration of Art (Visual Arts)
PROGRAM:
Art History
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Concentration of Art (Visual Arts)
PROGRAM:
Art Therapy
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Concentration of Art (Visual Arts)
PROGRAM:
Art Therapy
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
M.A.
PROGRAM:
Photography
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor of Art (Visual Arts)
PROGRAM:
Studio Art
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Concentration of Art (Visual Arts)

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* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.

Spotlights

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