This degree is dynamic. The curriculum includes the core principles of the Foundation Program and cutting-edge techniques of Digital Media. Advanced courses in Digital Media, Drawing, Color and Design, Illustration, Graphic Design, Interdisciplinary Sculpture, Painting, Photography, and Printmaking are offered.

In short: we encourage exploration.

Areas of Study

Digital Media

Digital Media

Integrating art and technology, this program is more than relevant – it is crucial to today’s increasingly digital environment. Students use photography, video, web, sound, programming, game design, animation technologies, and new forms of media yet to be discovered. Always in a state of enhancement, this program prepares students for creative, critical thinking with sophisticated use of technology.

General Fine Arts

General Fine Arts

This area of study is flexible and dynamic. It empowers students to pursue Painting/Drawing, Interdisciplinary Sculpture, Digital Media, Pre-Art Therapy, Graphic Design and Illustration. Guided by goals established through careful faculty counseling, students devise their own curriculum.

Graphic Design

Graphic Design

This field is essential in today’s media-saturated world. Explore, develop, and apply personal vision in the commercial marketplace. The first two years are dedicated to core graphic design and typography courses along with design history, sustainability, collaborative thinking, and information design.

In the final year, graphic design students translate formal and conceptual projects into professional applications and production. Beyond the classroom.

Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Blends traditional with emerging sculptural media. Students will work with diverse materials – metal, wood, clay, fibers, plastics – and processes such as fabrication and construction, carving, casting, and mold making. Students practice in video, performance, site-specific installation, and time-based art.

Painting and Drawing

Painting and Drawing

A range of media, concepts, and approaches to painting and drawing that echo the media’s own evolution. Balancing contemporary with traditional methods, students develop the purpose, confidence and technical skills of expression.

Digital Media

Integrating art and technology, this program is more than relevant – it is crucial to today’s increasingly digital environment. Students use photography, video, web, sound, programming, game design, animation technologies, and new forms of media yet to be discovered. Always in a state of enhancement, this program prepares students for creative, critical thinking with sophisticated use of technology.

General Fine Arts

This area of study is flexible and dynamic. It empowers students to pursue Painting/Drawing, Interdisciplinary Sculpture, Digital Media, Pre-Art Therapy, Graphic Design and Illustration. Guided by goals established through careful faculty counseling, students devise their own curriculum.

Graphic Design

This field is essential in today’s media-saturated world. Explore, develop, and apply personal vision in the commercial marketplace. The first two years are dedicated to core graphic design and typography courses along with design history, sustainability, collaborative thinking, and information design.

In the final year, graphic design students translate formal and conceptual projects into professional applications and production. Beyond the classroom.

Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Blends traditional with emerging sculptural media. Students will work with diverse materials – metal, wood, clay, fibers, plastics – and processes such as fabrication and construction, carving, casting, and mold making. Students practice in video, performance, site-specific installation, and time-based art.

Painting and Drawing

A range of media, concepts, and approaches to painting and drawing that echo the media’s own evolution. Balancing contemporary with traditional methods, students develop the purpose, confidence and technical skills of expression.

Concentrations

Pre-Art Therapy

Pre-Art Therapy

This mental health profession uses art-making to improve and enhance physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Illustration

Illustration

Focusing on client-based projects for the student’s future portfolio, this concentration develops skills in character design and thoughtful narratives.

Pre-Art Therapy

This mental health profession uses art-making to improve and enhance physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Illustration

Focusing on client-based projects for the student’s future portfolio, this concentration develops skills in character design and thoughtful narratives.