About the Art Program
The art department educates artist/designers from all backgrounds to develop creative, critical thinking and communication skills that allows the pursuit of many diverse career paths. Set within a broad-based curriculum in the liberal arts, the program capitalizes on individual creative strengths while emphasizing digital, traditional, and sustainable processes.
To provide skills and confidence through a flexible curriculum to achieve success in a variety of professions.
Art+Design Student Learning Outcomes
- Concept: Demonstrate innovative thinking and sophistication in terms of the social, visual, psychological and/or aesthetic components in Art and Design.
- Technique: Demonstrate an understanding of a variety of Art and Design methods, materials, techniques, and technologies.
- Contextual Understanding: Demonstrate an understanding of the intellectual underpinning of Art and Design in terms of history, process, and theory.
- Portfolio Development: Demonstrate professional growth in review of portfolio, internships, and/or exhibition.