Three bachelor level degree programs supported by 8 distinguished full-time faculty and 8 adjunct faculty provide the more than 225 art and art education majors masterful instruction on a highly individualized basis. Students already holding an art degree can pursue non-degree certification through the Graduate Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program in Art. There are 6 major areas in which a student might focus: drawing and painting, ceramics and ceramic sculpture, fiber arts, photography, digital and graphic design, and art education. While the university is a medium-size institution, classes are generally small to allow for personalized attention from qualified professors in an excellent academic environment.
Graduate Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program