Art BA

Bachelor of Arts in Art

With a baccalaureate degree in Art, you will gain a deeper understanding of the artist's role in Western culture, along with the intellectual skills necessary to produce and critically evaluate artistic production. Students enrolled in this program can choose to focus on drawing and painting, ceramics, fiber arts, photography or graphic design.

Industry Highlights

The arts and culture industry creates about 5.7 million full-time jobs in the U.S. each year.

- American for the Arts

Career Opportunities

  • Fine Artistry
  • Creative Projects
  • Curatorial Work
  • Illustration
  • Private Education
  • Photographic Technician

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of internships, exhibition venues and contact with other artists in the Savannah area, along with the personalized education from qualified professors in an excellent academic environment.


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