Degrees & Programs
Students have the opportunity to study visual arts either as a vocation or as a means of increasing cultural awareness. The department is keenly interested in students who choose visual art as their occupation and who want to devote themselves to the period of intensive training necessary for their profession. It is also concerned with those whose interests may be avocational rather than professional, who recognize the cultural advantages to be obtained from the study of visual art, or who find in artistic experience a high degree of personal enjoyment and satisfaction.
- Major in Film and Television, B.F.A.
- Major in Fine Art, B.F.A.
- Major in Graphic Design, B.F.A.
- Major in Photography, B.F.A.
- Major in Film and Television, B.A.
- Major in Fine Art, B.A.
- Major in Graphic Design, B.A.
- Major in Photography, B.A.
- Major in Film & TV: Narrative/Writing Emphasis, A.S.
- Major in Film & TV: Technical Emphasis, A.S.
- Major in Graphic Design, A.S.
- Major in Photography, A.S.
- Minor in Art History
- Minor in Art
- Minor in Film and Television
- Minor in Graphic Design
- Minor in Photography
Student Learning Outcomes
As the department of visual arts, in a Christian liberal arts setting, we will use praxis and techne (Practice & Theory) as our model for learning outcomes in the following:
- Students can cite major historical references relevant to their discipline.
- Students can critically analyze their own work and the work of their peers.
- Students can demonstrate technical proficiency with the materials and tools of their discipline.
- Students can organize and produce original works of art that contribute to professional portfolios or production reels.
- Students can respect the aesthetic diversity of others.
- Students can demonstrate honesty, authenticity & spiritual values in their work.