Studio & Digital Arts

Studio and Digital Arts (B.S.)


Residential Program

The purpose of the Studio and Digital Arts major is to prepare students, whether studio art or graphic design, to use their professional skills to complement their moral and ethical values, and make practical application of their knowledge in the visual arts field. Students in this major are taught to critically analyze visual imagery in relation to history and culture, effectively articulate the meaning of visual imagery, and integrate a Christian worldview with best practices for creating visual imagery.


Art Student

Academic Information

Concentrations

  • Graphic Design
  • Studio Art
  • Teacher Licensure

Courses

Sampling of Program Courses:

  • Introduction to Design: ARTS 113
  • History of Art: ARTS 201
  • Drawing I: ARTS 211
  • Desktop Publishing: ARTS 222
  • Art as Communication: ARTS 300

Program of Study

Degree Completion Plans (DCP)


Career Opportunities

  • Advertising
  • Freelance
  • Education
  • Business
  • Sales
  • Television/Film