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The Art degree is designed to provide a balanced foundation in both studio are and art history. Its curriculum is focused to meet the needs of art students who are initially developing skill and concepts as well as those experienced student who seek further development. The Art department is committed to a structured environment in which faculty and students work closely together in an atmosphere which is responsive, supportive, and facilities experimentation.
A certificate in Art is designed to provide a body of historical, conceptual and technical experiences which will prepare a developing artist for career opportunities in the field of fine arts, commerical art, gallery and museum operations, and art media retail business. Techinical positions in art sculpture foundry, medical illustration, and related areas are additional options.
Student Learning Outcomes for this major are:
Albert Ponce, Ph.D.