Regardless of which discipline you choose, our programs provide the knowledge, techniques, methods, and context you need, taught by accomplished professionals, including art directors, illustrators, designers, fine artists, photographers, and multi-media artists.
The writers, historians, architects, and scientists on our faculty complement the practicing artists and designers by integrating the study of visual and liberal arts. Learn botany through drawing and applied geometry through architecture; the anthropologist teaches world cultures and the art historian helps you develop context for your own work in the larger world of art and design.
You also receive professional writing and rhetoric training throughout your studies, including everything from cover letters to resumes to polished research papers. Artist and design statements and project proposals combine with gallery talks and portfolio presentations to create a practical, effective communications skillset that will enhance and serve your career.