The Visual Arts AFA degree program offers a wide variety of studio courses including two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, metals, printmaking, watercolor, ceramics, and computer arts. Our goal is to establish a solid foundation on which students will build their artistic future.
Our two-dimensional and three-dimensional studios are equipped with a fully functioning darkroom, Mac computer lab, printmaking press, woodworking tools (power and handheld), easels, pottery wheels, slab roller, electric kiln and welding equipment, including an oxy-acetylene torch, MIG welder, and plasma cutter. Classes are taught by nationally recognized instructors that value professional artistic development as part of a quality education.
The following courses are required.
- Art History I, II
- Two-Dimensional Design
- Three-Dimensional Design
- Drawing I
- ACA 122
Students are required to choose six electives from the following list.
- Figure Drawing
- Computer Art