The Department of Art offers undergraduate degrees in the studio arts, arts administration, graphic design and art history. The department also offers graduate degrees in Art Education and teaching. Visit the links above for more information about degrees and concentrations offered.
The Department of Art is also home to the new Mason-Scharfenstein Museum. The museum hosts exhbitions throughout the academic year, including shows in the visual arts, music and senior art student's Capstone exhibitions.
The department also offers many classes in the visual arts and offers a minor in Studio Art. Areas of specialization include painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, metal works, photography, graphic design, arts administration, art history and art education.
Right Erin Black (Photography 1)
Center Carolyn Mote (Graphic Design 4)
Left Nikki Eastman (Photography 1)