The Art and Visual Communications Department provides both technical and aesthetic training in fine arts, design and illustration areas as well as traditional and computer-based graphics production processes culminating in both 2-year and 4-year degrees.
The art and visual communication industries have always offered challenging and rewarding careers to artistically talented individuals. This trend will only continue in the future, but now these professions are demanding workers with both artistic and technical skills. Students will receive hands-on and theoretical training needed for entry-level employment in many exciting and diversified fields.
In addition to career training, the Art and Visual Communication Department provides opportunities to explore the possibilities of drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber design, stained glass, or photography as elective credit or as a foundation for a career in fine art.
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Graduation Requirements: 2013 - 2014 (pdf)
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