To inquire about this program:
Michael Giles |423.869.7407| michael.giles@LMUnet.edu
The major program in Art provides students with a foundation in design, drawing, ceramics, and painting, along with elective choices in other media. Students in the program also study art history to understand the visual arts historically and in relation to our contemporary world. In advanced art courses, art students are encouraged to further build and hone their skills as communicators and critical thinkers in a globalized and visual world. Graduating seniors are responsible for producing and documenting an original coherent exhibition of their artwork as a demonstration of their professional development and an expression of their unique creative and artistic voice and vision.
After graduation, Art alumni are poised for careers in art, design, illustration, teaching, animation, and any other industry that requires creative thinkers and makers.
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Bachelor of Arts- Four Year Plan (PDF)
Bachelor of Art, K-12 Art Education - Four Year Plan (PDF)
Art Minor: 21 hours of art coursework including Art Appreciation, Design, Painting, Survey of Art History and an Elective course of the student's choosing.