Upon graduation, a student will be able to:

Major-Specific Areas of Knowledge

Demonstrate technical skills and processes associated with a wide variety of visual media. Generate images/objects. Interpret the visual language and meanings of art works. Pursue courses of study in both traditional materials/visually based art practices, and conceptually and technologically driven modes of art production.

Accessing Academic Community/Resources

Be informed by the critical and formal discourses of the discipline(s).


Interpret and express complex ideas in a wide range of sensorial, visual and verbal forms.

Critical Thinking

Acquire creative problem solving skills, and non-linear and abstract-thinking skills. Understand and position endeavors within a cultural and historic framework.

Research Experience

Have traveled to New York City for a research trip.