The visual arts program is committed to engaging students in the art process. It involves the student in discovering his/her own sensibilities and insights through producing art works, and developing his or her critical sense through an attempt to understand works of art, both past and present, and philosophies relevant to them.
The philosophy program is committed
to exposing the student to the subject of philosophy and to the concerns that
philosophers have pursued through the ages. Exposure to views about metaphysics,
ethics, and epistemology are intended to allow the student to deal more
intelligently with issues that life brings us.
The arts program is open to majors and non-majors and leads to the Associate in Arts degree. Our students transfer to art schools and universities all over the country, with many of them receiving scholarships. A major in art prepares a student to pursue studies for a career as a practicing professional artist or craftsmen, designer, graphic artist, animator, director of a gallery or museum, teacher of studio art or art history, or other art related occupations.
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