“The Art History Museum course was probably the best course I have ever taken. It was fun, adventurous and challenging. It was a great course with an amazing professor (Boshart) who is so extremely enthusiastic about what he teaches.” – Ann V.
What you can do in the arts is limited only by your creativity.
We also have a number of courses (Metropolitan Seminars) where you can take advantage of the artistic vibrancy of the New York metropolitan area. These courses take you to Broadway and Off Broadway theatre, the great musical venues of the city, diverse art museums in and around Manhattan, famous cultural centers, new film releases and so much more.
Our travel-abroad courses offer you the chance to explore the arts of different cultures on short-term trips to countries such as China, Japan, Turkey, Thailand, Peru and Vietnam.
Our location offers internship possibilities as varied as the arts. Our graphic arts majors frequently get work experience and credit for internships. Area museums offer similar programs.
Students may also earn credit for participation in the University Chorale or our student theater productions.
Graphic Arts Lab
Our state of the art Mac Lab is outfitted with the latest Adobe Creative Suite and QuarkXPress. Keeping our students current with industry standards makes for a more confident and competitive applicant in the market place.
Our Photography Studio is equipped for the Silver Process. As “real” darkrooms are becoming a rarity in the University setting, this gives our students the ability to delve into traditional film processing as well as working with contemporary digital imaging.
Our Graphic Arts majors frequently get credit for internships arranged for them as they gain actual work experience. Area museums offer similar internship programs for those interested in museum studies/work.
Students MAY also earn credit by active participation in the College Chorale or our student theater productions.