Associate degrees in art prepare students for continued study at four-year institutions, as well as careers as art educators, digital production artists, fine arts associates, commercial artists, and graphic illustrators.

Lecture courses help students develop an appreciation for art and its history, while studio classes help students develop skills in graphic arts, photography, drawing, and painting. Students receive hands-on instruction using state-of-the-art software that prepares them to pursue careers in both digital and traditional creative arts. Courses are taught by experienced professionals and educators who hold doctoral and master’s degrees in art, fine arts, and visualization.

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