Students develop their reading and writing skills, and cultivate a personal, original and dynamic voice in writing and speaking. Students gain the ability to discuss the values, beliefs, and cultural productions of societies other than their own. Students have the ability to present ideas clearly, to develop a cogent argument, and to speak with confidence. They use scientific and mathematical methods and principles in a meaningful context, and develop observational skills in the laboratory and through field experiences. Students gain the ability to discuss social and ethical issues related to technological developments in science and develop teamwork skills.
What do our alumni do?
Statistics from the 2015 Strategic National Arts Alumni project (SNAAP)
Did you know?
55% is the national average for arts alumni that work as professional artists.
45% is the national average for arts alumni that are self employed, independent contractors, or freelance workers.
Work as professional artists
Work as graphic designers, illustrators, or art directors
Founded a business
Work as craft artists
Work as fine artists
Work as art teachers
Pursued an MFA after graduation
Are self-employed, independent contractors or freelance workers
Make art in their personal time