The purpose of this degree is to provide visual artists with an opportunity to develop advanced conceptual and technical mastery in a specific area of concentration with a biblically supported understanding of the arts.
Learning Outcomes: Graduates of the studio art program will be able to
- articulate a distinctly Christian-traditional philosophy of art;
- analyze historical trends in artistic theory and practice;
- demonstrate advanced technical proficiency in the use of appropriate creative media and technology in a specific area of concentration;
- demonstrate proficiency in the areas of representational drawing and painting and visual storytelling;
- create a unique and consistent body of visual works that communicates a clear message based on traditional design principles;
- solve complex creative problems at a professional level using advanced processes of research, development, and execution; and
- exhibit professional skills and behaviors necessary to compete in their chosen field of art.
Master of Arts in Studio Art Courses
See Admission Requirements.
Residence work may be completed in four consecutive fall/spring semesters.