The Design and Applied Arts Program is designed to prepare students for employment as entry-level graphic artists with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform desktop publishing, photography, computer layout, graphic arts, digital imaging, web page design and video for printers, media, advertising and Internet business.
The Associate of Arts in Music offers foundational instruction in music theory, applied instrumental, voice or music composition, piano proficiency, solo and ensemble performance practice, and music history.
Piano is required of all music majors.
The Associate of Arts in Theater emphasizes production and experience in the creation of theatrical performances. At the same time, the degree offers courses in all aspects of the theatre, both artistic and academic. Faculty, staff, and students work closely together to build a solid foundation in the practical, artistic, and historical aspects of theatre.
The Associate of Arts in Visual Arts program combines studio courses in art and design with a broad range of liberal arts courses. The two-year degree program prepares students for creative positions in the workforce, and provides skills, values, and knowledge in the liberal and creative arts.