Academic Advisers: Krus; Lhowe; Schiller
Rooted in tradition and fostered by technology, the Bachelor of Arts degree in the Art, Design and Interactive Multimedia program offers three concentrations:
- Fine and Digital Arts
- Graphic Design and Advertising
- Interactive Design and Multimedia
Students are prepared to be conceptual, visual thinkers. A community focused on educating the whole person, the program develops innovative leaders and change-makers in social and commercial design practices. The Art and Design faculty is comprised of scholars and practicing professionals who are theoretical and pragmatic in their approach.
Students interested in teacher certification apply to the College of Education and Human Services for a major in Secondary Education and then declare a second major in Fine Arts. These majors begin field experience in their sophomore year, conclude student teaching in their final semester, and are granted New Jersey certification in teaching art.
Fine and Digital Arts Track
Students pursuing a double major in Education and Fine and Digital Arts may waive 9 elective credits.