This two-year art curriculum leads to an associate of applied arts degree in art and design. Preferred studio areas may be selected from: ceramics, electronic imaging, digital cinema, drawing/painting, furniture design, graphic communication, human centered design, illustration, jewelry/metalsmithing/blacksmithing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, or woodworking.
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*Courses use for liberal studies-humanities division must be selected from the approved division list in the bulletin.