What to do with an Art degree?
A growing public acknowledgment of the value of the arts in commerce and society have profoundly transformed the entrepreneurial and employment opportunities for studio artists and graphic designers.
The faculty encourages students to plan their career and to make participation in undergraduate research and internship programs part of their academic learning. Many of our students also complete graduate studies before entering the field.
Our students have gone on to be professional artists, graphic designers, photographers, art management professionals, art directors, ceramic studio managers, illustrators, entrepreneurs, animators, videographers, R&D designers, commercial printers, exhibition designers, package designers, teachers, studio owners and after additional graduate work-- university professors, animators, UI designers, and fashion designers. 85% of all recent graduates in our art or design programs are currently employed in art or design fields.
Listed below are more examples of the diverse career options available to Art and Graphic Design students.
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Advertising Art Director
Web Site Designer
Television Graphic Designer
K–12 Art Teacher
Museums and Galleries
Public Relations Officer
Art Supply Store Manager
Auction Gallery: Information Coordinator, Publicist, Customer Service