Chairperson: Ron Netsky, M.F.A. Professors: Bokelman, Ph.D., Messina, M.F.A., and Netsky, M.F.A.; Associate Professors: Brilla, M.F.A.; Assistant Professors: Porell, M.F.A., Nolte-Yupari, Ph.D., Baker-Hamilton, B.S. and Wehner, B.S.; Lecturer: Quinn, C.F.A., Cowles.
Undergraduate programs include: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Studio Art, Bachelor of Science (BS) in Studio Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Visual Communication Design, Bachelor of Science (BS) in Visual Communication Design, Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art History and Bachelor of Science (BS) in Art Education. Graduate programs include: Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) in Art Education and Master of Science in Creative Arts Therapy (Art Therapy program - see School of Health & Human Services).
Studio majors (BFA and BS) must concentrate in one of the following areas: Painting, Printmaking, Photography, Sculpture, Ceramics or Metals.
The Department also offers a five-year dual degree, Bachelor of Science-Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.), an Initial Certification Master’s Degree in Art Education and a Professional Certification Master’s degree in Art Education.