Art: Internships and Careers
Graduates with a B.A. in art have job opportunities in a variety of fields: museums, art galleries or medical illustration. Our students are also accepted into some of the most prestigious graduate art programs in the country. A minor or second major in another field further expands your career options, including historic preservation, art therapy, law and government.
Graduates with a B.S. in education: K-12 in art education certification are certified to teach art K-12 in public or private schools, and can pursue careers in museums or art/cultural centers teaching or directing museums' education programs in art.
With the help of the Career and Professional Development Center, we'll connect you to potential employers through networking events, job shadowing opportunities, on-campus recruiting, job and internship fairs, and organizational visits.
Additionally, one of the student-run arts organizations, Studio 224, functions as an arts agency. Students work with real-life clients and learn about the entire agency setting from initial concept through final production while interacting with professionals. This practical application allows you to be successful in various real-life business situations.