SJC Brooklyn Fine Arts Concentration for Child Study

SJC Brooklyn Fine Arts Concentration for Child Study

Find your creative edge. Teach art in your future classroom. Get ready.

With an SJC Brooklyn fine arts concentration for child study, you’ll learn new and innovative ways to share your passion for the arts with your future students.

Developing skills and knowledge in the fine arts will give you new ways to help young students develop their fine motor skills, decision-making abilities, and language and social skills. The 30-credit fine arts concentration for child study blends the worlds of visual art and music, showing you the most effective ways to incorporate the fine arts into your future classroom.

Promote creativity, gain an aesthetic awareness and get ready to inspire young minds with a concentration in fine arts for child study.


Erin MurphyErin Murphy
Child Study student with Art Concentration

"Choosing an Art Concentration in Child Study has been the best decision I’ve made in my education path. I was able to study the career that I have always dreamed of and pursue my passion for the arts. The opportunities for artistic expression enhanced my performance in my academic areas, particularly in my education courses. The experiences offered gave me a unique outlook and enabled me to think of creative solutions in the classroom, particularly for student engagement. My choice of an Art Concentration widened my future career possibilities and allowed me to choose to become art teacher and explore more art-related fields."

The SJC Brooklyn Fine Arts Concentration for Child Study Experience

Enhance Your Résumé: A fine arts concentration for child study is a great tool for teachers, giving them an edge to connect with students in creative ways. 

 

Talented Faculty: Our fine arts faculty are experienced artists and musicians who give students valuable insight in the field.

 

A Range of Opportunities: Child Study majors who concentrate in the fine arts can become an art teacher or employ the skills in their regular classrooms.