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Discover Through the Visual Arts
As culture changes and new modes of expression develop, curious and creative minds will continue to discover meaning through visual exploration. The SJC Long Island art department offers a range of studio, art history and theory courses incorporating diverse artistic approaches across cultural, social and geographic boundaries.
Enjoy hands-on studio courses including: graphic design, web design, drawing, painting, printmaking, traditional and digital photography, sculpture, ceramics and crafts.
Explore past and present visual culture with art history courses that span from prehistoric ages through the modern era.
The art department's newest offering, a B.A. in Studio Arts, opens the door to a vast choice of potential careers and is excellent preparation for the advanced study in many areas.
Study Art History. Learn about the world around you and gain the tools to succeed in it. Choose from numerous courses covering a wide range of time periods, artistic techniques, and world cultures. While studying Art History exposes you to new perspectives, it also focuses on practical skills with emphasis on writing, research and critical analysis. Art History courses provide a flexible, yet useful basis for a liberal arts education that can be applied to any career path.
The fine arts minor consists of 24 credits, including 12 art credits (one art history course and three art studio courses) and 12 music credits (including one music theory course, one music history course and one music studio course). Twelve of the 24 total credits must be above the 100 level.
The arts embody some of the highest aspirations of the human spirit. The St. Joseph’s College Art Department introduces students to the depth of this form of human expression. Studio art courses guide students in discovering their creative potential through the creation of works that address technical proficiency, conceptual exploration and self-expression.
Thirty credits consisting of 5 art history/theory courses and 5 studio art courses. 15 credits must be at the 100 level. The college does not offer New York State Certification in Art, but the 30 credits of art courses taken by students in the art concentration program meet NYS requirements and qualifies the student to register for the Art Certification Exam.
Thirty credits consisting of 15 art credits (1 art history/theory course, 4 courses in studio art), and 15 music credits (MUS 100; 1 music studio course and 3 music theory/history courses). 15 credits should be at the 100 level.