- Assistant Professor of Art
- Studio Arts Coordinator
About this Program
Throughout our classes, we place particular emphasis on individual attention.
Today's art & archaeology graduates aren't limited to the gallery or the studio: our training can prepare you to teach at the K-12 level and give the next generation an appreciation of art.
Our program will provide you with tutorials and small studio classes, fostering close interaction with our accomplished faculty. You'll receive a strong training in traditional studio media, including design, drawing, painting, photography, ceramics and printmaking, as well as essential supporting courses in both digital media and art history.
Students who successfully complete this concentration will receive certification to teach in Maryland upon graduation, as well as reciprocity for teaching in certain other states.
Professor of Art & Archaeology, Department Chair