By graduation, art majors are expected to:
|Learning Outcome 1:||demonstrate artistic growth through the development of skills, techniques, and concepts|
|Learning Outcome 2:||demonstrate knowledge and understanding of historical and contemporary art and design|
Learning Outcome 3:
|demonstrate visual literacy through written communications using aesthetic standards to analyze creative work or research|
|Learning Outcome 4:||demonstrate visual literacy through oral communications using aesthetic standards to analyze creative work or research|
|Learning Outcome 5:||demonstrate critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills necessary for success in future careers or educational goals|
These learning outcomes are consistent for all art and art education majors. They are met by specific courses required in the art or art education programs and purposely designed to meet the learning goals and educational objectives of each area.