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Tenure Track Positions
Currently, there are no faculty positions available in the School of Art.
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The 46-unit Bachelor of Arts in Art degree program provides innovative and rigorous concentrations in art education, art history, studio art, and art history/studio art.
The 33 unit Master of arts in Museum Studies program is to develop future museum professionals through highly structured coursework in a setting where museums’ educational efforts, collections, and interactions with community are of central concern.
The 60-unit Master of Fine Arts in Art degree program is designed to provide professional competency for the student pursuing a career as an artist including working in a range of public roles.
The 24-unit Minor in Art is offered for students who wish to pursue a secondary interest in art on a structured basis.
The 30-unit Master of Arts in Art History is designed to provide professional training for the student preparing to enter a doctoral program or to work in jobs requiring a master's level of work in art history.
The Fine Arts Gallery is provides students the opportunity to exhibit and work in a professional gallery environment.
The Martin Wong Gallery provides undergraduate artists the opportunity to exhibit visual works, in a professional context.
Study abroad for a year or semester while earning resident credit towards your major, minor or general education requirements.