The associate of arts degrees in art education are designed to meet a variety of student interests. The programs present basic design theory and experiences in two- and three-dimensional art production. Artists and artifacts of past civilizations are studied to influence individual style.
Located in the Art Wing of the Judge William H. Inman Humanities Building at the Morristown Campus, all labs include professional quality equipment such as a digital workstations, a variety of ceramic kilns, electric pottery wheels, and spacious drawing and painting studios. Gallery spaces serve to acquaint students with current professional artists and to showcase student work in all-student shows. Seminars in professional practices help prepare the students to function as visual artists. Instructors are highly trained, practicing artists who are dedicated to encouraging the individual student to reach his or her highest level of skill and creativity.