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Art: Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art Education, Art History, Studio Art
​The study of art is at the core of a liberal arts education. Queens College’s varied curriculum, large faculty, and excellent studio facilities support a variety of interests and aspirations. Students may choose from four main concentrations: art history, covering both Western and non-Western art; studio art, in which students are trained to work in several media; art education, combining a major in studio art with courses in secondary education; and graphic design, in which students learn principles of type and image design for print or web.
Today’s high-tech world puts a premium on visual representations and visual literacy. Art graduates are working in the media, publishing, public relations, and creative industries, in galleries and auction houses, in museums and libraries, and in government and nonprofit organizations. Many graduates teach art and art history in places as varied as elementary and secondary schools, summer camps, tourist programs, and museums; with advanced degrees they teach in colleges and universities.

Department Chair/Program Director
Tony Gonzalez

Klapper Hall 172
Phone: 718-997-4800
Fax: 718-997-4835

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Degree(s) Offered:
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art Education, Art History, Studio Art
Degree Options:
​Weekend College degree available
Minor(s):
Animation & Illustration; Art History; Design; Digital Graphics; Digital Moviemaking & Image Making; Studio Art

 
 
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