Upon completion of the program, students should be able to:
- Communicate effectively utilizing written and oral communication skills.
- Model an expert knowledge of studio materials and fluency in studio art techniques.
- Employ a sophisticated use of design, aesthetic and conceptual processes in the creation of studio art.
- Indicate depth and breadth of experience in art history, and an understanding of subject, meaning, and context within art history.
- Demonstrate critical thinking skills by reflecting in visual, oral, and written formats an understanding of art movements both historical and contemporary as the movements relate to individual studio artwork.
- Produce a body of studio work that addresses and communicates an unique and creative vision effectively.
- Express a knowledge of pedagogy and current research specific to the field of art education.
- Demonstrate an ability to apply professional, state, and institutional pedagogical standards to facilitate student learning.