The World Needs
More Artists!


Brevard College challenges the myth that art majors don't get jobs. In fact, Brevard College has graduates in the Art Program who are graphic designers, CEOs, PhDs, public relations managers, and market researchers.

Why? Because the Art major at Brevard is tough. You'll put on your own senior art show, and work with amazing faculty. You'll learn how to work in a variety of mediums, and learn valuable marketable skills that employers want.




Related Programs & Information

  • Visual Arts Scholarship Application

  • Digital Media (Graphic Design)

  • Teacher Licensure

  • High School Art Competition

Art majors can enter into many fields or professions! Here's a small sample of what you can do with an Art degree from Brevard College:

  • Ceramicist and Professor of Art
  • Ph.D. in Art History and Visual Studies
  • Photographer and Art Teacher
  • Graduate studies in Museum Studies
  • Independent Artist and Drawing Instructor
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Art Therapist
  • Web and Graphic Designer

Brevard College graduates have proven that you can do anything with an Art degree. Below is a list of job titles of graduates from Brevard's Art Program:

  • Graphic Designer
  • Photographer
  • Data Architect
  • Art Teacher
  • Landscaper
  • Art Counselor
  • Engineer
  • Sculptor
  • Public Relations Social Media Manager
  • Disc Jockey
  • Software Developer
  • Learn by doing. Create art using a variety of mediums and processes guided by experienced professionals. Be involved in iron pours, canvas building, and darkroom processes.
  • Gain professional experience. Exhibit your work in local and student galleries, work alongside professors who are active in their fields, and develop your own creative space within the studios.
  • Explore the world. Travel to nationally acclaimed museums, assist professors in research abroad and use the natural beauty of our location for inspiration. 

Art majors earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art, with a required concentration in one of the following areas:

  • Photography
    • Learn photographic composition, use of light, and working knowledge of both film and digital media.
  • Painting
    • Learn painting principles, methods, materials, and gain a greater theoretical awareness and growth as a practicing artist.
  • Sculpture
    • Learn how to apply sculpture theory to a variety of complex materials including sketches, models, and finished work.
  • Digital Media
    • Learn terminology and technique with visual design applications to page layout and digital print production.
  • Art History
    • Examine masterpieces throughout history including a critical examination of architecture and art.
  • Time-Based Media
    • Explore the 4th dimension of art - time - using various equipment to record data and edit in non-linear editing platforms.

A minor in Art or Art History and Teacher Licensure in Art (K-12) are also available.