Do you have a passion for art? Are you interested in developing and enhancing your skills while earning an affordable art and design degree in Pennsylvania? Wilson College offers an art and design program to help you embrace your distinct art style and vision. Our art and design degree prepares you for various careers that test your artistic ability. With studio time and critiques from other art students, you can hone your craft. You'll: Combine technical and conceptual skills with creative and critical thinking to produce art projects on various subjects. Analyze and integrate the knowledge of historical and theoretical perspectives of art forms in analog and digital formats into your art process. Majoring in art and design helps strengthen your artistic and visual thinking, preparing you for creative leadership roles and careers in art. Highlights When you become a part of the art and design program, you can take advantage of: Discipline-specific studios with 24-hour access. Opportunities to have your art displayed in exhibits on- and off-campus. A visiting artist program enabling you to meet nationally and internationally known visual and performing artists. Various opportunities for internships, study abroad programs, and trips to Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, D.C. Why Study Art and Design? Studying at Wilson College provides the same benefits as attending an art and design college with the added advantages of interdisciplinary education. As an art and design major, you'll: Study art broadly or choose a concentration in web design or graphic design. Establish an artistic voice while demonstrating your creativity and knowledge of art through original works. Implement independent and collaborative scholarship using tools and methods appropriate for your specific discipline. Art and design students have different core classes to help cater to their disciplines. Core art classes: Drawing I Introduction to Design Digital Photography Painting Internship Senior Seminar Core graphic design classes: Introduction to Design Drawing I Web Design I and II Graphic Design I and II Aesthetics Internship Core web design classes: Drawing I Programming I Web development Introduction to Design Graphic Design I and II Web Design I, II, and III Introductory Statistics or Understanding Statistics Internship Career Paths Art and design majors have many career paths after graduation, such as entering the workforce or attending graduate school. Wilson College ensures students have the internship experience and portfolios they need to succeed after graduation, regardless of their future plans. Careers and professional opportunities: Freelance artist Arts administrator Graphic designer Museum curator Commercial photographer, artist, or designer Educational or cultural art specialist Harness Your Creativity When you want to receive an affordable education from art and design colleges in Pennsylvania, Wilson College is the perfect place for you. We feel a strong dedication to helping artists grow and become leaders in their professions. We also ensure you have access to affordable education. At Wilson, we offer more than 98% of students scholarships and financial aid packages to help them pay for college. Our financial aid staff can also help you plan to pay for college. Learn more about our program when you fill out our inquiry form. Get started with your art and design degree when you apply to our program today. Image Wilson Art Students Exhibit at The Foundry, Chambersburg The Foundry, at 100 South Main Street in downtown Chambersburg, will host an exhibition of artwork by our studio art and graphic design students. Read more Image Hagerstown Community College Art Students Exhibit Work at Wilson Wilson will host an exhibition of artwork by students from Hagerstown Community College (HCC) in the Bogigian Gallery from Feb. 1 through Mar. Read more Art & Design Course Requirements Art & Design Faculty Student Learning Goals Minors Art & Design Minors Dance High School Art Show Exhibitions Senior Capstone Exhibitions Bogigian Gallery Cooley Gallery Hunnicutt Classics Gallery Art Exhibition Archive Facilities Career Opportunities Resources Visiting Artists Master of Fine Arts Relevant links ... Art & Design Course Requirements Art & Design Faculty Student Learning Goals Minors High School Art Show Exhibitions Facilities Career Opportunities Resources Visiting Artists Master of Fine Arts Contact Philip Lindsey Professor of Fine Arts Director of Bogigian Gallery Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (717) 264-2783 This major is part of Wilson’s Accelerated Master’s program. To learn how you can complete a bachelor’s plus master’s degree in five years (three for transfer students), click here.