Programs of Study
Moravian College's art department is based in traditions that lay the groundwork for students to integrate and appreciate art throughout their lives. Faculty cultivates a vibrant academic community committed to creative and critical thinking based on a passion for art—a form of meaning-making that relies on invention, research, and an infinitely curious mind to construct new knowledge, foster self-expression and explore visual communication.
Professional opportunities are provided through internships, in-house graphic design studio, student teaching, exhibitions, guest lectures, study abroad experiences, participation in conferences, workshops, and more. Students unleash their creativity through dynamic projects that embrace risk-taking, problem-solving, revision, and self-reflection. Four concentrations, or tracks, lead to the B.A.: studio art, graphic and interactive design, art history and criticism, and art education. Courses in studio art and art history are the basis for all tracks.