Graduate Career Opportunities
The Fine Arts program is designed to prepare graduates for a fast growing culture-based sector. Opportunities in the rapidly expanding gallery districts, national and private art foundations, museums, education programs and a world class art market, offer numerous career choices to graduates in addition to becoming professional artists. The Fine Arts program has partnerships with many art organizations and international universities to advance its mission. The program is based both on theoretical and practical instruction, offering many transferable skills as well as academic expertise. This combined knowledge has proven to contribute to the multitude of professions related to art and culture, such as: studio artist, fine art printer, instructor, technician, teacher, curator, art dealer, art handler, graphic artist, book artist, craftsperson in a variety of mediums, museum preparator, museum administrator, outreach and community facilitator, photographer, creative advisor, critic and studio manager to name a few career paths available upon completion of the degree in Fine Arts. The program also prepares students for full range of postgraduate studies.