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Make Your Mark

Creative, innovative, imaginative - this is what it means to be a Seton Hill University visual art student. No matter which art program you choose, you will enjoy access to outstanding instructors and our brand new Arts Center, offering experience in media from paint to pixels.

View a full list of programs in the Seton Hill University Department of Art & Design below.

Get the Information You Need to Move Forward.

Fill out an easy online Request for Information form to learn more about the Art & Design Undergraduate Programs or Graduate Programs.

Arts Center

The award-winning Arts Center, features sculpture, graphic design, metalsmithing, clay, photography, printmaking and drawing studios, in addition to welding facilities and a foundry.  The Center also houses three exhibit spaces: the (outdoor) Art Yard, Harlan Gallery and Harris Gallery.

Get Your Work Seen

At Seton Hill you will exhibit your work in our professional galleries, work with local businesses and community groups on design projects, and become involved with local art galleries, professional artists and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

Portfolio Reviews & Art Scholarships

Undergraduate visual art majors are not required to submit a portfolio for admission. However, if you are an art major who would like to be considered for an art scholarship, a portfolio review is required.  

A portfolio review is required for admission to the Art Therapy – Specialization in Counseling M.A. Program.

Ready to Take Your Next Step UP?

You can apply online for free any time. If you haven’t been to visit us yet, please schedule a time to come up to the Hill. You may just see your future from here.

Art & Design Programs

From Degrees To Careers

Art Education

Careers in Art Education include:

  • Art Historian
  • Arts Administrator
  • Art Director
  • Art Educator
Art Education (B.A.)
Art History

Careers in Art History include:

  • Arts Administrator
  • Art Director
  • Art Historian
  • Art Educator
Art History (B.A.)
Arts Administration

Careers in Arts Administration include:

  • Art Historian
  • Art Director
  • Art Educator
  • Creative Director
Arts Administration (B.A.)
Art Therapy

Careers in Art Therapy include:

  • Art Therapist
  • Community Artist
  • Display Artist
  • Art Educator
Art Therapy (B.A.) Art Therapy (M.A.)

To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, fill out our online Request for Information form. You may also call us any time at (724) 838-4281 or (800) 826-6234, or send an email to