Art - Studio Art (B.A.)
Choose the Direction You Want Your Art to Take
As a student in Seton Hill University's Studio Art Program, you'll explore a wide range of media while taking courses that encourage artistic exploration and creative risk taking. Get ready to gain a broad base of knowledge in both art history and studio art, while immersing yourself in a variety of studio art courses that will enhance both your professional and artistic skills.
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Why Earn a Degree in Studio Art at Seton Hill University?
- courses in art history, drawing and painting, clay and sculpture, printmaking and more
- portfolio work, apprenticeships and internships to help you get professional experience
- work in our state-of-the-art facilities, including our downtown Arts Center
- the continued incorporation of technology into your coursework through our Apple Distinguished School
Internships, Apprenticeships and Careers
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in craft and fine arts are expected to steadily increase through 2026. Students in Seton Hill University's arts programs have a long history of successfully completing fieldwork and apprenticeships in local and national museums.
Seton Hill University has an award-winning Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC), with professionals that will work with you - from your freshman year and beyond - to help you secure internships and jobs in your field. We're with you every step of the way, and as a Seton Hill alum you have career services at the CPDC for life.
Learn from working professionals in your field of interest as a student at Seton Hill. Your instructors will have experiences in various aspects of the arts and will work side-by-side with you, sharing their skills and expertise in order to give you the best experience possible.
Ready to Take Your Next Step Forward?
Apply online at any time and schedule a visit to come up to the Hill, if you haven't been to see us yet. At Seton Hill University, we offer streamlined admissions requirements and a comprehensive aid program.