Large, well-lit and well-equipped studio spaces encourage creativity at every level of studio art practice.
After works are completed in the studio, you will have the opportunity to exhibit your artwork in the Holt-Russell Gallery.
Student work reflects a combination of competent technical execution, concept and critical thinking appropriate to the chosen medium.
Technology has become an essential component to the study of visual art. Students have full access to a state-of-the-art mac lab and are encouraged to use contemporary approaches in their work.
You will have ample opportunity to work in Baker’s studio spaces to develop your skill.
As you find your niche, you will continue with more in-depth studies of a medium or media of your choice.
You will gain a general understanding of art through an historical perspective, providing you knowledge and inspiration that will help you grow as an artist.
Bachelor's Degree in Art Education
Build a Rich & Complex Foundation
As an art education major, you will grow as an artist, an appreciator of art and an educator to ensure you have the knowledge and skill to pass on your love of art to future generations. You will work closely with the art program and the Department of Education to pursue teacher licensure in the field of art.
Art, Music, Theatre Day | Held Each Fall
Sit in on classes and studios, learn about available financial aid and immerse yourself in the arts at Baker. Learn more about Art, Music, Theatre Day.
Three Ways to Guide & Inspire Future Students
The curriculum for the art education major is drawn from three subjects:
Major & Minors
Courses required for these programs are listed in the current catalog.