Art Programs

When you pursue a major or minor in the Art Department at Seattle Pacific University, you will find that the programs acquaint you with the fundamental elements and principles of the visual arts and design; develop your skills in the use of various traditional and experimental forms of studio and technological media; and encourage application of your skills in a manner that engages contemporary culture.

Your curriculum will also build cultural literacy through exposure to art history, global culture, and critical theory; and encourage your exploration of the spiritual nature of art and design as an expression of your faith.

Find out more about this program’s mission, vision, and learning outcomes.

degree programs

Learn more about these additional interdisciplinary art programs.

  • Information Studies: Art (minor)
  • Information Studies: Art History and Visual Studies (minor)
  • Integrated Studies: The Arts (major)
  • Interactive Computing and Art (minor)
  • Film Studies (major and minor)
  • Social Justice and Cultural Studies: Art for Social Change (major)

The Art Center Gallery at Seattle Pacific University

Art Department

Visit the Art Department website see how a degree in Art or Visual Communication can help you achieve your goals and make a difference in the world.

Time Schedule: Art

Course planning

Suggested course sequences help you complete your degree in a timely manner.

The Art Center Gallery at Seattle Pacific University

Senior exhibition requirement

All Art majors are required to participate in a Senior Exhibition during Spring Quarter of their senior year.

All Visual Communication majors are required to participate during Spring Quarter of their senior year in the Visual Communication Portfolio Exhibition.