Art & Design Learning Outcomes

  1. A student will develop a studio practice characterized by invention and exploration.
  2. A student’s studio practice will be characterized by visual sensitivity to form.
  3. A student’s studio practice will be characterized by the development of craft
  4. A student’s studio production will generate a sufficient amount of work to successfully explore their area(s) of inquiry.
  5. A student’s written and oral communication will demonstrate organized inquiry into the discipline’s history and theory.
  6. A student will articulate the cultural implications of the Reformed perspective and where their personal worldview aligns or diverges from this perspective.