Admission to the School of Art and Design
The School of Art and Design offers programs in studio art, graphic design, art education, and art history. Explore our programs in the "Areas of Study" tab above or request more information about art at UNC using the link below!
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The School of Art & Design does not require any additional application materials beyond the UNC application. When you apply for admission to UNC, simply indicate that you would like to declare a major in Art & Design.
Areas of Study
The art K-12 teacher education program prepares students to teach visual arts in elementary, middle, and secondary schools.
Offering courses ranging from history of art to Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, African, Native, Pre-Columbian, Japanese, Chinese, Contemporary, and Women Artists.
Students are introduced to the process of making ceramics beginning with clay body composition through procedures for firing kilns and glazing techniques & formulas.
Offering state-of-the-art computer imaging, artistic exploration and knowledge beyond visualizing scientific concepts; skills often sought by employers.
Emphasis includes composition, content, technical concerns, use of color and a range of material use from traditional to contemporary alternatives.
The studio includes facilities for various surface processes such as screen-printing and dye work, as well as cloth construction on tapestry, four- and eight-harness floor looms.
Work as creative visual thinkers and communicators using a variety of traditional print and emerging digital media.
Comprehensive study of basic and advanced techniques and processes for the creation of wearable art.
Teaching technical painting ability and vocabulary, development of individual expression leading to thematic connections.
Provides fundamentals of photograpic imaging that aides in understanding of traditional techniques, experimental and non-traditional digital imaging.
Offers courses in Intaglio Printmaking, Relief Printmaking and Monotypes.
Learn a variety of sculpture making techniques including welding, ceramic shell casting, assemblage in a studio spaces indoors and outdoors.