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Majors: Art Education • Art Therapy • Studio Art
You can also minor in digital design, therapeutic art and studio art. The flexibility of our program will enable you to complete off-campus internships in areas like interior design or commercial art. Our students have worked for state agencies, advertising firms and print shops. With Capital's location in the capital city of Columbus, you'll have access to a vibrant arts community and all the opportunity to create, exhibit and experience art a major city affords.
At Capital, you'll learn in a setting tailored to the individual. You'll be guided and taught by professors who also are practicing artists. When it comes to teaching, they have a single purpose — to develop proficient and creative students in the fine arts within the scope of a liberal arts education.
Advanced standing in art is possible through portfolio examination of work completed independently at another institution or high school. You'll be encouraged to participate in local competitions, and Capital's Schumacher Gallery showcases student art in an annual exhibition each spring. In addition to its extensive collection of original paintings, ethnic art and sculpture, the gallery hosts traveling exhibits and a variety of creative programs. Students are encouraged to attend gallery receptions where they can meet informally with artists and others who share an interest in art.
Where you'll Go: Careers and PLacement
Capital’s graduates are working in professional areas like teaching in public and private schools, working as professional studio artists and serving as art therapists. Many have continued their education through graduate study in studio art, art history, art therapy, art education and arts administration.Our graduates work as:
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Below are our majors for traditional undergraduate students.
ARTArt EducationArt TherapyStudio ArtBIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCEBiologyEnvironmental ScienceBUSINESSAccountingBusiness ManagementFinancial EconomicsMarketingCHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRYBiochemistryChemistryCOMMUNICATIONCommunicationElectronic Media and FilmOrganizational CommunicationPublic RelationsTheatre StudiesCONSERVATORY OF MUSICCompositionJazz StudiesKeyboard PedagogyMusicMusic EducationMusic IndustryMusic TechnologyPerformanceEDUCATIONAdolescent to Young Adult Early ChildhoodMiddle ChildhoodMulti-AgedIntervention EducationENGLISHCreative WritingJournalism and Professional WritingLiteratureHEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCESAthletic TrainingExercise ScienceHealth and Fitness ManagementHISTORYHistoryInternational StudiesMATHEMATICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE AND PHYSICSComputer Science Computer Science - Engineering Dual DegreeMathematicsMathematics - Engineering Dual DegreeNURSINGNursingPOLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICSEconomicsEconomics – Political SciencePolitical SciencePublic AdministrationPRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIESPre-DentistryPre-LawPre-Law (3+3 Accelerated)Pre-MedicinePre-Occupational TherapyPre-OptometryPre-PharmacyPre-Physicians AssistantPre-Physical TherapyPre-PodiatryPre-Public Health Pre-SeminaryPre-Veterinary Medicine
PROFESSIONAL STUDIESInterdisciplinary StudiesProfessional Studies – Music TechnologyPSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGYCriminologyPsychologySociologyRELIGION AND PHILOSOPHYPhilosophyReligionWorship MinistriesYouth Ministry and Christian EducationSOCIAL WORKSocial WorkWORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURESFrenchSpanish