Our Fine Arts degree program allows you to identify the specific areas you are most likely to excel in as a professional artist and hone your skills within those areas of expertise. Talented professors, themselves professional artists, provide hands-on and practical training in
This program will prepare you to pursue an advanced degree in your area of study or to enter the professional world with an arts-focused career. Combine your faith and your talents to develop work that represents your artistic style and philosophical viewpoint.
This program allows you to have both a major and a minor in art, in order to further develop your talent and refine your sense of art and style.
We have scholarship opportunities!
Career OpportunitiesEvangel's academic programs are designed specifically to prepare you for a career in the real world. But it's more than just job preparation; it's preparing you to make a full impact in your profession through the unique combination of faith and learning. The fine arts are a complex field from a career standpoint, primarily because the fine artist is often his or her own employer and promoter. Because it may take many years to develop a career as a successful artist, most graduates initially seek ways of earning a living other than from sales of their own personal work, while still maintaining and developing their own work. This takes determination and perseverance with no strictly defined career path. The choices are highly individual. This might mean a position in an arts organization or a design-support position. Several types of employers or industries can provide career opportunities for a fine artist. Here are a few:
- Art museums/Galleries
- Art Therapy programs (would need an MA degree)
- Photography studios
- Fashion/Textile or Interior Design firms
Full Time Faculty
Michael Buesking, M.F.A.
Professor of Art
Adjunct Faculty, Art