Program Summary

Art courses at Hill College, as part of the academic-transfer program, provide instruction in the mastery of artistic media, art history, art appreciation and computer-based digital courses. Many of these courses will transfer to most other colleges and universities. Courses are for students pursuing an art degree, as well as non-degree seeking students who wish to include some instruction in artistic expression as part of their goal of personal enrichment.


EDUCATION PLAN(S)
DEGREE/CERTIFICATE OPTION(S)

Art Degree (Traditional) 
Associate of Arts 
60 Credit hours 

Art Degree (Digital) 
Associate of Arts 
60 Credit hours 

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About the Program
  • We offer Drawing, Painting, Design, Digital Photography, Art Appreciation and Art History courses for art majors as well as for students simply looking for an interesting elective
  • We work closely with the Computer Graphics Department to provide their students with needed courses
  • We offer Art Appreciation as a face-to-face class as well as online
  • Currently Art History I (in the Fall) and Art History II (in the Spring) are on-line courses
  • Digital Photography and Drawing I and II are also offered on the Johnson County campus

Careers 

  • Art Director
  • Graphic Artist
  • Art Curator
  • Art Teacher
  • Illustrator
  • Fine Artist

Dr. Brad Bolick
Program Coordinator
bbolick@hillcollege.edu
254.659.7882

Tom Sale 
Art Instructor 
tsale@hillcollege.edu 
254.659.7879

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