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.


Art Education Plan

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


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

Dr. Brad Bolick
Program Coordinator

Tom Sale 
Art Instructor 

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