Art and Visual Culture (BA) - Art Management

Shown here are the general learning goals of the program broken down into specific student learning outcomes (SLOs). These SLOs represent what a student should be able to do as a result of successfully completing this program. Student performance on these outcomes are routinely assessed by program faculty as a way of informing programmatic improvement efforts.

Goal Outcome

Students demonstrate a broad understanding of the history of art and current professional practices in the arts.

  • Students will apply creative solutions to visual art exhibition making processes and problems.
  • Students will communicate an appreciation for art and cultural production throughout history and on a global scale.
  • Students will demonstrate advanced research skills.

Students demonstrate critical thinking and critique skills.

  • Students will apply creative solutions to visual art exhibition making processes and problems.
  • Students will produce and perform insightful and well-organized oral presentations.
  • Students will recognize and differentiate the implications of displaying art in a variety of contexts.

Students effectively communicate and assess others communication abilities.

  • Students will compose clear, concise, and well-crafted texts.
  • Students will demonstrate verbal communication skills.
  • Students will produce and perform insightful and well-organized oral presentations.
  • Students will provide and receive constructive criticism to enhance performance on future projects.
  • Students will write, format and produce professional written materials including a resume and cover letter for graduate school and/or job seeking.

Students exhibit cultural awareness and an appreciation for art and cultural production in our global society.

  • Students will communicate an appreciation for art and cultural production throughout history and on a global scale.
  • Students will experiment and make creative connections between artistic disciplines.
  • Students will recognize and differentiate the implications of displaying art in a variety of contexts.