Art and Graphic Design
The Art Department at Notre Dame de Namur University offers degrees in art, and art and graphic design. The program is known for its rigorous studio practice and the Madison Art Center, which includes the Wiegand Gallery. The quality of the NDNU Art Department is made up of a combination of the working artists who are the faculty and our small class sizes. This allows for significant faculty individual interaction with students. Our graphic design program offers a practical career path for artists while including the benefits of knowledge of fine art.
- The Bachelor of Arts in Art, which gives students a broad experience in art through rigorous studio work and the study of art history
- The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art, which gives students further studio practice and preparation for entrance into an MFA program
- The Bachelor of Arts in Art and Graphic Design, which gives students a state-of-the-art education in graphic design concepts and production and web design
- Emerging Artist Talent Scholarships in art are offered every year to entering freshmen and transfers, valued up to $9500 per year toward to the completion of the first bachelors degree. Specific information on portfolio requirements is available from the Art Department, and students must complete their applications for fall admission no later than February 1 to be considered.