School of Illustration
School of Illustration students receive a balance of classical art skills and technical training utilizing new media to meet the marketplace’s growing need for artists trained in visual problem solving in both traditional and digital media. Illustration degree graduates will enter the field with the skills, tools and an illustration resume required of today’s illustrator.
Foundational Illustration courses focus on figure drawing, anatomy, rendering and traditional media including charcoal and paint. Digital media courses focus on imagery using both vector and bit mat tools. As students progress through the Illustration degree program they combine these skills with concept development to create visually engaging illustration designs in their own uniquely identifiable style.
The School of Illustration offers the following accredited undergraduate and graduate degrees:
In addition to accredited degrees, the School of Illustration offers the following non-degree programs:
Individual Skills Courses:
Pre-College Scholarship Programs and Courses for High School Students: