The Art and Design department offers four majors and two minors.
The Art Teaching major prepares graduates for Minnesota certification in art (K-12).
The Art and Design department partners with the College of Education for this major.
Graphic Design combines coursework in the Art and Design Department with Mass Communication and Marketing.
The I-Design major provides students with an up-to-date and adaptive design education.
The Studio Art major offers analysis and training in the fine arts. This training is done in the context of a broadly based Liberal Arts education.
The History of Art minor focuses on the major art trends and movements of the modern and contemporary periods in 19th- and 20th-century Europe and America. This minor also covers various critical methods of approaching and assessing art.
The Studio Art minor allows students to explore modern art-making practices. This is done through learning about painting, drawing, digital work and digital imaging (or art-based photography).