Craft. Create. Inspire. 


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Master your craft and reflect God’s love for creation as you study the arts at NGU.

Personalized Concentration
Ceramics. Drawing. Graphic Art. Painting. Photography. Printmaking. And Sculpture. Your studies, customized to your craft, at NGU.
Average Class Size
Improve your skills. Collaborate with your peers. Receive personal guidance from experienced professors and guest artists. All thanks to NGU’s smaller class sizes.
Major Productions
NGU’s theatre department plans two major productions each semester. Display your talents as you paint backdrops, build sets, or design costumes. Put your artistic abilities to good use for all to see!

All Things Begin with Creativity

Countless careers require artistic creation. Hands-on roles like illustrator, graphic designer, and photographer, of course. But also, art director, production designer, gallery director, and more.

From conception through final display, the arts depend on a team of creatives. Master your craft and reflect God’s love for creation with a Bachelor of Arts degree in art from NGU.

Choose from the following seven concentrations to dig further into your area of interest:

Experience Learning as You Explore Your Craft

Your Creation on Display

NGU’s College of Communication and Fine Arts hosts several exhibits each year. Enjoy the work of your peers and professors while showcasing your own creations for all to see. 









Publish Your Passions

Gain exposure and refine your talents through NGU’s literary and arts publication, “The Mountain Laurel.” Published work in an annual magazine + helpful feedback from professional artists. All to help you grow as an artist. 








Our Studio, Your Space

You’re free to create with access to NGU’s state-of-the-art private studios. Ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpting … you’ve got it! Because being a studio artist requires a studio, after all. 


Your Professional Portfolio

Our experienced professors help you create a portfolio to showcase your knowledge and ability. Highlight your talent and impress future employers – now that’s mastering your craft! 

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Upcoming Fine Arts Events

Creating Beside Experienced & Faithful Artists

Hayley De González, MFA
Chair, Department of Art
Blake Smith, MFA
Associate Professor, Fine Arts
Zac Buser, MFA
Professor, Art

Your Passion, Your Path – Study the Arts as You Design

  • Studio Art Year 1

    Year 1 Example Courses

    • Drawing I & II
    • Design and Color I & II
    • Digital Imagery
    • First-Year Experience
    • Composition and Rhetoric
    • Composition and Literature
    • Old Testament Survey
    • Introduction to Information Technology
    • Contemporary Mathematics
  • Studio Art Year 2

    Year 2 Example Courses

    • Art History I & II
    • Art Elective in Area of Emphasis
    • Art Electives
    • 2000-level English Course
    • Lab Science
    • Foreign Language Course I & II
  • Studio Art Year 3

    Year 3 Example Courses

    • Art Electives in Area of Emphasis
    • Art Electives
    • Contemporary Art History
    • Social Science Elective
    • New Testament Survey
    • Introduction to Philosophy
    • Lab Science
    • Open Elective
  • Studio Art Year 4

    Year 4 Example Courses

    • Art Electives
    • Art Seminar
    • Exhibition and Portfolio Procedures
    • Oral Communication
    • Concepts of Physical Education
    • 2000-level History Elective
    • Social Science Elective
    • Open Elective

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

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