Plan your career path through the Department of Art and Design at UW-Stevens Point
The Department of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has 325 students and 23 faculty members. The department has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) since 1986, one of three such accredited visual arts programs in the University of Wisconsin System.
Careers in art and design
Creative professionals are valued employees in every organization. We prepare you for careers specifically in or related to the visual arts. With a degree in art and design you can be employed in commercial or private firms, government agencies or educational institutions. Some of our graduates even choose to be self-employed, professional artists or craftspeople.
Some job titles in art and design-related fields include graphic or advertising designer, art director, museum curator, gallery director, art program director, crafts instructor, creative director, studio artist, studio assistant, illustrator, concept artist, art or design educator, art historian and art administrator.
Regardless of what you want to do after graduation, we can help you get there. Graduate school is an option you may choose, especially for certain career paths, and is essential for advanced placement in academic fields.