Useful Degrees Series: Arts Education Degree at High Point University June 27th, 2012
High Point University is located in High Point, North Carolina and was founded in 1924. Today, the university sits on 320 acres and recently invested 0 million dollars in its facilities and other improvements. The University Center is a million dollar structure that includes a 200-seat theater.
The Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center stands out as key part of the university. This building is dedicated to the arts and includes a 500-seat performance hall, an art gallery, music lab and more. The Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center underscores the importance that arts play at High Point University. In this article, we will explore the diverse art degree options that exist at High Point University. No matter what your interest in art may be, you will likely find a degree program that meets your needs.
High Point Located in North Carolina’s Largest Metropolitan Area
High Point, North Carolina is home to more than 100,000 people and is part of North Carolina’s largest metropolitan area encompassing Greensboro, Winston-Salem and, of course, High Point as well. Greensboro and Winston-Salem are only a 20-minute drive from High Point. Raleigh is only 90 minutes away, and it is about a five-hour drive to get to Atlanta.
Many Study Abroad Options Including at The Sorbonne
High Point University also offers a range of study-abroad programs. To date, there are study-abroad options in over 20 countries including The Sorbonne in Paris, Oxford Brookes University in England and The Art Institute of Italy in Florence.
The Interior Design Major
The School of Art and Design includes classes in digital art, art history, painting, drawing, and digital art. The Art Department offers degrees in Interior Design as well as a major in Home Furnishings. CIDA or the Council for Interior Design Accreditation accredits the Interior Design Major. Coursework typically includes a focus on the basics of interior design principles, as well as a historical overview, design drawing, and computer-assisted design (CAD) rendering.
The Arts Education Degree
Another arts degree option at High Point University is the Arts Education degree. This degree is specifically for those who wish to become licensed to teach art in K-12. The degree program is very diverse covering everything from art history and art in elementary schools to sculpture, painting and ceramics. In addition to numerous art focused classes, students pursuing the Arts Education degree will also have numerous education classes including Educational Psychology.
High Point University enjoys many other options for those interested in an arts degree, including an active theater department that helps take advantage of the university’s large 500-seat performance hall located at the Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center. Thanks to the scores of recent improvements, High Point University looks to be a good choice for those interested in a degree in general. Specifically, it is an intriguing option for those interested in an art degree.
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