The curriculum of the Art Department is designed to provide theoretical & applied study of the visual arts through studio & lecture courses, while the art history program attempts to impart awareness through a variety of courses covering the entire historical spectrum of human artistic endeavor.
When you study art at Albright College, you do so at one of the best colleges in the country for artistic students. Newsweek put Albright on that list thanks to the Colleges curricular and co-curricular opportunities in the arts, national recognized faculty and excellent facilities.
The curriculum of the Art Department provides theoretical and applied study of the visual arts through studio and lecture courses. All art programs at Albright combine invaluable liberal arts studies with in-depth exploration of studio art and art history.
Our objective is to provide an integrated program of study leading to a bachelors degree through a full Art major, a K-12 Art Education certification major, a Digital Studio Art major, an Arts Administration combinable major, dual majors or one of three special program minors. The minor option is perfect for students who are majoring in areas other than art or who wish to have a secondary focus in their majors.
Numerous world-class art museums in New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore are within easy commuting distance of Albright, and dramatically enhance the study of visual art and art history.