Students who want a degree in Art can begin here with transferable coursework in the Associate in Fine Arts degree program. Develop confidence that enables you to move from competence to excellence in whatever profession you choose.
The Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) is a degree intended for students transferring to a four-year program or those with a strong interest in visual art. The A.F.A. in Art degree consists of a high concentration of art coursework with liberal arts general education courses. Careful planning in consultation with counselors and art instructors concerning course sequence, program admission, and transfer institution requirements is essential.
Graduates of the Fine Arts program have the creative and technical skills to find an array of careers in advertising, graphic design, photography, and multimedia communications. Popular career titles may include:
- Multimedia artist
- Graphic artist
- Desktop publisher
- Assistant graphic designer
Additionally, students who graduate with an Associate of Fine Arts degree may consider pursuing a bachelor's degree and transfer to a four-year institution.
Art Transfer Agreements
You can transfer credits from Moraine Valley's Art program to most four-year colleges or universities across the country.
The college is proud to partner with four-year colleges and universities to ensure a seamless transfer experience for its students who desire to earn a bachelor’s degree. We currently have 2+ 2 agreements with Lincoln College and Western Illinois University in addition to our always growing articulation agreements.
View our Transfer Programs page for more transfer guides and articulation agreements.
The ceramics studio features pottery wheels, a glazing room, gas and electric kilns, and an outdoor ceramics area. The studio’s numerous windows provide ideal natural light.
The painting studio accommodates students working in a variety of media. Natural light flows through the studio’s all-glass western wall, overlooking the center’s courtyard.
3-D Design Studio
The three-dimensional design studio houses a range of sculpture tools and construction equipment, allowing you to create three-dimensional work in a variety of media.
2-D Design Studio
The two-dimensional design studio accommodates a variety of art classes and features an expansive art display wall and 12 Macintosh computers.
The digital and darkroom processing studios are for creative photography and are available for students to develop, print and duplicate photographs.
Digital Art Studio
The digital studio is state-of-the-art and features Macintosh computers and industry-standard software.
|Program Name||Type of Credential||Curriculum Code||Department or Division|
|Art||A.F.A.||1425||Fine Arts and Humanities|