Whether you are a beginner or seasoned veteran, the Department of Art and Design has professional studio space, master teachers and engaging course work to match and further your creative goals. Five exciting and diverse degree programs reside in the Department of Art and Design.
The Photography Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree is a career program that has the advantage of a solid transfer record to four-year universities and colleges. The photography area has state-of-the-art facilities and technology for teaching traditional and digital formats. Experienced professional photographers teach all of our courses. Whether you are looking to photography as a vocation or you simply want to take better pictures the Photography Technology Program has a course for you.
The Graphic Design Associate of Applied Science Degree is a career program that has established a substantial history of transfer to four-year colleges and art schools. With beautiful high-tech labs and eminently qualified teachers, the award winning Graphic Design Program at CCM sends forth superbly qualified practitioners of all aspects of graphic design.
The Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Animation at CCM is designed to provide students with a strong background in the process of animation from start to finish with classes in drawing, color theory, multimedia, animation and more.
The Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Arts is renowned for superb foundation preparation of artists. The A.F.A. is designed for transfer to four-year colleges, universities and art schools. Our professors are all exhibiting professional artists and our studios are large clean sky lit spaces. Studio courses include drawing, painting, sculpture and ceramics.
The Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Arts Education Specialization utilizes all the personnel and facilities listed in the A.F.A. Degree Program above with the addition of a select group of Teacher Education and Psychology courses.
The Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Design offers five related career paths or concentrations. The concentrations are Interior Design, Industrial Design, Architecture, Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising. Professional designers working in the field teach all of the courses in Design. All of the concentrations are intended for transfer to four-year colleges, universities and art schools. The County College of Morris Department of Art and Design is the place where your imagination can fly free and your artistic dreams can become a reality.
Professor Nieves Gruneiro-Roadcap
Chairperson, Department of Art and Design