- Prepare for graduate school or further study
- Prepare for life after school
- Prepare for teaching
- Become a more well-rounded person
- Become a better communicator
History of Art I and II -These inspiring classes are always popular.
Photography - A balance of solid technical instruction and emphasis on individual creativity make these courses popular with many majors.
Painting - Students learn a variety of techniques and approaches from abstraction to photorealism.
Ceramics - The clay classes investigate earthenware, stoneware and porcelain through the use of gas, electric, raku and wood firing kilns.
Drawing - Drawing at Mercer is skills based and appeals to students interested in visual communications, visualization of ideas as well as to art majors.
What Students Do with this Degree After They Graduate
- Graduate school
- Gallery or museum work
- Personal creative fulfillment