Artists, gallery owners, graphic designers, museum curators, exhibit designers—these are just a few of the fields MC graduates entered successfully.
Now it’s your turn.
Montgomery College is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
MC offers two degree options in the visual arts: an AA and an AFA. You can take art classes at each of MC’s campuses—and each location has spacious art studios.
We offer a variety of art classes, including drawing, printmaking, sculpture, art history, digital tools for the visual arts, painting, and more.
Our students benefit from numerous opportunities throughout the year including artist residencies, guest lectures, workshops, exhibitions, and other programs that bring visiting artists to each campus.
Learn more about program outcomes, required courses, transfer opportunities, and career information.
- Art Associate of Arts Degree
- Arts and Sciences Degree, Art Area of Concentration
- Studio Art AFA Statewide Program
Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution in an art-related major should follow one of the degrees listed above OR the general studies degree. The choice depends on which degree most closely aligns with a four-year school’s lower level requirements. Work with a counselor or advisor as you make your decision. Visit each four-year school’s art/graphic arts sites to see the recommended freshman and sophomore course sequence for majors. Check requirements at each school carefully to avoid duplication. For example, at some schools, some MC courses are consider “upper-level” and the MC course may not fulfill an upper-level requirement. If undecided, choose common courses from several schools.
Related Programs and Courses
General Studies Degree
Students who major in general studies explore personal, professional, and academic areas of interest within a flexible framework supporting transfer.
Workforce Development and Continuing Education
MC offers a wide variety of noncredit classes. These courses are designed to help you upgrade your skills, pursue career training, or learn something new.