"I got a ‘crash course’ in what it means to be a real journalist through Morrisville’s Journalism degree program. I was exposed to the ins and outs of print, radio, and television with real-world, hands-on learning. With the personal attention I received from my professors and fellow students, I graduated with the skills it took to be a success in this business. I was challenged to dig deeper and really look at journalism as an important public service. It’s a responsibility I take seriously. Every day I go to work I rely on something I learned at Morrisville. It’s an experience I’m grateful to have. As I encounter journalists from other schools, I’m proud to let them know I am, and always will be, a Mustang."
Course DescriptionIntroduction to Visual Arts
This course introduces students to the world of visual arts, including how to look at, interpret, analyze, and understand a variety of art forms, such as drawing, printmaking, painting, sculpture, architecture, design, and the camera arts. We study art from around the world and from the beginning of human civilization as a way of understanding the social, political, and cultural attitudes that influence how art is produced, viewed, and critiqued. 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall or spring semester This course satisfies the Liberal Arts and Sciences requirement and the SUNY General Education Requirement for The Arts.