Come this fall, Chestnut Hill College will begin offering three new majors and a new concentration for students. In a joint effort with Philadelphia’s Studio Incamminati, the college will be rebooting its defunct art studio major for undergraduates.
The partnership will allow students pursuing the art studio major to work towards a liberal arts degree from the college while completing studio work under the guidance of Studio Incamminati artists.
“Studio Incamminati’s program, grounded in the belief that technical mastery is a prelude for successful creative expression, is the perfect complement to Chestnut Hill’s broad-based curriculum,” said executive director of Studio Incamminati, Jay Pennie.
Students will also have the chance to complete a certificate with the studio by taking on a fifth-year supplemental program to their bachelor of arts.
The school will also begin offering degrees in digital forensics and computer systems management in the fall. A concentration in sports management will also be made available through the business major.