Do you have an interest in visual design or performing arts? Accreditation by three independent associations means Endicott exceeds the standards of other institutions. Advance your talent and career with a rewarding life in the arts.
Architectural design combines aesthetics and science to enhance our built environment in a sustainable and responsible way.
A pre-professional degree integrating studio art, psychology, and creative arts therapy.
Combine your passion for the arts with helping others with this unique degree program.
A four-year program for practice in the field of graphic design, including interactive, print, web, branding, animation, and motion graphics media.
Humanizing interior spaces for aesthetics, codes, function, and form through the design of interior architectural environments.
This degree provides students with well-rounded opportunities and exposure to all facets of the performing arts world.
An emphasis on photography skills, technologies, methods, & industry practices within a business and communications context
A four-year program with an emphasis on art practice and exploration, as well as the development of imagery and skills for commercial applications.
Explore all that the arts have to offer through the multi-disciplinary studio art program.
The 2-D concentration in Studio Art focuses on both traditional and contemporary practices in illustration, painting, and printmaking.
The 3-D concentration in Studio Art focuses on a combination of traditional processes and contemporary practices,
Allows students to gain skills in various media while developing a unique voice as an artist.
Success StoriesInternships & Careers
Cube 3 Studio
Networking leads to first interior design job
Sydney Kimball '18
"I landed this position with Cube 3 through an Endicott College Interior Design alumna who reached out to me during my winter intersession junior year and asked me to intern. Now it has led to a full-time job."
Thanks to an exciting junior winter intersession, Sydney Kimball landed a dream internship and future full-time job.Read Sydney's Story
The Artful Life Counseling Center and Studio
Art Expression Therapy—From Passion to Career
Jeana Alfano '20
"Junior year I discovered expressive arts therapy, which is a field that uses various art modalities to help people express and visualize their emotions. For me, this was the first step to realizing that utilizing the arts in my career is what makes me feel fulfilled. This internship experience has put me on the right track in terms of unlocking what truly makes me happy."
During her time at Endicott College, Jeana Alfano ’20 has struggled to visualize herself finding in a career related to her major, criminal justice. It wasn’t until her junior year that she discovered that her love for art and theater could be utilized in a future career.Read Jeana's Story
King Fish Media
Experiencing the crossroads of art and business
Alexandra Del Tufo '18
"Being at King Fish and experiencing the corporate side of graphic design made me really want to stick with it and pursue it for a future career."
As a junior graphic design major, Alexandra Del Tufo, considered changing her major to nursing. She craved a switch in a totally different direction. Turns out, she didn’t end up making that switch, and she has her semester-long graphic design internship to thank for that. Her experience interning with King Fish Media helped her realize that graphic design was exactly where she wanted to be.Read Alexandra 's Story