Benedictine University at Mesa adds two new degrees

Benedictine University at Mesa announced the addition of two new degree programs – the Bachelor of Arts in graphic arts and design and the Bachelor of Arts in political science with an available concentration in pre-law, according to a press release.

Benedictine’s Department of Art encourages students to develop and refine their talent through exposure to a variety of artistic traditions, including the representational traditions of western art, modernism and Post Modernism. Students will take a range of courses from the disciplines of drawing, design, oil painting, printmaking, photography, computer art and graphic design.

The university’s department of political science offers students many opportunities for hands-on participation in public service activities. Students annually participate in Model United Nations Mock Trial competitions, consistently placing high.

The pre-law concentration gives students understanding of government systems and social problems while gaining skills in critical analysis. The concentration is an option for political science majors who plan to attend law school.

For more information about the Graphic Arts and Design or Political Science majors at Benedictine University at Mesa, visit, contact or 602-888-5533.

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