The drawing program is an accelerated program that teaches drawing by observation, but also introduces critical thinking as a tool. Students start with Drawing I, followed by Drawing II (figure drawing), and concludes with Advanced Drawing. The drawing program offers opportunities in "drawing from nature" and self-expression. Most drawing media are explored, and experimentation is encouraged. The drawing studio is housed in Rusteberg 180 and consists of 25 drawing tables, but is not limited to an enclosed environment. It is not uncommon for students to use the university's grounds as a living studio to explore all possibilities.