2021-2022 Catalog

 

Studio Arts - B.A.

Common Core (48 credit hours)

Foundations Classes (24 Credit Hours)

ART-101Ideation/Interpretation 1

3

ART-111OBS/REP 1: Empirical Drawing

3

ART-120OBS/REP 2: Empirical Drawing

3

ART-131Ideation/Interpretation 2

3

ART-311Critical Theory in Art

3

ART-261Survey of Western Art History I

3

ART-262Survey of Western Art History II

3

ART-387Art of Modern Europe

3

Concentrations (12 credits)

12 unduplicated hours within a specific art studio concentration: Ceramics, painting, printmaking/drawing, or sculpture.

Ceramics Concentration

Requirements List

ART-241Ceramics I

3

ART-343Ceramics II

3

ART-441Ceramics III

3

ART-442Ceramics IV

3

-or

ART-251Sculpture I

3

Painting Concentration

Requirements List

ART-331Representational Painting

3

ART-332Abstract Painting

3

ART-346Painting From Life

3

ART-431Contemporary Painting

3

Printmaking/Drawing Concentration

Requirements List

ART-266Printmaking I

3

ART-366Printmaking II

3

ART-331Representational Painting

3

ART-466Printmaking III

3

Sculpture Concentration

Requirements List

ART-251Sculpture I

3

ART-351Sculpture II

3

ART-228Metalsmithing I

3

ART-241Ceramics I

3

Studio Art Classes (12 credits)

4 unduplicated Studio Art classes from the following.

5 of the 12 hours must be from ART-490 Senior Exhibit and ART-491 Senior Portfolio.

Requirements List

ART-131Ideation/Interpretation 2

3

ART-133Color

3

ART-241Ceramics I

3

ART-343Ceramics II

3

ART-441Ceramics III

3

ART-442Ceramics IV

3

ART-251Sculpture I

3

ART-351Sculpture II

3

ART-230Stained Glass I

3

ART-228Metalsmithing I

3

ART-331Representational Painting

3

ART-332Abstract Painting

3

ART-346Painting From Life

3

ART-431Contemporary Painting

3

ART-266Printmaking I

3

ART-366Printmaking II

3

ART-466Printmaking III

3

ART-490Senior Exhibit - Art

0 to 2

ART-491Senior Portfolio

3

6 Hours of Foreign Language

Foreign Language requirement - all students will be required to take 6 hours of a foreign language at the college level. The following exceptions and guidelines will be used to implement the 6-hour foreign language requirement:
  • Students for whom English is a second language will be exempt from the 6-hour foreign language requirement.
  • Students who have completed four years of a high school foreign language with no grade below a "C" will be exempt from the 6-hour foreign language requirement.
  • Students who pass a foreign language competency test at a level equivalent to four semesters of a single language (Intermediate 2) will be exempt from the 6-hour foreign language requirement.
  • Students who pass a foreign language competency test at a level equivalent to three semesters of a single language (Intermediate 1) will be exempt from 3 hours of the 6-hour foreign language requirement and will satisfy the other 3 hours by completing the Intermediate 2 course.
  • Students will be allowed to transfer college credit hours to satisfy the foreign language requirement.

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