Major Courses - 50 hours
ART 100Art & Design Foundation Seminar (1) A
ART 101Drawing Foundation I (3) A
ART 102Drawing Foundation II (3) A
ART 103Design Foundation I (3) A
ART 106Design Foundation II (3) A
ART 110Foundation Portfolio Review (0)
ART 121Art History: World Art (3) A
ART 217Painting (3) A
ART 301Figure Drawing (3) A
ART 302Advanced Drawing (3) A
ART 395Pre-Thesis Independent Study (3)
ART 400Senior Art Seminar: Capstone (1) CAP
ART 495Thesis (3)
ART Choose two Art history courses (6)
ART Choose five Art studio courses (15)
Minimum grade of C in all major/cognate courses.
Formal admission to the Department of Art, Fine Art, Art Education, & Art History is contingent upon the submission of a portfolio of college-level work to the faculty for review and determination.
Students who successfully complete the art, art education or fine arts majors will:
- engage in the creative art making process, using imagery, methods and media to express and communicate ideas, feelings, experiences and aspirations.
- understand the formal, technical and expressive aspects in visual artworks, using critical skills to describe, analyze, interpret and evaluate such works.
- understand and appreciate the historical, social and cultural contexts of the arts and artists in societies past and present, while being equipped to enter the dialogue.