Degree Programs

 

The Major

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts

Studio Arts Foundation

All studio concentrations share the following requirements:
  • ART 131 Drawing
  • ART 132 2-D Design
  • ART 145 Introduction to Sculpture
  • ART 159 Digital Imaging
  • One art history course. Students are advised to take as many art history courses as possible
  • Capstone: ART 495 Senior Project: Studio Art (taught in Spring semester only)

Concentration

In addition, Studio Art majors will choose one of the following concentrations:

Sculpture/Ceramics
  • ART 140 Introduction to Ceramics
  • ART 240 Intermediate Ceramics or ART 347 Intermediate Sculpture
  • ART 448 Advanced Projects: Sculpture/Ceramics
Drawing /Painting
  • ART 233 Painting
  • ART 331 Intermediate Drawing
  • ART 333 Intermediate Painting
  • ART 434 Advanced Projects: Drawing/Painting
Graphic Design
  • ART 150 Book Arts or ART 251 Typography
  • ART 252 Introduction to Graphic Design
  • ART 352 Intermediate Graphic Design
  • ART 456 Advanced Projects: Graphic Design
Photography
  • ART 235 Introduction to Photography
  • ART 339 Intermediate Photography
  • ART 436 Advanced Projects: Photography

 

The Minor

The Studio Art Minor

Two of the three foundation courses:
  • ART 131 Drawing

  • ART 132 2-D Design

  • ART 145 Introduction to Sculpture

  • ART 159 Digital Imaging

In addition, students will complete:

  • Three studio art courses, at least one of which is at the 200 level or above

 

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