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Art

Concentration in Studio Art (42 credits)

For Art course descriptions, see the 2005-2007 Academic Course Catalog.

Check when completed.

____ ART 113, Introduction to 2-D Arts (4)
____ ART 114, Introduction to 3-D Arts (4)
____ ART 211, Color-design (4)
____ ART 248, Sophomore Topics (2)
____ ART 351, Senior Studio Thesis (4)
                     prereq:  ART 248 and acceptance to the major

12 total credits selected from the 200 and/or 300 level Studio courses:
____ ART_______________________________________ (4)
____ ART_______________________________________ (4)
____ ART_______________________________________ (4)

____ ART 101, Art, Aesthetics and Culture (4) FA (4)
4 credits of non-Western art history:
____ __________________________________________ (4)

____ ART 300 (4)

Special Requirements: A portfolio review precedes admission to the department. A senior exhibition is required for graduation.
(42 credits)

Students are encouraged to avoid narrow specialization and select a broad range of subjects, i.e. painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc.


Concentration in Art Education (46 - 54 credits)

In addition to minoring in Education (See Education), the students are required to complete the following courses:
____ ART 113, Introduction to 2D Arts (4)
____ ART 114, Introduction to 3D Arts (4)
____ ART 211, Color and Design (4)
____ ART 215, Painting
____ ART 218, Computer Art
____ ART 248, Sophomore Topics (2) Fall Semester
____ ART 351, Senior Studio Thesis (4) Fall Semester
                     prereq:  ART 248 and acceptance to the major

____ One course from 217, 224, and 225 and
____ Two courses from any 200 or 300 level Art History

4 credits of 100 level art history:
____ ART__________________________________ (4)
*4 credits of 200 level art history:
____ ART__________________________________ (4)
4 credits of 300 level art history:
____ ART__________________________________ (4)
*Note: one of the above 4 credits in Art history must be non-western.

16 credits of studio courses selected from the following:
____ ART__________________________________(4) (Select courses from list below)
____ ART__________________________________(4)
____ ART__________________________________(4)
____ ART__________________________________(4)

ART 214, Drawing I (4)
ART 215, Painting I (4)
ART 216, Sculpture I (4)
ART 217, Photography I (4)
ART 218, Computer Art I (4)
ART 219, Ceramics I (4)
ART 220, Jewelry I (4)
ART 224, Printmaking (Intaglio and Relief) (4)
ART 225, Printmaking (Lithography) (4)
ART 233, Topics is Studio Arts: 2D (2 or 4 credits)
ART 234, Topics in Studio Arts: 3D (2 or 4 credits)
ART 262, Digital Video (4)

Special Requirements: Students concentrating in art education are required to have two areas of emphasis which are met by taking additional approved courses in the areas of drawing, sculpture (including jewelry and ceramics), painting, graphic arts (including photography or printmaking) or computer graphics.

Students concentrating in art education may receive special credit towards core, and upper division requirements. Please contact the department chair


Art History Minor (24 credits)

____ ART 101, Art, Aesthetics and Culture (4) FA  (4)
____ 4 credits in non-western Art History from the 200 level courses
____ 4 credits in studio arts
____ A minimum of 8 credits in upper division (300 level) courses
____ 4 additional credits that can be lower or upper division credits


Minor in Art Studio (20 credits)

____ ART 113, Introduction to 2D Arts (4)
____ ART 114, Introduction to 3D Arts (4)

12 credits in elective studio or art history.
____ ART____________________________________
____ ART____________________________________
____ ART____________________________________

(20 credits)


Suggested first semester program of study:

CORE 100 or HONR 100, Symposium (4)
Foreign Language or other Core requirement (4)
and/or
ART 113, Intro to 2D (4)