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MAJOR IN ART (Bachelor of Arts)

A student majoring in art must complete the core requirements, one concentration and the required cognates for that concentration, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. As a senior comprehensive, all art majors are required to hold a senior show in the Clyde and Mary Harris Art Gallery; the show is to be completed with the approval and coordination of the art faculty. All senior art majors are also to prepare a slide portfolio of their art work as part of the senior comprehensive. The slides should consist of 20 images in either traditional transparency format or any digital format such as cross-platform CD-ROM is acceptable.
 
Core Requirements:
ART161, 162, 163Design 9
ART 184, 185, 186Introduction to Drawing I, II, III 6
ART 194, 195, 196Introduction to Painting I, II, III12
ART264, 265, 266Introduction to Sculpture I, II, III
ART 284, 285, 286Introduction to Pottery I, II, III
ART294, 295, 296Introduction to Printmaking I, II, III
ART 324, 325, 326History of World Art 9
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CONCENTRATION: Commercial Art

ART244, 245, 246Commercial Art 6
ART194, 195, 196Introduction to Painting I, II, III*8
ART201Calligraphy
ART294, 295, 296Introduction to Printmaking I, II, III
ART307, 308Drawing IV, V
ART 317, 318Printmaking IV, V
ART 334, 335, 336Painting IV, V, VI
ART 344, 345, 346Advanced Design 9
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* 4 hours must be upper division.
 

Cognates: Commercial Art
GRPH255Desktop Publishing 4
HIST120, 121History of Western Civilization  8
PHTO156Principles of Photography 3
PHTO255Intermediate Photography 3

 


CONCENTRATION: Fine Art

ART 344, 345, 346Advanced Design 9
Electives chosen from courses listed below (limited to 5 areas):
ART194, 195, 196Introduction to Painting I, II, III*14
ART201Calligraphy
ART 264, 265, 266Introduction to Sculpture I, II, III
ART 284, 285, 286Introduction to Pottery I, II, III
ART294, 295, 296Introduction to Printmaking I, II, III
ART 307, 308, 309Drawing IV, V, VI
ART317, 318, 319Printmaking IV, V, VI
ART334, 335, 336Painting IV, V, VI
ART364, 365, 366Sculpture IV, V, VI
ART 374, 375, 376Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture IV, V, VI
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* 6 hours must be upper division.
 

Cognates: Fine Art
ENGL358Classical Literature 4
HIST120, 121History of Western Civilization 8
RELH 205Biblical Archaeology3
   or
RELT 418Aesthetics and Spirituality
RELT248Christian Ethics4
   or
PHIL205Introduction to Philosophy

 


MINOR IN ART

A student minoring in art must complete 33 quarter hours:
ART161, 162, 163Design 9
ART184, 185, 186Introduction to Drawing I, II, III 6
ART 324, 325, 326History of World Art 9
Electives 9
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Approval of art adviser required.