B.A. in Studio Art

Students may choose to concentrate in ceramics, digital media design, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture

Course Requirements

Course No. Course Title Credits

Studio Foundations

ART 101Drawing I: General Drawing4
ART 104Design I4
ART 105Drawing II3
ART 114Design II: Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 204Synthesis/Three-Dimensional Emphasis3
ART 205Synthesis/Two-Dimensional Emphasis3

Art History and Criticism

ART 231Prehistoric to Renaissance Art4
ART 232Renaissance to Modern Art4
One Course from
ART 331Greek and Roman Art3
ART 332Renaissance Art3
ART 333Baroque Art3
One Course from
ART 334American Art and Architecture3
ART 336Nineteenth-Century European Art3
ART 337Twentieth-Century Art3

Courses in Concentration

(Students may choose to concentrate in ceramics, digital media design, graphic design, metalsmithing and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture)

Studio I (one 200-level course)3
Studio II (one 200- or 300-level course)3
ART 491Studio III: Topic1-6
ART 492Studio IV: Topic1-6
ART 497Senior Studio1-6
3 credits apply to the B.A. in Studio Art Program
Elective One course in studio art3

Cognates

Two Courses from
CIS 324Web Page Development (*)3
COMM 240Mass Media and Society4
COMM 241Introduction to Cinema and Video4
CSCI 157Introduction to Algorithmic Thinking (*)4
ENGL 325Literature and Film4
ENGL 434Studies in Theory and Criticism4
HIST 326American Cultural History: The Nineteenth Century4
HIST 327American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century4
MUS 201Survey of Music4
MUS 314Twentieth-Century Music3
THTR 105Introduction to Theatre3
THTR 110Fundamentals of Theatrical Design and Production3
THTR 440History of Theatre: Origins to 18004
THTR 441History of Theatre: 1800 to the Present4
*These courses are required for students concentrating in digital media design. Substitutions may be made with consent of advisor and department chair.

Total Credit Hours

58-60

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