Art: Requirements for the Major

Disciplinary Major
Areas of Emphasis

Studio Art (55 credits)

Supporting Core Courses (31 credits)

Art history (9 credits)

ART 102: History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval (3 credits)

ART 103: History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern (3 credits)

ART 202: Concepts and Issues of Modern Art (3 credits)

Design core (10 credits)

ART 101: Tools Safety and Materials (1 credit)

ART 105: Introductory Drawing (3 credits)

ART 106: Design Methods (3 credits)

ART 107: Two-Dimensional Design (3 credits)

Two-dimensional studios (choose 6 credits)

ART 210: Introduction to Painting (3 credits)

ART 243: Introduction to Photography (3 credits)

ART 270: Introduction to Printmaking (3 credits)

Three-dimensional studios (choose 6 credits)

ART 220: Introduction to Sculpture (3 credits)

ART 230: Introduction to Ceramics (3 credits)

ART 250: Introduction to Fibers/Textiles (3 credits)

ART 260: Introduction to Jewelry/Metals (3 credits)

Upper-Level Core Courses (9 credits)

Art history (6 credits)

Choose one of these:

ART 376: Modern American Culture (3 credits)

ART 378: World Art (3 credits)

ART 379: Women, Art and Image (3 credits)

ART 380: History of Photography (3 credits)

Required (3 credits)

ART 490: Contemporary Art (3 credits)

Drawing (3 credits)

ART 302: Intermediate Drawing (3 credits)

Upper-Level Studio Art Emphasis Courses (15 credits)

Students in the Studio Art Emphasis may choose from a variety of studio options in either 2-D or 3-D studios. Once students have decided on their chosen studio courses, they fill out the upper-level Studio Art Plan form in consultation with an Art adviser. The Art Plan form is used to count courses taken toward the degree and must be filed with the Registrar's Office.

- The 10-credit Design Core is required prerequisite for all upper-level studio courses.

- A minimum of 9 credits must be selected from one studio area in addition to other relevant upper-level studio art courses to total 15 credits. Upper-level classes have a 300 or 400 designation.

- Advanced studios may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits.

Some courses may have other courses substituted to be more appropriate for student goals. Talk to your adviser for more details.

Gallery/Museum Practices (61 credits)

Supporting Core Courses (31 credits)

Art history (9 credits)

ART 102: History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval (3 credits)

ART 103: History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern (3 credits)

ART 202: Concepts and Issues of Modern Art (3 credits)

Design core (10 credits)

ART 101: Tools Safety and Materials (1 credit)

ART 105: Introductory Drawing (3 credits)

ART 106: Design Methods (3 credits)

ART 107: Two-Dimensional Design (3 credits)

Two-dimensional studios (choose 6 credits)

ART 210: Introduction to Painting (3 credits)

ART 243: Introduction to Photography (3 credits)

ART 270: Introduction to Printmaking (3 credits)

Three-dimensional studios (choose 6 credits)

ART 220: Introduction to Sculpture (3 credits)

ART 230: Introduction to Ceramics (3 credits)

ART 250: Introduction to Fibers/Textiles (3 credits)

ART 260: Introduction to Jewelry/Metals (3 credits)

Upper-Level Core Courses (9 credits)

Art history (6 credits)

Choose one of these:

ART 376: Modern American Culture (3 credits)

ART 378: World Art (3 credits)

ART 379: Women, Art and Image (3 credits)

ART 380: History of Photography (3 credits)

Required (3 credits)

ART 490: Contemporary Art (3 credits)

Drawing (3 credits)

ART 302: Intermediate Drawing (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses (21 credits)

Gallery/museum core

ART 395: Exhibition Development and Design (3 credits)

ART 396: Gallery/Museum Practices Principles and Policy (3 credits)

ART 495: Advanced Gallery/Museum Practices (3 credits)

ART 497: Internship (1-12 credits)

Studio courses (9 credits)

Two-Dimensional area 3 credits

Three-Dimensional area 3 credits

And 3 credits from either area

Art Education (64 credits)

Art majors may complete an emphasis in Art Education leading to teacher licensure from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Only those requirements for coursework in Art are listed here. For additional information about admission to the teacher education program, consult the Education Office (www.uwgb.edu/education), or the Office of Academic Advising, or refer to the Education program description in this catalog. For advising information, see the Art Education adviser.

Supporting Core Courses (40 credits)

Art history (9 credits)

ART 102: History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval (3 credits)

ART 103: History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern (3 credits)

ART 202: Concepts and Issues of Modern Art (3 credits)

Design core (10 credits)

ART 101: Tools Safety and Materials (1 credit)

ART 105: Introductory Drawing (3 credits)

ART 106: Design Methods (3 credits)

ART 107: Two-Dimensional Design (3 credits)

Two-dimensional studios (9 credits)

ART 210: Introduction to Painting (3 credits)

ART 243: Introduction to Photography (3 credits)

ART 270: Introduction to Printmaking (3 credits)

Three-dimensional studios (12 credits)

ART 220: Introduction to Sculpture (3 credits)

ART 230: Introduction to Ceramics (3 credits)

ART 250: Introduction to Fibers/Textiles (3 credits)

ART 260: Introduction to Jewelry/Metals (3 credits)

Upper-Level Core Courses (9 credits)

Art history (6 credits)

Choose one of these:

ART 376: Modern American Culture (3 credits)

ART 378: World Art (3 credits)

ART 379: Women, Art and Image (3 credits)

ART 380: History of Photography (3 credits)

Required (3 credits)

ART 490: Contemporary Art (3 credits)

Drawing (3 credits)

ART 302: Intermediate Drawing (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses (15 credits)

Required:

EDUC 316: Teaching Art in the Middle and Secondary Schools (3 credits)

Studio Art (12 credits)

Twelve elective credits should include four studio courses from the 300-400 level in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, art metals, textiles, sculpture, or ceramics for which appropriate prerequisites have been completed.