Studio Art Emphasis

ART Major

This disciplinary emphasis also requires:

Supporting Core Courses31
Art History
History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval
History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern
Modern Art
Design Core
Tools, Safety, and Materials
Introductory Drawing
Three Dimensional Design
Two-Dimensional Design
Two-Dimensional Studios (choose 6 credits):
Introduction to Painting
Introduction to Photography
Introduction to Printmaking
Three-Dimensional Studios (choose 6 credits):
Introduction to Sculpture
Introduction to Ceramics
Introduction to Fibers/Textiles
Introduction to Jewelry/Metals
Upper-Level Core Courses9
Required Core Courses
Intermediate Drawing
Contemporary Art
Art History (choose one of the following courses):
Modern American Culture
Women, Art and Image
History of Photography
Upper-Level Studio Art Emphasis Courses 1
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. 1
Total Credits40