Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.
Requirements for a major in Art with a Community Art Concentration are 42 hours including:
|Studio Art Core|
|ART 232||Drawing I||3|
|ART 233||Creativity & Design||3|
|ART 234||Digital Studio||3|
|ART 241||Sophomore Cornerstone||2|
|Select 2 Elective Studio Courses||6|
|Community Art Core|
|ART 329||Community Art||3|
|ART 429||Community Art II||3|
|ART 492||Internship: Community Art Capstone||3|
|Art History Core|
|ART 251||History of Art & Architecture I (Ancient – c. 1700)||4|
|ART 351||History of Art & Architecture II (c. 1700 - present)||4|
|Select 8 credits of the following:||8|
|Introduction to Environmental Ethics|
|Compassion in Ministry|
|Poverty, Justice and Transformation|
|Politics of Global Development|
|Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies|
|Social Life of Cities|
|Placemaking in Urban Contexts|
- Students are advised that ART 232, ART 233, ART 234 and ART 241 are typically taken before the end of sophomore year.
- ART 492 is typically taken in the spring of junior year or fall of senior year.
- ART 429 is typically taken in the senior year.
- The Community Art Concentration culminates in a Senior Presentation documenting the development of a Community Art project.