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 Studio Art Concentration are 42 hours including:
|ART 232||Drawing I||3|
|ART 233||Creativity & Design||3|
|ART 234||Digital Studio||3|
|ART 291||Sophomore Cornerstone 1||3|
|ART 494||Senior Capstone (494-3 For Studio Art Concentration)||2|
|ART 497||Exhibition Practicum||2|
|Select 6 Elective Studio Courses||18|
|Total Studio Credits:||34|
|ART 251||History of Art & Architecture I||4|
|or GPS 403||Iconographic Art in Judaism and Early Christianity|
|ART 351||History of Art & Architecture II||4|
|Total Art History Credits:||8|
Studio electives should be chosen with two objectives in mind:
- To develop expressive competency in one medium (or set of closely related media), and
- To learn the artistic possibilities found in a variety of other media.
Other requirements include:
- Participation in annual student exhibitions and art events scheduled for majors.
- Participation and passing score in Sophomore Portfolio Review2, Junior Critique2, and Senior Exhibition.3
Sophomore Portfolio Review: Prerequisites or corequisites for participation in Sophomore Portfolio Review are the following:
|Creativity & Design|
|History of Art & Architecture I|
Senior Exhibition: Students are required to develop and exhibit a body of their own work as part of Senior Exhibition.
A passing grade for the Senior Exhibition is required for graduation with a Studio Concentration Art Major.
We is strongly recommended that studio art majors take ART 425 Advanced Studio in the Fall term of their senior year in preparation of their Senior Exhibition.
Sophomore portfolio reviews and Junior critiques take place in the Spring semester. Schedules should be planned accordingly.
A passing score in Junior Critique is required prior to approval for Senior Exhibition.