Requirements for a Certificate in Community Art are 24 - 27-credit hours including: 

Group 1: Art Core Courses5-7
Studio Art Foundations Courses - Pick 1 Course
Drawing I
Creativity & Design
Digital Studio
Art History Courses - Pick 1 Course
Art Survey
History of Art & Architecture I
History of Art & Architecture II
Group 2 - Community Art Preparation4-5
Community Art I
Group 3 - Art Electives 9
Pick 3 Courses
Painting I
Printmaking I
Taking Pictures
Sculpture I
Drawing I
Creativity & Design
Digital Studio
Community Art I
Film & Darkroom Photography
Printmaking II
Relief Printing
Ceramics I
Graphic Design I
Documentary Photography
Wood Fired Ceramics
Figure Drawing
Digital Photography II
Digital Filmmaking I: Narrative
Painting II
Advanced Digital Studio
Graphic Design II
Ceramics II
Sculpture II
Studies in Studio Art
New Media Art & Criticism
Art & Technology
Digital Photography I
Drawing 2
Advanced Studio
Digital Filmmaking II: Documentary
Community Art II
Group 4 - Interdisciplinary Electives6
Pick 2-3 Courses (from at least two different departments)
Culture and Difference
Introduction to Environmental Ethics
Compassion in Ministry
Learning Differences
Poverty, Justice and Transformation
Politics of Global Development
Introduction to Peace and Conflict
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Social Change in Latin America
Social Life of Cities
Placemaking in Urban Contexts
Total Credits24-27