3674 - Studio Art

General

Program Title
Studio Art
Degree Designation
BFA
Program Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
On Campus
Program Description
Fine/Studio Arts, General. A program that prepares individuals to generally function as creative artists in the visual and plastic media. Includes instruction in the traditional fine arts media (drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, CAD/CAM) and/or modern media (ceramics, textiles, intermedia, photography, digital images); theory of art; color theory; composition and perspective; anatomy; the techniques and procedures for maintaining equipment and managing a studio; and art portfolio marketing.
Department(s)
Art
College/School
College of Liberal Arts
Status
Active

Requirements

Graphic Design

Credits: 81

Requirements: (60 credits or 33 credits with AFA) A completed AFA or First Year Foundations (15 credits): ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 104, ART 105. A completed AFA or Second Year Foundations (12 credits): ART 201, ART 202, ART 230, ART 231. Graphic Design Courses (27 credits): ART 220, ART 221, ART 320, ART 321, ART 322, ART 323, ART 420, ART 421, ART 422, and 6 credits of Graphic Design Internship ART 444.

Electives: (21 credits or 18 credits with AFA) 12 credits of Studio electives or a completed AFA and 9 credits from the following: ART 311, ART 315, ART 340, ART 350, ART 351, ART 360, ART 370, ART 381, ART 382, ART 383, ART 385, ART 389. 3 credits of Studio electives from the following: ART 312, ART 341, ART 352, ART 361, ART 371, ART 384, ART 386. 6 credits of Art History with at least 3 credits from the following: ART 332, ART 436. Remaining art history electives from the following: ART 332, ART 433, ART 434, ART 435, ART 436, ART 437, ART 438, ART 439.

Studio Art - 2-D Media

Credits: 81

Requirements: First Year Foundations (15 credits): ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 104, ART 105. Second Year Foundations (12 credits): ART 201, ART 202, ART 230, ART 231. Required Studio (18 credits): ART 360, ART 370, ART 381, ART 383, ART 385, ART 389. Concentration (15 credits): Core (9 credits): ART 311 or ART 315, ART 340, ART 350 or ART 351. 2-D Media Electives (6 credits): ART 312 (3-6), ART 341 (3-6), ART 352 (3-6). Advanced Studies (9 credits): ART 401 (6 credits), ART 402. Art History (3 credits) ART 437.

Studio electives from the following (6 credits): ART 361, ART 371, ART 382, ART 384, ART 386. Art History Elective (3 credits): ART 433, ART 434, ART 435, ART 436, ART 438, ART 439.

Studio Art - 3-D Media

Credits: 81

Requirements: First Year Foundations (15 credits): ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 104, ART 105. Second Year Foundations (12 credits): ART 201, ART 202, ART 230, ART 231. Required Studio (18 credits): ART 311 or ART 315, ART 340, ART 350 or ART 351, ART 383, ART 385, ART 389. Concentration (15 credits): Core (9 credits): ART 360, ART 370, ART 381. 3D Media Electives (6 credits): ART 361 (3-6 credits), ART 371 (3-6 credits). Advanced Studies (9 credits): ART 401 (6 credits), ART 402. Art History (3 credits): ART 437.

Studio electives from the following (6 credits): ART 312, ART 341, ART 352, ART 382, ART 384, ART 386. Art history elective from the following (3 credits): ART 433, ART 434, ART 435, ART 436, ART 438, ART 439.

Studio Art - Integrated Media

Credits: 81

Requirements: First Year Foundations (15 credits): ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 104, ART 105. Second Year Foundations (12 credits): ART 201, ART 202, ART 230, ART 231. Required Studio (18 credits): ART 311 or ART 315, ART 340, ART 350 or ART 351, ART 360, ART 370, ART 389. Concentration (18 credits): Core (9 credits): ART 381, ART 383, ART 385. Integrated Media Electives (9 credits): ART 382 (3-6 credits), ART 384 (3-6 credits), ART 386 (3-6 credits). Advanced Studies (9 credits): ART 401 (6 credits), ART 402. Art History (3 credits): ART 437.

Studio electives from the following (3 credits): ART 312, ART 341, ART 352, ART 361, ART 371. Art history elective from the following (3 credits): ART 433, ART 434, ART 435, ART 436, ART 438, ART 439.

Learning Outcomes

Objective
Demonstrate functional competency with principles of visual organization, including the ability to work with visual elements in two and three dimensions; color theory and its applications; and drawing.
Objective
Demonstrates perceptual acuity, conceptual understanding and technical facility at a professional entry level in their chosen field(s). 
Objective
Analyze works of art/design perceptively and to evaluate them critically. 
Objective
Place works of art/design in historical, cultural and stylistic contexts.
Objective
Demonstrate working knowledge of technologies and equipment applicable to their area(s) of specialization.
Objective
Work independently on a variety of art and/or design problems by combining, as appropriate to the issue, their capabilities in studio, analysis, history and technology.
Objective
Demonstrate competence by the development of a body of work for evaluation in the major area of study. 

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