1809 - Art
- Program Title
- Degree Designation
- Program Level
- Instruction Mode
- On Campus
- Program Description
- This program is designed to give all students an opportunity to develop an awareness of the visual arts and an understanding of the history and development of art. A bachelor of fine arts degree is available to students desiring a concentrated studio art experience with an exhibition emphasis.
- College of Liberal Arts
18 credits upper-division studio electives: Select 6-9 from the following: ART 309, ART 311, ART 315, ART 340, ART 350, ART 351, ART 360, ART 370, ART 381, ART 382, ART 383, ART 385, ART 389. Select 3-6 from the following: ART 360, ART 370. Select 6 from the following: ART 312, ART 341, ART 352, ART 361, ART 371, ART 381 (if repeated), ART 382 (if repeated), ART 384, ART 386, ART 389 (if not taken above). Art history electives from the following (6 credits): ART 433, ART 434, ART 435, ART 436, ART 437, ART 438, ART 439.
Admission To Teacher Education: 0
Upper Division Writing Met
Art department allows direct admit to all programs
Students must pass a portfolio review (benchmark) after successful completion of First Year Foundation courses (ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 104, ART 105). Students have two opportunities to pass the portfolio review. Must have 2.5 overall GPA to graduate.
See program website for additional information.
- Demonstrate technical skills sufficient to achieve basic visual communication and expression in one or more media.
- Demonstrate perceptual development to achieve basic visual communication and expression in one or more media.
- Demonstrate workable connections between concept and media.
- Place works of art/design in historical, cultural and stylistic contexts.
- Demonstrate understanding of the nature of contemporary thinking on art and design.
- Demonstrate rudimentary discernment of quality in design projects and works of art.