Art - Fine Arts Emphasis Requirements (BFA)

Major Requirements - 78 units
ARTSTDIO 1022-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (GA)3
ARTSTDIO 1033-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN (GA)3
ARTSTDIO 201DRAWING I (GA)3
ARTSTDIO 202DRAWING II3
ARTSTDIO 230PRINTMAKING: INTRODUCTORY SURVEY3
ARTSTDIO 321PAINTING I3
ARTSTDIO 341SCULPTURE I3
ARTSTDIO 303DRAWING III: THE FIGURE3
ARTSTDIO 311PHOTOGRAPHY: EXPRESSION AND EXPERIMENTATION3
ARTHIST 201SURVEY OF WESTERN ART - ANCIENT TO MEDIEVAL (GA)3
ARTHIST 202SURVEY OF WESTERN ART - RENAISSANCE TO 1900 (GA)3
ARTHIST 203INTRODUCTION TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART (GA)3
ARTHIST 420ART THEORY (spring only)3
Select 15 units in area of art specialization in consultation with advisor15
Select 6 units from Art History courses (except ARTHIST 111)6
Select three of the following 2-D Art Studio courses (not from area of art specialization):9
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (GA)
COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR THE ARTIST
INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
WATERCOLOR
INTAGLIO PRINTMAKING
RELIEF PRINTMAKING
SCREENPRINTING
GRAPHIC DESIGN I: TYPOGRAPHY
GRAPHIC DESIGN II: PRINT MEDIA
GRAPHIC DESIGN III: WEB MEDIA
ILLUSTRATION
ELECTRONIC ILLUSTRATION
MOTION GRAPHIC ANIMATION STUDIO I
TYPOGRAPHIC SOLUTIONS
ADVANCED DRAWING
PROFESSIONAL STUDIO PRACTICES
ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTO STUDIO - ART, ADS, IMMERSIVE PHOTOGRAPHY
THE ART OF THE BOOK
ILLUSTRATION II
GRAPHIC DESIGN IV: ADVANCED CONCEPTS
GRAPHIC DESIGN V: PORTFOLIO SOLUTIONS
MOTION GRAPHIC ANIMATION STUDIO II
Select 3 of the following 3-D Art Studio courses (not from area of art specialization):9
CERAMICS I (GA)
METAL AND JEWELRY I (GA)
METAL AND JEWELRY II
SCULPTURE II
SCULPTURE III
CERAMICS II
CERAMICS III
METAL AND JEWELRY III
SCULPTURE IV
SCULPTURE V: RESEARCH
CERAMICS IV
CERAMICS V: RESEARCH
TECHNICAL STUDY IN CERAMICS
METAL AND JEWELRY IV
METAL AND JEWELRY V: RESEARCH
Total Units78
Writing Proficiency
Select one of the following:3
CREATIVE WRITING (GH)
ADVANCED COMPOSITION
TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING
Or Approved Substitue including PHILSPHY 271

Department G.P.A. Requirement

Students must have a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. in upper-level major courses.