2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog

Art

Art Department Mission Statement

Making Art: the How, the Why

The objective of the art program consists of the development of creative, expressive and technically competent graduates. Inspiration, material, skill and judgment are directed toward this goal, as well as to the ability to form qualitative judgments within an aesthetic and historical context.

Art education should be thought of as a body of knowledge inseparable from the activities that confirm and document that knowledge. The learning challenge will include opportunities for the student to gain knowledge about the art of other cultures, as well as that of our own. The choice of materials, the accompanying creative challenge and the aesthetic rationale must be tailored to the intellectual, emotional and physical abilities of the individual student and contemporary culture.

At all levels of art education, the major emphasis should be on a meaningful and rewarding creative experience, during which the student builds confidence with technique, concept, design and aesthetic judgment.

Art Program Goals and Outcomes

Goal Outcome
Originate: Value originality, authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight, and dedication in the creation of artworks. Know the fundamental concepts of design and technique.
Design: know and practice the fundamental concepts of good design and master personal creative and expressive abilities.Solve technical problems competently in a variety of media.
Create: Solve technical problems competently in a variety of media.w RowExhibit proficiency in an area of specialization (graphic design, painting, printmaking, crafts, ceramics, sculpture).
Critique: critique art of peers and self with respect and an awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles and the period of their production.New RowMaster personal, creative, expressive and aesthetic abilities.
Present: evidence professional presentation through portfolio, exhibitions and marketing.New RowValue the expression of authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication to the process of the creating artworks.
Critique art of peers and self with respect and encouragement.
Develop awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles, and the periods of their production.
Form qualitative aesthetic judgments within an historical context.
Develop a capstone experience that punctuates the experience. This demonstration of knowledge can be an instrument for post-graduation employment, career path, graduate school admission or for other personal goals.

 

BA Art majors and minors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BA Art majors are expected to enroll in (freshman year), (sophomore year), (junior year), and (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple secitons with the consent of their respective instructors. BA Art majors are also expected to participate in a sophomore review and capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree.

 

Bachelor of Fine Arts Mission

The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree is a professionally oriented program designed to offer the candidate a well-rounded and rich experience in the process and practice of studio art and design in preparation for a career as a professional artist, or for graduate study leading to the MFA, or both. Enrollment in the BFA program is recommended only for those students willing to make a considerable commitment of time and energy, which is necessary to achieve professional competencies in their chosen area of specialization. Candidates accepted into the BFA program are expected to adhere to a high standard of excellence, demonstrate significant artistic growth, and maintain a minimum of 3.00 grade point average in all art courses.

Bachelor of Fine Arts Goals and Outcomes

Goal Outcome
Originate: value originality, authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication in the creation of artworks.Know the fundamental concepts of design and technique.
Design: know and practice the fundamental concepts of good design and master personal creative and expressive abilities.Solve technical problems competently in a variety of media.
Create: solve technical problems competently in a variety of mediums and exhibit proficiency in an area of specialization (graphic design, painting, printmaking, crafts, ceramics, and sculpture).Have achieved significant mastery in at least one of the traditional or innovative approaches or techniques appropriate to their work and are of specialization. (ceramics, crafts, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking and drawing, sculpture).
Critique: critique art of peers and self with respect and an awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles and the period of their production.Master personal, creative, expressive, and aesthetic abilities.
PRESENT: evidence professional presentation through portfolio, exhibitions and marketing.Value the expression of authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication to the process of creating artworks.
Critique art of peers and self with respect and encouragement.
Knowledge of broadly based examples of excellent professional accomplishment at both national and international levels.
Develop awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles, and the periods of their production.
Form qualitative aesthetic judgments within an historical context.
Have developed a significant sense of what constitutes a serious design project or work of art and a relatively coherent set of ideas and goals which are embodied in their work.
Develop a capstone experience that punctuates the experience. This demonstration of knowledge can be an instrument for post-graduation employment, career path, graduate school admission or for other personal goals.

 

Bachelor of Fine Arts Admission Guidelines

Applicants for admission into the BFA program must meet the following requirements:

  1. Applicants must have completed all 100-level core requirements for the BFA.
  2. Applicants must have been enrolled at Minot State University for at least one semester before an official application may be submitted. (This does not preclude students from working toward BFA credits.)
  3. Applicants must meet a minimum academic GPA of: 2.50 overall coursework / 3.00 overall art coursework.

Students seeking admission to the BFA program must submit an application packet to the BFA Program Advisor, who will then schedule a portfolio presentation and personal interview for the candidate with a committee consisting of five Art Department faculty members (known hereafter as the BFA Committee, and consisting of any three full-time faculty). Applicants may submit works for consideration in the form of digital images, slides, and original works of art. Application packets consist of the following:

  1. Letter of intent stating objectives and qualifications. Students should indicate an awareness of the differences between the BA and BFA degree programs.
  2. Copies of all current college transcripts.
  3. A list of all college art courses taken with the number of credits earned and grades received.
  4. Students must maintain continuous enrollment in the BFA program. Faliure to do so will result in termination from the BFA program. Students seeking a hiatus must make a formal appeal in the form of a letter to the BFA Committee to extend their program. Enrolled BFA students must present their work annually at the Sophomore/BFA Review throughout the duration of the program. Failure to do so will result in termination from the BFA program.

Admission into the BFA program, termination from it, and granting of the degree are done at the discretion of the BFA Committee based on annual portfolio progress and interview evaluations.

BFA Art majors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BFA Art majors are expected to enroll in (freshman year), (sophomore year), (junior year), and (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple sections with the consent of their respective instructors. BFA Art majors are also expected to participate in annual BFA reviews and a capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree.

 

Students must maintain continuous enrollment in the BFA program. Students seeking a hiatus must make a formal appeal in the form of a letter to the BFA Committee to extend the program. Enrolled BFA students must present their work annually a the Sophomore/BFA Review throughout the duration of the program. Failure to do so will result in the termination from the BFA program.

Arts Administration Goals and Outcomes

Goal Outcome
Originate: value originally, authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication in the creation of artworks.Exercise leadership in a changing cultural environment, identifying and articulating key issues and future trends facing arts management.
Design: know and practice the fundamental concepts of good design and master personal creative and expressive abilities.Plan for funding and development of the arts or cultural organizations.
Create: solve technical problems competently in a variety of mediums and exhibit proficiency in museum and gallery administration.Effectively govern a board, employees, sponsors, and volunteers.
Critique: critique art of peers and self with respect and an awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles and the period of their production.Recognize the role of culture in the nation, its people, and the world.
Present: evidence professional presentation through portfolio, exhibitions and marketing.Facilitate connections between artists and the audience through effective management practices.
Develop a professional network of resources in the arts community.
Develop a capstone experience that punctuates the experience. This demonstration of knowledge can be an instrument for post-graduation employment, career path, graduate school admission or for other personal goals.

 

BS Arts Administration majors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BS Arts Administration majors are expected to enroll in (freshmen year), (sophomore year), (junior year), and (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple sections with the consent of their respective instructors. Arts Administration majors are also expected to participate in a sophomore review and capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree.

Art Education Program Goals and Outcomes

Goal Outcome
Originate: value originality, authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication in the creation of artworks.Know the fundamental concepts of design and technique.
Design: know and practice the fundamental concepts of good design and master personal creative and expressive abilities.Solve technical problems competently in a variety of media.
Create: solve technical problems competently in a variety of mediums and exhibit proficiency in an area of specialization (graphic design, painting, printmaking, crafts, ceramics, and sculpture).Exhibit proficiency in the teaching of art, K–12.
Critique: critique art of peers and self with respect and an awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles and the period of their production.Master personal, creative, and expressive abilities.
Present: evidence professional presentation through portfolio, exhibitions and marketing.Value the expression of authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight, and dedication to the process of the creating artworks.
Teach: display proficiency in teaching art K-12.Critique art of peers and self with respect and encouragement.
Develop awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles and the periods of their production.
Form qualitative aesthetic judgments within a historical context.
Develop a capstone experience that punctuates the experience. This demonstration of knowledge can be an instrument for post-graduation employment, career path, graduate school admission or for other personal goals.

 

BSE Art majors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BSE Art majors are expected to enroll in (freshman year), (sophomore year), (junior year), and (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple sections with the consent of their respective instructors. BSE Art majors are also expected to participate in a sophomore review and capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree.

 

Multimedia Studies Program Goals and Outcomes

Goal Outcome
A Multimedia Studies graduate will have a comprehensive and interdisciplinary understanding of business, design, communication and technology.Know the fundamental concepts of design and communication.
Solve technical problems competently using technology.
Exhibit proficiency in all areas of this interdisciplinary program.
Master problem-solving abilities.
Value the expression of authenticity, integrity, innovation, insight and dedication to the process of the creating artworks.
Critique art of peers and self with respect.
Develop awareness of diverse cultures, different art styles, and the periods of their production.
Form qualitative aesthetic judgments.
Develop a capstone experience that punctuates the experience. This demonstration of knowledge can be an instrument for post-graduation employment, career path, graduate school admission or for other personal goals.

 

BS Multimedia Studies majors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BS Multimedia Studies majors are expected to enroll in ART 191 Visual Arts Seminar I (freshmen year), ART 291 Visual Arts Seminar II (sophomore year),ART 391 Visual Arts Seminar III (junior year), and ART 491 Visual Arts Seminar IV (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple sections with the consent of their respective instructors. BS Multimedia Studies majors are also expected to participate in a sophomore review and capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree. A senior project in Communication Arts may substitute for a capstone experience by enrolling in COMM 392 Junior Project and COMM 492 Senior Project with the consent of the respective instructor.

Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Art

General Education
General Education Courses38-40
Required Foundation
ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 191Visual Arts Seminar I1
ART 207Digital Tools: Imaging & Print3
ART 210Art History I3
ART 211Art History II3
ART 231Figure Drawing I3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 291Visual Arts Seminar II1
ART 310Modernism3
ART 391Visual Arts Seminar III1
ART 491Visual Arts Seminar IV1
Options
Select one of the following options:18-19
Art History
Introduction to Visual Arts
Art History II
Non-Western Art History
Advanced Study in Art History
Select two of the following:
Modernism
Postmodernism
History of Architecture
Women in the Visual Arts
Native American Art
Study Tour
Special Topics
Ceramics
Ceramics I
Sculpture I
Ceramics II
Ceramics III
Advanced Independent Ceramics
Select one of the following:
Crafts
Jewelry I
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Crafts
Crafts
Jewelry I
Ceramics I
Printmaking I
Advanced Independent Crafts
Select one of the following:
Sculpture I
Ceramics II
Water Media I
Advanced Independent Jewelry
Graphic Design
Graphic Design I
Graphic Design II
Graphic Design III
Art Internship
Select one of the following:
Digital Design:Interactive Web
Digital Design:Motion
Select one of the following:
Painting I
Water Media I
Printmaking I
Illustration Techniques
Advanced Independent Graphic Design
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Painting
Painting I
Water Media I
Painting II
Painting III
Advanced Independent Painting
Select one of the following:
Illustration Techniques
Advanced Drawing
Water Media II
Advanced Independent Drawing
Photography
Digital Photography
Advanced Photography
Alternative Photography
Art Methods
Art Internship
Select one of the following:
Digital Design:Interactive Web
Digital Design:Motion
Select one of the following:
Printmaking I
Printmaking II
Advanced Independent Photography
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Printmaking and Drawing
Printmaking I
Printmaking II
Advanced Drawing
Printmaking III
Advanced Independent Drawing
Advanced Independent Printmaking
Select one of the following:
Water Media I
Illustration Techniques
Painting II
Water Media II
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Sculpture
Ceramics I
Sculpture I
Sculpture II
Ceramics II
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Select one of the following:
Crafts
Jewelry I
Advanced Drawing
Ceramics III
Second Major or Minor and/or Concentration(s)
Second Major or Minor and/or Concentration(s)32
General Electives
General Elective Courses 112
Total Hours137-140

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Any art courses, including study tours and advanced studies, may apply.

 



 


Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Major in Art

General Education
General Education Course Requirements38-40
Required Fine Arts Core
ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 191Visual Arts Seminar I1
ART 207Digital Tools: Imaging & Print3
ART 210Art History I3
ART 211Art History II3
ART 212Non-Western Art History3
ART 231Figure Drawing I3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 291Visual Arts Seminar II1
ART 310Modernism3
ART 311Postmodernism3
ART 312History of Architecture3
ART 391Visual Arts Seminar III1
ART 397BFA Internship2
ART 426BFA Thesis3
ART 491Visual Arts Seminar IV1
Options33
Ceramics
Ceramics I
Sculpture I
Ceramics II
Ceramics III
Advanced Independent Ceramics
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Art Internship
Elect six credits from the following:
Crafts
Jewelry I
Sculpture II
Crafts
Crafts
Jewelry I
Ceramics I
Sculpture I
Printmaking I
Ceramics II
Advanced Independent Jewelry
Advanced Independent Crafts
Elect six credits from the following:
Water Media I
Sculpture II
Ceramics III
Graphic Design
Graphic Design I
Graphic Design II
Printmaking I
Graphic Design III
Illustration Techniques
Digital Design:Interactive Web
Digital Design:Motion
Art Internship
Elect six credits from the following:
Painting I
Water Media I
Printmaking II
Water Media II
Alternative Photography
Advanced Independent Graphic Design
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Painting
Painting I
Water Media I
Printmaking I
Illustration Techniques
Advanced Drawing
Painting II
Painting III
Water Media II
Advanced Independent Painting
Elect six credits from the following:
Printmaking II
Alternative Photography
Advanced Independent Drawing
Photography
Printmaking I
Digital Photography
Advanced Photography
Advanced Independent Photography
Alternative Photography
Digital Design:Interactive Web
Digital Design:Motion
Art Internship
Elect six credits from the following:
Graphic Design I
Graphic Design II
Printmaking II
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Printmaking and Design
Painting I
Water Media I
Printmaking I
Printmaking II
Illustration Techniques
Advanced Drawing
Printmaking III
Advanced Independent Drawing
Advanced Independent Printmaking
Elect six credits from the following:
Graphic Design I
Graphic Design II
Painting II
Water Media II
Alternative Photography
Advanced Independent Computer Graphics
Sculpture
Crafts
Jewelry I
Ceramics I
Sculpture I
Sculpture II
Advanced Drawing
Ceramics II
Ceramics III
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Elect six credits from the following:
Painting I
Painting II
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Advanced Independent Jewelry
Elect any six credits of the following:6
Special Topics
Special Topics
Study Tour
Study Tour
Introduction to Film
World Literature
Humanities 1
Humanities 1
Humanities 1
Non-Western Humanities 1
Special Topics
Music Appreciation
History of US Through Music
Introduction to Philosophy 1
Introduction to Theatre Arts
Acting I
Total Hours128-130

1

Recommended for General Education Requirement.

Bachelor of Science with a Major in Arts Administration

Arts Administration majors are required to attend three Northwest Art Center exhibition receptions and have that verified in the Visual Arts Seminars.

General Education
General Education Course Requirements38-40
Required Art Foundation
ART 110Introduction to Visual Arts3
ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 191Visual Arts Seminar I1
ART 210Art History I3
ART 211Art History II3
ART 213Graphic Design I3
ART 214Graphic Design II3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 291Visual Arts Seminar II1
ART 391Visual Arts Seminar III1
ART 420Advanced Study in Art History6
ART 491Visual Arts Seminar IV1
Required Administration Foundation
ACCT 200Elements of Accounting I3
ACCT 201Elements of Accounting II3
ACCT 300Legal Environment of Business3
BADM 301Fundamentals of Management3
BADM 303Human Resource Management3
BADM 304Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management3
BADM 321Marketing3
BADM 436Organizational Behavior Principles and Practices3
BADM 465Strategic Management3
FIN 353Corporation Finance3
Required Communication Arts Foundation
COMM 212Interpersonal Communication3
COMM 218Public Relations Principles3
COMM 220Broadcast Advertising & Applications3
COMM 244Reporting and Feature Writing3
COMM 325Campaigns and Strategies3
Required English Foundation
ENGL 315Profes and Tech Writing3
Highly Recommended Electives
Select eight credits from the following:8
Government/Not-For-Profit Accounting
Introduction to Studio Art
Drawing I
Non-Western Art History
Modernism
Postmodernism
Negotiations
Applied Business Research
Consumer Behavior
Spreadsheet Applications
Advanced Public Speaking
Poetry Workshop
Modernization of Early America
North Dakota History
American Indian History
Practice and Method
Non-Western Humanities
Music Appreciation
World Music
History of US Through Music
Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in America
Creative Drama
Stagecraft
Theatre Management
Total Hours131-133

Bachelor of Science in Education with a Major in Art

General Education
General Education Course Requirements38-40
Required Core
ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 140Crafts3
ART 191Visual Arts Seminar I1
ART 201Art Methods for Elementary Education3
ART 210Art History I3
ART 211Art History II3
ART 220Painting I3
ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 265Sculpture I3
ART 270Printmaking I3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 291Visual Arts Seminar II1
ART 391Visual Arts Seminar III1
ART 491Visual Arts Seminar IV1
Select one of the following:2-3
Figure Drawing I
Printmaking II
Modernism
Postmodernism
Advanced Drawing
Art Internship
K-12 Certification
ART 390Art Methods4
ED 250Foundations of Education2
ED 260Educational Psychology2
ED 320Curriculum, Planning & Assessment 13
ED 380Technology in Teaching 12
ED 460Managing the Learning Environment 12
ED 470Teaching Diverse Learners 12
ED 494Student Teaching K-1216
SS 283Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in America3
SPED 110Introduction to Exceptional Children3
PSY 255Child & Adolescent Psychology3
Total Hours128-131

1

 Required admission to Teacher Education.


 

Bachelor of Science with a Major in Multimedia Studies

General Education
General Education Courses38-40
Multimedia Studies (87-90)
Required Foundation - Art
ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 191Visual Arts Seminar I1
ART 207Digital Tools: Imaging & Print3
ART 213Graphic Design I3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 291Visual Arts Seminar II1
ART 391Visual Arts Seminar III1
ART 422Digital Design:Interactive Web3
ART 423Digital Design:Motion3
ART 491Visual Arts Seminar IV1
ART 497Art Internship1-4
Select one of the following:2-3
ART 214Graphic Design II3
ART 281Digital Photography3
Required Foundation - Business Administration
BADM 321Marketing3
BADM 324Integrated Marketing Communications3
BADM 422Consumer Behavior3
BADM 427International Marketing3
Required Foundation - Communication Arts
COMM 120Introduction to Broadcasting3
COMM 218Public Relations Principles3
COMM 225Audio Production I3
COMM 244Reporting and Feature Writing3
COMM 283TV Activities1
COMM 284Radio Activities1
COMM 323Journalism History3
COMM 325Campaigns and Strategies3
COMM 360Video Production I3
COMM 412Communication Law3
COMM 475Broadcast Production1
Required Foundation - English
ENGL 315Profes and Tech Writing3
Required Foundation - Music
MUSC 100Music Appreciation3
MUSC 205History of US Through Music3
Electives
Elective Course0-3
Total Hours123-132

Art Minor

ART 110Introduction to Visual Arts3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
Select two of the following:4-6
Crafts
Jewelry I
Graphic Design I
Photography I
Painting I
Ceramics I
Sculpture II
Printmaking I
Art History I
Art History II
Total Hours19-21

Art History Minor

ART 110Introduction to Visual Arts3
ART 212Non-Western Art History3
ART 310Modernism3
ART 312History of Architecture3
ART 315Native American Art3
ART 420Advanced Study in Art History1-6
Select one from the following:3
Art History I
Art History II
Women in the Visual Arts
Study Tour
Special Topics
Total Hours19-24

Art Concentration

Non Art Majors Only:

Art History
ART 110Introduction to Visual Arts3
ART 212Non-Western Art History3
ART 315Native American Art3
ART 420Advanced Study in Art History1-6
Select three credits from the following:3
Art History I
Art History II
Modernism
Postmodernism
History of Architecture
Women in the Visual Arts
Study Tour
Special Topics
Total Hours13-18

Ceramics Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 351Ceramics II3
Total Hours15

Crafts Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 140Crafts3
ART 204Jewelry I3
Total Hours15

Graphic Design Concentration

ART 112Computer Graphics3
ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 213Graphic Design I3
Total Hours15

Painting Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 220Painting I3
ART 225Water Media I3
Total Hours15

Photography Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 280Photography I3
ART 382Alternative Photography3
Total Hours15

Printmaking and Drawing Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 130Drawing I3
ART 231Figure Drawing I3
ART 270Printmaking I3
Select one of the following:2
Printmaking II
Advanced Drawing
Total Hours14

Sculpture Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 265Sculpture I3
Total Hours15

Art Concentration

Art Majors Only:

Art History15
ART 110Introduction to Visual Arts3
ART 212Non-Western Art History3
ART 315Native American Art3
ART 420Advanced Study in Art History1-6
Select three credits from the following:3
Modernism
Postmodernism
History of Architecture
Women in the Visual Arts
Study Tour
Special Topics
Total Hours28-33

Ceramics Concentration

ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 265Sculpture I3
ART 351Ceramics II3
ART 352Ceramics III3
ART 412Advanced Independent Ceramics1-16
Total Hours13-28

Crafts Concentration

ART 140Crafts3
ART 204Jewelry I3
ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 265Sculpture I3
ART 270Printmaking I3
Total Hours15

Graphic Design Concentration

ART 213Graphic Design I3
ART 214Graphic Design II3
ART 322Graphic Design III3
ART 414Advanced Independent Graphic Design1-16
Select five credits from the following:5
ART 422Digital Design:Interactive Web3
ART 423Digital Design:Motion3
Total Hours21-36

Painting Concentration

ART 220Painting I3
ART 225Water Media I3
ART 333Painting II3
ART 334Painting III3
ART 325Water Media II3
Total Hours15

Photography Concentration

ART 270Printmaking I3
ART 280Photography I3
or ART 281 Digital Photography
ART 380Advanced Photography3
ART 382Alternative Photography3
ART 417Advanced Independent Photography1-16
Total Hours13-28

Printmaking and Drawing Concentration

ART 270Printmaking I3
ART 271Printmaking II3
ART 331Advanced Drawing3
ART 362Printmaking III3
Select three credits from the following:3
Illustration Techniques
Advanced Independent Drawing
Advanced Independent Sculpture
Total Hours15

Sculpture Concentration

ART 122Two-Dimensional Design3
ART 123Color and Design3
ART 124Three-Dimensional Design3
ART 250Ceramics I3
ART 265Sculpture I3
Total Hours15