Painting & Drawing Concentration

Painting and Drawing Concentration (50 credits)

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Visual Arts with a Studio Concentration consists of 50 credits. Grades of less than 2.0 (C) will not count toward the major.

  • Required Foundation Courses – 26 credits
  • Required Courses for the Concentration – 21 credits
  • Major Capstone Course – 3 credits

In addition to major requirements, students are required to fulfill the University’s Writing Requirements.

Required Foundation Courses For Studio Art (26 credits)
ART110Two-Dimensional DesignDouble Counts for T1 Arts & Humanities in Context
ART111Three-Dimensional Design
OR ART 207 Ceramic Sculpture
OR ART 208 Surface Design
Double Counts for T1 Arts & Humanities in Context
ART112Color Theory
ART124Digital ImagingSubstitutes for T2 Applied Information Technology
ART201Relief Printmaking
ART202Drawing IDouble Counts for T2 Creative Expression
ART211Art History I: Pre-History to 1600 (4 Credits)Substitutes for T1 Historical Perspectives
ART212Art History II: 1600 to the Present (4 Credits)Substitutes for T1 Historical Perspectives
Required Courses (18 credits)
ART206Sculpture I
ART215Painting I
ART306Wood Sculpture
ART318Intaglio Printmaking I
ART320Water Based Screen Printing
ART352Intermediate Drawing
Electives Select 4 courses in one area (12 credits)
Painting & Drawing
ART307Portraiture
ART308Painting II
ART309Figure Drawing I
ART314Landscape Painting
ART322Illustration I
ART470Advanced Topics in Art/Painting and Drawing
Printmaking
ART230Visual Journals & Bookmaking
ART311Relief Printmaking II
ART317Polyester Plate Lithography
ART328Printing for Textiles
ART420Intaglio Printmaking II
ART 470Advanced Topics/Printmaking
Sculpture
ART207Ceramic Sculpture
ART304Sculpture II
ART315Figure Modeling
ART324Metal Construction
ART353Installation
ART470Advanced Topics/Sculpture
Major Capstone Course
ART485Senior Seminar in Studio Art