Students in all art major and minor programs will:
- Demonstrate knowledge of formal elements and principles, artistic genres, stylistic categories, materials and techniques and contextual factors.
- Exhibit proficiency with a range of media in creating two- and three-dimensional artworks.
- Demonstrate research, analysis, and organizational abilities in relation to artworks.
- Articulate art concepts in appropriate oral and written professional presentations.
|ARTH 150||Introduction to Art History *||3|
|ARTH 352||Visual Theory & Criticism||3|
|ARTZ 105||Visual Language-Drawing *||3|
|Select one Group of courses from the following:||15|
|Group 1: Studio Art|
|Visual Language-2-D Fndtns *|
|Visual Language-3-D Fndtns *|
Studio Art Electives (8 cr.)
|Group 2: Art History|
|Renaissance & Baroque Art|
Art History Electives (9 cr.)
|Total Minimum Credits||24|
May satisfy General Education requirements.