Studio Art Concentration
A sound liberal arts background is critical to succeed as an artist. That’s why our program helps prepare you in visual creativity, as well as interpersonal and group communication – all so you can achieve a better understanding of the arts, civilization, religion, languages, literature, philosophy, government, and geography.
- Small class sizes
- Course that cover traditional and innovative cultures, trends, and media
- Positive learning environment that promotes your development and growth as an artist
- Opportunities to explore your talents and display work in a 41,000-square-foot fine arts facility
- A computer design lab, three equipped studios, and 2-D and 3-D classroom labs that include an adjustable potter’s wheel and a separate room housing four electric kilns.
PERSONALIZE YOUR PROGRAM
Directed studio experience and independent study courses are available and designed to meet individual needs of upper level art students.
Gain real-life experience – all before you graduate.
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through supervised internships of a semester or more in length.
- Art Director
- Fashion Designer
- Art Appraiser
- Police Artist
- Model Maker
|Art||111||Drawing I (3)|
|Art||209||Figure Drawing (3)|
|Art||210||Art History I (3)|
|Art||211||Art History II (3)|
|Mus||Two approved music courses (6)|
|Thea||Two approved theatre courses (6)|
|Art||398||Sculpture or Ceramics (3)|
|Art||399||Directed Studio Exprience (3)|
|Art||498||Senior Thesis Exibition (3)|
Total Semester Credits Required: 38