Students specializing in Studio Arts will enhance their creative skills by learning new techniques, working with various arts media, and gaining critical perspectives to contextualize and analyze their work. This track is focused upon the production of art, rather than its socio-historical context.
- Art 101: Ancient through Medieval Art
- Art 102: Renaissance through Contemporary Art
- Art 104: Beginning Sculpture & 3D Design
- Art 151: Introduction to Design
- Art 204: Drawing and 2D Media
- At least 8 additional hours from the following:
- Art 208: Auto CAD
- Art 211: Pottery
- Art 218: Photography
- Art 304: Life Drawing and Advanced Composition
- Art 312: Materials and Techniques of Sculpture (2 hrs)
- Art 330: Materials and Techniques of Printmaking (2 hrs)
- Art 331: Materials and Techniques of Painting (2 hrs)
- Art 221: Introduction to Digital Film Production
- Art 321: Advanced Digital Film Production
- Art 251: Design Communication
- Art 351: Web Design
- Art 332: Advanced Studio I
- Art 431: Advanced Studio II
- Art 472: Senior Exhibit & Critique (2 hrs)
- At least 16 hours must be at the 300- or 400- level.
Total: 10-11 courses & 38 credit hours minimum
Art 204, and 151 or 104; four hours in Art 101 or 102; plus at least 8 hours of studio arts courses at the 300- or 400-level.