Undergraduate Programs

The department offers Studio Art and Art History sequences leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree, in addition to certification for teaching art in K-12 schools. Separate minors in Art for Education majors and Liberal Arts students are also offered.

Major in Art for the Bachelor of Arts Degree

Emphasis in Studio Art
Emphasis in Art History
K-12 Certification

Minor in Art

Studio Art or Art History

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Minor in Studio Art

Students who select an emphasis in Art History complete the following courses:

Level I
Art 106 Art History I 3 cr.
Art 107 Art History II 3 cr.
Art 120 Drawing I 3 cr.
Art 130 Two-Dimentional Design 3 cr.
Art 140 Three-Dimentional Design 3 cr.
 
Choose two of the following:
Art 230 Introduction to Painting 3 cr.
Art 240 Introduction to Sculpture 3 cr.
Art 250 Introduction to Introduction to Printmaking 3 cr.
Art 261 Introduction to Photography 3 cr.
Art 270 Introduction to Ceramics 3 cr.
Art 273 Introduction to Studio in Metals / Jewelry 3 cr.
Art 282 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3 cr.
     
  total credit hours 21


Students in the Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education programs who have selected an art minor must complete an additional 9 credit hours at the 300-level to meet graduation and certification requirements.


Minor in Art History

Students who select a minor in Art History must complete the following courses:

Level I
Art 106 Art History I 3 cr.
Art 107 Art History II 3 cr.
     
Level III
Art 300 Four Art History courses at the 300-level 12 cr.
     
  total credit hours 18