Program and Opportunities

The Department of Communication Studies, Theatre, and Art seeks to provide a well-rounded education for studio artists. We stress the importance of a wide range of skills and emphasize the connections between disciplines. Our program is one which utilizes the liberal arts setting to the fullest advantage for students . Our curriculum provides a strong foundation for further study in the fields of creative expression.

Students are introduced to diverse Art forms through foundation studies. Electives may be used to focus on a particular field of concentration.

Fine Art Programs

   

Fine Art Major

Required Courses:
ART101 - Basic Studio Art 2D (4 hrs)
ART201 - Foundational Drawing (4 hrs)

ART104 - Beginning Oil Painting (4 hrs)
or
ART201 - Waterbased Painting (4 hrs)

ART106 - Handbuilding Ceramics (4 hrs)
or
ART202 - Wheel-throwing Ceramics (4 hrs)

ART200 - Basic Studio Art 3D (4 hrs)
or
ART250 - Digital Art Studio (4 hrs)
or
ART306 - Digital Photography (4 hrs)

ART 601 and 602 - Capstone I and II (2 hrs each)

Majors must also take one (1) art history elective and one (1) other art elective

Fine Art Minor

Required Courses:
ART101 - Basic Studio Art 2D (4 hrs)
ART201 - Foundational Drawing (4 hrs)

ART104 - Beginning Oil Painting (4 hrs)
or
ART201 - Waterbased Painting (4 hrs)

ART106 - Handbuilding Ceramics (4 hrs)
or
ART202 - Wheel-throwing Ceramics (4 hrs)

ART200 - Basic Studio Art 3D (4 hrs)
or
ART250 - Digital Art Studio (4 hrs)
or
ART306 - Digital Photography (4 hrs)

Minors must also take one (1) art history course

 



Fine Art program description from
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Fine Art coures from
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