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Fine Art

Requirements for the Major

Art Courses:

ART 101 Basic Studio Art 2D
ART 102 Foundation Drawing
ART 107 Worlds of Art: Ideas and Images OR other Art History course
ART 200 Basic Studio Art 3D
ART 601 Capstone: Studio Project
ART 602 Capstone: Exhibit and Portfolio

And one of the following painting courses:

ART 104 Beginning Oil Painting
ART 108 Landscape Painting
ART 201 Waterbased Painting

And one of the following 3D studio courses:

ART 106 Handbuilding Ceramics
ART 202 Wheelthrowing Ceramics
ART 208 Intro to Sculpture
ART 218 Contemporary Crafts

And at least three, but no more than five of the following courses (not previously taken):

ART 104 Beginning Oil Painting
ART 105 Art and Nature
ART 106 Handbuilding Ceramics
ART 107 Worlds of Art: Ideas and Images
ART 108 Landscape Painting
ART 201 Waterbased Painting
ART 202 Wheelthrowing Ceramics
ART 204 Drawing—Media and Expression
ART 208 Intro to Sculpture
ART 211 Who Am I: Search for Identity in Visual Arts
ART 218 Contemporary Crafts
ART 300 Wild Color: Fiber Arts and Natural Dyes
ART 303 Advanced Studies I
ART 304 Advanced Studies II
ART 590-594 Internships (2-4 SH)
ART 620 Independent Studies (1-4 SH)

 

What can you do with a Fine Art degree?

Imagine yourself a painter, mixed media artist, potter, or curator.