• Ceramics
  • Combined Art History / Visual Art
  • Metalsmithing / Jewelry
  • Textiles / Fibers
  • Visual Art
  • Visual Art Education

FOUNDATIONS -  3 hours
Note: The foundations courses require a permission number unless student is a declared Visual Art minor. 

Choose one foundations course from: 
ART 101: Drawing I (Fall or Spring)
ART 103: Art Concepts & Practice (Fall only)
ART 104: Art Principles & Practice (Spring only)

Choose a Visual Art concentration area from one of the introductory level courses listed below. 

Choose from: Ceramics (CER) ART 131 or CER 208: Fundamentals of Ceramics
Drawing (DRWG) ART 120: Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting, ART 102: Drawing II, DRWG 203: Drawing III, DRWG 213: Life Drawing I
Painting (PNTG) ART 120: Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting, PNTG 263: Painting I
Expanded Media (EXM) ART 123 or EXM 274: Fundamentals of Expanded Media
Metalsmithing/Jewelry (METL) ART 132: Fundamentals of Metalsmithing/Jewelry
Printmaking (PRNT) ART 121: Fundamentals of Printmaking, PRNT 223: Intaglio I, PRNT 224: Relief I, PRNT 233: Lithography I, PRNT 243: Serigraphy I
Sculpture (SCUL) ART 122 or SCUL 253: Fundamentals of Sculpture
Textiles/Fibers (TD) ART 133: Fundamentals of Fibers

4 courses at the 300+ level (JR/SR) in the area of concentration. Visual Art Prefixes include: ART, CER, DRWG, EXM, METL, PNTG, PRNT, SCUL, TD. 

Total - 18 hours

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