Art - Studio (B.A.)
Objectives: To acquaint students with concepts and techniques of the visual arts; to study art as a tool in communication; to provide students with foundation experiences, processes, and necessary skills for effective visual self-expression; and to prepare students for advanced study in art.
Every art major must be featured in a senior one-person exhibition of twelve departmentally approved works. Students planning a graduate program in art should complete Art 321 , Philosophy 333 , and two additional upper-level studio courses selected in consultation with the advisor in painting, photography, printmaking, or digital art.
Students from must two or complete three a minor supporting in another disciplines, discipline with or the approval contextual of and the faculty support area advisor and composed the of six department courses chair.