Montana State University

Art

Department of Art

http://www.montana.edu/art/

The School of Art is committed to making available the best possible faculty, curriculum, facilities, and experiences for a professional education in the studio arts, graphic design and art history. On both the undergraduate and graduate levels, the School seeks to prepare students for careers in the visual arts and to enrich the cultural lives of all University students. Additionally, the School recognizes its responsibility to serve as a cultural resource for the community, state, and nation.

The School of Art, fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Arts and Design, was established in 1893 and its first graduate degree was conferred in 1932. As an academic department of the University, the School of Art is a subdivision of the College of Arts and Architecture and is allied with the School of Architecture, the Department of Media and Theatre Arts, and the Department of Music.

The School's faculty is composed of practicing artists, designers, and scholars, each teaching in the particular discipline of his or her professional involvement. The regular faculty is augmented by graduate teaching assistants and by visiting artists/scholars who are part of an active program of lectures, workshops, and critiques supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Montana Arts Council, the Associated Students of Montana State University, and the MONTS Speakers Program. The Helen E. Copeland Gallery located in Haynes Hall, and the Waller-Yoblonsky Gallery located in the Melvin Graduate Art Studios, displays continuous exhibitions covering all aspects of the visual arts.

The curriculum is divided into seven areas of study: art history, ceramics, graphic design, jewelry and metalsmithing, painting and drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. Curricula within these areas lead to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design and Studio Arts; and the Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Art History, Art Education K-12 Broadfield, and Liberal Arts Studio.  Minors are also available in Art History (non-teaching) and Art Education K-12. The graduate degrees offered are the Master of Fine Arts in studio art (MFA) and the Master of Arts in Art History (MA). For information on the Master of Fine Arts and Master of Arts degrees, consult the graduate section of this bulletin.

Admission to Art Programs
During the spring semester of the first year in the School of Art, students are required to apply for admission to the remaining three-year curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts, the Bachelor of Arts in Art Education, the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts and the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. All applications for admission are subject to the approval of the School of Art Admissions Committee. Total enrollment in the program shall be limited by the teaching resources and space capacities of the School of Art. Spaces available each year will be awarded to those applicants with the greatest creative promise and highest scholastic achievement. The School of Art does not accept Advanced Placement Studio Art credits to fulfill Art requirements. AP Art credits may be used as university electives.

Admission of transfer students is selective and highly competitive; only those students whose past academic performance and portfolio submission indicate a probability of success are admitted. Students transferring from other academic departments within the university will be required to take ARTZ 106 & ARTZ 108 regardless of prior coursework. Portfolio review for transfer students will take place only during spring semester and at the end of summer session. Contact the School of Art for details and deadlines.

BFA Admission to Studio Arts and Graphic Design
In the Studio Arts Option-BFA and Graphic Design Option-BFA a portfolio review is required for all students before admittance to 300 level courses. Prospective students who are transferring from similar programs at other institutions must submit portfolios. Contact the School of Art for details and deadlines.

The curriculum for art majors is composed of both required and elective courses within the School, and supporting courses from the other schools and departments of the College of Arts and Architecture and the University. Students may be limited to two studio courses per semester based on space availability and teaching resources. Required courses outside of the School of Art have either specific application to the student's particular concentration or general application to a liberal arts education. The purpose of the curriculum is to develop perceptual and technical skills and to establish a foundation of ideas which gives meaning and direction to this training. The many and varied departments within the University offer the art student a rich source of technical, philosophical, and scientific information.

SEMESTER IN ITALY PROGRAM

Each spring the School of Art offers a semester of study in Italy. This program provides upper-level students with an enriching opportunity to participate in an intensive studio and art history experience by immersing participants in the art and culture of Italy. Course offerings vary from year to year.

Internship Program

It is possible for students to earn academic credit while working outside of the University, employed by businesses, individual artists, craftspersons, designers, or other agencies through the School of Art's Art and Design Internship Program. To be eligible, students must be art majors and be of junior standing. Further, they must have the recommendation of their academic adviser and approval by the Director of the School of Art. Accepted students enroll for internship credits under ARTZ 498 and GDSN 498.

Computer Notebook Requirement

Laptop Computers are required for all upper level graphic design courses. Contact the School of Art for specifications.

GPA Requirement

Art majors must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher to remain in the curriculum.

Program Fee

Because of the unique nature of equipment and materials used in the School of Art, all majors are assessed an additional fee. Students in some courses will also be required to purchase additional materials on their own. Please inquire at the School of Art office for specific fees.


Curricula in Art


GRAPHIC DESIGN OPTION - B.F.A.

 

Freshman Year F S
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 105RA--Visual Language-Drawing 3
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
GDSN 145RA--Web Design 3
University Core and Electives 4 4
15 15
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore Year F S
ARTZ 211RA--Drawing I 4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
GDSN 223--Design Principles 4
GDSN 224--Form and Content 4
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take one of the following:   4
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 4 4
15 15
Portfolio Review is required for all students
before admittance to 300 level design courses.
Junior Year F S
Semester in Italy (optional) (15)
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take one of the following:   4
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
Advanced Graphic Design studio electives

Take three of the following: 5 10
     GDSN 367--Identity Systems
     GDSN 368--Art Design
     GDSN 369--Public Design
     GDSN 371--Motion Graphics
     GDSN 372--Advanced Web Design
     GDSN 373--Illustration
     GDSN 374--Digital Visualization
     GDSN 375--Letterpress
     GDSN 376--Screenprinting
     GDSN 377--Design & Society
Advanced Studio Elective
Take one of the following: 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
     GDSN 492--Independent Study
     GDSN 498--Graphic Design Internship
GDSN 366--History of Graphic Design 3
University Core and Electives 2 1
15 15
Senior Year F S
GDSN 465--Professional Studio 5
GDSN 499--Thesis and Portfolio 5
Advanced Studio
Take two of the following: 5 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
     GDSN 492--Independent Study
     GDSN 498--Graphic Design Internship
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 2 5
15 15

All Graphic Design courses must be taken in sequence. A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.


STUDIO ARTS OPTION - B.F.A.

Freshman Year F S
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 105RA--Visual Language-Drawing 3
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
University Core and Electives 7 4
15 15
Portfolio review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore Year F S
ARTZ 211RA--Drawing I 4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take three of the following: 4 8
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 4 3
15 14
Portfolio Review is required before admittance
to the BFA major medium. Students who fail portfolio
review may continue in the BA option or may
reapply to the BFA program the following year.
Junior Year F S
Semester in Italy Option: (15)
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D) 4
Take one of the following:
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
Major Medium
Take two of the following: 5 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
Advanced Studio Elective
Take two of the following outside major medium: 5 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Arts & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 2 2
15 16
Senior Year F S
Semester in Italy Option: (15)
     ARTZ 400--Careers in Art 1
     ARTZ 499R--Senior Thesis/Capstone 3
Major Medium
Take seven (7) credits of one of the following: 5 2
     ARTZ 411--Guided Research-Drawing
     ARTZ 421--Guided Research-Painting
     ARTZ 453--Guided Research-Sculpture
     ARTZ 461--Guided Research-Metalsmithing
     ARTZ 472--Guided Research-Printmaking
     ARTZ 431--Guided Research-Ceramics
Advanced Studio Elective
Take ten (10) credits of one of the following: 5 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio Printmaking
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
     ARTZ 411--Guided Research-Drawing
     ARTZ 421--Guided Research-Painting
     ARTZ 453--Guided Research-Sculpture
     ARTZ 461--Guided Research-Metalsmithing
     ART 472--Guided Research-Printmaking
     ARTZ 431--Guided Research-Ceramics
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ART 421--Women Artists
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 1 5
15 15

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.


ART EDUCATION K-12 BROADFIELD OPTION - B.A.

Freshman Year F S
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 105RA--Visual Language-Drawing 3
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
EDU 202--Early Field Experience 1
Take one of the following: 3
     HDCF 150IS--Human Development
     HDCF 160--Human Development
EDU 223--Ed Psy & Adolescent Dev 3
University Core and Electives 4
15 15
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level.
Sophomore Year F S
ARTZ 211RA--Drawing I 4
Art Studio-Beginning 8 4
Take three of the following:
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
EDU 211D--Multicultural Education 3
EDU 370--Integrating Tech into Education 1
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
University Core and Electives 5
16 14
Junior Year F S
ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing 5
Art Studio-Beginning 4 4
Take two of the following:
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
Art History-Elective 3
Take one of the following:
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302-- Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402-- Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art &Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ART 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
EDU 382--Assessment, Curric, Instruction 2
EDU 497 --Methods: 5-12 Art 3
EDU 395--Practicum: 5-12 3
HDCF 356--Exceptional Needs 3
University Core and Electives 1 2
15 15
Senior Year F S
Art Studio-Advanced 10
Take two of the following:
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio Printmaking
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
Art History-Elective 3
Take one of the following:
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
EDU 397--Methods: K-8 Art 3
EDU 495--Student Teaching: 5-12 10
EDU 408--Professional Issues: 5-12 2
University Core and Electives 2
18 12

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.


ART HISTORY OPTION - B.A.

 

 

 

Freshman Year F S
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
Humanities Elective Requirement 3
Take one course from the English,History or Philosophy Department.

University Core and Electives 7 4
15 15
Sophomore Year F S
Art History (Group I)
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
Art History (Group II)
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
Art History (Group III)
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 438A--Beginning Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
Foreign Language
Take two of the following: 4 4
     FRCH 101--Elementary French I
     FRCH 102D--Elementary French II
or these two:
     GRMN 101--Elementary German I
     GRMN 102D--Elementary German II
or these two:
     SPNS 101--Elementary Spanish I
     SPNS 102D--Elementary Spanish II
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
Humanities Elective Requirement 3
Take one course from the English,History or Philosophy Department.

University Core and Electives 2 5
15 15
Junior Year F S
ARTH 492--Individual Problems 1 1
Art History (Group III)
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 438IA--Beginning Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
Art History (Group IV)
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
Art History Electives (art rubric)
Take three of the following: 3 6
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 462--Islamic Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
Foreign Language
Take two of the following: 3 3
     FRCH 201D--Intermediate French I
     FRCH 220D--French Language & Culture  or
     FRCH 306IH--From Reflection to Revolution
or these two:
     GRMN 201D--Intermediate German I
     GRMN 220D--German Language & Culture  or
     GRMN 303IH--Modern German Culture
or these two:
     SPNS 201D--Intermediate Spanish I
     SPNS 220D--Spanish Language & Culture
University Core and Electives 5 2
15 15
Senior Year F S
ARTH 499R--Senior Thesis/Capstone 3
Art History Electives (ART rubric or other)
Take three of the following: 3 6
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
Humanities Elective Requirement 3
Take one course from the English,History or Philosophy Department.

University Core and Electives 9 6
15 15

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.


LIBERAL ARTS STUDIO OPTION - B.A.

Freshman Year F S
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 105RA--Visual Language-Drawing 3
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
University Core and Electives 5 8
15 15
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore Year F S
ARTZ 211RA--Drawing I 4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
Take three of the following: 4 8
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
     ART 223--Graphic Design I
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945)
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 495--Field Studies
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 4 4
15 15
Junior Year F S
Semester in Italy Option (15)
Take two of the following: 4 4
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 271--Printmaking I
     ART 223--Graphic Design I
Advanced Studios
Take one of the following: 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
Take one of the following: 3
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments
     ARTH 302--Survey of Ancient Art
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ARTH 438IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art
     ARTH 400--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ARTH 426--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 6 8
15 15
Senior Year F S
Semester in Italy Option (15)
ARTZ 400--Careers in Art 1
Advanced Studios
Take two of the following: 5 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 361--Metals II
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
University Core and Electives 9 10
15 15

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.


ART HISTORY MINOR (NON-TEACHING)

Course Credits
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
ARTH 492--Individual Problems 1
(One credit must be on a topic from group I)
9
Take six of the following, at least one from each group:
Group I - Ancient Medival
     ARTH 302--Ancient Art 3
     ARTH 402--Greek Art & Architecture 3
     ARTH 406--Roman Art & Architecture 3
     ARTH 400--Art & Arch of Egypt 3
     ARTH 410IA--Medieval Art 3
Group II - Renaissance & Baroque
     ARTH 421--Late Gothic Painting 3
     ARTH 432--Art in the Age of Revolution 3
     ARTH 424--High Renaissance & Mannerism 3
     ARTH 422--Early Renaissance-15th Century Art 3
     ARTH 457--Baroque Art in Italy & Southern Europe 1600-1700 3
     ARTH 427--Baroque Art in Northern Europe 3
Group III - Modern & Contemporary
     ARTH 438IA--Beginning Modern Art 3
     ARTH 440--20th Century Art 3
     ARTH 451--Contemporary Art 3
     ARTH 430--19th Century Art 3
Group IV - Non-Western, Diversity, Theory
     ARTH 360IA--Hist of Asian Art & Arch 3
     ARTH 423--Hist of Printmaking (1450-1945) 3
     ARTH 332--Hist of Decorative Arts & Environments 3
18
27

ART EDUCATION K-12 MINOR

Course Credits
ARTZ 106RA--Visual Language-2-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 108RA--Visual Language-3-D Foundations 4
ARTZ 105RA--Visual Language-Drawing 3
ARTH 200IA--Art of World Civilization I 4
ARTH 201IA--Art of World Civilization II 4
Take one class from the following: 4
     ARTZ 221--Painting I
     ARTZ 261--Metals I
     ARTZ 251--Sculpture I
     ARTZ 231RA--Ceramics I
     ARTZ 211RA--Drawing I Drawing
Take one class from the following: 5
     ARTZ 332--Intermediate Ceramics
     ARTZ 373--Intermediate Printmaking-Lithography
     ARTZ 352--Intermediate Sculpture
     ARTZ 312--Intermediate Drawing
     ARTZ 376--Intermediate Printmaking-Relief
     ARTZ 374--Intermediate Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ARTZ 375--Intermediate Printmaking-Intaglio
     ARTZ 322--Intermediate Painting
EDU 397--Methods: K-8 Art (3)
EDU 497--Methods: 5-12 Art (3)
TOTAL 28

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