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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 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 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 degree offered is the Master of Fine Arts (MFA). For information on the Master of Fine Arts degree, consult the graduate section of this bulletin.

Admission to Studio 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 ART 110 & ART 111 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.

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 ART 476.

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 YearFS
ART 110RA--2-D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 111RA--3-D Art Fundamentals4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals3
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art 3
University Core and Electives 85
1515
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore YearFS
ART 238RA--Representational Draw4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo3
ART 223--Graphic Design I4
ART 224--Graphic Design II4
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take one of the following: 4
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
Art History Elective
Take one of the following:3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 4 4
1515
Portfolio Review is required for all students
before admittance to 300 level design courses.
Junior YearFS
Semester in Italy Option(15)
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take one of the following:  4
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
ART 365--Intermediate Graphic Design I5
ART 366--Intermediate Graphic Design II5
Advanced Studio Elective
Take two of the following: 5 5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Prntmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Etching Tech
     ART 350--Painting II
Art History Elective
Take one of the following:3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
University Core and Electives 21
1515
Senior YearFS
ART 465--Advanced Graphic Design5
ART 468--Graphic Illustration5
ART 489R--Undergrad Research/Creative Activity Instruc
ART 490R--Undergrad Research/Creative Activity 5
Art Studio-Advanced
Take one of the following:5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3 3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Art
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 2 5
1515

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
ART 110RA--2-D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 111RA--3-D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals 3
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art3
ART 203IA--Renaissance - Modern Art3
University Core and Electives85
1515
Portfolio review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore YearF S
ART 238RA--Representational Draw4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take three of the following:48
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
Art History Elective
Take one of the following:3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--History of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives43
1514
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 YearF S
Semester in Italy Option:(15)
Art Studio Beginning (must include one 2D & one 3D)4
Take one of the following:
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
Major Medium
Take two of the following: 5 5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
Advanced Studio Elective
Take two of the following outside major medium: 5 5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Arts & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 2 2
15 16
Senior Year F S
Semester in Italy Option: (15)
     ART 410--Careers in Art 1
     ART 490R--Undergrad Research/Creative Activity 3
Major Medium
Take seven (7) credits of one of the following: 5 2
     ART 403--Drawing
     ART 411--Painting
     ART 412--Sculpture
     ART 413--Metalsmithing
     ART 414--Printmaking
     ART 415--Ceramics
Advanced Studio Elective
Take ten (10) credits of one of the following: 5 5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
     ART 403--Drawing
     ART 411--Painting
     ART 412--Sculpture
     ART 413--Metalsmithing
     ART 414--Printmaking
     ART 415--Ceramics
Art History Elective
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 308--History of Printmaking
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 421--Women Artists
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--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 YearFS
ART 110RA--2-D Art Fundamentals4
ART 111RA--3-D Art Fundamentals4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals3
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art 3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art 3
EDCI 102--In-School Experience1
Take one of the following: 3
     HDCF 150IS--Human Development
     HDCF 160--Human Development
University Core and Electives54
1515
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level.
Sophomore YearFS
ART 238RA--Representational Draw 4
Art Studio-Beginning84
Take three of the following:
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
EDCI 209--Ed Psy Hum Dev Adol3
EDCI 320--Found of Instr Computing1
HDHL 106--Drug & Health Issues in Ed 1
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
University Core and Electives5
1614
Junior YearFS
ART 338--Advanced Drawing5
Art Studio-Beginning44
Take two of the following:
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
Art History-Elective3
Take one of the following:
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Art
     ART 340-- Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402-- Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art &Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
EDCI 360--Foun of Assmnt2
EDSD 453--Methods of Teaching Art3
EDSD 363--Multicult Education1
EDSD 301--Paraprof Exper 1
HDCF 356--Exceptional Needs3
University Core and Electives13
1515
Senior YearFS
Art Studio-Advanced5
Take one of the following:
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
Art History-Elective3
Take one of the following:
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Art
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
EDEL 332--Teaching Art3
EDSD 410--Student Teaching10
EDSD 413--Professional Issues2
University Core and Electives7
1812

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
ART 110RA--2-D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 111RA--3-D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals 3
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art 3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art 3
LIT 110IH--Intro to Lit 3
University Core and Electives 5 5
15 15
Sophomore Year F S
Art Studio Electives (must include one 2D & one 3D)
Take two of the following: 4 4
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
     ART 238RA--Representational Draw
Art History (Group I)
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
Art History (Group II)
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art in the Age of Revolution
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
Foreign Language
Take two of the following: 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
University Core and Electives 1 4
15 15
Junior Year F S
ART 470--Individual Problems 1 1
(one credit must be in Group I)
Art History (Group III)
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 418IA--Beginning Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 463--19th Century Art
Art History (Group IV)
Take one of the following: 3
     ART 302IA--Survey of Asian Art
     ART 308--History of Printmaking
     ART 312--Decorative Arts & Environment
Art History Electives (art rubric)
Take three of the following: 3 6
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Art
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 407--Islamic Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--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
ART 470--Individual Problems 1
(Note: 1 credit must be on a topoic from group I)
ART 490R--Undergrad Research/Creative Activity 3
Art History Electives (ART rubric or other)
Take three of the following: 6 3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Art
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives 8 9
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 YearFS
ART 110RA--2-D Art Fundamentals4
ART 111RA--3-D Art Fundamentals4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals3
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art 3
University Core and Electives58
1515
Portfolio Review is required before admittance to 200 level studios.
Sophomore YearFS
ART 238RA--Representational Draw 4
MTA 103RA--Understanding Photo 3
Take three of the following:48
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
     ART 223--Graphic Design I
Art History Elective
Take one of the following:3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 425--Field Studies
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 450--Contemporary Art
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives44
1515
Junior YearFS
Semester in Italy Option(15)
Take two of the following:44
     ART 205--Painting
     ART 206--Metalsmithing
     ART 207--Sculpture
     ART 208RA--Ceramics
     ART 209--Printmaking
     ART 223--Graphic Design I
Advanced Studios
Take one of the following:5
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
Take one of the following:3
     ART 302IA--Asian Art
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking
     ART 312--Hist of Decorative Arts
     ART 340--Survey of Ancient Art
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture
     ART 418IA--Beginnings of Modern Art
     ART 419--20th Century Art
     ART 435--Art & Architecture of Egypt
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-1800
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe
     ART 463--19th Century Art
University Core and Electives68
1515
Senior YearFS
Semester in Italy Option(15)
ART 410--Careers in Art 1
Advanced Studios
Take two of the following:55
     ART 315--Ceramics II
     ART 325--Metalsmithing II
     ART 327--Printmaking-Lithography
     ART 333--Sculpture II
     ART 338--Advanced Drawing
     ART 341--Advanced Relief Printmaking
     ART 344--Printmaking-Serigraphy
     ART 348--Advanced Intaglio Printmaking
     ART 350--Painting II
University Core and Electives910
1515

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)

CourseCredits
ART 202IA--Ancient - Medieval Art 3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art 3
ART 470--Individual Problems 3
(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
     ART 340--Ancient Art3
     ART 402--Greek Art & Architecture3
     ART 406--Roman Art & Architecture3
     ART 435--Art & Arch of Egypt & Ancient Near East3
     ART 442IA--Medieval Art 3
Group II - Renaissance & Baroque
     ART 436--Late Gothic Painting3
     ART 440--Art & Revolution 1750-18003
     ART 448--High Renaissance & Mannerism3
     ART 446--Early Renaissance Art3
     ART 457--Baroque Art in Italy3
     ART 459--Baroque Art in N Europe3
Group III - Modern & Contemporary
     ART 418IA--Beginning Modern Art3
     ART 419--20th Century Art3
     ART 450--Contemporary Art3
     ART 463--19th Century Art3
Group IV - Non-Western, Diversity, Theory
     ART 302IA--Survey of Asian Art3
     ART 308--Hist of Printmaking3
     ART 312--Decorative Arts & Environment3
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ART EDUCATION K-12 MINOR

CourseCredits
ART 110RA--2D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 111RA--3D Art Fundamentals 4
ART 112RA--Drawing Fundamentals 3
ART 202IA--Ancient-Medieval Art 3
ART 203IA--Renaissance-Modern Art3
ART 205--Painting4
ART 238RA--Representational Drawing4
Take one class from the following:
     ART 206--Metalsmithing4
     ART 207--Sculpture4
     ART 208RA--Ceramics4
     EDEL 332--Teaching Art3
     EDSD 453--Methods of Teaching Art3
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