Majors & Minors in Art

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We offer two majors: 

  • Graphic Design
  • Studio Art

Many students within our program will choose to double major in both Graphic Design and Studio Art.

Major Requirements

Major in Graphic Design
In addition to the General College Curriculum requirements, students pursuing a major in Graphic Design must complete ART 101 Design I, 102 Design II, 131 Intro to Art, 201 Drawing I, 301 Drawing II, 203 Color, 231 Art History I, 232 Art History II, 206 Graphic Design I, 307 Graphic Design II, 308 Graphic Design III, 209 Typographic Design 465 Internship, COMM 233 Intro to Photography, COMM 213 Introduction to Advertising.
 
Major in Studio Art
In addition to the General College Curriculum requirements, students pursuing a major in Studio Art must complete 46 semester hours in art, including the core art curriculum: ART 101 Design I, 102 Design II, 131 Introduction to Art, 201 Drawing I, 202 Painting I, 213 Sculpture I, 231 Art History I, 232 Art History II, 465 Internship and 461 Senior Exhibit. In addition to the core art curriculum, the student must complete at least eighteen semester hours in electives from among the following: ART 203 Color, ART 204 Printmaking I, 206 Graphic Design I, 307 Graphic Design II, 308 Graphic Design III, 211 Ceramics I, 301 Drawing II, 302 Painting II, 304 Printmaking II, 311 Ceramics II, 313 Sculpture II, 401 Advanced Drawing, 402 Advanced Painting, 404 Advanced Printmaking, 411 Advanced Ceramics, 413 Advanced Sculpture, 441 Independent Studio, 442 Independent Studio, COMM 233 Introduction to Photography.


Minor Requirements

Minor in Graphic Design 
ART 101 Design I, 131 Introduction to Art, 201 Drawing I, 206 Graphic Design I, 209 Typographic Design COMM 233 Introduction to Photography.

Minor in Studio Art
ART 101 Design I, 102 Design II, 131 Introduction to Art, 201 Drawing I, 202 Painting I, 211 Ceramics I or 213 Sculpture I.

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