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Bachelor of Fine Arts
Studio Art

This professional degree program prepares students to pursue an advanced degree or a career as a self-employed fine artist. A foundation in a variety of studio practices and art history is followed by a focus on creating artwork in a particular studio area or areas such as ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking, or sculpture.

Course Listing   Semester Hours
 General Education Requirements 46-47* 43-44
Art Requirements   80
Required Art Foundation Courses    
ART 100 Art Theory*
ART 101 Two Dimensional Design
ART 103 Three Dimensional Design
ART 105 Color Theory
ART 130 Basic Drawing
ART 140 Basic Digital Photography/Computer Skills**
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Studio Art Requirements 3  
ART 205 Beginning Jewelry
ART 207 Beginning Ceramics
ART 211 Beginning Sculpture
ART 212 Beginning Printmaking
ART 232 Beginning Painting
ART 301 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic
ART 302 Art History: Renaissance to Modern
ART Art History (Upper Division)
ART 370 Drawing
ART 371 Life Drawing
ART 490 Senior Exhibit
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Studio Emphasis Area: four courses of Upper Division Study in one studio area of concentration 12  
Art Electives 6  
Upper Division Art Electives (300-400 level courses) 9  
Any Electives   0-1
Total   124
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* Art Theory satisfies 3 hours of Humanities and Fine Arts of General Education Requirement
**Basic Digital Photo/Computer Skills satisfies departmental computer literacy requirement.

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