The Associate of Arts in Visual Arts Degree with emphasis in Fine Art enables students to pursue a career or interest in Fine Art. The degree provides grounding in art fundamentals and allows specialization in areas of particular interest. There is additional emphasis on a broad academic base needed to inform the artistic process and lay the groundwork for further study. The degree prepares the student to transfer to a four-year college, university or art school.

Art Studio Requirements (12 credit hours)

ART 104 Object Drawing 3 credits
ART 105 Drawing and Creativity 3 credits
ART 107 Two Dimensional Design 3 credits
ART 108 Three Dimensional Design 3 credits
ART 274 Typography* 3 credits
ART 276 Advertising Design* 3 credits

Art Studio Electives (Choose 9 credit hours)

ART 210 Life Drawing* 3 credits
ART 240 Painting 3 credits
ART ELECTIVE (200 level course) 3 credits

Capstone Course (2 required credit hours)

ART 290 Portfolio* 2 credits

History of Art (8 required credit hours)

ART 220 History of Art I* 4 credits
ART 221 History of Art II* 4 credits

Communications (9 credit hours)

COM 150 Public Speaking 3 credits
ENG 121 English Composition I* 3 credits
ENG 122 English Composition II* 3 credits

Humanities (choose 4 credit hours)

HIST 101 Western Civilization I: Ancient World to 1715* 4 credits

Mathematics (choose 4 credit hours)

MATH 151 College Algebra* 4 credits

Social Science (choose 8 credit hours from 2 different prefixes)

PSY 101 Psychology* 4 credits
SOC 120 Principles of Sociology* 4 credits

Natural Science (choose 4 credit hours with labs)

BIO 121 General Biology I* 4 credits
Total 60 credits
*Course has a prerequisite

Scope & Sequence

Fall 1 Winter 1 Fall 2 Winter 2
ART 104 ART 105 ART 220 *ART 210
ART 107 ART 108 ART 240 ART 221
*ENG 121 COM 150 *PSY 101 *ART 200 level elective
*MATH 151 *ENG 122 *SOC 120 *ART 290
 *HIST 101  *BIO 121

 

*Course has prerequisite
Effective: Fall 2013
Current as: 12/15/2016