The School of Art expects regular class attendance and supports faculty members

The school of art expects regular class attendance

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degree programs and their requirements. The School of Art expects regular class attendance and supports faculty members who choose to reduce course grades for lack of participation, including excessive absences. HONORS IN ART Art majors and B.F.A. candidates with superior academ- ic records are invited to apply for admission to the School of Art Honors Program. Students successfully completing the Honors Program will receive the designation of Honors in Art in their field of study upon graduation. The student’s official academic transcript and diploma will be so noted. Admission Requirements: The candidate must: Be a declared Art major or admitted to the B.F.A. pro- gram with at least 60 and not more than 90 hours of course work completed; Have a minimum 3.30 overall GPA; Have a minimum 3.50 School of Art GPA; Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty mem- ber in the student’s sequence (Studio Arts, Graphic Design, Art History, Teacher Education); Have demonstrated evidence of leadership by participating in student organizations or entering exhibitions or receiving recognition for written work; Submit a letter of application to the School of Art Honors advisor. Honors Program Requirements: Successfully complete a minimum of 3 hours of School of Art honors courses each semester for a total of 12 honors hours prior to graduation (2 specific honors courses; 2 honors independent study—299 courses); Initiate and complete a research project or honors port- folio under the direction of a faculty member in the student’s sequence; Maintain a 3.30 overall GPA; Maintain a 3.50 School of Art GPA; Receive no grade less than B in any Art course while enrolled in the program; Fulfill the general requirements for participation in the University Honors Program. NOTE: Once admitted to the School of Art Honors Pro- gram, the honors candidate will be advised by the School of Art honors advisor, who must approve the candidate’s course of studies each semester. Art Programs Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S., B.F.A. MAJOR IN ART (B.A., B.S.) Academic Requirements: Students seeking admission to the Major in Art must comply with criteria established by the School of Art, including submission of a portfolio of work for review by the School. Students interested in the Art History Sequence will submit a statement explaining their interest in the field, in lieu of the portfolio. Specific requirements for the portfo- lio and statement may be obtained from the School office. To graduate with a Major in Art (B.A., B.S.) students must complete all requirements of one of the School of Art’s Sequences: Studio Arts, Graphic Design, Art History, or Teacher Education. They must also earn grades of C or better and maintain a 2.50 GPA in all courses taken in the School of Art, in addition to maintaining a cumulative GPA of at least 2.00. Individual sequences may have higher requirements.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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