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C F A Sculpture: ART 232, 233 and 332; 228 and 3 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design or wood; 6 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithogra- phy, painting, photography or video. Video: ART 252, 253 and at least 3 hours of 351.84; 235 and 276; 6 hours of other electives chosen in con- sultation with Video faculty and according to whether students’ interests in Video tend toward (A) narrative, (B) installation, or (C) multimedia/digital applica- tions. Recommended electives for these applications include: (A) ART 236, 349, 354, 356; THE 153, 170, 261, 370; or (B) ART 232, 349, 354; THE 170, 261, 370; or (C) ART 206, 301, 349, 350, 354, 356, 388; THE 261. Wood: Art 234, 344 and 351.45; 232 and 3 hours from ceramics, glass, metalwork and jewelry design, glass or sculpture; 6 hours from drawing, intaglio, lithogra- phy, painting, photography or video. Restricted Admission to a Discipline Area: In times of oversubscription and limitations on resources within the School of Art, some Discipline Areas may require faculty screening of students’ supportive mate- rials before allowing individual students to enroll in the second course in that Discipline. Graphic Design Sequence: Degrees offered: B.A. B.S. The Graphic Design Sequence not only includes educa- tion in the fundamentals of Studio Art and Art History, but also a concentrated program of study that prepares students to enter the competitive field of Graphic Design. 54 hours in Art required, as follows: 9 hours Art History Core: ART 155, 156, 257. 9 hours Graphic Design Foundations: ART 103, 104, 109. 36 hours required sequence courses: ART 216, 226, 227, 235, 302, 315, 323, 326, 336, 337; 3 hours from 213, 245, 246, 252, 261, 359, 388; 3 hours from any 300-level Art History course. NOTE: ART 201, 207, 211, 307, 309 do not count toward the Graphic Design Sequence. Admission-Retention Requirements for the Graphic Design Sequence: Students will be admitted to the Graphic Design Sequence who have completed the Graphic Design Foun- dations and ART 226, be enrolled in or have completed ART 227 at the time of screening, have at least a cumula- tive and major 2.50 GPA, and have demonstrated compe- tency through a portfolio review. The number of students admitted may vary depending on program capacity and qualifications of applicants in the pool. Consult the School of Art for further information on admission to the Graphic Design Sequence. Students will be allowed to remain in the Graphic Design Sequence if they continue to maintain a cumulative and major 2.50 GPA. Students whose cumulative or major GPA falls below 2.50 will not be allowed to register for Graphic Design courses until the GPA has been raised to a 2.50 or higher. Art History Sequence: Degree offered: B.A. The Art History Sequence provides students a solid grounding in the history of art on both introductory and advanced levels. In addition, the sequence includes exposure to related disciplines outside the visual arts, training in for- eign language, and experience in advanced research and writing skills. Together, these requirements prepare students for effective graduate work in Art History or other fields and for positions in a variety of art- and non-art-related fields.
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  • Fall '15
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