Bachelor of Arts — Program Overview
The art major includes studio activity and production in painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawings and crafts.
You will begin your artistic development with the foundations of drawing, design, art history and theory. This is followed by a progressive studio experience which is individualized for the purpose of developing each student's core sensibility.
The studio experience is based on a sequence of six courses, during which you'll progress from an elemental stage of artistic thinking and forming to comprehending the current aesthetic issues in the visual arts.
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Additional Program Requirements
A major art project is required for graduation and is completed independently in the senior year.
Majors are also required to participate in department exhibits and activities and to have a special exhibition of their work in the second semester of their senior year.
Finally, majors must present to the department a written paper on their thesis work and a CD collection of their works from their senior exhibit.