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Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice
Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice

BA in Studio Art

The BA in Studio Arts allows students to explore their interests and refine their skills in Art History, Ceramics, IMAP (photography, digital media, video, integrated arts), Painting and Drawing, Printmaking, and Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice. Students gain a broad understanding of the field of contemporary art and experience in contemporary art practices while pursuing a liberal arts degree at the university.

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art – Major Code: AASA Requirements: Minimum of 39 semester hours consisting of:
ARTS 1010 INTRODUCTION TO ART 1
ARTS 1020 INTRODUCTION TO ART 2
ARTH 1300 WORLD ART 1
ARTH 1400 WORLD ART 2
TWO 2000 – level courses in area of emphasis – (6 credits)
Any TWO UPPER-DIVISION ART HISTORY courses – (6 credits)
UPPER-DIVISION STUDIO – 12 credits (minimum)
AAH ARTS ELECTIVES – (3 credits)

NOTE: BA students may complete additional lower and upper-division studio/art history electives, provided the maximum TOTAL in the major does not exceed 45 credits.