With a studio art emphasis, you’ll be exposed to the contemporary practice, visual culture theory and historical perspectives of the visual arts. Experience with a wide range of media will develop your critical and conceptual skills to realize a personal artistic vision. You will also learn the requirements of a professional career and be guided in the building of an artistic portfolio.

Program director

Rebecca McMillen, Ph.D. candidate

Assistant Professor of Art

Course listing

Required Courses (30 Units)

ART-170Sculpture I3
ART-180Ceramics I3
ART-320Painting II3
ART-340Drawing II3
ART-380Ceramics II3

Select four of the following:

ART-300Art for Elementary Teachers3
ART-305Life Drawing3
ART-315Digital Photography3
ART-325Modern and Contemporary Art3
ART-365Exploring Color3
ART-435Museum Studies3
ART-475Art Careers3
COM-390Creating on the Web3
COM-440Performance and Culture3
MKT-300Principles of Marketing3
MKT-307Advertising and Promotion3
 Study abroad3

Select one of the following:

ART-450Project in Art3
ART-482Internship in Art3