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
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