Degrees - Art
Art - Associate of Arts Degree Major
This major encourages the development of technical skills, art appreciation, and personal creative vision. Art majors begin with a series of foundation courses that are designed to develop students' understanding and application of visual language across a range of media. This major will equip students with a variety of skills and visual strategies that they will be able to apply in meaningful contexts. Through study of arts, students learn how to find creative solutions to problems and how to express their individuality.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Interpret the ideas being communicated by analyzing the visual elements and principles of design.
- Solve visual problems involving craftsmanship by using the creative process.
- Recognize, distinguish, and correlate the basic elements of form and utilize it to make original art.
Requirements for the Major
All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
(or C110A & C110B)
|Color and Design: 2D||3.0|
(or C120A & C120B)
|ART C121||Life Drawing 1||3.0|
(or ART C122A & C122B)
|Art History and Appreciation 1
Art History and Appreciation 2
|ART C111A and 111B
|Color and Design: 3D
|Subtotal for Major||18.0|
|Total for Degree||60.0|
Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure
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