Thirty-six credits which must include:
- 20 Credits, Core Requirements: ART-101, 111, 112, 120, and 150.
- 4 Credits, Upper Level Quill courses in Art History from the following: ART-212, 213, 215M, 319.
- 4 Credits, Senior Exhibition: ART 501, ART-502, and a senior exhibition approved by the art faculty with a successful advisory board review.
- 8 Credits, Studio Courses.
Note: Students have the option of focusing in a single area of art. A concentration or focus is not a requirement for the degree, but strongly recommended. The art faculty encourage students to pursue additional credits within an area of study to obtain a more competitive portfolio upon graduation. See below for options to guide art students in possible interest areas.
PAINTING AND DRAWING STUDIO AREA: ART-162; 261; 262; 361; 362; 461; 462; 500
CERAMICS and SCULPTURE STUDIO AREA: ART-140; 240; 241; 250; 253; 340; 350; 450
GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDIO AREA: ART-131; 231; 331; 431
PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO AREA: ART-126; 226; 326; 426