Advising Guidelines, Studio Arts Art Courses (81 Hours) Core Curriculum: Foundations, 18 hours Entry to this program only in the Fall term. ART C 1003 and 1103, ART 1013, 1113 to be satisfied in the first two semesters AHI 2213 and 2223 can be taken during any term. Area of Specialization (42 Hours) The Studio Arts degree is designed to acquaint students with the different areas of art- making offered in the core lower level courses and in depth study in at least two of four areas in upper division core courses: Printmaking, Painting, Ceramics and Sculpture. Drawing is not a primary concentration but can be studied in depth in the Additional SOA courses section. On occasion and with advisement in both areas, students have been able to select a second area in photography or media although ordinarily those areas should be counted in the Additional SOA courses section. Core Studio Courses, Lower Division , 18 hours The Beginning level courses are to be taken during the following 3rd and 4th semesters, allowing the students the opportunity to experience all disciplines before selecting specializations. Advisors should always give all students an Override (was ESP) for all Beginning level courses that the student has not yet taken. Students should take 3 Beginning levels in the 3rd semester and 2 or 3 in the fourth semester. These are ART2313 Beginning Drawing; ART2713 or ART2723 or 2733 Beginning Printmaking; ART2253 Beginning Ceramics ART2513 or 2523 Beginning Sculpture ART2413 Beginning Painting The numbers cannot be repeated for credit. ART (no number) Studio (advised) allows a student to take another printmaking or sculpture course for credit at the beginning level or add a 3000 level course of one of the areas. It also allows credit for a beginning level course in design, media, or photography. Core Studio Courses, Upper-Division 24 hours and These hours must include a minimum of 12 hours in one area and 9 hours in another area. The Core specialization areas are Printmaking, Painting, Ceramics and Sculpture. The other 3 hour slot can in this section can be used for any intermediate or advanced Studio course except for ART 4990 (see below). Additional School of Art Courses (21 Hours) These hours can be used to explore areas other than the main concentrations, add a third concentration concentration, or expand work in the two main concentrations. ART 4990 Independent Study Students may work in any studio area with any studio faculty member for a 4990 Independent study course. That course MUST be listed and will be counted in the ?Additional SOA? courses and cannot/will not be counted in the Core Studio Courses section. Students will receive credit for ART 4990 twice only. That is not twice in one area, or twice with one professor, but twice overall. ARTC 3930 Business of Art Studio faculty in a meeting on Tuesday October 13 2009 agreed that this course should be required for Studio students. This course should be scheduled in the Fall of the Junior or Senior year, complementing the Spring Capstone. We will have to insert this requirement through advising until (and if) we add it to the degree sheet as a requirement. It will be counted in the Additional School of Art courses section. Art History Courses Studio requires 12 hours of Art History. We should advise students early on that one more AHI course will satisfy requirements for a minor. Math Incoming freshmen students have 4 and only 4 terms in which to satisfy the math requirement. Transfer students have 2 and only 2 terms in which to satisfy the math requirement. It is an advisor?s responsibility to make sure that the student is aware of this deadline and there is written evidence of such advisement. ART 4983 Capstone To be taken in the Spring by students graduating in May of that year; by students walking at Spring graduation and completing work over the summer; by students graduating in the following fall term.
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