Apr 12, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Art & Design Major

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The primary goals of the Art & Design program are to educate students in creative production skills, critical and historical knowledge, and professional practices vital to careers in art and design related fields. Our curricular offerings are wide ranging and include: Graphic Design, Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, Photography and more focused courses like Art & Ecology, Animation and Motion Graphics, Mixed Media, and Design for Print. From introductory to advanced courses, our curriculum reinforces our belief that fine art and design are interconnected disciplines. After completing the core courses, students can focus on fine art or design or both. Graduating seniors exhibit a significant body of original work in the gallery of the McCarthy Art Center as a capstone experience of the major. Scholarship opportunities are available to incoming and returning students through the Fairbanks-Paulin and McCarthy Scholarship programs.


Choose one Introductory course:

Choose one Art History course:

Take two additional Art courses numbered above 205.

Take one additional Art History course or one additional Art course numbered above 205.

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