The Art program does not provide art supplies for studio courses; those must be provided by the student. (Lists of needed materials are available.)
1111 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL ARTS (3 hours)
A comprehensive and balanced study in the language and elements of the visual arts with a brief overview of art history.
1522 DECORATIVE ARTS AND MATERIAL CULTURE (3 hours)
A study of the major developments in the decorative and applied arts and material culture from antiquity to the present. Cross-listed as TA 1522.
1551 DRAWING (3 hours)
An introduction to drawing in a variety of media involving basic skills, techniques, and theory.
1552 PAINTING (3 hours)
An introduction to painting involving basic concepts, materials, and techniques.
1553 GRAPHIC DESIGN (3 hours)
An introduction to the basic principles and methods in visual communication and advertising design to include layout, typography, and printing production.
2601 SELECTED TOPICS IN ART (1-3 hours)
A study of a topic selected by the division focusing on an area of particular interest within the discipline.
4303 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ART (1-4 hours)
Self-directed study following a contractual plan initiated by the student and approved by the faculty.
4401 INTERNSHIP (1-6 hours)
A supervised application of theory to practice in a functional area related to art.