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Department of Art and Design

Art History

ART HISTORY

The study of art history explores how societies and individuals have used the visual arts to convey the ideas and values that were important to them. (Read more...)

Advising

After you declare your major in one of the art and design programs you are assigned an advisor from the faculty.

Majors should meet with their advisors before each class registration period to plan their schedules and evaluate their degree progress. You can find the name and email of your advisor in Banner or consult the list in the departments main office, CAC 1105. The guides and checklists below will help you to prepare for meetings with your advisor and track completed credits towards graduation.


Student Handbook

To view the 2014-2015 Student Handbook, click here.


Advising Information

First-Year Students

Information

First-Year Student Advising Guide - Art Education and Studio Art

First-Year Student Advising Guide - Art History Only

Building a Portfolio for Admission

Non-Majors Courses


Art Education

Degree

Information

BA or BS in Art Education

Degree Checklist for K-12

BFA in Art Education

Degree Checklist for K-12


Art History

Degree

Information

BA in Art History

Degree Checklist and Plan

Minor in Art History

Minor Checklist


Studio Art

Degree

Information

BA/BS in Studio Art

Degree Checklist
 

BFA in Ceramics

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan

BFA in Graphic Design

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan

BFA in Illustration

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan

BFA in Metalsmithing

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan
4-year Plan
4-year Plan with Spring/Summer
5-year Plan

BFA in Painting

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan

BFA in Printmaking

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan

BFA in Sculpture

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan
4-year Plan

BFA in Visual Studies

Degree Checklist
Detailed 4-year Plan
Learning Plan
Course Plan
Alternate Studio Elective Form

Minor in Studio Art

Minor Checklist