Minimum Requirements for Art B.F.A.: 126 credits
Concentrations: Ceramics, Computer Art, Drawing, Metalsmithing, Native Studio Art, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|General University Requirements|
|Complete the general university requirements.|
|General Education Requirements|
|Complete the general education requirements.||35-40|
|B.F.A. Degree Requirements|
|Complete the B.F.A. degree requirements.||16|
|Art Program Requirements|
|Complete the following:|
|ART F105X||Beginning Drawing||3|
and ART F262X
|History of World Art I|
and History of World Art II
|Complete two of the following:||6|
|Two-dimensional Digital Design|
|Color and Design|
|Complete three of the following electives (at least one must be a two-dimensional area and one must be a three-dimensional area):||9|
|Previsualization and Preproduction|
|Beginning Computer Art|
|Basic Darkroom Photography|
or ART F284
|Basic Digital Photography|
|Beginning Metalsmithing and Jewelry|
|Alaska Native Art Studio I|
|Major program approved by B.F.A. thesis committee 1||24|
|Complete three of the following upper-division art history courses:||9|
|History of Modern Art|
|Italian Renaissance Art|
|Alaska Native Art History|
|Visual Images of the North|
|Seminar in Art History|
|Upper-division art electives||6|
|Additional studio electives||9|
|Thesis project (including exhibition, portfolio and oral presentation)||3|
|Complete the baccalaureate capstone requirement as determined by the program.|
Major program must include at least two, and no more than three, studio areas. Minimum requirement for the first area is 15 upper-division credits. Minimum requirement for the second area is 9 upper-division credits.
Note: A minor is not required for this degree.
Note: Transfer students who are candidates for the B.F.A. in art must complete a minimum of 15 credits in art while in residence.
Note: All studio areas in the department are eligible for the fulfillment of specialization requirements: ceramics, computer art, drawing, metalsmithing, Native art, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.