Major in Studio Art
For permission to enter the studio concentration, students must submit a portfolio of their work to the department during their sophomore year. Faculty review of portfolio submissions occurs once during the fall and once during the spring semester. All students who wish to be studio majors must be approved and accepted by the end of their sophomore year. For any questions regarding studio art, please contact the chair, Andrew Howard.
The studio art concentration consists of at least 12 semester courses, including:
One additional semester course in Art History.
One semester of ARTS 402 Senior Seminar
And six additional semester courses in studio art from the following areas (with a possible emphasis in the student’s area of major interest): drawing, graphic design, filmmaking, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Three courses must be taken at or above the 300-level. ARTS 399 is normally reserved for fall semester seniors.