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Degree Major/Minor Requirements

53 Degree Major/Minor Requirements

53.1 Art

53.1.1 Major in Visual Art

I.    Requirements


AUART 101 and 102.


AUART 111, and 112 or 113.


Senior credits as follows:


6 additional senior art history credits


AUART 231, 232, 271, 272, 331, 411.


Two of 215, 365, 367/467, 371.


Any AUART course to be used as a prerequisite for subsequent AUART courses must be passed with a minimum of C- (or equivalent).


A grade of D or D+ in a Major subject may normally be credited only once in the student’s Art Major program. Any subsequent course for which a grade of either D or D+ is received must be repeated for degree credit or an alternative course, approved by the Department, must be substituted.

II.    Additional information for students

    A student intending to pursue graduate studies in Art is urged to take additional credits in Art.

    Drama and Music courses should be taken (as options) to enrich the concentration in Art.

    Art supplies for studio courses are the responsibility of the student.

    It is recommended that initial courses in studio be taken in the following sequence: Foundation, Drawing, Painting.

    Some senior Art courses are offered in alternate years only.

III.    Recommended first-year program


Required courses: *12 AUART 101, 102, 111, and 112 or 113.

53.1.2 Minor in Art History

I.     Requirements


*6 AUART 101, 102 or 111.


*12 senior Art courses of which at least *9 must be Art History.

53.1.3 Minor in Art Studio

I.     Requirements


*6 AUART 111, and one of 112 or 113.


*12 senior Art courses at least *3 of which must be in one of AUART 331, 371, or 215.

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