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2008-2009 University Catalogue 
    
2008-2009 University Catalogue [Archived Catalogue]

Painting/Drawing - Bachelor of Fine Arts


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Program Total Credits: 123

Courses in the Painting/Drawing program evolve from the study of basic working methods and concepts to the refinements of personal vision and aesthetic judgment. In the final semester of the senior year, each student is required to complete a thesis project, which is presented in the combined form of a written paper and a solo exhibition. This project is open to the University community and is reviewed by a collegiate panel comprised of UArts professors from both the studio and liberal art disciplines.

Sophomore Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Choose one course from the following three:


Painting/Drawing Majors must take one sculpture course and one printmaking course. These will be counted as electives outside of the Painting/Drawing offerings.

Select one course from the following two:


Spring Credits: 15


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Select one course from the following three:


Painting/Drawing Majors must take one sculpture course and one printmaking course. These will be counted as electives outside of the Painting/Drawing offerings.

Select one course from the following two:


Junior Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 16.5


  • Electives Credits: 3 cr
  • Liberal Arts Credits: 6 cr

Spring Credits: 13.5


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 6 cr

Senior Year Credits: 27


Fall Credits: 13.5


  • Electives Credits: 3 cr
  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Spring Credits: 16.5


  • Electives Credits: 6 cr
  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Liberal Arts Distribution


Note all Liberal Arts courses are 3 credits.

  • Liberal Arts Electives Credits: 15 cr
  • Art History Elective Credits: 3 cr

Note:


Electives must include at least nine studio credits outside the Painting/Drawing offerings.

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