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

Illustration - Bachelor of Fine Arts


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Program Total Credits: 123

n order to prepare for a career in this competitive field, The University of the Arts Illustration student develops skills that encompass both traditional and experimental media: from drawing and painting to photography, graphic design, three-dimensional processes, and emerging opportunities in digital image-making. Students may concentrate on a traditional, digital, or design-oriented illustration curriculum. These skills are nurtured within a stimulating cultural climate provided by the resources of the outstanding faculty, nationally recognized curriculum, visiting artists, a gallery exhibition program, the University, and the city at large. Each student progresses from general competencies to a personal viewpoint, clarified career goals, a professional attitude, and a finished portfolio.

Sophomore Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Select one course from the following two:


Spring Credits: 15


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 3 cr

Select one course from the following two:


Junior Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


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

Spring Credits: 15


  • Liberal Arts Credits: 6 cr

Senior Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


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

Spring Credits: 15


  • 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 Illustration offerings.

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