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Minor in Painting

Hours - 15 Credit Hours
Effective Sep. 2022
Last Revision 9/19/2022
Holokai Category: Arts & Humanities
Sponsoring Program: Visual Arts
Faculty Unit Assignment: Faculty of Arts & Letters

Program Requirements

Studio Options — 9-12 Credits

Take at least three (3) of the following:

Course Number Title Semesters Offered Credit Hours Prerequisite
ART 119 Drawing and Design Principles F, W 3.0
ART 221R Figure Drawing F, W 3.0 ART 119
ART 225 Painting Concepts F, S 3.0
ART 325 Figure Painting W 3.0 ART 221R, 225
ART 335 Watercolor Painting S - odd 3.0 ART 221R, 225
ART 345 Digital Painting S - even 3.0 ART 210, 221R, 225
ART 385 Contemporary Art Studio S 3.0 ART 119 and either (ART 156 or 255R or 265)
ART 425 Advanced Painting F 3.0 ART 325

Academic Options — 3-6 Credits

Take at least one (1) of the following:

Course Number Title Semesters Offered Credit Hours Prerequisite
ART 201 Global Art History I F, W, S 3.0 ENGL 101
ART 202 Global Art History II F, W 3.0 ENGL 101
ART 306 Global Art History III F, S 3.0 ENGL 101, ART 201 or 202
ART 316 Graphic Design History F, S 3.0 ART 201 or 202
FILM 102 Introduction to Film F, W, S 3.0 ENGL 101

    Additional Program Requirements

    All passing grades will be accepted in fulfilling minor or certificate requirements.

    Program Learning Outcomes

    Upon completing a major in art, students will:

    1. Demonstrate studio proficiency in hand crafted visual art production techniques.
    2. Demonstrate studio proficiency in digital imaging and computer software production techniques.
    3. Demonstrate methods of critical thinking through critique, compositional analysis, and interpretation of the elements and principles of design.
    4. Demonstrate informed understanding and appreciation of the history of art, theories of art, and the role of art in education through written and oral communication.
    5. Demonstrate proficiency in professional practices of visual arts documentation and presentation through portfolio production and exhibition.
    6. Demonstrate leadership and self-directed learning through independent study, student research and internship.