Minor in Sculpture
Hours - 15 Credit Hours
Effective Sep. 2022
Last Revision 7/08/2022
Holokai Category: Arts & Humanities
Sponsoring Program: Visual Arts
Faculty Unit Assignment: Faculty of Arts & Letters
Studio Options — 9-12 Credits
Take at least three (3) of the following:
|Course Number||Title||Semesters Offered||Credit Hours||Prerequisites|
|ART 119||Drawing and Design Principles||F, W||3.0|
|ART 156||Three Dimensional Concepts||F, W, S||3.0|
|ART 255R||Beginning Ceramics||W||3.0|
|ART 265||Beginning Sculpture||F, W||3.0|
|ART 365||Intermediate Sculpture||F||3.0||ART 265|
|ART 385||Contemporary Art Studio||S||3.0||ART 119 and either ART 156 or 255R or 265|
|ART 465||Advanced Sculpture||W||3.0||ART 365|
Academic Options — 3-6 Credits
Take at least one (1) of the following:
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:
- Demonstrate studio proficiency in hand crafted visual art production techniques.
- Demonstrate studio proficiency in digital imaging and computer software production techniques.
- Demonstrate methods of critical thinking through critique, compositional analysis, and interpretation of the elements and principles of design.
- 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.
- Demonstrate proficiency in professional practices of visual arts documentation and presentation through portfolio production and exhibition.
- Demonstrate leadership and self-directed learning through independent study, student research and internship.