Refer to the following suggested curriculum and the graduation requirements as a guide for completing this program

Associate in Arts Degree (0001) - Art Pre-Major

First Year

Total Semester Credits: 16
Fall Semester
ART 104 Art History I: Prehistoric-Gothic 3
ART 111 Basic Design I 3
ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I * 3
Social Science Course*** 3
Math Course*** 4
Course Number Course Description Credits

 

Total Semester Credits: 16
Spring Semester
Course Number Course Description Credits
ART 105 Art History II: Renaissance-Modern 3
ART 112
ART 213
Basic Design II OR
Color Theory
3
ART 150 Drawing I 3
ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II * 3
Life Science Course*** 4

 

Total Semester Credits: 16
Fall Semester
Course Number Course Description Credits
ART 250 Drawing II 3
SPCH 151 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
Humanities Course*** 3
Physical Science Course*** 4
Social Science Course*** 3

 

Total Semester Credits: 17
Spring Semester
Course Number Course Description Credits
HIST 152 European Civilization II 3
Human Well-Being Elective 2
Studio Art Electives 9
General Humanities Course*** 3

* Enrollment in ENG-101 is based on your score on the assessment placement test. A minimum grade of “C” is required in ENG-101 and ENG-102.

** Enrollment in any math class is based on your score on the assessment placement test.

***One social science or humanities elective must be a Third World Culture course. In addition, one Social Science or Humanities elective must be a Human Relations course.

Art options include ceramics, commercial art, painting, photography and drawing. Students must meet all degree requirements.

* Enrollment in ENG-101 is based on your score on the assessment placement test. A minimum grade of “C” is required in ENG-101 and ENG-102.

** Enrollment in any math class is based on your score on the assessment placement test.

***One social science or humanities elective must be a Third World Culture course. In addition, one Social Science or Humanities elective must be a Human Relations course.

Art options include ceramics, commercial art, painting, photography and drawing. Students must meet all degree requirements.