2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

This two-year art curriculum leads to an associate of applied arts degree in art and design. 

For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Art and Design department page.

For related information from the bureau of labor statistics, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/arts-and-design/home.htm

Total Credits Required 60
General Education 24
EN 111 College Composition I [EFFC] 4
EN 211 College Composition II [EFFC] 4
Human Expression Elective* 4
Choose 12 credit hours from the following categories: 12
    Quantitative Reasoning Elective (4 cr.)
    Social Responsibility in a Diverse World Elective (4-8 cr.)
    Integrative Thinking Elective (4 cr.)
    Perspectives on Society Elective (4 cr.)
    Scientific Inquiry Elective (4 cr.)

Major Courses** 24
AD 101 Process and Design 4
Art History Elective chosen from the following: 4
     AD 110 Ideas in Art and Design History (4 cr.)
     AD 230 History of World Art: Ancient to Medieval (4 cr.)
     AD 240 History of World Art: Renaissance to Modern (4 cr.)
     AD 260 Why America Looks This Way (4 cr.) [HUME]
 
Foundations Studio  
2D Studio selected from AD 117, AD 119, or AD 120 4
3D Studio selected from AD 111, AD 116, AD 122, AD 123, or AD 124 4
Digital Studio selected from AD 112, AD 118, or AD 134 4
AD 270 Concepts and Culture [INTT] 4

Art and Design Electives*** 8
100 and 200 level courses

*Courses used for General Education must be selected from the approved list of courses in the bulletin.

**AD 181 may not be used for Art and Design electives or art history credit.

***For students that may later pursue a BA, BS, or BFA degree, a 100 and 200-level course sequence in a concentration is recommended (for example, the illustration concentration would include AD 119 and 219). Concentrations include ceramics, computer art, digital cinema, drawing/painting, graphic design, human centered design, illustration, metalsmithing/sculpture, photography, and woodworking/furniture design.