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Sculpture

A concentration in visual arts.

The bachelor of arts in visual arts with a concentration in sculpture is intended to prepare art students for specialized careers in the field of sculpture. Students will use the creative process to produce works reflecting personal expression for public display. They will demonstrate correct usage of tools and techniques as these apply to their individual sculptural direction. Students will gain competence and skill in utilizing sculpture materials, and in critical analysis of the aesthetic values of their work based on techniques, creative expression and historical influences.

Curriculum Guide

Curriculum Guide for the Visual Arts B.A. Degree

Semester 1 - Fall

  • Intro to Art Resources
  • College Writing I
  • First-Year Seminar
  • Arts & Humanities Elective: Art History I
  • Color Theory
  • Arts & Humanities Elective: Drawing & Comp I
  • Two-Dimensional Design
  • Critical Reading 0/2
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 2 - Spring

  • Tech Elective: Electronic Media
  • College Writing II
  • Art History II
  • Figure Drawing I
  • Three-Dimensional Design
  • Fundamental Art Studio Elective (1 of 4)
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 3 - Fall

  • Fundamentals of Sculpture (2 of 4)
  • Speech Communication
  • Quantitative: (College Algebra or a higher level MATH course)
  • Fundamental Art Studio Elective (3 of 4)
  • Drawing and Composition II or Figure Drawing II
  • Social & Cultural Elective: (Fundamentals of Graphic Design)
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 4 - Spring

  • Fundamental Art Studio Elective (4 of 4)
  • Gen Ed Elective
  • Social & Cultural Elective
  • Scientific Elective
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 5 - Fall

  • Modern & Post-Modern Art
  • Intermediate Art Studio (1 of 4)
  • Intermediate Art Studio (2 of 4)
  • Minor/Free Elective
  • Minor/Free Elective: 3000+
  • Minor/Free Elective: 3000+
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 6 - Spring

  • Intermediate Art Studio (3 of 4)
  • Intermediate Art Studio (4 of 4)
  • Gen Ed Elective
  • Minor/Free Elective: 3000+
  • Minor/Free Elective: 3000+
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 7 - Fall

  • Advanced Art Studio (1 of 2)
  • Minor/Free Elective 3000+
  • Minor/Free Elective
  • Minor/Free Elective
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit

Semester 8 - Spring

  • Advanced Art Studio (2 of 2)
  • Moral: Prof Practices
  • Minor/Free Elective
  • Minor/Free Elective
  • Experiential Learning: Juried Student Exhibit
  • Senior Exhibit Capstone

Updated 10/2017 Disclaimer: The courses listed above are a sampling for marketing purposes only. Students should consult the College catalog and their academic advisor for course selection and degree progress. Students will work closely with an academic advisor to select courses and/or academic minors that fit their interests, as well as with Career Services for career goals. While the academic advisor assists the student in planning his/her curriculum, the student is ultimately responsible for meeting the requirements of the curriculum selected.

College Catalog

See the official college catalog for all course descriptions and degree requirements.