Programs and Majors
Final Exam Schedule (pdf)
The Art Department serves students planning to major or minor in Studio Art or Art Education, as well as students seeking to fulfill liberal arts requirements for transfer. Students will develop the skills necessary to produce art and experience the creative decision making process, enabling students to develop individual excellence in their work. Through art history classes, students will develop an understanding of the unfolding of the arts through time and contributions made through art to the larger culture.
Department Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
*Demonstrates proper use of tools and media.
*Understand and apply the elements and principles of visual composition.
*Make artwork that reflects a conscious thought process.
Students completing a bachelor's degree in Art are frequently encouraged to attend graduate school to continue their development, eventually becoming self-employed studio artists. Art Education majors may go on to teach in the K-12 school system.
Department Course Offerings
ARTS 1401 Black & White Photo I (3cr)
ARTS 1403 Color Photo I (3cr)
ARTS 1420 The Art of Digital Photography (3cr)
ARTS 1458 Drawing (3cr)
ARTS 1459 2-D Design & Color (3cr)
ARTS 1467 Watercolor Painting (3cr)
ARTS 1468 Painting (3cr)
ARTS 1470 Art Appreciation (3cr)
ARTS 1487 Ceramics: Beginning Hand Building (3cr)
ARTS 1488 Ceramics: Beginning Throwing (3cr)
ARTS 1489 Intermediate Ceramics (3cr)
ARTS 1510 Autumn Landscape Photography (3cr)
ARTS 1512 The Art of Photographing Wildflowers (3cr)
ARTS 1596 Topics in Art (1-3cr)
ARTS 1597 Topics in Art (1-3cr)
ARTS 1598 Topics in Art (1-3cr)
ARTS 2401 Black & White Photo II (3cr)
ARTS 2403 Color Photo II (3cr)
ARTS 2485 American Indian Art (3cr)
ARTS 2486 Art History/Ancient (3cr)
ARTS 2487 Art History/Modern (3cr)
ARTS 2490 Art History/Non-Western (3cr)
ARTS 2583 Independent Study (1-3cr)