The bachelor of art/bachelor of science degree with a studio concentration is designed for the student who desires a more general education, or a second major. The total studio credit hour requirements are fewer, permitting a larger number of elective credits. This degree is designed for those who might wish subsequently to pursue the master of science or master of arts, or possibly master of fine arts degrees.
Base requirements (30 hours):
Interdisciplinary study in studio art may also be earned under the direction of a faculty advisor by combining courses in different studio concentration areas.
18 hours of the core curriculum
an additional 6 hours of art history
completion of a concentration, listed below.
Interdisciplinary study in studio art may also be earned under the direction of a faculty advisor by combining courses in different studio concentrations.
Students with a concentration in studio in the their last semester shall present a representative example of their work (one-two pieces) in an approved gallery setting. The work presented will be evaluated by the studio faculty of the students’ area of concentration and will be photographically documented. Students with a concentration in art history will submit a paper.