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2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Studio Art, B.A.


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The B.A. in Studio Art is intended for students wishing a broad exposure to studio art and art history in combination with studies in a minor area of concentration. Several minors work well as pre-professional tracks towards graduate education in such fields as: Art Therapy (Psychology), Arts Administration (Business), and Medical Illustration (Biology).  Like all of the Art & Design  programs, it is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD).

The Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art is a liberal arts, undergraduate course of study and consists of 128 credit hours, 48 of which are in art history and studio art.

The B.A. in Studio Art permits students to earn a minor in another program in the College of Arts and Sciences  or the The John E. Simon School of Business . (See a curriculum guide for recommended sequencing).

Studio Art B.A. Requirements:


(7 courses)

General Education Requirements for Art & Design Programs in the College of Arts and Sciences:


(42 credits)

Humanities


(3 courses)

  • Fine Arts - Music, Music History, Music Appreciation or Aesthetics (3)
  • Literature/Language - ENGL or Foreign Language (3)
  • Philosophy (3)

Social Science


(3 courses)

  • Psychology (3)
  • History or Government (3)
  • One course selected from the following disciplines:
    • ECON, GEOG, HIST, PSCI, PSYC, SOC

Natural Science/Quantitative Reasoning


(2 courses)

  • Science Course - BIOL, CHEM, ENV, PHYS, SCI  (3)
  • Math or Science Course (3)

Electives from College of Arts and Sciences


(except ADXX listed courses) (2 courses total)

  • Elective #1  (3)
  • Elective #2  (3)

Please Note:


Of the 128 credits required for this program, a minimum of 48 credit hours must be completed at the upper-division level, and the last 30 credit hours must be taken in residence at Maryville to satisfy requirements for graduation.

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