PAINTING is a core discipline with a rich history. Both representational and nonobjective approaches in a variety of painting media are explored to equip students with both the technical skills and creative vision required for an authoritative body of work. Our third floor Waller Painting Suite has 25-foot high north facing windows and an additional outdoor area for good weather painting.
|General Education Program||34|
|Art Core Requirements||30|
|Art Studio Concentration||30|
|Art Studio Electives||24|
|Total Hours Required||124|
Painting Concentration (30 Hours - 10 courses)
|ARTS 2311||Painting 1||3|
|ARTS 2312||Painting 2||3|
|ARTS 3311||Intermediate Painting 1||3|
|ARTS 3312||Intermediate Painting 2||3|
|ARTS 4311||Advanced Painting 1||3|
|ARTS 4312||Advanced Painting 2||3|
|ARTS 3321||Figure Painting 1||3|
|ARTS 3322||Figure Painting 2||3|
|ARTS 4321||Advanced Figure Painting 1||3|
|ARTS 4322||Advanced Figure Painting 2||3|
|ARTS 3331||Watercolor 1||3|
|ARTS 3332||Watercolor 2||3|
|ARTS 4331||Advanced Watercolor 1||3|
|ARTS 4332||Advanced Watercolor 2||3|
Art Studio Electives ( 24 Hours - 8 Courses)
Choose any ARTS or ARTG outside of concentration.
General Electives (6 Hours - 2 courses)
Choose any course outside of ARTX.
This degree is coordinated by Professor Lane Raiser. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.