Degree Type: B.A. or B.S.
Required Degree Credits to Graduate: 120
General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degree
- A list of approved general education courses is available here .
- General education courses may be used to satisfy requirements for both general education and the major, minor, and program emphases, where applicable. Students should carefully review the major, minor, and program emphases requirements for minimum grade restrictions, should they apply.
|College Composition I|
|College Composition II|
|Fundamentals of Public Speaking|
Upper Division Writing †
|Quantitative Reasoning (R) †||3|
|Science and Technology (S) †||10|
|Humanities and Fine Arts (A) †||6|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences (B) †||6|
|Wellness (W) †||2|
|Cultural Diversity (D) *†|
|Global Perspectives (G) *†|
May be satisfied by completing courses in another General Education category.
May be satisfied with courses required in the major. Review major requirements to determine if a specific upper division writing course is required.
Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree – The completion of a minor program of study, a second major, or a second degree is required.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree – Second year language proficiency at college level required.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences College Requirements
An additional 9 credits are required by the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for all Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree programs of study, except the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, the Bachelor of Music degree, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree, and the Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree:
|AH&SS College Requirements|
Courses used to satisfy any general education requirement cannot be used to also count toward the AH&SS College Requirements. A minimum of three credits is required in each of the 3 following areas for a total of 9 credits. Choose only those courses with the prefixes listed for each area. A course with the WGS prefix can only be used in one area.
|Area One: Humanities||3|
ARB, ENGL, FREN, GERM, HIST, HUM, PHIL, RELS, SPAN, or WGS
|Area Two: Social Sciences||3|
ANTH, CJ, COMM, EMGT, POLS, SOC, or WGS
|Area Three: Fine Arts||3|
ARCH, ART, ENVD, LA, MUSC, or THEA
|Studies in Art History:|
|ART 210||Art History I (May satisfy general education category A)||3|
|ART 211||Art History II (May satisfy general education category A)||3|
|ART 452||Contemporary Art||3|
|Studies in Studio:|
|ART 120||Painting I||3|
|ART 122||Studio Technology Foundations||3|
|ART 124||Foundations of Design||3|
|ART 131||Foundations Drawing||3|
|ART 150||Ceramics I||3|
|ART 160||Sculpture I||3|
|ART 170||Printmaking I||3|
|ART 180||Photography I||3|
|ART 185||Graphic Design I||3|
|ART 230||Drawing II||3|
|ART 330||Drawing III||3|
|Intermediate Studio Course: Select one of the following:||3|
|Digital Image and Output|
|Graphic Design and Digital Media|
|Upper Division Studio Electives: Select one of the following:||3|
|Topics in Photography|
|Topics in Graphic Design|
|Advanced Figure Drawing|
|Advanced Graphic Design|
|Individual Study (IS may be used toward the upper division studio elelctives in the following areas: ceramics, digital media, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking or sculpture.)|
|Baccalaureate Project: Capstone|
|ART 489||Baccalaureate Project||3|