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ART 120. Painting I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic painting through a variety of materials. Includes historical examples, painting the human figure, using acrylics, oils, pastel, and mixed-media.

Theatre Arts

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Satisfactory completion of all requirements of the curriculum in which one is enrolled. Earn a minimum total of 120 credits in approved coursework.  Some academic programs exceed this minimum. Satisfactory completion of the general education requirements as specified by the university. A minimum institutional GPA of 2.00 based on work taken at NDSU. At least 36 credits presented for graduation must be in courses numbered 300 or higher. Transfer Students: Must earn a minimum of 60 credits from a baccalaureate-degree granting or professional institution.  Of these 60, at least 36 must be NDSU resident credits as defined in #7. Within the 36 resident credits, a minimum of 15 must be in courses numbered 300 or higher and 15 credits in the major field of study. At least 36 credits must be NDSU resident credits.  Resident credits include credits registered and paid for at NDSU.

Art

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Satisfactory completion of all requirements of the curriculum in which one is enrolled. Earn a minimum total of 120 credits in approved coursework.  Some academic programs exceed this minimum. Satisfactory completion of the general education requirements as specified by the university. A minimum institutional GPA of 2.00 based on work taken at NDSU. At least 36 credits presented for graduation must be in courses numbered 300 or higher. Transfer Students: Must earn a minimum of 60 credits from a baccalaureate-degree granting or professional institution.  Of these 60, at least 36 must be NDSU resident credits as defined in #7. Within the 36 resident credits, a minimum of 15 must be in courses numbered 300 or higher and 15 credits in the major field of study. At least 36 credits must be NDSU resident credits.  Resident credits include credits registered and paid for at NDSU.

Art Education

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Satisfactory completion of all requirements of the curriculum in which one is enrolled. Earn a minimum total of 120 credits in approved coursework.  Some academic programs exceed this minimum. Satisfactory completion of the general education requirements as specified by the university. A minimum institutional GPA of 2.00 based on work taken at NDSU. At least 36 credits presented for graduation must be in courses numbered 300 or higher. Transfer Students: Must earn a minimum of 60 credits from a baccalaureate-degree granting or professional institution.  Of these 60, at least 36 must be NDSU resident credits as defined in #7. Within the 36 resident credits, a minimum of 15 must be in courses numbered 300 or higher and 15 credits in the major field of study. At least 36 credits must be NDSU resident credits.  Resident credits include credits registered and paid for at NDSU.

Art

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The visual arts Department at North Dakota State University is part of the School of Design, Architecture and Art. The Department offers a broad range of degree programs from art emphasis areas in graphic design, painting, printmaking, ceramics, drawing, sculpture, photography and art education. It provides a wide range of courses with the philosophy that a strong foundation in the development of creative strategy, digital literacy, design ability, critical thinking and art/design historical awareness will prepare our students for the art and design world today. THE PROGRAM With a vibrant major and minor program, the Visual Arts Department brings together students from every college in the University. As a primary career specialization, or as a complement to another major field, art and design is one of the most versatile areas of study. Housing in one of the finest facilities in the upper Midwest for art and design, the department is home to ten professional artists/designers/scholars who teach every class we offer. We are an undergraduate program only, and are focused on the individual attention, modest class sizes and high quality advising for our undergraduate students. THE FACILITIES Renaissance Hall, state-of-the-art facility located in downtown Fargo houses the Department of Visual Arts. The building provides well-equipped studio facilities for graphic design, drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and expanded media and ceramics. Our new digital media lab has been equipped with the most current output devices and the program has access to A second digital media studio, LAAVA Lab, provides a design thinking gathering space with high tech tools including CNC, 3D printing, 3D ceramic printing, laser cutting and virtual reality facilities. The print shop houses several etching and litho presses as well as facilities for letterpress and silkscreen printing. The ceramic student is well equipped with three gas kilns and a wood burning kiln, clay mixing facilities and 25 throwing wheels. The large sculpture studio houses various types of welders, a plasma cutter and other tools for metal work, woodworking and carving in stone. A high-tech classroom for art history seats 75 and is also available for smaller classes. The department has its own gallery in the Renaissance Hall and has a partnership with the Memorial Union Gallery on main campus. A wide range of exhibitions, including national traveling exhibitions, and student and faculty shows are always available on and off campus. In close proximity to the Plains Art Museum, the department and the Plains work closely together, enhancing art experiences for the entire region. THE TEACHING COMMUNITY The teaching community is composed of Department Chair and Director of the School, Michael Strand, Kimble Bromley, David Swenson, Meghan Duda, Andrew Stark, Eric Syvertson, Jeff Knight as well as Affiliated faculty members who work directly with out students, Dr. Elizabeth Crisp Crawford (Advertising), Anthony Faris (Gallery Director and Capstone Instructor), Amanda Heidt (Artist Researcher), Aaron Yang, (Ph.D candidate and UX/UI instructor).  Our faculty are involved in the practices at local, regional and International levels with the approach that being engaged at a high level in production makes for better instruction. Supporting this community is a professional staff including Administrative Assistant, Kelly Todd and Design Technologist, Ben Bernard. The art faculty prides itself in being very accessible to students at all times for individual consultation and critique. PEARS PROGRAM The Printmaking Education and Research Studio (PEARS) is the research arm of the Department. PEARS has transformed into a community research and printmaking advocacy studio. This program looks for ways to intersect the printmaking process across disciplines within the school and campus. Additionally PEARS serves the Land Grant mission of engagement with communities in a variety of ways through workshops and unique programming.  The program also offers artist residencies, internships and studio rentals to qualified artists and promotes sales and exhibition of artwork produced in the studio. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Art and Design students develop a range of skills from creative strategy to technical proficiency. These skills are broadly applicable to careers in many different disciplines. Potential careers include marketing, advertising, illustration, graphic design, user experience specialist, animation, arts marketing, art historian, commercial photography, museum and gallery work, exhibition design, art therapy, professional studio artist, municipal art programs, art criticism, independent art instruction, industrial design, art media research, arts organizations, university instruction and K-12 education. THE CURRICULUM With an early emphasis on technology and skills relevant in the 21st century, all students graduating from Visual Arts have a background in design. From this foundation, students select tracks including: K-12 education, graphic design/illustration, printmaking, painting, photography, ceramics, sculpture and drawing. The program offers a highly flexible and personal approach to each student’s development. The middle of the program focuses on developing a portfolio strong enough to apply for the capstone experience which is either a three-credit or six-credit baccalaureate project and thesis exhibition during the senior year. The Tri-College University, which includes Concordia College, Minnesota State Community and Technical College, Minnesota State University Moorhead and North Dakota State College of Science offers students access to specialized courses not offered in the NDSU art curriculum. THE DEGREES Students majoring in art have several degree options. The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is the professional degree requiring 75 hours in art with an emphasis in one or a combination of the following: graphic design, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photography or drawing. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) and the Bachelor of Science (BS) requires 57 hours in art with an emphasis in one of the following: graphic design, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photography or drawing. The BA also requires a competency in a foreign language through the intermediate level and the BS degree requires a minor in another discipline. Art Education is offered as a BS degree in collaboration with the NDSU School of Education. A minimum of 120 credit hours are needed for graduation. SCHOLARSHIPS The multi-million dollar James Falck Endowment for Visual Arts is part of a new suite of scholarships for incoming freshman and existing visual arts majors. Scholarships are awarded based on academic excellence and portfolio review. For more information contact the NDSU Department of Visual Arts at (701) 231-8818 or email Kelly.Todd@ndsu.edu. ART MINOR The art minor has been recently updated to be completely flexible and serve as a unique “compliment” to any existing major. By being flexible, you can choose a path that suits your educational goals. For instance, a graphic design emphasis in your minor program would be an ideal compliment to many fields, including marketing, advertising, business, architecture and engineering.

Art Education

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Art Education is offered as a degree through the Visual Arts Department In collaboration with the NDSU School of Education.  The program is led by Assistant Professor Eric Syvertson, who prior to NDSU was a 10+ year veteran teacher within the West Fargo School District. The mission of the Art Ed program is developing excellent K-12 artist-educators with a focus on professional practice, community engagement, technology integration and advocacy for the arts and design fields.  Teacher candidates are prepared to teach and lead within and outside the school setting.  Teacher candidates get the best of both worlds: content and studio courses with faculty in the department of Visual Arts and professional education courses from faculty in the School of Education (SOE). We develop excellent artists with a foundation to become impactful teachers. A minimum of 120 credit hours are needed for graduation.

Political Science

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Music

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...a minimum total of 120 credits in approved...

Agricultural Communication

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Anthropology

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Criminal Justice

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Emergency Management

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

French

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

History

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Journalism

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Management Communication

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Sociology

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Spanish

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Strategic Communication

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

Women and Gender Studies

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...

English

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...a minimum total of 120 credits in approved...

Public History

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University General Education...

Philosophy

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...Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Degree Requirements Arts...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University General Education...

General Education

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...120 College Composition II or equivalent. A student who has completed an associate of arts...

Undergraduate Degree and Graduation Information

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...Program Requirements Bachelor of Arts Requirement Using a...present a minimum of 120 semester credits before...

Credit By Examination

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...Category Art-History 3 ART 210 & ART 211...are the following: ENGR: 120 PLTW IED: Introduction...

University Studies

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...Degree Credits to Graduation: 120 The Bachelor of...through the College of Arts, Humanities and Social...

Biotechnology

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...However, a Bachelor of Arts degree is available...

Mathematics and Statistics

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Physics

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Nursing

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...and state-of-the art, hands-on nursing...of Public Speaking English 120: College Composition II...

Agricultural Communication

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...or a Bachelor of Arts degree (includes a...COMM 220, and ENGL 120. Internship Requirement Internships...

Journalism

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...or a Bachelor of Arts degree (includes a...COMM 220, and ENGL 120. Internship Requirement Internships...

Management Communication

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...or a Bachelor of Arts degree (includes a...COMM 220, and ENGL 120. Internship Requirement Internships...

Strategic Communication

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...or a Bachelor of Arts degree (includes a...COMM 220, and ENGL 120. Internship Requirement Internships...

Biological Sciences

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Psychology

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Behavioral Statistics

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Economics

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...or a Bachelor of Arts degree. 2 STAT...

French Education

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...admission requirements Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree - An...

Mathematics

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...Degree Credits to Graduate: 120 University Degree Requirements...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Finance

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...using state-of-the-art Bloomberg terminals in...program admission, including ENGL 120, COMM 110, MATH...

Pharmacy

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...a state-of-the-art model pharmacy that...for pharmacists was $126,120. Selective Admission NDSU...

Precision Agriculture

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...of a minimum of 120 credits. The PAG...with state-of-the-art equipment typically used...

Chemistry

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...a minimum total of 120 credits in approved...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Geology

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...a minimum total of 120 credits in approved...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...

Mathematics and Physics

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...a minimum total of 120 credits in approved...prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM...