UMM ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

DISCIPLINE COVER SHEET #2

SEMESTER

CURRICULUM CHANGES

FORM B

(2/00)

 

FORM B: DISCIPLINE OBJECTIVES AND REQUIREMENTS

(Submit to Division Chair)

 

Note: All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.

 

 

Discipline:

Studio Art

Date

9/11/02

 

See instructions given in separate document.

 

   I.     Introductory Statement:

No change.

 

  II.     Objectives:

The goal of the studio art curriculum is to introduce students to the technical, conceptual, and communication skills necessary for activities in the visual arts and to help students understand the major traditions and the place of the visual arts in our culture and the cultural significance of the visual arts. Studio courses serve the needs of students planning to pursue graduate studies in art, students interested in exploring their own creative potential as part of their general education, and students preparing for secondary school teaching.

  III.     Assessment:

 

 

IV.     Requirements for a Major:

Major Requirements

ArtS 1101—Basic Studio Drawing

ArtS 1102—Basic Studio Drawing

ArtS 1103—Basic Studio 2-D Design

ArtS 1104—Basic Studio 3-D Design

ArtS 1105—Basic Studio Discussion

ArtS 1106—Basic Studio Discussion

ArtH 1101—Principles of Art

(it is recommended that the above courses be taken during the freshman year)

ArtS 2101—Second-Year Drawing

ArtS 2102—Second-Year Drawing

ArtS 3881—Junior Review

ArtS 4881—Senior Review

ArtS 4901—Senior Exhibit

 

A minimum of 12 credits in one of the following three major media and a minimum of 6 credits in another of the three major media:

Printmaking

ArtS 2201—Beginning Printmaking

ArtS 2202—Beginning Printmaking

ArtS 3200—Advanced Printmaking

ArtS 3210—Advanced Printmaking

 

Painting

ArtS 2301—Beginning Painting

ArtS 2302—Beginning Painting

ArtS 3300—Advanced Painting

ArtS 3310—Advanced Painting

 

Sculpture

ArtS 2401—Beginning Sculpture

ArtS 2402—Beginning Sculpture

ArtS 3400—Advanced Sculpture

ArtS 3410—Advanced Sculpture

a minimum of 6 credits of 2xxx level or above ArtS electives

a minimum of 8 additional credits in ArtH

4 credits of 1xxx level ArtH course

8 credits of 3xxx or above ArtH courses

 

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the major requirements. Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

 

  V.     Requirements for a Minor:

Minor Requirements

ArtS 1101—Basic Studio Drawing

ArtS 1102—Basic Studio Drawing

ArtS 1103—Basic Studio 2-D Design

ArtS 1104—Basic Studio 3-D Design

ArtS 1105—Basic Studio Discussion

ArtS 1106—Basic Studio Discussion

 

One 12-credit sequence in one major medium or two 6-credit sequences in two different media:

Printmaking

ArtS 2201—Beginning Printmaking

ArtS 2202—Beginning Printmaking

ArtS 3200—Advanced Printmaking

ArtS 3210—Advanced Printmaking

 

Painting

ArtS 2301—Beginning Painting

ArtS 2302—Beginning Painting

ArtS 3300—Advanced Painting

ArtS 3310—Advanced Painting

 

Sculpture

ArtS 2401—Beginning Sculpture

ArtS 2402—Beginning Sculpture

ArtS 3400—Advanced Sculpture

ArtS 3410—Advanced Sculpture

ArtS 2101-2102—Second-Year Drawing

ArtS 2102—Second-Year Drawing

or ArtH 1101—Principles of Art

or one 1xxx level ArtH course

 

Participation in ArtS 4901—Senior Exhibit is encouraged but not required

 

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the minor requirements. Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

VI.     Requirements for Teacher Preparation:

No change

 

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