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Sculpture Courses

Students pursuing the art major with a concentration in sculpture must complete the following courses (20 credits):

ART202 Life Drawing
ART225 Clay Sculpture
ART325 Stone Sculpture: Carving

One of the following (4 credits):
ART435 Figurative Sculpture
ART445 Advanced Sculpture: Wood and Marble
ART371 Selected Topics: Sculpture

One of the following (4 credits):
ART210 Introduction to Painting or
ART310 Figure Painting
ART215 Introduction to Printmaking or
ART315 Intaglio Printmaking
ART220 Photography I or
AR320 Photography II
ART270 Design II: Process and Application
ART345 Liturgy and Image: Art for Worship
ART367 Illustration
ART371 Selected Topics or
ART381 Independent Study: Sculpture
ART401 Experimental Drawing: Abstraction

 

All Art Majors Take:

I. Foundations (8 credits):

   ART102 Drawing I

One of the following:
   ART110 Design I: Principles of Design
   ART270 Design II: Process and Application

II. Art History & Theory (8 credits):

Two of the following
   ART150 Art History: Cave Art to Medieval
   ART151 Art History: Renaissance to Modern
   PHI214  Aesthetics
   ART410 Modern Art Seminar

III. Senior Capstone Requirement (8 credits):

   ART402 Art and Vocation
   ART400 Senior thesis exhibit, studio elective, or 4-credit internship