UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2017-2018

Programs

B.A., Art

The Department of Art offers a curriculum designed for students wishing a liberal arts education in art and design. Emerging artists have numerous opportunities available to them for expressing their creativity and obtaining employment after graduation. Students may explore several areas of art making and choose the field that best fits their interests and talents. …

Minor in Art

The Standard Art minor complements many majors, including Cinema and Television Arts (Multimedia Production), Family and Consumer Sciences (Apparel Design and Merchandising, Interior Design), and Chicana and Chicano Studies. It provides a foundation in art history and two- and three-dimensional art and encourages exploration in a variety of media, including animation, ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking …

Minor in Art History

The Art History minor complements many majors, including Anthropology, Asian Studies, Chicana and Chicano Studies, and Sociology. In addition to providing a practical foundation in two- and three-dimensional art, the minor requires 15 to 18 upper division units of art history courses.

M.A., Art

Visual Arts

We teach our students to experience and value visual thinking and creative problem solving in art, as well as to recognize the concurrent importance of perception, experimentation, innovation and critical thinking. Our students must understand the history and traditions of art with their relevance to social and community concerns as well as the art of …

M.A., Art

Art History

Notice: Admission to the Art History option is suspended while the department reconsiders and revises the curriculum. We teach our students to experience and value visual thinking and creative problem solving in art, as well as to recognize the concurrent importance of perception, experimentation, innovation and critical thinking. Our students must understand the history and traditions …

M.A., Art

Art Education

Notice: Admission to the Art Education option is suspended while the department reconsiders and revises the curriculum. We teach our students to experience and value visual thinking and creative problem solving in art, as well as to recognize the concurrent importance of perception, experimentation, innovation and critical thinking. Our students must understand the history and traditions …

M.F.A., Art

The Visual Arts Graduate Committee conducts selection for admission into the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program. This selection occurs once a year, with applications submitted directly to the Art department, due the first week in February for admission the following Fall semester. Students should contact the graduate coordinator in their area of concentration for specific …