Northern Kentucky University

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-15

Visual Arts Majors

Degree requirements: All students seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree in visual arts must complete the 15-credit-hour core plus one of the five tracks listed here: studio arts (ceramics, drawing, new media art, painting, photography printmaking, sculpture), art education, art history, applied photography, and visual communication design.

Bachelor of Arts Core Courses

Core Courses

Credits

ART 131

Drawing

3

ART 132

Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art

3

ART 133

Three-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art

3

ART 134

Four-Dimensional Studies and Color Theory

3

ART 291W

Advanced Writing-Writing/Artists*

3

TOTAL CORE CREDITS

15

*ART 291W Advanced Writing-Writing/Artists fulfills the general education requirements for Written Communication II.

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B. A. – Studio Arts

Studio Arts Track

Credits

Select two courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

6

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select one course from the following:

ARTH 349

Women and Art

 

ARTH 358

History of Photography

 

ARTH 360

African American Art

3

ARTH 454

Art Now

 

ARTH 394

Topics in Art History

 

Studio Courses Required (Some studios may be taken while enrolled in ART 133 and ART 134. Other studios must be taken after successfully completing ART 131, ART 132, ART 133 and ART 134.)

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTO 210

Basic Photography

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Introduction to Printmaking

3

ARTM 350

Video, Installation and Sound

3

Studio Electives: Courses numbered 300/400 in ARTC, ARTD, ARTM, ARTO, ARTP, ARTR, or ARTS

12

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

42

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

57

Bachelor of Arts in Art History

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.A. – Art History

Art History Track

Credits

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

3

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

3

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 349

Women and Art

 

ARTH 350

Ancient Art

 

ARTH 358

History of Photography

9

ARTH 360

African American Art

 

ART 394

Topics in Art History

 

ARTH 454

Art Now

 

Select three courses from the following with a minimum of one 2D studio and one 3D studio:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

 

ART 331

Digital Design

 

ART 380

Study Abroad in Art

 

ART 394

Topics in Art

 

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

 

ARTC 340

Wheel Throwing

 

ARTC 341

Ceramic Sculpture

 

ARTC 342

Raku and Primitive Firing

 

ARTC 442

Ceramics Materials and Techniques

 

ARTC 443

Kiln Construction

 

ARTD 310

Drawing II

 

ARTD 410

Advanced Drawing

 

ARTM 350

Video, Installation, and Sound I

 

ARTM 394

Topics in New Media Art

 

ARTM 450

Advanced Video, Installation and Sound

 

ARTM 451

New Media-Integrative Art

9

ARTO 210

Photography

 

ARTO 218

Study Abroad Photography

 

ARTO 310

Photography II

 

ARTO 311

Intermediate Photography

 

ARTO 315

Photo-Documentary

 

ARTO 318

Study Abroad Photography II

 

ARTO 410

Advanced Photography

 

ARTO 411

Summer Workshop in Photography

 

ARTO 418

Study Abroad Photography III

 

ARTP 230

Painting I

 

ARTP 330

Painting II

 

ARTP 333

Materials and Techniques in Painting

 

ARTP 430

Painting III

 

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

 

ARTR 373

Printmaking II

 

ARTR 374

Techniques in Printmaking

 

ARTR 473

Advanced Printmaking

 

ARTR 474

Workshop in Printmaking

 

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

 

ARTS 362

Topics in Sculpture: Concepts and Media

 

ARTS 460

Sculpture: Advanced Study

 

Additional requirement: two semesters or high school equivalent in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or Spanish

6

Select two electives in anthropology, history, philosophy, religion (consult with advisor to determine additional courses.)

6

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

39-45

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

54-60

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Photography

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.A. – Applied Photography

Applied Photography Track

Credits

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

Select one course from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

ARTH 358

History of Photography

3

Select one 300/400-level ARTH course

3

Required studio courses:

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

3

ARTO 210

Photography

3

ARTO 310

Photography II

3

ARTO 311

Intermediate Photography

3

ARTO 312

Applied Photography I

3

ARTO 315

Photo-Documentary

3

ARTO 413

Applied Photography: Studio and Architecture

3

ARTO 414

Applied Photography: Studio and Location

3

Select one course from the following to be taken prior to the end of sophomore year:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 394

Topics in Art

 

ARTD 310

Drawing II

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

 

ARTR 373

Printmaking II

 

ARTR 374

Techniques in Printmaking

 

Select one course from the following to be taken prior to the end of sophomore year:

ART 394

Topics in Art

 

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

 

ARTM 350

Video, Installation, and Sound I

 

ARTM 394

Topics in New Media Art

3

ARTM 450

Video, Installation, and Sound II

 

ARTM 451

New Media-Integrative Art

 

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

 

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

42

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

57

Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communication Design

Special admission requirements: For admission to the Bachelor of Arts in visual communication design, students must complete the following courses to qualify for "ARTV 283: Graphic Design Admittance Review:"

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B. A. – Visual Communication Design

Visual Communication Design Track

Credits

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

ARTV 201

Introduction to Computer Graphics for Design

3

ARTV 215

Visual Communication Design I

3

ARTV 217 (ARTV 217 Typography I (3 credits), http://www.)

Typography I

3

ARTV 283

Graphic Design Admittance Review

Prerequisites: ART 131, ART 132,

ART 133, ART 134, ARTV 201, ARTV 215, and ARTV 217 (ARTV 217 Typography I (3 credits), http://www.)

0

Select one course from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

ARTV 317 (ARTV 317 Typography II (3 credits), http://www.)

Typography II

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ARTD 310

Drawing II

3

ARTV 315

Visual Communication Design II

3

ARTV 330

Interaction Design for Visual Communication I

3

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTV 325

Techniques in Visual Communication Design

3

ARTH 321

History of Visual Communication Design

3

Select one studio elective at the 200 level or above

3

Select one studio elective at the 300 level or above

3

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

45

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

60

Bachelor of Fine Arts

All students seeking a Bachelor of Fine Arts in visual arts must complete the 15-credit-hour core plus one of the 11 tracks listed here: applied photography, art history, ceramics, drawing, new media art, intermedia, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and visual communication design.

Core Courses in Art

Credits

ART 131

Drawing

3

ART 132

Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art

3

ART 133

Three-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art

3

ART 134

Four-Dimensional Studies and Color Theory

3

ART 291W

Advanced Writing-Writing/Artists*

3

TOTAL CORE CREDITS

15

*ART 291W Advanced Writing-Writing/Artists fulfills the general education requirements for Written Communication II.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Art History

Art History Track

Credits

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

3

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

3

Select four courses from the following:

ARTH 349

Women and Art

 

ARTH 358

History of Photography

 

ARTH 360

African American Art

12

ARTH 394

Topics in Art History

 

ARTH 454

Art Now

 

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken second semester of year 2 or first semester of year 3 at the latest

0

Select two courses from the following:

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

 

ARTO 210

Photography I

6

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

 

Foreign language requirement: four semesters or high school equivalent in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or Spanish

12

Select 9 credit hours of electives from anthropology, history, philosophy, and religion. (Consult with advisor regarding appropriate courses; other courses are available upon approval)

9

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

46-58

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

61-73

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics

The following requirements may be taken after completing "ART 131: Drawing" and "ART 132: Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art."

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Ceramics

Ceramics Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTC 340

Wheel Throwing

3

ARTC 341

Ceramic Sculpture

3

ARTC 440

Advanced Ceramics

9

ARTC 442

Ceramics Materials and Techniques

3

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

Select any 300/400-level ceramics or sculpture course

3

Select three additional credit hours in ceramics at the 300 level

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

58

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

73

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Drawing

Drawing Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art

0

ARTD 310

Drawing II

6

ARTP 330

Painting II

3

ARTD 410

Advanced Drawing

6

ARTP 430

Painting III

3

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

Select 6 credit hours of art electives

6

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

58

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

73

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication Design

Special admission requirements: Successful review in "ARTV 283: Graphic Design Admittance Review" is required prior to submitting work for "ART 299: Portfolio Review." Successful review in ART 299 is required for admission to the B.F.A. in visual communication design.

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Visual Communication Design

Visual Communication Design Track

Credits

Select two courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

6

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

ARTV 201

Introduction to Computer Graphics for Design

3

ARTV 215

Visual Communication Design

3

ARTV 217 (ARTV 217 Typography I (3 credits), http://www.)

Typography I

3

ARTV 283

Graphic Design Admittance Review

0

ARTV 317 (ARTV 317 Typography II (3 credits), http://www.)

Typography II

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ARTD 310

Drawing II

3

ARTV 315

Visual Communication Design II

3

ARTV 330

Interaction Design for Visual Communication Design I

3

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTV 325

Techniques in Visual Communication Design

3

ARTH 321

History of Visual Communication Design

3

 

Select one 3D studio elective

3

ARTV 417

Typography III

3

ARTV 425

Information Design

3

Select one 2D studio elective

3

ARTV 415

Visual Communication Design III

3

ARTV 427

Motion Design

3

Select one 300/400-level studio elective

3

ARTG 496

 

CEP 300

Graphic Design Experiential Component

-- OR --

Cooperative Education

 

 

3

ARTV 428

Visual Communication Design Capstone

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

67

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

82

Bachelor of Fine Arts in New Media Art

The new media art track is designed for students who want to explore areas such as electronic art, robotic art, installation or experimental video and film. New media art uses the elements of time with a strong intersection of technology and media that often involve interactivity and exploration of cultural concepts. The curriculum includes working at the frontiers of art, science, and technology, through hands-on learning techniques with critical and creative thinking skills to understand the contemporary world. New media art will prepare students for graduate school, for contemporary art practice as an independent artist and for careers in the creative technological fields such as film, videography, computing, or installation/exhibition design.

Students seeking a Bachelor of Fine Arts in new media art should complete the following courses in addition to the required 15 hours in core courses.

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – New Media Art

New Media Art Track

Credits

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

Select one ARTH 300/400-level course

3

ARTH 454

Art Now

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTD 310

Drawing II

3

ART 331

Digital Design

3

ARTM 350

Video, Installation, and Sound I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

3

ARTM 394

Topics in New Media Art

6

ARTM 450

Video, Installation, and Sound II

3

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ARTM 451

New Media-Integrative Art

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

Select 12 credit hours from the following:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

 

ART 394

Topics in Art

 

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

 

ARTC 340

Wheel Throwing

 

ARTC 341

Ceramic Sculpture

 

ARTD 410

Advanced Drawing

 

ARTO 413

Applied Photography: Studio and Architecture

 

ARTO 414

Applied Photography: Studio and Location

12

ARTO 418

Study Abroad Photography II

 

ARTP 230

Painting I

 

ARTP 330

Painting II

 

ARTP 333

Materials and Techniques in Painting

 

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

 

ARTR 373

Printmaking II

 

ARTR 374

Techniques in Printmaking

 

ARTS 362

Topics in Sculpture: Concepts and Media

 

ARTS 460

Sculpture: Advanced Study

 

MIN 240

Introduction to Interactive Media

 

MIN 340

Media Scripting for Interactivity

 

MIN 345

Introduction to 3D Modeling

 

MIN 352

Digital Media Projects

 

MIN 375

Impact of Computer Games and Virtual Worlds

 

Integrative Studio – select one course from the following:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 380

Study Abroad in Art

 

ART 394

Topics in Art

 

ARTO 218

Study Abroad Photography

3

ARTO 315

Photo-Documentary

 

ARTO 318

Study Abroad Photography II

 

ARTO 418

Study Abroad Photography III

 

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

61

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

76

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Intermedia

The following requirements may be taken after completing "ART 131: Drawing" and "ART 132: Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art."

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Intermedia

Intermedia Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTD 310

Drawing II

3

Studio electives chosen by student with committee and approved by department chair

21-24

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

58-61

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

73-76

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Painting

Painting Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTD 310

Drawing II

6

ARTP 330

Painting II

6

ARTP 333

Materials and Techniques in Painting (This course is offered every other year in the fall semester. Last offered in fall 2012.)

3

ARTD 410

Advanced Drawing

3

ARTP 430

Painting III

6

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ARTR 373

Intermediate Printmaking

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

61

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

76

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Applied Photography

The following requirements may be taken after completing "ART 131: Drawing" and "ART 132: Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art."

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Applied Photography

Applied Photography Track

Credits

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

Select one course from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

3

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select one 300/400-level ARTH course

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

3

ARTH 358

History of Photography

3

ARTO 310

Photography II

3

ARTO 311

Intermediate Photography

3

ARTO 312

Applied Photography I

3

ARTO 315

Photo-Documentary

3

ARTO 413

Applied Photography: Studio and Architecture

3

ARTO 414

Applied Photography: Studio and Location

3

Select 6 credit hours from the following:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 331

Digital Design

 

ART 499

Gallery/Museum Internship

 

ARTO 218

Study Abroad Photography

 

ARTO 318

Study Abroad Photography II

 

ARTO 411

Summer Workshop in Photography

6

ARTO 418

Study Abroad Photography III

 

ARTM 350

Video, Installation, and Sound I

 

ARTM 394

Topics in New Media Art

 

ARTM 450

Video, Installation, and Sound II

 

ARTM 451

Advanced New Media-Integrative Art

 

Select one 2D studio elective

3

Select one 3D studio elective

3

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

52

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

67

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography

The following requirements may be taken after completing "ART 131: Drawing" and "ART 132: Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art."

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Photography

Photography Track

Credits

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

3

Select two courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

6

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select one 300/400-level ARTH course

3

ARTH 358

History of Photography

3

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTO 310

Photography II

3

ARTO 311

Intermediate Photography

3

ARTO 312

Applied Photography I

3

ARTO 315

Photo-Documentary

3

ART 317

Web Design for Artists

3

ARTO 413

 

ARTO 414

Applied Photography: Studio and Architecture -- OR --

Applied Photography: Studio and Location

3

Select one course from the following:

ART 300

Art of the Book

 

ART 331

Digital Design

 

ART 499

Gallery/Museum Internship

 

ARTO 218

Study Abroad Photography

 

ARTO 318

Study Abroad Photography II

 

ARTO 394

Topics in Photography

 

ARTO 411

Summer Workshop in Photography

3

ARTO 418

Study Abroad Photography III

 

ARTM 350

Video, Installation, and Sound I

 

ARTM 394

Topics in New Media Art

 

ARTM 450

Video, Installation,and Sound II

 

ARTM 451

New Media-Integrative Art

 

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

58

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

73

Bachelor of Fine Arts In Printmaking

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Printmaking

Printmaking Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTR 373

Printmaking II

 

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after ARTR 373)

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art)

0

ARTR 375

Screen Printing

3

ARTR 473

Advanced Printmaking

6

Select three 300/400-level printmaking courses

9

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

55

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

70

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture

The following requirements may be taken after completing "ART 131: Drawing" and "ART 132: Two-Dimensional Studies in Visual Art."

Click here for a 4-year plan showing one way a student can complete the program below in 4 years if the student requires no remedial courses.

Degree Requirements: B.F.A. – Sculpture

Sculpture Track

Credits

Select three courses from the following:

ARTH 101

Survey of Western Art I

 

ARTH 102

Survey of Western Art II

9

ARTH 103

Survey of Western Art III

 

ARTH 104

Survey of Asian Art

 

Select two 300/400-level ARTH courses

6

ARTP 230

Painting I

3

ARTC 240

Ceramics I

3

ARTS 262

Sculpture I

3

ARTR 272

Printmaking I

3

ARTO 210

Photography I

3

ART 299

Portfolio Review

(to be taken after 60 semester hours of university coursework or 21 semester hours in art

0

ARTS 360

Techniques in Sculpture

3

ARTS 362

Topics in Sculpture: Concepts and Media

9

ARTS 460

Sculpture: Advanced Study

9

Select one 300/400-level ceramics or sculpture course

3

ART 450

Advanced Studio Seminar

3

ART 497

Senior Exhibition

1

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

58

Total Core Credits

15

TOTAL CREDITS

73

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Undergraduate Catalog 2014-15

The Catalog

Catalog Changes

University Accreditation

About NKU

Program Offerings

Admissions and Enrollment

International Admissions and Enrollment

Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Academic Program Opportunities

University Policies and Procedures

Academic Support

Student Engagement

General Education

College of Arts and Sciences

Haile/U.S. Bank College of Business

College of Education and Human Services

College of Health Professions

College of Informatics

Pre-Professional and Interdisciplinary Programs

Course Descriptions

Course Description Notes

Accounting Courses (ACC)

Anthropology Courses (ANT)

Arabic Courses (ARI)

Art Courses (ART)

Astronomy Courses (AST)

Athletic Training Program Courses (ATP)

Biological Sciences Courses (BIO)

Business Informatics Courses (BIS)

Black Studies Courses (BLS)

Business Courses (BUS)

College of Arts and Sciences Courses (CAS)

Cooperative Education Courses (CEP)

Chemistry Courses (CHE)

Chinese Courses (CHI)

Cinema Studies Courses (CIN)

Computer Information Technology Courses (CIT)

Construction Management Courses (CMGT)

Communication Studies Courses (CMST)

Communication Courses (COM)

Counseling Courses (COU)

Computer Science Courses (CSC)

Career and Technical Education Courses (CTE)

Dance Courses (DAN)

Data Science Courses (DSC)

Economics Courses (ECO)

Education – Special Education Courses (EDS)

Education Courses (EDU)

Engineering Technology Courses (EGT)

Electronic Media and Broadcasting (EMB)

English Courses (ENG)

English Developmental Courses (ENGD)

Entrepreneurship Courses (ENTP)

Environmental Science Courses (ENV)

Finance Courses (FIN)

French Courses (FRE)

Geography Courses (GEO)

German Courses (GER)

Geology Courses (GLY)

Health Education Courses (HEA)

Health Informatics Courses (HIN)

History Courses (HIS)

Honors Courses (HNR)

Human Resource Management Courses (HRM)

Health Science Courses (HSC)

Human Services/Mental Health Courses (HSR)

Informatics Courses (INF)

International Programs Courses (INTL)

Integrative Studies Courses (IST)

Italian Courses (ITA)

Journalism Courses (JOU)

Japanese Courses (JPN)

Criminal Justice Courses (JUS)

Kinesiology Courses (KIN)

Korean Courses (KOR)

Learning Assistance Program Courses (LAP)

Latin Courses (LAT)

Organizational Leadership Courses (LDR)

Library Informatics Courses (LIN)

Developmental Mathematics Courses (MAHD)

Mathematics Courses (MAT)

Medieval Studies Courses (MDS)

Management Courses (MGT)

Media Informatics Courses (MIN)

Marketing Courses (MKT)

Military Science Courses (MSC) Consortium courses offered at Xavier University

Music Courses (MUS)

Neuroscience Courses (NEU)

Nursing Registered Professional Courses (NRP)

Nursing Baccalaureate Courses (NRS)

Public Administration Courses (PAD)

Physical Education Courses (PHE)

Philosophy Courses (PHI)

Physics Courses (PHY)

Popular Culture Courses (POP)

Public Relations Courses (PRE)

Political Science Courses (PSC)

Psychology Courses (PSY)

Radiologic Technology Courses (RAD)

Reading Workshop Courses (RDG)

Religious Studies Courses (REL)

Respiratory Care Courses (RSP)

Russian Courses (RUS)

Integrated Sciences Courses (SCI)

Sociology Courses (SOC)

Sports Business Courses (SPB)

Spanish Courses (SPI)

Statistics Courses (STA)

Social Work Courses (SWK)

Theatre Courses (TAR)

University Programs Courses (UNV)

Women's and Gender Studies Courses (WGS)

World Languages Courses (WLL)

University Administration

Faculty

Emeritus Faculty

Appendices

Kentucky Residency

Index