Art

Curriculum VPA.ART.AA (U224A50)

While the following sequence of courses is strongly recommended, students should select general education courses and plan the sequence for completing general education requirements in consultation with a member of the Counseling department. Students may select art electives that will best prepare them for transfer to senior institutions. Consultation with a counselor is highly recommended.

Semester One

Credit Hours

 

ART 111

Ancient to Medieval Art

3

 

ART 117

Drawing I

3

 

ART 119

Two-dimensional Design

3

 

 

General education

7-9

 

 

 

16-18

Semester Two

 

ART 112

Renaissance to Modern Art*

3

 

ART 116

Color Composition

2

 

ART 118

Drawing II

3

 

ART 120

Three-dimensional Design (optional)

3

 

 

General education

6-7

 

 

 

17-18

Semester Three

#

ART 125

Life Drawing I

3

 

 

Art elective (ART 141◊ if required by the institution transferring to)

3

 

 

General education

12-14

 

 

 

18-20

Semester Four

#

ART 126

Life Drawing II

3

Art elective (ART 151◊ if required by the institution transferring to)

3

General education

12-14

 

18-20

Recommended Art electives:

Select courses that meet the BA requirements of your transfer college.

 

ART 114

Survey of Asian Art*

3

 

ART 120

Three-dimensional Design

3

#

ART 135

Ceramics I

3

 

ART 140

Printmaking

3

 

ART 141

Painting I

3

 

ART 142

Painting II

3

 

ART 151

Sculpture I

3

 

VIC 100

Graphic Design

3

General education requirements: AA degree

37-41

Art courses or other electives for AA degree

23-27

See ART course descriptions and IAI codes.

*These courses also fulfill Humanities requirements in general education.

Students with an emphasis in two-dimensional pictorial arts are advised to select from a combination of ART 140◊, ART 141◊ and ART 142◊ for their Art electives. Students with an emphasis on three-dimensional media should select from ART 135◊ and ART 151◊ for their Art electives. Students with an emphasis in Advertising Art should select their electives from the Visual Communication curriculum.

Chairperson: Dennis McNamara, Ext. 3597