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Art Major with a Concentration in Painting

Foundation Requirements:

 

Select two from the following Art History courses:

6 s.h.

ARTH 109, ARTH 110, ARTH 200

 

Required Studio Art courses:

9 s.h.

ARTS 130, ARTS 140, ARTS 141

 

Painting Concentration:

 

Select three from the following Painting courses:

9 s.h.

ARTS 250, ARTS 252, ARTS 351, ARTS 353, ARTS 203N, ARTS 203Z, ARTS 303N, ARTS 303Z, (ARTS 294, ARTS 299. ARTS 394, ARTS 399 courses in Painting can be applied with permission of the advisor and department chair.)

 

Select two from the following courses in related areas:

6 s.h.

ARTS 240, ARTS 241, ARTS 242, ARTS 260.

 

One of the following advanced painting courses not used above:

3 s.h.

ARTS 351 or ARTS 253

 

Any 200-399 ARTH, ARTS or CART

3 s.h.

 

Total 36 s.h.

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