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2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art (B.A.)


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Studio Art Concentration, B.A.


The B.A. in Studio Art is the ideal degree for students interested in receiving a broad education in the Liberal Arts while gaining a training in the Fine Arts.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core ) 41
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement 1
Foreign Language Requirement (see requirements for B.A. degree) 6

 

Studio Art Courses


B.A. Studio Art students must select two (2) Art and Design foci and complete the entire sequence in each.  Foci options include drawing, digital media, graphic design, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, pottery/ceramics, sculpture, and animation.  If drawing is selected as an area of focus, ART 1050 - Drawing II  would be the first class in the drawing focus sequence.

 

Foci

Introductory Course

(1 Required)

Upper Division Courses

(2 Required)

Drawing

  ART 1050 - Drawing II   3

ART 3340 - Drawing III    3

ART 3540 - Drawing IV, Thematic Development Drawing 3

ART 3080 - Illustration I   3

Digital Media

 ART 2170 - Digital Media I  3

ART 3170 - Digital Media II  3

ART 4170 - Digital Media III  3

Graphic Design

ART 2320 - Graphic Design I 3

ART 2520 - Typography I  3

ART 3370 - Web Design  3

ART 4120 - Graphic Design II  3

ART 4370 - Web Design II  3

Illustration

 ART 3080 - Illustration I  3    

 

Painting

 ART 2040 - Painting I  3

ART 3440 - Painting II  3

ART 4040 - Painting III  3

Photography

 ART 2090 - Photography I  3

ART 3590 - Photography II  3

ART 3690 - Digital Photography  3

ART 4190 - Photography III  3

Printmaking

 ART 2030 - Printmaking I  3

ART 3230 - History of Contemporary Art  3

ART 3530 - Printmaking III  3

Pottery/Ceramics

 ART 2050 - Ceramics  3

ART 3450 - Ceramic Sculpture  3

ART 3550 - Glazes and Surface Design  3

ART 3650 - Pottery-Ceramics II  3

ART 4050 - Pottery-Ceramics III  3

Sculpture

 ART 2070 - Sculpture I  3

ART 3570 - Sculpture II  3

ART 4070 - Sculpture III  3

Animation

 ART 2410 - Animation I 3   

ART 3410 - Animation II  3

ART 4410 - Animation III  3

 

Minor: 18-27 Credit Hours


A minor outside of art and art history is required.

Art Education Concentration, B.A.


The B.A. Art with an Education Concentration prepares students for a career teaching Art in elementary or secondary schools.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core ) 41
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement 1
Foreign Language Requirement (see requirements for B.A. degree) 6

Electives: 21 Credit Hours


Professional Education Minor: 20 Credit Hours


Required for licensure in all endorsement areas: K-6, 4-8, 7-12, and K-12

Successful completion of this minor, successful completion of Clinical Practice (with seminar), and Tennessee-mandated licensure examinations leads to teaching licensure for grades K-6, 4-8, 5-8, 7-12, and K-12. Testing requirements, electronic portfolio development, and other prerequisites for provisional admission and full admission to Teacher Education will require consultation with an education advisor. For students not seeking licensure but a minor in Professional Education, contact the College of Education Dean.

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