The Sculpture program curriculum provides a thorough grounding in many different materials and processes and is structured to enhance the student’s ability to solve structural, spatial, formal, and conceptual problems. Wood and metal studios, featuring a wide variety of equipment, allow students to investigate diverse materials and techniques in their exploration of the medium of sculpture.
Section 1-9 hours:
100 Level Courses-6 hours
- ART 112-Drawing II-3 hours
- ART 122-Visual Foundation 2 – 3 hours
200 Level Course – 3 hours
- ART 227-Sculpture-3 hours
- After completion of all 100 and 200 level courses, students must complete and successfully pass a portfolio review with an advisor from their chosen studio emphasis area.
- In order to apply the course to the minor, students must earn a grade of “C” or higher in all ART courses.
- If a student does not pass the portfolio review, they may enroll in an additional 200 level class in their chosen area of emphasis and resubmit their portfolio for a faculty signature; however, only 9 hours of 200 level courses may be counted toward the completion of the minor.
- To strengthen the quality of the minor, students are encouraged to take additional credits in ARHS 120 or ARHS 160 which are GEC 3 & 5.
Section 2: 300 Level Courses-9 hours (3 courses at 3 hours each)
- ART 326 Sculpture – 3 hours (repeat for 3 times for a total of 9 hours)