Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Arts
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements: Studio: twenty courses (66 course credits) as follows: 27-105, 27-106, 27-107, 27-108; one of 27-383 or 27-384; 27-480 (6.0 credits), 27-481 (6.0 credits), 27-490 and 27-491; plus at least three 200-level courses in three other separate areas; five additional 300-level courses in at least three separate areas (includes 27-383/384); and three additional studio courses at the 200 or 300 level. Art History: eight courses (24 course credits) as follows: 28-150, 28-214, 28-215 and 28-345 (28-345 must be taken before entry into year four), plus four more art history courses, one of which has to be at the 400-level. (Up to three of the following courses may be taken to fulfill the Art History course requirement if approved by an Art History advisor: 11-330, 23-260, 23-261, 40-240, 40-241, 48-413, 48-354). Students must have a positive Portfolio Evaluation to proceed to their second year of study.
Option requirements: six courses including
(a)two courses from Social Sciences;
(b)two courses from Languages or Science;
(c)two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(b)two courses from any area of study, excluding Visual Arts.
Portfolio Evaluation: A successful portfolio evaluation is required. The portfolio evaluation takes place at the end of semester 2, after the student has gained credit in 27-105, 27-106, 27-107, 27-108, 28-150.
Students who are otherwise in good standing, but whose portfolio evaluation is not successful may:
(a)be allowed to continue in the B.F.A. program on a conditional basis, subject to re-evaluation;
(b)be allowed to transfer to the general Bachelor of Arts-Visual Arts program.
Consult a program advisor in Visual Arts for details regarding portfolio requirements and procedures.
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