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Winter 2009

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Transfer Students: Students who have taken art courses at other post-secondary institutions and desire credit for basic courses in Visual Arts may be required to submit a portfolio of their own work for evaluation by Visual Arts, together with an official transcript of their record and catalogues describing the courses taken, all of which must be submitted no later than two weeks before the first day of classes.


1) 28-150 must be taken in the first year.

2) Visual Arts students must take 27-105, 27-106, 27-107, and 27-108 in the first year.

3) Registration in any studio courses numbered in the 27-200s requires a successful B.F.A. portfolio evaluation.

4) Fourth-year B.F.A. students will be required to participate in the B.F.A. Candidates' Exhibit. The selection of work to be exhibited is to be made with the approval of the student's instructor in Studio Practice II.


Requirements for degree programs in Visual Arts make reference to the following groups of courses:

Basic Courses: 27-105, 27-106, 27-107, 27-108, and Art History 28-150, 28-214 and 28-215.

Critical Issues: 27-491

Digital Media: 27-245, 27-345, 27-365.

Drawing: 27-203, 27-303, 27-365.

Inter-media Practices: 27-383, 27-384

Internship: 27-380

Painting: 27-213, 27-313, 27-365.

Photography: 27-253, 27-353, 27-365

Printmaking: 27-223, 27-224, 27-326, 27-365.

Sculpture: 27-233, 27-333, 27-365.

Seminar: 27-490.

Studio Practice I: 27-480

Studio Practice II: 27-481

Time-Based: 27-243, 27-343, 27-365

Art History: see Visual Arts - Art History Course Descriptions.