College of Liberal Arts >> Art and Design
The Studio emphasis immerses students in the creation and understanding of artworks. Students can choose to concentrate in ceramics, drawing, jewelry, painting, printmaking, sculpture, or woodworking. Each area focuses on teaching critical thinking skills, crafting tangible objects (both functional and non-functional), and offers concrete skills in professional practice. The curriculum also allows for cross-disciplinary exploration and collaborative work, which ultimately make students better artists and visual communicators.
45 hours; 2.0 major GPA required
A maximum of two (2) classes with a grade less than a C may be applied to the major/concentration.