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Students transferring from non-baccalaureate institutions to UW baccalaureate-granting institutions may generally transfer up to 72 credits earned at non-baccalaureate institutions toward the credits required for degree completion. UW institutions may accept additional credits toward the degree where appropriate.

Art catalog information

Graduation Requirements  |  Art

 

The following requirements are in addition to the university general education requirements. Please use this guide in tandem with the Degree Requirements Transfer Guide.

Common Fundamental, Preparation and Core Course Requirements for all Art Majors

 

 

Foundation Studio & Graphic Design Courses 12 credits
These courses serve as prerequisites for most of the curriculum.

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 122

Introduction to Two Dimensional Design

ART 102 
ART 221

Introduction to Three Dimensional Design

ART 103
ART 222 or DMD 111

Introduction to Digital Art

ART 104
ART 124

Introduction to Drawing

ART 122 

 

Foundation Art History Classes | 6 credits
Art 226 required (3 credits). Choose one: ART 100 or ART 125 (3 credits)

CLC COURSE      PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 121

Foundations of Art and Visual Culture

ART 100
ART 240 

Survey of World Art

ART 125 
ART 241 or ART 242

Modern Art and Graphic Design**

ART 226

 

Developmental Drawing | 3 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Choose one course:

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 127  Intermediate Drawing ART 322 
-

Life Drawing

ART 331 
-

Focused Drawing Topics

ART 30 

 

Two Dimensional Experience | 6 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Prerequisites apply. Choose two courses:

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 243

Beginning Printmaking

ART 251

ART 224 

Beginning Painting

ART 282

ART 127 

Intermediate Drawing

ART 322
ART 227 

Intermediate Painting

ART 382
-

Life Drawing

ART 331 
-

Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 288 
-

Focused Drawing Topics

ART 330 
-

Interm. Printmaking

ART 351 
-

Interm. Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 388 
-

Advanced Drawing

ART 422 
-

Advanced Focused Drawing Topics

ART 430 
-

Figure Studio

ART 431
-

Advanced Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 488 

 

Three Dimensional Experience | 6 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Prerequisites apply. Choose two courses:
 

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 226

Beginning Ceramics

ART 203
ART 223

Beginning Sculpture

ART 236
ART 246

Intermediate Ceramics

ART 303
ART 228

Intermediate Sculpture

ART 336
-

Beginning Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 238 
-

Topics in Three Dimensional Studio Art

ART 289 
-

Interm. Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 338 
-

Interm. Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 389 
-

Advanced Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 489 

 

Graphic Design Experience | 3 credits
Choose one course:

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
DMD 174

Typography I

ART 274

ART 271 

Topics in Graphic Design

ART 287

ART 149

Introduction to Digital Art

ART 371

- Topics in Graphic Design

ART 387

 

Additional Art History or Related Coursework | 6 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area:
Required Course | 3 credits

CLC COURSE      PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
-

Selected Topics in Art History

ART 391

Choose one | 3 Credits

CLC COURSE      PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
HUM 123

Introduction to Film

ENGL 252

ENG 260 

Literary Analysis

ENGL 266

ANT 221 

Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 200 or INTS 210

-

Anthropology of Non-Western Art

ANTH/ART 315

-

Aesthetics

PHIL 213

*Other relevant, upper-division courses that address the history of art or visual culture may be approved on a case by case basis by the art history advisor.

Upper Division Elective  | 3 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Prerequisites apply. Choose one course:

Two Dimensional Studio 

CLC COURSE   PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 127   

Intermediate Drawing

ART 322

ART 227   

Intermediate Painting

ART 382

-  

Life Drawing

ART 331

-  

Focused Drawing Topics

ART 330
-  

Intermediate Printmaking

ART 351
-  

Intermediate Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 388
-  

Advanced Drawing

ART 422
-  

Advanced Focus Drawing Topics

ART 430

-  

Figure Studio

ART 431
-  

Advanced Printmaking

ART 451
-  

Advanced Painting

ART 482
-  

Advanced Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 489

 

Three Dimensional Studio 

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 246

Intermediate Ceramics

ART 303

ART 228 

Intermediate Sculpture

ART 336

ART 247

Advanced Ceramics

ART 403

-

Intermediate Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 338

-

Intermediate Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 389 
-

Advanced Sculpture

ART 436 
-

Advanced Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 438
-

Advanced Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 489

Graphic Design 

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 149

Digital Photography

ART 371

ART 249

Advanced Digital Photography

ART 471

-

Graphic Design I

ART 372

-

Typography II

ART 374

-

Topics in Graphic Design

ART 387

Professional Practice | 2 credits

ART MAJOR COMPLETION OPTIONS (1-19 CREDITS)
Prerequisite: Junior level standing, only available at Parkside (ART 392)
Students take either the Senior Critique Seminar capstone course to complete the standard 48 credit art major or they may choose one of three concentrations to complete their major. Students must have at least a 2.75 grade point average in the major to pursue a concentration. To earn the concentration, the minimum 2.75 grade point average in the major must also be met.

Standard Art Major | Capstone | 1 credit
Prerequisite: Senior level standing. Senior Critique Seminar is only available at Parkside (ART 497)

Note for students choosing the standard art major without a concentration
Students should be aware that the standard 48 credit art major has a limited number of built-in upper division courses. Without the added concentration course work, students may need to select additional upper division courses in order to meet the university’s graduation requirement of 36 upper division credits for a bachelor’s degree. These same students may also need to be prepared to take additional credits toward the 120 credits required for graduation. These credits can be gained by working toward a minor or certificate or by taking elective credits.

 

2D STUDIO ART (19 CREDITS) 

To gain increased experience in studio art areas, students may select a concentration in either two dimensional studio art, three dimensional studio art, or interdisciplinary art. All three concentrations consist of an additional art history course, the exhibition capstone, and an additional 12 credits of studio course work related to the chosen concentration. A minimum 2.75 GPA is required to enter and exit the concentration.

Required Additional Upper Division Art History | 3 credits
Selected topics in Art History is only available at Parkside (ART 391)

Two Dimensional Studio Art Courses | 12 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Choose 4 courses (3 courses must be in the upper division).

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 127

Intermediate Drawing

ART 322

ART 149

Digital Photography

ART 371

ART 224

Beginning Painting

ART 282

ART 227

Intermediate Painting

ART 382

ART 243

Beginning Printmaking

ART 251

ART 249

Advanced Digital Photography

ART 471

-

Life Drawing

ART 331

-

Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 288

-

Focused Drawing Topics

ART 330

-

Intermediate Printmaking

ART 351

-

Intermediate Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 388

-

Advanced Drawing

ART 422

-

Advanced Focus Drawing Topics

ART 430

-

Figure Studio

ART 431

-

Advanced Printmaking

ART 451

-

Advanced Painting

ART 482

-

Advanced Topics in 2D Studio Art

ART 488

-

Independent Study

ART 499

Exhibition Capstone | 4 credits
Prerequisite: Senior level standing. Exhibition Capstone is only available at Parkside (ART 493)

 

3D STUDIO ART (19 CREDITS)

To gain increased experience in studio art areas, students may select a concentration in either two dimensional studio art, three dimensional studio art, or interdisciplinary art. All three concentrations consist of an additional art history course, the exhibition capstone, and an additional 12 credits of studio course work related to the chosen concentration. A minimum 2.75 GPA is required to enter and exit the concentration.

Required Additional Upper Division Art History | 3 credits
Selected topics in Art History is only available at Parkside (ART 391)

Three Dimensional Studio Art Courses | 12 credits
Each course can only count toward one requirement area. Choose 4 courses (3 courses must be in the upper division).

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
ART 226

Beginning Ceramics

ART 203

ART 223

Beginning Sculpture

ART 236

ART 246

Intermediate Ceramics

ART 303

ART 228 

Intermediate Sculpture

ART 336

ART 247

Advanced Ceramics

ART 403
-

Topics in Three Dimensional Studio Art

ART 289
-

Interm. Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 338
-

Interm. Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 389
-

Advanced Sculpture

ART 436
-

Advanced Woodworking and Furniture Design

ART 438
-

Advanced Topics in 3D Studio Art

ART 489 
-

Independent Study

ART 499

Exhibition Capstone | 4 credits
Prerequisite: Senior level standing. Exhibition Capstone is only available at Parkside (ART 493)

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIO ART (19 CREDITS)

Interdisciplinary Courses | 12 credits
Refer to the two and three dimensional art studio courses for courses available. Each course can only counttoward one requirement area. Choose 4 courses (3 must be upper division).

Required Additional Upper Division Art History | 3 credits
Selected topics in Art History is only available at Parkside (ART 391)

Exhibition Capstone | 4 credits
Prerequisite: Senior level standing. Exhibition Capstone is only available at Parkside (ART 493)

 

 

 

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