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Studio Art Major 4 Year Plan

Art Education Major

4-YEAR PLAN
A minor is NOT required with this major but electives are required to total 128 hours, of which 36 hours must be 300/400 level courses.


FRESHMAN YEAR

Fall Semester
ART 111 Drawing I
ART 121 Design I 2D
PSYC 101 General Psychology

Spring Semester
ARTH 121 Introduction to Visual Arts
ART 122 Design II Color
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 112 Drawing II
ART 330 Painting Techniques
ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
MCOM 265 Basic Photography


SOPHOMORE YEAR

Fall Semester
ARTH 211 History of World Art I
ART 123 Three-Dimensional Design
EPSY 302 Educational Psychology
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
ART 430 Watercolor
ART 480 Printmaking Techniques
MCOM 265 Basic Photography

Spring Semester
ARTH 212 History of World Art II
EDFN 295 Practicum: Pre-Admission Teaching
EDFN 338 Foundations of American Education
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 112 Drawing II
ART 172 Design Concepts in Crafts Media
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 330 Painting Techniques
ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
MCOM 265 Basic Photography


JUNIOR YEAR

Fall Semester
ART 211 Drawing III-Figurative
ART 365 Art and Technology
EDFN 365 Computer Based Technology & Learning
EPSY 428 Child & Adolescent Development
ARTE 414 K12 Art Ed. Methods - OFFERED EVERY EVEN YEAR IN THE FALL
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
ART 430 Watercolor
ART 480 Printmaking Techniques
MCOM 265 Basic Photography

Spring Semester
ARTH 456 Recent Developments in Visual Arts
INED 411 South Dakota Indian Studies
SEED 408 Plan, Manage, & Assess the 7-12 Diverse Classroom
SPED 405 Educating Secondary Students/Disabilities
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 112 Drawing II
ART 172 Design Concepts in Crafts Media
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 330 Painting Techniques
ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
ART 494 Internship
MCOM 265 Basic Photography


SENIOR YEAR

Fall Semester
ARTE 414 K12 Art Ed. Methods - OFFERED EVERY EVEN YEAR IN THE FALL
SEED 450 7-12 Reading and Content Literacy
SEED 495 Practicum: Pre-Student Teaching
EDFN 475 Human Relations
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
ART 430 Watercolor
ART 480 Printmaking Techniques
ART 494 Internship
MCOM 265 Basic Photography

Spring Semester
Exit Exam and Exhibition
ED 444: K-12 STUDENT TEACHING
Studio Specialization: Choose 1
ART 112 Drawing II
ART 172 Design Concepts in Crafts Media
ART 292 Topics (also 492)
ART 330 Painting Techniques
ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
ART 350 Ceramic Techniques
ART 494 Internship
MCOM 265 Basic Photography

Art Management Minor

 Required Core - 18 hours

  • 3 ACCT 210 Principles of Accounting I
  • 3 ARTH 121 Introduction to the Visual Arts
  • 3 ARTH 211 History of World Art I
    OR
    3 ARTH 212 History of World Art II
  • 3 ARTH 415 Gallery Management
  • 3 BADM 336 Entrepreneurship I
  • 3 BADM 334 Small Business Management
    OR
    3 BADM 370 Marketing

Art Ed Minor

 Required Core - 24 semester hours

  • 3 ART 111 Drawing I
  • 3 ART 121 Design I 2D
  • 3 ART 365 Art and Technology
  • 3 ART 430 Watercolor
    OR
    3 ART 330 Painting Techniques
  • 3 ART 123 Three Dimensional Design
    OR
    3 ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
  • 3 ARTE 414 K-12 Art Methods
  • 3 ARTH 121 Introduction to Visual Arts
  • 3 ESPY 428 Child & Adolescent Development

Art Minor

 Required Core - 24 semester hours

  • 3 ART 111 Drawing I
  • 3 ART 121 Design I 2D
  • 3 ART 122 Design II
  • 3 ART 123 Three Dimensional Design
  • 3 ARTH 121 Introduction to Visual Arts
  • 3 ARTH 211 History of World Art I
    OR
    3 ARTH 212 History of World Art II
6 Take two courses from the following:
  • 3 ART 172 Design Concepts in Crafts Media
  • 3 ART 211 Drawing III - Figurative
  • 3 ART 231 Painting I
  • 3 ART 292 Topics (or 492)
  • 3 ART 330 Painting Techniques
  • 3 ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
  • 3 ART 350 Ceramics Techniques
  • 3 ART 375 Art and Technology
  • 3 ART 430 Watercolor
  • 3 ART 480 Printmaking Techniques
  • 3 MCOM 265 Basic Photography

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art

  BFA Global Core - 18 semester hours

  • 3 ART 121 Design I 2D (gen ed)
  • 3 ARTH 121 Intro to the Visual Arts
  • 3 ART/MCOM 161 Graphic Communication
  • 3 ART/MCOM 265 Basic Photography
6 Take two of the following 3 courses
  • 3 ART/MCOM 165 History of Photography
  • 3 ARTH 211 History of World Art I
  • 3 ARTH 212 History of World Art II

Require Core - 42 semester hours

  • 3 ART 111 Drawing I
  • 3 ART 112 Drawing II
  • 3 ART 122 Design II - Color
  • 3 ART 123 3-D Design
  • 3 ART 172 Design Concepts in Crafts Media
  • 3 ART 211 Drawing III - Figurative
  • 3 ART 330 Painting Techniques
  • 3 ART 338 Encaustic Painting Techniques
    OR
    3 ART 430 Watercolor Techniques
  • 3 ART 340 Sculpture Techniques
  • 3 ART 350 Ceramics Techniques
  • 3 ART 365 Art and Technology
  • 3 ART 480 Printmaking Techniques
  • 3 ART 457 4D Art Techniques
  • 3 ARTH 465 Recent Developments in Visual Arts

BFA Major Electives - 15 semester hours

Choose 5 courses from below

  • 3 ART 338 Encaustic (Wax) Painting 
  • 3 ART 340 Watercolor 
  • 3 ART 231 Painting 1 
  • 3 ART 143 Traditional Lakota Arts 
  • 3 ART 292/492 Special Topics 
  • 3 ARTH 415 Gallery Management 
  • 3 ART 291/491 Independent Study 
  • 3 ART 494 Internship 
  • 3 SPCM 455 Visual Culture 
  • 3 ARTD 335 Digital Illustration 
  • 3 ART/MCOM 261 Intermediate Desktop Publishing 
  • 3 ART/MCOM 315 Computer Production and Imaging 
  • 3 ART/MCOM 312 Intermediate Photography 
  • 3 ART/MCOM 350 Digital Photography 
  • 3 ART/MCOM 165 History of Photography

Supportive Electives

Take 1 course from each group below. Courses must be different than those used to satisfy Gen Ed & Major requirements

3 Social Science: AIS/LAKL, ANTH, GEOG, HIST, POLS, PSYC, SOC, SPCM
3 Humanities: ENGL, FREN, GER, HUM, PHIL, RUSS, SPAN, THEA

General Education Requirements - 30 semester hours

  • 3 ENGL 101 Composition I
  • 3 ENGL 201 Composition II
  • 3 MATH Gen Ed - Mathematics
  • 3 SPCM Speech 101, 215, or 222
  • 6 Gen Ed - Social Science
  • 6 Gen Ed - Arts & Humanities
  • 6-8 Gen Ed - Natural Science & Lab
A minor is required with this major plus electives to total 120 hours, of which 36 hours must be 300-400 level courses.