The program focuses on the development of tactile skills including drawing, painting, printmaking, metallurgy, and sculpture. The goal of the this track is to graduate properly trained, competent artists educated in traditional and contemporary media, grounded by historical and cultural knowledge, and instilled with a desire to explore the spiritual nature of art as an expression of faith.
Courses and requirements
For an Art major with an emphasis in Studio Arts, you will be required to take at least 92 credits, including at least 37 upper-division credits. Review all of the courses and requirements. With this emphasis, as a condition of graduation, you are required to participate in a Senior Exhibition during Spring Quarter of your senior year.