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2022-23 Catalog 
  
2022-23 Catalog

Art Foundation, A.A.


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The Visual Art Foundation Program introduces concepts of creativity using design, drawing, painting and ceramic manipulating techniques to explore the visual basics of the design elements: line, shape, space, texture, value, color and mass. This course work is a stepping stone that ensures a student will be provided the fundamental building blocks of art endeavors, enabling them to pursue a four year degree, and beyond, in the arts. Students successfully completing the Art Foundation courses with their portfolios, often receive scholarships to pursue their area of choice, while gaining entry nationwide into a four year program at a third year level. These same students have gone on as teachers, professors, interior designers, architects, graphic designers, animators, jewelers, ceramic artists, painters and sculptors, photographers. Graduates have also included arts administrators, art historians and art therapists. The fundamentals of the Visual Art Foundation provide a key to success in the arts.

Degree Requirements


Freshman Year - Fall Semester


Subtotal: 16


Freshman Year - Fall Semester Notes:

  • In addition to ENGL 1010 , students may be required to also take ENGL 1011  (2 credits) due to placement, adding 2 additional credits to their graduation total.
  • Please see Interstate Passport  for courses within all areas represented; Quantitative Literacy et al.

Freshman Year - Spring Semester


Subtotal: 15


Freshman Year - Spring Semester Notes:

  • The General Elective course can be fulfilled by any 3 credit course that was not used to satisfy General Education (Interstate Passport ) or program specific requirements.

Sophomore Year - Fall Semester


Subtotal: 15


Sophomore Year - Fall Semester Notes:

Sophomore Year - Spring Semester


Subtotal: 14


Sophomore Year - Spring Semester Notes: 

  • See all applicable Art Electives under Sophomore Year - Fall Semester Notes.

Total Credit Hours: 60


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