ART AND DESIGN

Phone: 262-472-1324 E-Mail: art@uww.edu

Faculty: Professors Denis Dale, Teresa Faris, Michael Flanagan (Gallery Director), Chris Henige, Daniel Kim, Dan McGuire, Renee Melton, Robert Mertens, Susan Messer(Department Chair), Charles Olson, Gregory Porcaro, Gautam Wadhwa, Jennifer Wehmeier, Max White, Deborah Wilk, Xiaohong Zhang.

Housed in one of the best facilities in the state, the Department of Art and Design offers a wide range of courses in four primary areas: Fine Arts, Graphic Design/Media Arts and Game Development, Art Education and Art History.

Emphasis is placed on developing student's individual skills and interests under the guidance of dedicated artist-teachers of regional, national and international reputation.

Careers in art are as diverse as the programs offered: in Graphic Design as illustrators, designers, and art directors working in both digital and tactile environments, in Multimedia Design related fields, in teaching art and art history at various levels, in museum and gallery work, and in studio production fine arts areas of drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, metals and jewelry, and photography.

ART DEPARTMENT STIPULATIONS

General Stipulations

  1. Art majors must meet all College of Arts and Communication requirements for graduation.
  2. a. Art majors are advised to meet the General Education elective requirements by selecting a course in an area other than art. ARTSTDIO 121, 180, 222 and ARTHIST 111 cannot be used for any major program in Art. (See General Studies)

  3. Art majors are responsible for consulting current advising sheets available in the Department Office and on the Department web site for explanations and updates in Department and College regulations.
  4. Students are limited to (3) Studio classes per term unless prior approval is given by the student's adviser, the department chair, and all faculty teaching those courses
  5. Students may be required to purchase supplies for art works they create and retain in studio art courses.
  6. Art education programs lead to licensure for teaching grades K-12. For Bachelor of Science in Education program, see requirements for admission to the College of Education and Professional Studies. All Art students seeking licensure are advised to consult the Supervisor of Directed Teaching immediately for guidance in planning their program

MAJORS/EMPHASES

Note: Some required courses are taught on an alternating schedule. Majors should see the department chair for projected course offerings.

ART HISTORY EMPHASIS (BA)

MAJOR - 37 UNITS

  1. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, ARTHIST 203
  2. SELECT 27 UNITS FROM UPPER-LEVEL ARTHIST COURSES: ARTHIST 311, ARTHIST 312, ARTHIST 313, ARTHIST 314, ARTHIST 315, ARTHIST 316, ARTHIST 317, ARTHIST 318, ARTHIST 319, ARTHIST 320, ARTHIST 420, ARTHIST 491, ARTHIST 494, ARTHIST 496, ARTHIST 498

2.5 GPA UPPER-LEVEL COURSE REQUIREMENT

STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 2.5 G.P.A.

IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

MAJOR - UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 16 UNITS

SELECT 16 FOREIGN LANGUAGE UNITS (AT LEAST 12 UNITS MUST BE FROM ONE LANGUAGE)

UNITS OUTSIDE THE FIRST MAJOR - 70 UNITS

SELECT A MINIMUM 70 UNITS FROM OUTSIDE THE 1ST MAJOR (ART HISTORY)

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

Foundations Review Stipulations

  1. All students seeking a studio or graphic design art major(BA, BSE, BFA) must participate in the Foundations Portfolio Review subject to the following guidelines:

    a. The Foundations Portfolio Review may include any or all of the following: a portfolio examination, an aptitude test, a written examination.

    b. The Foundations Portfolio Review for BA, BSE, and BFA fine art studio-emphais degree-seeking students will occur the semester following their completion of the studio-based core foundations courses: 2-D Design (ARTSTDIO 102), 3-D Design (ARTSTDIO 103), and Drawing I (ARTSTDIO 201).

    c. Students seeking the BA or BFA degree with an emphasis in Graphic Design will be directed to utilize ARTSTDIO 287 (Computer Graphics for the Artist) in liew of 3-D Design (ARTSTDIO 103) as a component in their Foundations Portfolio Review portfolio submissions.

    d. The Foundations Portfolio Review must be passed before students will be admitted to 300-level or above studio art courses.

    e. Students maintaining a 3.3 GPA in the core foundations courses will be waived from the Foundations Portfolio Review.

    f. Students wishing to continue in the program as a major, but who have not met the 3.3 GPA in the core foundations courses, must apply for and pass the Foundations Portfolio Review portfolio examination.

    g. The Foundations Portfolio Review may be taken only once. Students may not repeat the Foundations Portfolio Review.

BA and BSE Degree Studio Art Stipulations

  1. All BA and BSE studio art majors must participate in the Faculty Adjudication outcome-based capstone assessment process during the semester of anticipated graduation.
    1. Students must present a Senior Portfolio of ten (10) works from at least two areas at the Faculty Adjudication. BA-Graphic Design majors must present Graphic Design work as one of the two areas.
    2. During the Faculty Adjudication event, all Department of Art and Design instructional faculty and staff members will have the opportunity to review each student's ten (10) works. Attention will be paid to the assessment of the student's general understanding and application of concepts, tools and techniques across the programs in the Department.
    3. Each student will be required to display the faculty-endorsed, select work(s) from their Senior Portfolio as a final component of the Faculty Adjudication process.

ART (BA)

MAJOR - 42 UNITS

  1. 1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103, AND ARTSTDIO 201
  2. 2. ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 230, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341
  3. 3. ARTSTDIO 251 OR ARTSTDIO 271
  4. 4. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, AND ARTHIST 203
  5. 5. SELECT 9 UNITS OF ART ELECTIVES FROM THE FOLLOWING AREAS: DRAWING, PAINTING, PRINTMAKING, GRAPHIC DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY, CERAMICS, SCULPTURE, METALS OR ART HISTORY.

DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 2.5 G.P.A. IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

UNITS OUTSIDE THE FIRST MAJOR - 70 UNITS

SELECT A MINIMUM OF 70 UNITS FROM OUTSIDE THE 1ST MAJOR (ART BA)

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

ART GRAPHIC DESIGN EMPHASIS (BA)

MAJOR - 42 UNITS

1. ARTSTDIO 102 AND ARTSTDIO 201 AND ARTSTDIO 287

2. ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341

3. ARTSTDIO 251 OR ARTSTDIO 271

4. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, AND ARTHIST 203

5. ARTSTDIO 381, ARTSTDIO 382 AND ARTSTDIO 383

6. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES

ARTSTDIO 311, ARTSTDIO 313, ARTSTDIO 384, ARTSTDIO 385, ARTSTDIO 388, ARTSTDIO 389, ARTSTDIO 482, ARTSTDIO 484, ARTSTDIO 485, ARTSTDIO 492, ARTSTDIO 496, OR ARTSTDIO 498

DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 2.5 G.P.A. IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

.

UNITS OUTSIDE THE FIRST MAJOR - 70 UNITS

SELECT A MINIMUM OF 70 UNITS FROM OUTSIDE THE 1ST MAJOR (ART BA)

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

ART LICENSURE EMPHASIS (BA)

LICENSURE - 39 UNITS

1. EDFOUND 212 OR EDFOUND 222

2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

3. EDFOUND 425

4. EDFNDPRC 210

5. SECNDED 466

6. CIFLD 492 AND ELEMMID 424 - BOTH TO BE TAKEN

SPRING TERM BEFORE PROFESSIONAL TERM

7. SECNDED 423 - FALL TERM ONLY

8. STUDENT TEACHING

a. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 411

b. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414

9. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 54 UNITS

1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 201, ARTSTDIO 202, ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202 AND ARTHIST 203

2. ARTSTDIO 251, ARTSTDIO 271, ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 311, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341 AND ARTSTDIO 381

3. ARTHIST 420 (SPRING ONLY)

4. SELECT 1 COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING:

ARTSTDIO 331 OR ARTSTDIO 332 OR ARTSTDIO 333 OR ARTSTDIO 434/634

5. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ART HISTORY

(EXCEPT ARTHIST 111)

6. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ART STUDIO

DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

1. STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 2.5 G.P.A.

IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

UNITS OUTSIDE THE 1ST MAJOR - 70 UNITS

1. SELECT A MINIMUM OF 70 UNITS FROM OUTSIDE

THE 1ST MAJOR (ART BA)

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

ART EDUCATION (BSE)

LICENSURE - 39 UNITS

1. EDFOUND 212 OR EDFOUND 222

2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

3. EDFOUND 425

4. EDFNDPRC 210

4. SECNDED 466

5. CIFLD 492 AND ELEMMID 424 - BOTH TO BE TAKEN

SPRING TERM BEFORE PROFESSIONAL TERM

6. SECNDED 423 - FALL TERM ONLY

7. STUDENT TEACHING

a. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 411

b. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414

8. SPECED 205

MAJOR - 54 UNITS

1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 201

2. ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 230, ARTSTDIO 287, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341

3. ARTSTDIO 251, ARTSTDIO 271, AND ARTSTDIO 303

4. ARTSTDIO 213 OR ARTSTDIO 311

5. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, AND ARTHIST 203

6. ARTHIST 420 (SPRING ONLY)

7. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ART HISTORY (EXCEPT ARTHIST 111)

8. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM ART STUDIO

WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

1. ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

ADAPTIVE ART EDUCATION LICENSE

Note: This is an optional program leading to special state licensure to teach art to students with disabilities. It requires 15 units in addition to all the requirements of the B.S.E. degree in art education or the requirements for the B.A. or B.F.A. degree with K-12 licensure.

Units

SPECED 205 Psychology of the Exceptional Child 3

CIGENRL 759 Art for the Exceptional Child and 3

Adolescent

or

SPECED 759 (Or any other art education course/workshop

applicable to teaching students with disabilities)

SPECFLD 492/725 Field Study—Special Education 2-3

(Art Emphasis)

Plus 6 units from the following:

SPECED 356/556 Introduction to Mental Retardation 3

SPECED 320/520 Introduction to the Education of 3

Young Handicapped

SPECED 455/655 Introduction to the Emotionally 3

Handicapped

SPECED 464/664 Learning and Language Disorders 3

SPECED 466/666 Guidance of the Handicapped 3

Total: 15 units

B.F.A. Studio Art Degree Stipulations

  1. Students seeking a BFA art major must participate in the BFA Entry Review. To participate a student must:
  2. a. Complete 12-15 units in studio courses, at least 6 units in 2-dimensional courses and 6 units in 3-dimensional courses.

    b. Have a minimum 2.75 GPA in Art..

    c. Application mus be made 2 weeks in advance of the review. Reviews are scheduled once each term

    d. Student may repeat the review in a subsequent term.

  3. After passing the BFA Entry Review, students seeking a BFA art major must participate in the BFA Junior Review. To participate:
  4. a. Two terms must elapse after passing the first review.

    b. To assure adequate development, the student must be completing a minimum of five additional studio courses (15 credits) since passing the BFA Entry Review.

    c. A 3.00 minimum GPA in upper level Art courses is required.

    d. Student must present a written statement to be posted with their works indicating the focus of interests/directions/intentions/etc. evident in the evolving work.

  5. A BFA Exhibition is required for graduation. The exhibition may be scheduled one term after successfully completing the BFA Junior Review.
  6. FINE ARTS EMPHASIS (BFA)

    MAJOR - 78 UNITS

    1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103,  AND ARTSTDIO 201

    2. ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 230, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341

    3. ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 311

    4. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, AND ARTHIST 203

    5. ARTHIST 420 (SPRING ONLY)

    6. SELECT 15 UNITS IN AREA OF ART SPECIALIZATION IN CONSULTATION WITH ADVISOR

    7. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM ART HISTORY COURSES (EXCEPT ARTHIST 111)

    8. SELECT 9 UNITS FROM 2D ART STUDIO COURSES (NOT FROM AREA OF ART SPECIALIZATION): ARTSTDIO 213, ARTSTDIO 287, ARTSTDIO 313, ARTSTDIO 324, ARTSTDIO 331, ARTSTDIO 332, ARTSTDIO 333, ARTSTDIO 381, ARTSTDIO 382, ARTSTDIO 383, ARTSTDIO 384, ARTSTDIO 385, ARTSTDIO 388, ARTSTDIO 389, ARTSTDIO 408, ARTSTDIO 411, ARTSTDIO 413, ARTSTDIO 434, ARTSTDIO 482, ARTSTDIO 484, ARTSTDIO 485, ARTSTDIO 488

    9. SELECT 9 UNITS FROM 3D ART STUDIO COURSES (NOT FROM AREA OF ART SPECIALIZATION): ARTSTDIO 251, ARTSTDIO 271, ARTSTDIO 272, ARTSTDIO 342, ARTSTDIO 343, ARTSTDIO 352, ARTSTDIO 353, ARTSTDIO 373, ARTSTDIO 444, ARTSTDIO 445, ARTSTDIO 454, ARTSTDIO 455, ARTSTDIO 456, ARTSTDIO 474, ARTSTDIO 475

    DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

    STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 3.00 G.P.A.

    IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

    WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

    ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

    FINE ARTS GRAPHIC DESIGN EMPHASIS (BFA)

    MAJOR - 78 UNITS

    1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 201, ARTSTDIO 287

    2. ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 230, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341

    3. ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 311

    4. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, AND ARTHIST 203

    5. ARTHIST 420 (SPRING ONLY)

    6. SELECT 6 UNITS ELECTIVES FROM ART HISTORY

    EXCEPT FOR COURSE ARTHIST 111

    7. SELECT 9 UNITS FROM COURSES IN 3-D AREAS

    OF CERAMICS, SCULPTURE, METALS AND JEWELRY

    ARTSTDIO 251, ARTSTDIO 352, ARTSTDIO 353, ARTSTDIO 454, ARTSTDIO 342, ARTSTDIO 343, ARTSTDIO 344, ARTSTDIO 271, ARTSTDIO 272 OR ARTSTDIO 373

    8. ARTSTDIO 287, ARTSTDIO 381, ARTSTDIO 382 AND ARTSTDIO 383

    9. SELECT 12 UNITS FROM ADVANCED COURSES

    ARTSTDIO 313, ARTSTDIO 376, ARTSTDIO 377, ARTSTDIO 379, ARTSTDIO 380, ARTSTDIO 384, ARTSTDIO 385, ARTSTDIO 388, ARTSTDIO 389, ARTSTDIO 413, ARTSTDIO 476, ARTSTDIO 477, ARTSTDIO 482, ARTSTDIO 484, ARTSTDIO 485, ARTSTDIO 488, ARTSTDIO 492, ARTSTDIO 496, ARTSTDIO 498

    DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

    STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 3.00 G.P.A. IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

    WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

    ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

    FINE ARTS LICENSURE EMPHASIS (BFA)

    LICENSURE - 32 UNITS

    1. EDFOUND 212 OR EDFOUND 222

    2. EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445

    3. EDFOUND 425, SECNDED 466 AND SECNDED 423

    (SECNDED 423 IS OFFERED FALL TERM ONLY)

    4. CIFLD 210 AND ELEMMID 424 - BOTH TO BE TAKEN

    SPRING TERM BEFORE PROFESSIONAL TERM

    5. STUDENT TEACHING

    a. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 411

    b. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM CIFLD 414

    MAJOR - 78 UNITS

    1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 201, ARTSTDIO 202, ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202 AND ARTHIST 203

    2. ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 311, ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 341, AND ARTHIST 420 (SPRING ONLY)

    3. ARTSTDIO 251 AND ARTSTDIO 381 OR ARTSTDIO 287

    4. ARTSTDIO 271

    5. SELECT 1 COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING:

    ARTSTDIO 331, ARTSTDIO 332 OR ARTSTDIO 333, ARTSTDIO 434

    6. SELECT 15 UNITS IN AREA OF ART SPECIALIZATION

    IN CONSULTATION WITH ADVISOR

    7. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM ART HISTORY COURSES

    (EXCEPT ARTHIST 111)

    8. SELECT A MINIMUM OF 9 UNITS FROM ART

    STUDIO COURSES. SEE ADVISOR FOR

    DEPARTMENT STIPULATIONS.

    DEPARTMENT G.P.A. REQUIREMENT

    STUDENTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 3.00 G.P.A.

    IN UPPER LEVEL MAJOR COURSES.

    WRITING PROFICIENCY - 3 UNITS

    ENGLISH 370 OR ENGLISH 274 OR ENGLISH 372 (OR APPROVED SUBSTITUTE INCLUDING PHILSPHY 271)

    MINOR/EMPHASES

    Note: Some required courses are taught on an alternating schedule. Minors should see the Department Chair for projected course offerings.

    ART STUDIO EMPHASIS

    MINOR - 24 UNITS

    1. ARTSTDIO 102 OR ARTSTDIO 103 (SEE ADVISOR FOR STIPULATIONS)

    2. ARTSTDIO 201

    3. ARTHIST 201 OR ARTHIST 202 OR ARTHIST 203

    4. SELECT 9 UNITS IN ONE AREA OF SPECIALIZATION (ARTSTDIO 251, ARTSTDIO 352, ARTSTDIO 353) OR (ARTSTDIO 381, ARTSTDIO 382, ARTSTDIO 383) OR (ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 408) OR (ARTSTDIO 271, ARTSTDIO 272, ARTSTDIO 373) OR (ARTSTDIO 321, ARTSTDIO 324, ARTSTDIO 426) OR (ARTSTDIO 311) OR (ARTSTDIO 331, ARTSTDIO 332, ARTSTDIO 335, ARTSTDIO 434) OR (ARTSTDIO 341, ARTSTDIO 342, ARTSTDIO 343)

    5. SELECT 6 UNITS OF ART STUDIO ELECTIVES.

    SEE ADVISOR FOR STIPULATIONS

    Note: MUST SELECT 3 UNITS FROM 2-D AREA AND 3 UNITS FROM 3-D AREA

    ART (General)

    MINOR - 24 UNITS

    1. ARTSTDIO 102, ARTSTDIO 103, ARTSTDIO 201, ARTSTDIO 251 AND ARTSTDIO 321

    2. ARTHIST 201 OR ARTHIST 202 OR ARTHIST 203

    3. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES

    ARTSTDIO 341 OR ARTSTDIO 271

    4. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE

    ARTSTDIO 202, ARTSTDIO 303, ARTSTDIO 311, ARTSTDIO 331, ARTSTDIO 332 , ARTSTDIO 333, ARTSTDIO 381 OR ARTSTDIO 434

    ART HISTORY

    MINOR - 21 UNITS

    1. ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202 AND ARTHIST 203

    2. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES DESIGNATED ANCIENT OR MEDIEVAL ARTHIST 311 OR ARTHIST 312

    3. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES DESIGNATED EARLY MODERN ARTHIST 313, ARTHIST 314 OR ARTHIST 315

    4. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM COURSES DESIGNATED MODERN ARTHIST 305, ARTHIST 316 , ARTHIST 317 ARTHIST 318, ARTHIST 319, ARTHIST 320

    5. ARTHIST 496 MAY BE USED ABOVE WITHIN THE DESIGNATED CATEGORY FOR THE COURSE



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