Suggested courses and information provided on curriculum pages is not to be used in place of academic advisement from the student's assigned advisor. Students should always visit with an advisor before enrollment to ensure selected options contribute to the overall course of study, academic schedule, and student success.
Associate in Arts Degree
|Core Emphasis (Options: Choose 3 courses)|
|Course ID||Course Name||Credit Hours||Course ID||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|AR1703||Survey of Art History I||3||AR1323||Art Appreciation||3|
|AR1713||Survey of Art History II||3||AR1403||Two-Dimensional Design||3|
|AR1453||Drawing I||3||AR1413||Three-Dimensional Design||3|
|AR1463||Drawing II||3||AR1253||Glass Blowing I||3|
|AR1303||Ceramics I||3||AR1263||Glass Blowing II||3|
|Degree Planning Guide - Some courses are only available one time per year|
|Semester Plan - Studio Arts Emphasis|
|First Semester (14 credit hours)||Credit Hours||Second Semester (17 credit hours)||Credit Hours|
|AR1703 Survey of Art History I||3||EG1103 English Composition I||3|
|SP1203 Public Speaking||3||BH1403 Principles of Sociology||3|
|AR1453 Drawing I||3||Principles of Biology with Lab||5|
|AR1403 Two-Dimensional Design I||3||BH1303 General Psychology||3|
|BH1001 First Year Seminar||1||AR1323 Art Appreciation||3|
|PE1431 Concepts of Health & Wellness||1|
|Third Semester (15 credit hours)||Fourth Semester (17 credit hours)|
|EG1113 English Composition II||3||EG1303 Introduction to Literature||3|
|MA1173 College Algebra||3||GE1103 World Regional Geography||3|
|AR1713 Survey of Art History II||3||SS1403 American National Government||3|
|AR1463 Drawing II||3||Physical Science with Lab||5|
|AR1413 Three-Dimensional Design||3||AR1303/AR1313 Ceramics I/II||3|
For All Electives students should strongly consider taking courses that transfer and matching requirements to transfer destination and major.
#Studio and performance courses are excluded as a Humanities elective.
The course sequence listed is a recommendation to ensure prerequisites and requirements are met. The student needs to ensure that other institutional requirements such as 15 hours per semester for scholarships are also met. Although 60 hours is the minimum needed for the degree, students may end up with more than 60 hours to meet all requirements.