University Catalogue

Curriculum in Art
Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Art

(see footnotes at the bottom)


FIRST YEAR

First Semester

††ART 111 Basic Drawing 3 hours
††ART 151 Basic 2/D Design 3 hours
††ART 105 Survey of World Art History I 3 hours
ENGL 101 or
ENGL 101HG
Freshman Composition
Freshman Composition Honors
3 hours
LS 102 Introduction to Information Research 1 hour
SE 101 Freshman Academic Success
at Southeastern
2 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

††ART 112 Intermediate Drawing 3 hours
††ART 152 Intermediate 2/D Design 3 hours
††ART 106 Survey of World Art History II 3 hours
ENGL 102 or
ENGL 102HG
Critical Reading and Writing
Critical Reading and Writing Honors
3 hours
MathematicsG   3 hours
  Total: 15 hours


 

SECOND  YEAR

First Semester

ART 115 or
ART 117 or
ART 122 or
ART 161 or
ART 1902
Basic Ceramics
Printmaking I
Photography I/Photojournalism
Print Design I
New Media and Animation I
3 hours
††ART 153 Basic 3/D Design 3 hours
COMM 211G Introduction to Public Speaking                         3 hours
ENGL 230 or
ENGL 231 or
ENGL 232G
World Literature
English Literature
American Literature
3 hours

Mathematics or
Analytical
ReasoningG

  3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

ART 215 or
ART 217 or
ART 221 or
ART 261 or
ART 290
Intermediate Ceramics
Printmaking II
Photography III
Print Design II
New Media and Animation II                             
3 hours
††ART 231 Sculpture I 3 hours
††ART 117 
or ART 281
Printmaking I
Basic Painting
3 hours
ENGL 230 or
ENGL 231 or
ENGL 232
World Literature
English Literature
American Literature
3 hours
HIST 101 or 
HIST 2011,G
Western Civilization to 1500
American History to 1877
3 hours
ART 299 Sophomore Review 0 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

 

THIRD YEAR

First Semester

††Art Studio   3 hours
††Art History
(300-400 level)
  3 hours
Art Studio   3 hours
Foreign Language 101  SPAN 101, FREN 101, ITAL 101, LAT 101, or GERM 101 3 hours
Natural Science3,G   3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

††Art Studio   3 hours
††ART 443 Contemporary Art, Theory, and Criticism 3 hours
HIST 102 or
HIST 2021 
Western Civilization since 1500
American History since 1877
3 hours
Foreign Language 102  SPAN 102, FREN 102, ITAL 102, LAT 102, or GERM 102 3 hours
Natural Science3,G   3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

 

FOURTH YEAR

First Semester

††Art Studio                                                            3 hours
††Art Studio or Art
History (300-400 level)
  3 hours
Elective (200+ level)   3 hours
Social Science
Elective4,G
  3 hours
Natural Science3,G   3 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Second Semester

††Senior Project Art6   3 hours
Humanities Elective
(200+ level)5
  3 hours
Social Science
Elective
(200+ level)4,G
  3 hours
MUS 151, or
THEA 131G
Introduction to Music
Introduction to the Theatre
3 hours
††ART 492 Senior Seminar in the Visual Arts 2 hours
††ART 4997 Thesis Exhibition 1 hours
  Total: 15 hours

 

Total semester hours required 120

Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of free electives.

GGeneral Education Courses

††Major course. Requires a grade of "C" or better in all courses in the major.
1Must be in a two-semester sequence (i.e. 101-102 or 201-202).
2A two-semester sequence (beyond the core courses) is required in a studio area other than that of the concentration.
3Natural Sciences to include both Physical and Biological Sciences, at least 6 hours of which must be in a two-semester sequence.
4Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.
5To be selected from Foreign Languages (including Mythology), Philosophy, History, Speech Communication, or Literature (either in the English Department or Languages and Communication Department).
6Must have nine hours in a single artistic area before attempting Senior Project.
7All degree candidates must present an ambitious body of art work, approved by the Visual Art + Design Faculty for exhibition in the Graduating Seniors' Exhibition. Students must submit slides or CD of these works, which will be retained by the department.