In addition to fulfilling general degree requirements, undergraduate students majoring in interdisciplinary visual arts must complete the following requirements (82 credits):

Note: All students are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 to remain in good academic standing.All required studio arts classes must be completed with a grade of C or higher in order to advance within the degree. Any required studio arts grade of C- or below must be repeated.

Foundation Courses: 16-17 credits

  • VIS 1050/ComX: 2 credits or
  • VIS 2150/Key Class: 1 credit
  • VIS 1060/Foundation Drawing: 3 credits
  • VIS 1070/Extended Media: 3 credits
  • VIS 1080/Visual Language: 3 credits
  • VIS 1260/3-D Processes: 3 credits
  • VIS 1330/Lens and Time: 3 credits

Art History Courses: 12 credits

  • ARH 1020/History of Art Survey II: 3 credits
  • ARH 1021/History of Art Survey II Discussion: 1 credit
  • ARH —/One course in the history of art before 1800 (lower-level)
  • ARH —/Art history elective (modern/contemporary)

Studio Art Courses: 30 credits

Students must find a faculty sponsor in each of the two areas (primary and secondary).

Primary area:
Studio art courses (lower level): 6 credits
Studio art courses (upper level): 12 credits

Secondary area:
Studio art courses (lower level): 6 credits
Studio art courses (upper level): 6 credits

Visual Arts Studio Electives: 12-13 credits

Synthesis Courses: 11 credits

Senior seminar or other synthesis course: 3 credits
VIS 4990/Senior Project I: 4 credits
VIS 4991/Senior Project II: 4 credits

Students are also expected to abide by the policies and procedures laid out in the A+D Student Handbook.

Effective Fall 2019:

VIS 1050 is now a 2-credit course.