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  Sep 25, 2017
 
Academic Catalog 2017-2018

B.F.A. Three-Dimensional Studio Art degree plan

Art Three-Dimensional Studio, B.F.A.



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The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Three-Dimensional Studio Art offers undergraduate level professional education in Ceramics, Sculpture, Metal and Jewelry Design with an emphasis on contemporary technical and aesthetic studies, preparing students for careers in production studios, independent teaching studios, foundries, jewelry design studios, and art gallery and museum education.

University General Education Core Curriculum - 43 hrs


The University General Education Core Curriculum is applied to all degrees at Wayland Baptist University with the exception of the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) and the Bachelor of Christian Ministry (B.C.M.) degrees. The full general education core curriculum for these degrees can be found in the degree specific general education core curriculum section.

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Specific General Education Core Course Requirements - 15-16 hrs


The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (B.F.A.) is a minimum 124-semester hour degree. A minimum of 42 semester hours must be upper-level credit (courses numbered 3000 and above). Because of the nature of the degree, it includes additional study in the fine arts and in foreign language. These additional requirements are included in the degree specific general education core. In addition to the University Core Curriculum, students must complete the following degree specific general education core requirements for the B.F.A. degree:

Academic Major and Minor


The B.F.A. degree is designed primarily for students desiring to study in the area of art. Students may choose from two-dimensional, three-dimensional studio art emphasis, or Musical Theatre. Due to the composite nature of the degree, a minor is not required.

Electives


Electives will be needed to meet the upper-division graduation requirement.

Bachelor of Fine Arts Course Requirements


The B.F.A. degree is for students seeking a more pre-professional approach to their academic career. This degree offers either a two-dimensional or three-dimensional emphasis. There will be no need for a minor to graduate with this degree, but electives will be needed to meet the upper-division graduation requirement.

Three-Dimensional Emphasis


Bachelor of Fine Arts Recommended Sequence of Courses


Listed is the recommended rotation based on a B.F.A. degree program.  For complete information on the general education and graduation requirements for the B.F.A. degree program, please refer to the undergraduate programs section of the catalog. 

Sophomore Year Fall Semester - 16 hrs:


Sophomore Year Spring Semester - 16 hrs:


Junior Year Fall Semester - 16 hrs:


Senior Year Spring Semester - 15 hrs:


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