Printmaking B.F.A

Printmaking

Degrees

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Available at:
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Foundation studies: 35 hours

  • DRAW 100 Drawing I: Form and Space
  • DRAW 101 Drawing II: Composition and Media
  • DRAW 200 Life Drawing I
  • DSGN 100 Design I: Elements and Organization
  • DSGN 101 Color: Theory and Application
  • DSGN 102 Design II: 3-D Form in Space
  • — Directed elective*

General education: 65 hours

  • ARTH 100 Survey of Western Art I
  • ARTH 110 Survey of Western Art II
  • ARTH 207 20th-century Art
  • CMPA 100 Survey of Computer Art Applications†
  • CMPA 110 Advanced Survey of Computer Art Applications†
  • COMM 105 Speaking of Ideas
  • ENGL 123 Composition
  • — ARLH or ARTH elective
  • — ARLH or ARTH elective
  • — ENGL elective
  • — ENGL elective
  • — General education elective‡
  • — Mathematics/natural sciences elective‡
  • — Social/behavioral sciences elective‡

Major curriculum: 65 hours

  • PRMK 202 Introduction to Etching
  • PRMK 203 Introduction to Lithography
  • PRMK 205 Monotype/Mixed Processes
  • PRMK 238 Survey of Printmaking
  • PRMK 301 Intermediate Etching §
  • PRMK 306 Intermediate Lithography §
  • PRMK 308 Introduction to Letterpress and the Book Arts
  • PRMK 311 Serigraphy I
  • PRMK 401 Photographic and Digital Applications for Printmaking
  • PRMK 404 Advanced Processes in Printmaking I
  • PRMK 408 Advanced Processes in Printmaking II
  • SFIN 413 Professional Practices in Fine Arts
  • — PRMK elective, or CLC 580
  • — PRMK elective

Additional electives: 15 hours

  • — Free elective
  • — Free elective
  • — Studio elective

Total course of study: 180 hours

* Choose one of the following: CERA 125 Introduction to Ceramics, PHOT 113 Photographic Foundations I, PNTG 101 Painting Basics for the Non-major or SCPT 110 Beginning Sculptural Practices I.
† Choose one of these two courses.
‡ Consult the general education and mathematics competency requirements.
§ Choose one of these two courses.
Consult your faculty adviser in selecting elective courses.
Course numbers and titles are subject to change.

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