Advising Course Plan - Art Major - Studio Art Concentration - Plan for Transfer Students

For a transfer student to successfully complete the Studio Art Concentration of the Art major in only two years, the student must enter with sufficient general education requirements met (not including the Junior Seminar) that the remaining requirements can be met with only three remaining classes, and having transferred in three studio art classes ARTS 101A and ARTS 102AARTS 103A, or ARTS 201A​ 

Third Year
FallUnits
ARTS 102A
or 103A
Sculpture I
Painting I
1
ARTH 314A3The Art and Theory of Modernism (or ARTS Elective)1
Junior Seminar in ARTH, CREA, DIGA, ENCW, MUSC, or THEA -or- General Education Requirement11
ARTS Studio course 200-level or above41
 Term Units4
Spring
ARTS 201A2Drawing II1
ARTH 3163Issues in Contemporary Art (or ARTS Elective)1
ARTS Studio course 200-level or above41
Junior Seminar in ARTH, CREA, DIGA, ENCW, MUSC, or THEA -or- General Education Requirement11
NOTE: Junior Portfolio Review must be successfully completed before enrolling in ARTS 499. This event is typically scheduled the last Friday before spring semseter final exams. 
 Term Units4
Fourth Year
Fall
ARTS 4982Senior Project I1
ARTH 314A3The Art and Theory of Modernism (or ARTS Elective)1
General Education Requirement or Elective11
General Education Requirement or Elective11
 Term Units4
Spring
ARTS 4992Senior Project II (ARTS Elective)1
ARTH 3163Issues in Contemporary Art (or ARTS Elective)1
General Education Requirement or Elective11
General Education Requirement or Elective11
 Term Units4
Total Unit: 16
1

General Education recommendation: Writing Enhanced (WE) course or B, P, Q, S, V, or L course.

2

Course typically offered once a year.

3

Course typically offered once every other year.

4

A total of 3 ARTS units at the 200-level or higher are required. Studio-based CREA 200+ courses can also meet elective requirement. A sequence of 2 courses in an area of specialization is required.

  • Sculpture Specialization: ARTS 101A, ARTS 202 (Sculpture II)
  • Painting Specialization: ARTS 103A, ARTS 203 (Painting II)
  • Ceramics Specialization: ARTS 212A (Ceramics: Hand-building) -or- ARTS 222A (Ceramics: Wheel-throwing) and ARTS 232 (Ceramics II)