The sculpture certificate provides students with necessary skills to begin or advance a career in sculpture. Students will learn to operate the appropriate tools and machinery to realize their design ideas. Students will also learn the concepts necessary to prepare them for designing and building their own sculpture. Students will explore conceptual issues related to self-expression as part of the art making process.
CORE REQUIREMENTS: (23 HRS.)
ARTS 116L Three-Dimensional Design (3)
ARTS 294L Arts and Design Advanced Projects (3)
DRPT 118L Drawing I (3)
SCUL 115L Basic Fabrication and Safety (2)
SCUL 213L Sculpture I (3)
SCUL 262 Metal Sculpture I (3)
SCUL 263L Sculpture II (3)
SCUL 264L Mixed Media Sculpture Assemblage (3)
APPROVED ELECTIVES: (6 hrs.)
AHST 202 Art History II (3)
AHST 207 Contemporary Art (3)
ARTS 280 Business Practices for Designers (3)
ARTS 298 Internship (1-3)
PHOT 195 Photographing Artwork (3)
SCUL 134 Forging for the Sculpture (3)
SCUL 260 Contemporary Bronze Sculpture (3)
SCUL 261L Stone Sculpture (3)
SCUL 265L Glass Sculpture (3)
SCUL 267L Metal Sculpture II (3)
SCUL 270L Wood Sculpture (3)
NOTE: See First-Year Student Success Course Requirement on Page 8.
TOTAL 29 CREDITS MIN.