B.A. with Major in Visual Arts
The B.A. in Visual Arts offers a flexible approach to the art major. With fewer studio requirements, the B.A. includes additional study in the liberal arts and can be customized to fit a student’s particular interests.
B.A. in Visual Arts majors pursue one of the following tracks of study:
- Graphic Design
- Studio Art
Required 120 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above, and 30 of which must be from UND) including:
I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).
II. The Following Curriculum of 42 major credits:
All BA degree majors in Art have a minimum requirement of 42 credits in Art, Art History or Graphic Design courses. Distribution of those credits is as follows:
|Core Requirements (15 credits)|
|ART 112||Two Three Dimensional Design||3|
|ART 115||First Year Seminar||3|
|ART 210||History of Art - Ancient to Medieval||3|
|ART 211||History of Art - Renaissance to Present||3|
|ART 272||Digital Foundations||3|
|Additional Supportive Courses (6 credits)||6|
|200-level two-dimensional studio art course (3 credits)|
|200-level three-dimensional studio art course (3 credits)|
|Track of Study (18 credits)||18|
|200-level courses within track of study (0-6 credits)|
|300/400-level courses within track of study (12-18 credits)|
|Art & Design Electives (3 credits)||3|
|300/400-level art history, graphic design or studio art course outside track of study|
Through a partnership with the College of Education and Human Development and the Department of Teaching, Leadership & Professional Practice students may seek a K-12 licensure in Art. The following program of study must be completed:
I. Requirements for the B.A. with major in Visual Arts.
Art majors seeking a K-12 licensure must have an adviser in both the Art & Design Department and the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Professional Practice.