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Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis

Lower Division Curriculum for the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts, Art Education emphasis

The College of Communication and Fine Arts of curricula leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts, emphasis in Art Education.  Students may also earn the major in Art Education with a State of California Secondary Teaching Credential by completing a minor in Secondary Education (SEED). 

Lower Division Major Requirements
Students are required to take 8 courses in Art and Art History as well as 1 foundation course in a specific studio arts focus area.

Art and Art History requirement
ARHS 200: Art of the Western World I ARTH 25: Survey of Art History: Ancient Worlds to Gothic
ARHS 201: Art of the Western World II ARTH 26: Survey of Art History: Renaissance to Modern
ART 153: Drawing I No course equivalency
ART 160: Two-Dimensional Design ART 40: Two-Dimensional Design
ART 255: Field Experience in Art No course equivalency
ART 257: Painting I ART 50: Painting I
ART 260: Computer Graphics No course equivalency
ART 275: Three-Dimensional Design Choose one course:
ART 41: Three-Dimensional Design
ART 70: Fundamentals of Sculpture
ART 78: Beginning Life Sculpture

Studio Arts Foundation requirement
Students choose one of the following courses as the foundation for their Studio Arts focus:
LMU COURSE                                                         SADDLEBACK COLLEGE COURSE                                           
Choose one course:
ART 154: Drawing II: Figure Drawing
ART 278: Ceramics I
ART 280: Photography I
ART 285: Introduction to Printmaking
Choose one course:
ART 85: Drawing from the Live Model I
ART 10: Ceramics - Handbuilding
ART 11: Ceramics - Wheel I
PHOT 50: Introduction to Photography