1 THE COLLEGE O HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Mission The mission of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences is to develop and continuously enhance a perpetually contemporary global standard of excellence that prepares students to assume productive leadership roles anywhere in the world. To this end, highly effective faculty, staff, and administrators provide leadership for programs that integrate instruction, technology, research, the ethic of service, and professional development programs and activities. In accordance with the long- standing tenets of the liberal arts, the College s philosophy of education is that of liberation of the mind and spirit in facilitation of exploration, discovery, and new ideologies. operational principles: Accountability The 21st century Institution of Higher Education (IHE) is accountable to a myriad of private, governmental, and professional stakeholder groups whose primary interest is institutional The College is committed to maintain an aggressively nimble operational paradigm focused solely upon student achievement and institutional effectiveness. Assessment Outcomes-based educational products are arguably the central emphasis of the 21st century academic enterprise. Accordingly the College s model is designed to ensure that program completers Authentic Engagement The term authentic engagement means one is authentically involved in their curriculum where the assigned task is associated with an outcome that has a clear meaning and value to has intrinsic motivation to work on an assignment. Essentially, the College s embodiment of authentic engagement in accordance with VSU s core values invites the student to concomitantly examine content through the eyes of the experts and through their own lives. In this way, the learner becomes acutely aware requires intense, exacting preparation, knowledge of learning styles, and pedagogical acuity. Authentic Lifelong Learning The concept of lifelong learning is the byproduct of the infusion of technology her knowledge and skill sets. College of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to the development of the lifelong learning dispositions necessary for the professional success of students, faculty, and staff. Individual and Professional Development The ongoing development of faculty and students is integral to the teaching-learning paradigm. The pervasive use of technology is one driver of rapidly increasing discovery in all disciplines, thus, faculty must be perpetually engaged in scholarly activity in their respective professional development. 294
2 Research Consistent with the university s goals, the College supports and facilitates a three-tiered structure to perpetuate its research agenda: (1) discovery or new knowledge that inform the global community and and global reputation. Access Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been bastions of opportunity for those who did not have access to higher education. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to through authentic engagement access and support for those who demonstrate the potential and dispositions conducive to advanced learning. Collaboration Partnerships across disciplines, with internal and external stakeholders, and the professional realm are essential to the comprehensive educational product offered to students and central to the University s mission to serve the communities to which it is intrinsically bound. Organization of the College The College of Humanities and Social Sciences consists of seven undergraduate departments and the ROTC Department. Programs focusing on the humanities and social sciences serve to strengthen critical thinking and analysis, problem-solving capabilities, communication skills and interpretive insights. Major Programs of Undergraduate Study Students pursuing undergraduate study may major in the following programs: Art and Design Art and Design Concentrations: Studio Art, Animation, Graphic Design, & Web Design Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Health and Physical Education Dance (Minor) ort Management (Minor) Health (Minor) History and Philosophy History History, Secondary Teaching Endorsement Languages and Literature English English, Secondary Teaching Endorsement Mass Communications Concentrations: Print Media, Radio & Television, & Public Relations Military Science (Minor) Music Music Choral Music Teaching Endorsement (Vocal) Instrumental Music Teaching Endorsement (Brass, Percussion, String) Music Performance (Instrument, Keyboard, Vocal) and Sound Recording Technology 295
3 Political Science Economics Political Science Public Administration (Minor) Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Sociology Social Work ecial acilities and Equipment WVST, the campus radio station, and the Virginia State Television Network (VSUN), the units under the University Academic Technology Department provide production skill training and teach the use of current technologies. Computer-assisted writing laboratories assist students with special problems. Organizations and Clubs There are many groups students can join to satisfy their intellectual interests or provide opportunities for co-curricular pursuits. There are clubs connected to academic disciplines that provide informal forums to discuss topics of interest in politics, languages, science, history, computers, literature, technology, and business, among others. There are organizations 296
4 DEPARTMENT O ART AND DESIGN Chairperson aculty: Ann ord, MA, Assistant Professor Meena Khalili Clifford, MA, Assistant Professor Thomas Larose, Ph.D., Associate Professor Description of the Program The Art and Design program, accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, offers courses leading to a Bachelor of ine Arts degree. All students begin with the CORE program strong understanding of the design fundamentals and applications of traditional art media. oundation level courses, including two-dimensional and three-dimensional design, color theory, drawing, and computer fundamentals, are designed to prepare students to begin their advanced concentration coursework in the sophomore year. Students in the program can decide from four primary career paths: Studio Arts, Animation, Graphic Design, or Web Design. The Studio Arts curriculum prepares students for traditional artistic careers in the through four sequential courses, students can shape their own curricula to span across traditional artistic boundaries and learn a variety of media specially designed to meet their needs and creative desires. This artistic cross training permits students to expand their creative horizons through the use of new media tools, techniques, and concepts, and become the artistic leaders of the 21st century. The Animation program teaches students the principles and skills of animating in both traditional drawing and computerized formats. The curriculum is designed to prepare students to enter into graduate programs In the Graphic Design curriculum, students follow a structured curriculum that gives them all of the knowledge and skills necessary to compete in today s commercial arts marketplace. The program prepares students for careers as commercial artists in such areas as illustration, print and package design. The Web Design program places emphasis on the aesthetic aspects of creating web sites, along with the practical components of digital information transfer. The curriculum prepares students to enter the workforce as skilled designers of web sites for a wide variety of customers, from personal pages to international businesses. Acceptance into the Art CORE Program is contingent on: 1) acceptance into the University according to its criteria for incoming freshmen or transfer stu 3) display of artistic knowledge and ability through either a) the successful completion of two (2) art classes at a high school, junior college, or continuing education level, or b) submission of two (2) letters of recommendation sophomore year is dependent on a review of the student s portfolio of art work, along with the successful completion of all prerequisite courses, in proper sequence, with a minimum of a C grade. 297
5 Mission of the Department The mission of the Art and Design Department at Virginia State University is to produce the artists of tomorrow, one individual at a time. Our faculty is committed to the artistic development of each student as a unique individual through the process of instruction and mentorship. Our goal is to prepare students for success in whatever professional arena of art they choose by providing a solid base of artistic knowledge and technical skill, then encouraging creative exploration and stylistic development from this foundation. Through the creative work and service of our students and faculty, we hope to engender a broader appreciation for the arts to enhance the vitality of the university and surrounding community. Objectives of the Program Students will demonstrate an entry-level competence for a professional in their area of specialization, including technical mastery of their media, understanding and use of the concepts o design, and the ability to clearly communicate the intended message. Students will demonstrate the ability to develop a cohesive artistic concept (theme) evident throughout a body of work produced in their chosen media. Students will be able to research, form and defend value judgments about art and design in both written and oral statements. The student will effectively communicate these ideas as related to MAJORS: Bachelor of ine Arts in Visual Arts with Concentration in: Studio Art Animation Graphic Design Web Design MINORS: Animation Minor To be eligible, a student must complete: ARTS 215 Intro. To Animation 3 credits ARTS 225 Electronic Animation 3 credits ARTS 315 Sound for Animation 3 credits ARTS 325 Animation Basic I 3 credits ARTS 335 Animation Basic II 3 credits Total 18 credits Art History Minor a grade of C or higher. After successful completion of these two courses, the student must complete an History, for a total of 18 credit hours. 298
6 Graphic Design Minor To be eligible, a student must complete: VCAD Restricted Elective 3 credits Total 18 credits Photography Minor To be eligible, a student must complete: Total 18 credits Studio Art Minor higher, for a total of 12 credit hours. After successful completion of these core requirements, the student concentration, for a total of 18 credit hours. Web Design Minor To be eligible, a student must complete: VCAD 314 Web Animation 3 credits Total 18 credits 299
7 ART AND DESIGN Course Descriptions OUNDATION (CORE) COURSES ARTS 101 DRAWING I 3 semester hours Introduction to the fundamentals of drawing expression. Pencil, charcoal, conte, and wash media are explored. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. ARTS 102 DRAWING II 3 semester hours Continuation of drawing expression. Introduction to linear perspective, foreshortening, and the use of color. Pencil, charcoal, conte, pastels, prismacolor, and wash media are explored. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 101 ARTS 103 TWO DIMENSIONAL DESIGN 3 semester hours Introduction to the fundamental concepts of two dimensional design, color theory, form relationships and their function in various design situations. Contemporary and traditional concepts of design principles and elements are explored. Course includes critiques and discussions. Art & Design Majors & Minors Only Course ARTS 104 TWO DIMENSIONAL DESIGN- COLOR THEORY 3 semester hours Examination of the interaction of color through studio experience and the manipulation of color to achieve various effects for problem solving and individual expression. Course includes critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 101 and 103 ARTS 108 COMPUTERS OR ARTISTS 3 semester hours for the needs of artists. Basic hardware and peripherals set-up, use of operating systems and artist-based programs for both Macintosh and PC systems. Art & Design Majors Only Course. ARTS 202 LIE DRAWING I 3 semester hours Continuation of drawing fundamentals and expression introduced the previous year using the human critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 103 ARTS 208 PERSPECTIVE DRAWING - 3 semester hours Emphasis on the development of comprehension in perspective through drawing exercises and projects. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 103 ARTS 209 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OR THE ARTIST - 3 semester hours Increasing the creativity of artists through the mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning. Emphases on different methodologies for creative development of individual and group artwork. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 104 ARTS 212 LIE DRAWING II 3 semester hours as gesture, abstraction, composition, and foreshortening are explored using a variety of wet and dry media. Prerequisites: ARTS 202
8 STUDIO ART COURSES ARTS 203 PRINTMAKING I 3 semester hours undamentals of graphic expressions employed in woodcuts, etchings, lithography and other vehicles for graphic reproductions. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 ARTS 204 PRINTMAKING II 3 semester hours Continuation of graphic expressions employed in woodcuts, etchings, lithography and other vehicles for graphic reproductions. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 203 ARTS 206 WATERCOLOR 3 semester hours Introduction to the fundamentals of transparent and opaque watercolor painting techniques. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 ARTS 207 THREE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN 3 semester hours Introduction to the functional concepts of three-dimensional design. orm relationships as applied to the elements and principles of design. Course includes critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 104 ARTS 216 2D METHODS AND MATERIALS - 3 semester hours Overview of the tools, materials, and processes of two-dimensional media. Emphasis on the manipulation and safe handling of materials and tools, their use in artistic expression, and historical development. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 104 ARTS 217 3D METHODS AND MATERIALS - 3 semester hours Overview of the tools, materials, and processes of three-dimensional media. Emphasis on the manipulation and safe handling of materials and tools, their use in artistic expression, and historical development. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 104 ARTS 303 SCULPTURE: WOOD 3 semester hours Odd Exploration of sculptural fundamentals, emphasizing materials (cardboard and wood) and methods (both additive and subtractive). Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 304 SCULPTURE: MOLD MAKING 3 semester hours Even In-depth exploration of the three-dimensional concepts, skills, and processes for mold making and plaster casting as generated from clay models. Emphasis is placed on the development of design and construction skills, concept realization, and creative personal invention. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisite: ARTS 207 ARTS 305 PAINTING: STILL LIE 3 semester hours Odd undamentals of painting in oil and acrylics introduced through the imagery of the still life. Traditional and experimental painting processes are explored. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 216 ARTS 306 PAINTING: LANDSCAPE 3 semester hours Even Continuation of painting in oil and acrylics using the imagery of the landscape. Traditional and experimental painting processes are explored. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 216
9 ARTS 309 CERAMICS: HAND BUILDING 3 semester hours Odd Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 310 CERAMICS: WHEEL THROWING - 3 semester hours Even Development of skills with a focus on wheel throwing. In addition to being introduced to the potter s wheel, students develop their glazing techniques, knowledge of ceramics, and its terminology. Emphasis is placed on the development of design and construction skills with ceramic materials, concept realization, and creative personal invention. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 313 BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY I - 3 semester hours An introduction to the basics of black and white photography will be covered to include: Basic features Prerequisites: VCAD 206 ARTS 314 BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY II - 3 semester hours A continuation of the exploration of traditional wet process photography, with emphasis on developing that includes manual controls. Prerequisites: ARTS 313 ARTS 409 CERAMICS: MOLD MAKING - 3 semester hours Even critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 410 CERAMICS: MIXED MEDIA - 3 semester hours Odd Exploration of mixed media formats and techniques to begin the development of a personal style through the creation of a series of related ceramic pieces. Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 413 SCULPTURE: METAL 3 semester hours Even Exploration of three-dimensional concepts, skills, and processes with an emphasis on metal fabrication. Using the machinery of the woodshop, expand technical vocabulary with tools such as MIG welders, oxyacetylene torches, grinders, and chop saws. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 207 ARTS 414 SCULPTURE: MIXED MEDIA 3 semester hours Odd Exploration of conceptual and expressive problems in a variety of sculptural media and various sculptural weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 207
10 ARTS 415 PAINTING: IGURE 3 semester hours Even and experimental painting processes are explored. Course includes weekly critiques and discussions. Prerequisites: ARTS 216 ARTS 416 PAINTING: MIXED MEDIA 3 semester hours Odd Continuing in-depth study of painting formats and techniques integrating various media to begin the development of a personal style through the creation of a series of related paintings. Prerequisites: ARTS 216 ANIMATION COURSES ARTS 215 INTRODUCTION TO ANIMATION - 3 semester hours Introduction to the history and methodology of animation. Regular animation screenings of commercial ARTS 225 ELECTRONIC ANIMATION - 3 semester hour Introduction to the various software, hardware, and equipment used in the creation of animation. Prerequisite: ARTS 215 ARTS 315 SOUND OR ANIMATION - 3 semester hours Examination of the basic theory and methodology of sound design. Project emphasis is on the creation of sound for use in animation. Prerequisite: ARTS 225 ARTS 325 ANIMATION BASIC I - 3 semester hours Examination of the principles that govern animation. Student will explore these principles through various exercises and projects. Prerequisite: ARTS 225 ARTS 335 ANIMATION BASIC II - 3 semester hours Exploration of the principles of special effects animation. Exploration of these principles through various exercises and projects. Sound will also be incorporated into their animation. Prerequisite: ARTS 325 ARTS 425 ANIMATION BASIC III - 3 semester hours animation exercises and projects. Prerequisite: ARTS 335 ARTS 330 ANIMATION I - 3 semester hours methodology through the completion of animation exercises and projects. Prerequisite: ARTS 325 ARTS 430 ANIMATION II - 3 semester hours Writing and production of individual animation(s) in preparation for senior studio. Prerequisite: ARTS 330 ARTS 435 ANIMATION TEAM - 3 semester hours Examination of animation production management. Students will take turns in different roles from preproduction to post-production of animation projects. Prerequisite: ARTS 425 and 430
11 ARTS 440 SENIOR ANIMATION STUDIO - 3 semester hours Preparation for the transition from formal academic study to animation career pursuit. Emphasis on creation of a demo reel, resumes, and portfolio. Prerequisite: ARTS 425 and 430 ART HISTORY COURSES ARTS 301 WORLD ART SURVEY I 3 semester hours Examination of the key stages in the evolution of art and architecture from around the world until relationships to the cultural, historical, and philosophical contexts in which the artist lives. ARTS 302 WORLD ART SURVEY II 3 semester hours Examination of the key stages in the evolution of art and architecture from around the world from relationships to the cultural, historical, and philosophical contexts in which the artist lives. ARTS 307 MODERN ART: semester hours conditions. Prerequisites: Students must have junior status or special permission from the instructor. ARTS 403 SURVEY O ARICAN-AMERICAN ART 3 semester hours Examination of art produced by African-Americans in the United States from the Colonial Period to Prerequisites: Students must have junior status or special permission from the instructor. ARTS 405 SURVEY O ARICAN ART 3 semester hours Exploration of the major forms of art and architecture produced by various cultures of Africa. Examination of the art forms and their places within society for pre-historic and ancient civilizations, medieval empires, and the peoples of the Colonial Period in northern, western, central, southern, and east Africa. Prerequisites: Students must have junior status or special permission from the instructor. ARTS 407 HISTORY O PHOTOGRAPHY 3 semester hours A visually oriented history of the development of photography from its earliest manifestations to today and explores photography s applications as a commercial enterprise, a documentary tool, a cultural force and a the other arts, topics include documentary photography and photojournalism, fashion and portraiture, and the use of photography in mass media. Prerequisites: Students must have at least junior status or special permission from the instructor. VCAD 200 GRAPHIC DESIGN HISTORY 3 semester hours Exploration of the evolution of graphic communications from prehistoric times to the development of modern graphic design. The uses of and styles of graphic design will be covered. Art & Design Majors Only Course
12 GRAPHIC DESIGN COURSES VCAD 201 TYPOGRAPHY I - 3 semester hours A study of typography fundamentals. History and development of lettering and type reproduction methods. Exploration of letterform aesthetics and communication value through practical design projects. or Graphic Design majors only. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 and 108 VCAD 202 TYPOGRAPHY II - 3 semester hours An advanced exploration of typography. unctional and expressive type treatments and the effective implementation of type as a visual communication tool. Emphasis placed on the development of ideas and the ability to communicate them effectively. Introduction to proofreading and editing type. or Graphic Design majors only Prerequisite: VCAD 201 VCAD 203 GRAPHIC DESIGN I 3 semester hours entertainment, environmental and other areas of visual communications. Emphasis on fundamental Prerequisite: ARTS 102 and 108 VCAD 205 GRAPHIC DESIGN II - 3 semester hours entertainment, environmental and other areas of visual communications. Emphasis on the principles and Prerequisite: VCAD 203 VCAD 206 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY - 3 semester hours An introduction to photography, emphasizing the basic operation of a camera. Students will learn to adjust the settings for exposure, speed, and light conditions. Course includes the regular critiques of student work and discussions of photographic fundamentals. Prerequisites: ARTS 102 or permission of instructor VCAD 207 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I - 3 semester hours A digital approach to photography as a communication tool. The course emphasizes the use of the digital camera and photo-correction software and techniques. Course includes the regular critiques of student work and discussions of photographic fundamentals. Prerequisites: VCAD 206 VCAD 300 ILLUSTRATION I - 3 semester hours Even Emphasis on the fundamentals of rendering images while exploring various media and techniques. or Graphic Design majors only. Prerequisites: ARTS 202 and 208 VCAD 301 SILKSCREEN PROCEDURES 3 semester hours Introduction to the various silkscreen procedures employed in advertising art and design. Exploration of hand-cut stencils and photographic processes. Prerequisites: ARTS 202 VCAD 302 PRINT I - 3 semester hours Odd Introduction to the printing process. Examination of commercial printing: the presses, inks, paper, and Prerequisites: VCAD 202, 205
13 VCAD 307 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II - 3 semester hours Students will explore the creative use of digital cameras, and digital printing techniques. Imaging software will be used for editing and printing techniques. Students will learn advanced lighting, cropping, and formatting techniques. Course includes the regular critiques of student work and discussions of photographic fundamentals. Prerequisites: VCAD 207 VCAD 310 ILLUSTRATION II - 3 semester hours Odd Creating illustrations for editorial and business communications using traditional and digital media. or Graphic Design majors only. Prerequisites: VCAD 300 VCAD 312 PRINT II - 3 semester hours Even Designing print media using experimental formats, as well as special multi-media materials and techniques. Prerequisites: VCAD 302 VCAD 315 PUBLICATION DESIGN - 3 semester hours Even Analysis of professional design studio problems and processes related to publication design. Integrating cohesive design solutions, strategies, grid structures, layouts and compositions throughout multi-page formats. or Art & Design majors only. Prerequisites: VCAD 202 and 205 VCAD 415 PACKAGE DESIGN - 3 semester hours Even Professional design studio processes and procedures related to packaging design. Developing brand identity and focusing on product positioning, while designing the three dimensional structure. or Art & Design majors only. Prerequisites: VCAD 202 and 205 VCAD 416 ADVERTISING DESIGN - 3 semester hours Odd An introduction to advertising fundamentals. Development and implementation of strategic design concepts across multi-vehicle marketing materials. or Art & Design majors only. Prerequisites: VCAD 202 and 205 VCAD 430 PORTOLIO - 3 semester hours Exploring the various methodologies for creating a professional portfolio and resume. or Art & Design majors only. Prerequisites: Senior status VCAD 450 INTERNSHIP - 3 semester hours majors only. Prerequisites: VCAD 202 and VCAD 205 VCAD 451 SENIOR THESIS PROJECT 3 semester hours Examination of the business aspects of the commercial art world. Culminates in a formal presentation of a cohesive body of work before a departmental committee. Prerequisites: Senior status
14 WEB DESIGN COURSES VCAD 304 HTML 3 semester hours Exploration of the language and structure of HTML documents, markup techniques, and validation. Topics include text formatting, lists, tables, META tags, and CSS. Prerequisite: VCAD 202 and 205 VCAD 305 WEB DESIGN I 3 semester hours Introduction to the planning and development of useful, aesthetically appealing web sites through the effective use of navigation techniques with the creative use of graphics, sound and typography. Prerequisite: VCAD 304 VCAD 314 WEB ANIMATION 3 semester hours Exploration of the effective use of animations in web site design and the graphics software used to make them. Prerequisite: VCAD 304 VCAD 401 WEB DESIGN II 3 semester hours Advanced work in the planning and development of useful, aesthetically appealing web sites. Students will learn the effects of browser choices and computing platforms on their design choices and should gain a critical eye for evaluating web site designs. Prerequisite: VCAD 305 VCAD 411 WEB DESIGN III 3 semester hours Continuing in-depth study of web design formats and techniques to begin the development of a personal style through the creation of a series of extended web sites utilizing a variety of graphics. Prerequisite: VCAD 401 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (NON-MAJORS) ARTS 199 ART APPRECIATION 3 semester hours An introduction to the study and understanding of the visual arts. The various methods through which humans are able to access, interpret, and interact with art will be discussed. Topics include various cultural of content. Emphasis is placed on the areas of painting, sculpture, and architecture, but other areas (drawing, graphics, crafts, etc.) are discussed. ARTS 200 ART CRATS 3 semester hours Introduction to the functional and decorative handicrafts through a variety of media.
15 ART & DESIGN Curricular Summary General Education requirements for all Art & Design concentrations: Literature: 3 credits from menu Mathematics: 6 credits MATH 112, MATH 113 (or higher) Science: 4 credits BIOL 116 (or from menu) Social Science: 3 credits from menu History: 3 credits HIST 114 or HIST 115 Global Studies: 3 credits HIST 114 or HIST 115 Total 33 credits *Major requirements. Major Requirements Animation: Graphic Design: Studio: Web Design: 78 credit hours* 78 credit hours* 78 credit hours* 81 credit hours* *NASAD accreditation requires a minimum of 72 credit hours in Art & Design courses for BA degree. Electives (free): Animation: Graphic Design: Studio: Web Design: 15 credit hours 15 credit hours 12 credit hours 12 credit hours Minor Requirements: None
16 BA IN VISUAL ARTS Animation Concentration Semester Number Course Title Credits Grade Transfer RESHMAN all ARTS 199 Art Appreciation 3 MATH 112 Basic Math I 3 ring ENGL 111 Composition II 3 MATH 113 Basic Math II 3 SOPHOMORE all or the Artist 3 ARTS 215 Intro. To Animation 3 Science & Lab 4 ring ARTS 212 Life Drawing II 3 ARTS 225 Electronic Animation 3 ENGL Literature Elective 3 Elective 3 JUNIOR all ARTS 325 Animation Basic I 3 ARTS 315 Sound for Animation 3 HIST 114 World History I 3 Elective 3 ring ARTS 335 Animation Basic II 3 HIST 115 World History II 3 Elective 3 SENIOR all ARTS Art History Elective 3 ARTS 425 Animation Basic III 3 Social Science Elective 3 Elective 3 ring ARTS Art History Elective 3 ARTS 435 Animation Team 3 Restricted Elective* 3 Elective 3 Total Credit 123 *Restricted electives must be Art & Design courses (ARTS/VCAD). All classes within the major (ARTS/VCAD) must be completed with a grade of C or better.
17 BA IN VISUAL ARTS Graphic Design Concentration Semester Number Course Title Credits Grade Transfer RESHMAN all ARTS 199 Art Appreciation 3 MATH 112 Basic Math I ring ENGL 111 Composition II 3 MATH 113 Basic Math II 3 SOPHOMORE all or the Artist 3 ring ARTS 212 Life Drawing II 3 ENGL Literature Elective 3 JUNIOR all VCAD Restricted Elective* 3 HIST 114 World History I 3 Science & Lab 4 ring VCAD Restricted Elective* 3 HIST 115 World History II 3 Social Science Elective 3 Elective 3 - SENIOR all VCAD Restricted Elective* 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 ring ARTS Art History Elective 3 VCAD Restricted Elective* 3 VCAD 451 Senior Thesis Project 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 Total Credit 123
18 BA IN VISUAL ARTS Studio Arts Concentration Semester Number Course Title Credit Grade Transfer RESHMAN all ARTS 199 Art Appreciation 3 MATH 112 Basic Math I 3 ring ENGL 111 Composition II 3 MATH 113 Basic Math II 3 SOPHOMORE all or the Artist 3 ARTS 217 3D Methods & Materials 3 Science & Lab 4 ring ARTS 212 Life Drawing II 3 ARTS 216 2D Methods & Materials 3 ENGL Literature Elective 3 Elective 3 JUNIOR all ARTS Restricted Elective* 3 HIST 114 World History I 3 Elective 3 ring ARTS Restricted Elective* 3 HIST 115 World History II 3 Elective 3 SENIOR all ARTS Art History Elective 3 ARTS Restricted Elective* 3 Elective 3 ARTS Art History Elective 3 VCAD 451 Senior Thesis 3 Social Sciences Elective 3 Total Credit: 120 *Restricted electives must be selected from the following: VCAD 300, 302, 310, 312, 315, 415, or 416. All classes within the major (ARTS/VCAD) must be completed with a grade of C or better. 311
19 BA IN VISUAL ARTS Web Design Concentration Semester Number Course Title Credit Grade Transfer RESHMAN all ARTS 199 Art Appreciation 3 MATH 112 Basic Math I 3 ring ENGL 111 Composition II 3 MATH 113 Basic Math II 3 SOPHOMORE all or the Artist 3 ring ARTS 212 Life Drawing II 3 ENGL Literature Elective 3 JUNIOR3 all Science & Lab 4 HIST 114 World History I 3 ring VCAD 314 Web Animation 3 HIST 115 World History II 3 Elective 3 all Social Sciences Elective 3 3 Elective 3 ring ARTS Art History Elective 3 VCAD 411 Web Design III 3 VCAD 451 Senior Thesis Project 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 Total Credit: 123 *Restricted electives must be selected from the following: VCAD 300, 302, 310, 312, 315, 415, or 416. All classes within the major (ARTS/VCAD) must be completed with a grade of C or better. 312
20 DEPARTMENT O HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION RECREATION AND DANCE Chairperson: Dr. Linda Person Professors: Dr. Serena Reese, Dr. Leon Bey Associate Professors: Dr. Benita Brown, Dr. Gilbert Gipson, Dr. Paulette Johnson, Dr. Linda Person Assistant Professors: Mr. Harold Deane, Mr. Elijah Johnson Description of the Department The Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (HPERD) Department, in conjunction with the Center for Undergraduate Professional Education Programs, offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education, Prek-12 that may lead to a teaching endorsement. The Department encourages students to reach their full potential as future leaders by offering a wide range of Minor Curricula in the. Mission of the Department The Department is committed to the promotion of knowledgeable, skilled practitioners who strive for academic excellence, dedication and professionalism in a global marketplace that requires sensitivity to members of diverse cultures and special populations. These Mission principles are facilitated through Majors from the Department are prepared to successfully pursue graduate and professional studies in the areas of Teaching, Health, Wellness, Dance, Leisure and Recreation, ort Management and Allied ields. Objectives of the Department - Provide students opportunities to acquire comprehensive knowledge of the principles of Health, Physical Education, Leisure and Recreation, Dance and ort Management. - Instruction in a wide variety of course options to accommodate varied student interests and occupational pursuits. - Prepare students to demonstrate professional competence in the teaching profession. - Encourage students active involvement in professional organizations. Major, Minors, Other Programs Offered, Endorsement Opportunities, Student Organizations and acilities Major The Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education, Prek-12 prepares students for careers in teaching, Dance, Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and ort Management. Minors The Department offers Minors in Dance, Health, Recreation and ort Management which enable students to broaden their academic and professional options. To accomplish programmatic goals and accommodate the diverse interests of its students, the HPERD Department has developed the following Minors: 1. Minors (3): Recreation (18 semester hours): Prepares students for professional leadership roles in resorts, outdoor educational environments, municipal parks, recreational agencies, tourism departments, correctional institutions, youth service agencies, industrial settings, religious-based agencies, and state and federal governmental agencies. 2. Minor: ort Management (18 semester hours): Prepares students for careers as entrepreneurs, producers, advertisers, public relations specialists, fund developers, event managers, consultants,sales representatives, sports researchers, and corporate executives in the collegiate, amateur, and professional sports industries. 313
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