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1 Associate of Arts Degree in Art - 60 Credit Hours Department Chair: Carter Scaggs SCC-A Academic Advisors: John Ciccia SCC-G Torrey West PRC-F The Visual Arts Program offers in foundation classes such as drawing, design and art appreciation and specialization classes such as painting, watercolor, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, computer arts, and art history. All labs include professional quality equipment such as two intaglio printing press, a variety of ceramic kilns, electric pottery wheels, and a metal-casting foundry. Gallery spaces serve to acquaint students with current professional artists and to showcase student work in competitions and all-student shows. Seminars in professional practices help prepare the students to function as visual artists. Instructors are highly trained, practicing artists who are dedicated to encouraging the individual student to reach his or her highest level of skill and creativity. Career Opportunities Careers in visual arts are varied. Most visible are the practicing, professional visual artists and art teachers. Other career opportunities include work in museums as docents; museum curators; art historians; art restorers; exhibition designers; sales positions in galleries; artists representatives; art brokers; art therapists; medical illustrators; art administrators and directors of cultural arts programs; color, space or texture consultants; commercial artists; illustration and design of books and advertising; window display; interior design; and fabric, wall, and floor covering design. Students may enroll in an Academic Co-op course through Cooperative Work Experience to obtain practical experience in the career field. Associate of Arts Degree The Associate of Arts degree is designed for students planning to transfer course credits to a baccalaureate degree program at a college or university. The curriculum suggested in this brochure will s of most colleges and universities. Students should visit with an academic advisor to ensure that they take the correct for their Associate of Arts degree program at Collin in addition to the major for their chosen transfer college or university. The selection of science, math and elective credit is often based on the s of the specific transfer college or university. Texas Core Description The Texas Education Code requires all public colleges and universities to have a core curriculum and every degree has a Texas core. Core curriculum is defined as the curriculum in the liberal arts, humanities, sciences, and political, social and cultural history that all undergraduate students of a particular Texas institution of higher education are to complete before receiving an associate or bachelor s degree. The purpose of the core curriculum is to provide the skills, knowledge and perspectives that help define the educated person. The core curriculum focuses on strengthening six basic intellectual competencies - reading, writing, speaking, listening, critical thinking and computer literacy - that are essential to the learning process in any discipline. If you complete Collin s core curriculum of 42 credit hours, a Texas Core Certificate is awarded and documented on your official transcript. Transfer Guarantee. The State of Texas guarantees acceptance by a public four-year university of any complete core curriculum transferred from any other Texas public institution. However, if you do not complete the entire core curriculum at Collin College, the college you transfer to will determine on a course-by-course basis whether credit is applied to an associate or baccalaureate degree. It is usually in your best interest to complete the core curriculum before transferring to another Texas public college or university. The Collin Core Curriculum is the collection of general education selected by Collin faculty in eight areas that have been approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to strengthen six basic competencies (reading, listening, writing, speaking, critical thinking, and computer literacy) and to build a basic core of knowledge.

2 Your course options are displayed by area and discipline in the table below. Students should visit with an academic advisor to ensure the best selection of to complete the core curriculum and/or an associate degree, and to transfer to their chosen major baccalaureate. Unless otherwise stated, all core course options shown in the following chart can be used to satisfy both core and degree s n Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT). Check your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program for specific core course GEOL 1403, s COLLIN AA/AS/AAT CORE CURRICULUM Communications - 9 Credit Hours needed COLLIN AA/AS/AAT CORE CURRICULUM English ENGL 1301 and 1302 Area Speech Courses SPCH 1311, 1315, 1321 Notes re: Degree Req/ments Communications - 9 Credit Hours needed Humanities English 3 Credit Hours ENGL needed 1301 and 1302 Speech English SPCH ENGL 1311, 2322, 1315, 2323, , 2328, 2332, 2333, 2342, 2343, Humanities 3 Credit Hours needed ENGL 2322, 2323, English 2327, 2328, 2332, 2333, 2342, 2343, French FREN 2303, 2304 French Humanities FREN HUMA 2303, 1301, , 2319, 2323* History HIST 2311, 2312, Spanish 2321, SPAN 2321, Humanities HUMA 1301, 1305, Philosophy 2319, PHIL 1301, 2323* 1304, 2303, 2306, 2307, 2321 Spanish SPAN 2321, 2322 Philosophy PHIL MATH 1301, 1314, 1304, 1316, 2303, 1342, 2306, 1414, 2307, 2305, , 2318, Mathematics 2320,2413, 2414, 2415, 2417, 2419 Mathematics 3 Credit Hours needed Area Courses Notes re: Physics PHYS 1401, 1402, Art students are encouraged to take ARTS 1301, 1303, or 1304 to fulfill their Degree 2425, 2426 Req/ments Visual & Performing Arts Core Requirement History HIST 2311, 2312, 2321, 2322 Mathematics 3 Credit Hours needed Mathematics Environmental Science MATH 1314, 1316, 1342, 1414, 2305, MATH 1324, 1325, 2312, 2318, 1332, 1350, ,2413, 2414, 2415, 2417, 2419 Natural Sciences 8 Credit Hours needed MATH 1324, 1325, 1332, BIOL 1406, 1350, 1407, 1351 Select two Biology 1411, 1414, 1415, (two-course 2401, 2402, 2406, sequence 2416, 2421 recommended) 2401, 2423, 2425 Chemistry CHEM 1411, 1412, Natural Sciences 8 Credit Hours needed BIOL 1406, 1407, Select two Biology Environmental 1411, ENVR 1401, 1414, , (two-course Science 2401, 2402, 2406, sequence 2416, 2421 recommended) Chemistry CHEM 1411, 1412, 2401, 2423, 2425 ENVR 1401, 1402 AA sophomore level satisfy literature the AA course do sophomore not satisfy level the AA literature course sophomore level do not literature satisfy the course. AA for *You a may sophomore level both ANTH literature 2346 and course. HUMA *You may both ANTH 2346 and HUMA apply to the AS of 6 credit hrs in Math apply to the AS apply only to the AA of 6 credit or AAT hrs in Math apply only to the AA or AAT Biology GEOL BIOL 1408, 1403, 1409, only Physics Chemistry PHYS CHEM 1401, , 2425, GEOL 1401, , AA or AAT 1405, 1445, 1447 Physics PHYS 1403, 1404, Biology BIOL 1405, 1408, 1410, 1409, only Chemistry CHEM 1405 Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 Credit Hours needed Anthropology GEOL 1401, 1402, 1405, ANTH 2346*, 1445, 1447 AA or AAT *You may Physics PHYS 1403, 1404, Economics ECON 2301, , 1410, 1415 both ANTH 2346 and Psychology PSYC 2301 HUMA Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 Credit Hours needed Sociology SOCI 1301 Anthropology ANTH 2346*, *You may Political Sciences 12 Credit Hours needed Select one Economics Government ECON 2301, 2302 GOVT 2301 and 2302 both ANTH are History HIST 1301, 1302 or 2346 and Psychology PSYC HUMA Select two Sociology SOCI 1301 Political Visual/Performing Sciences Arts 12 Credit 3 Credit Hours Hours needed needed Government Dance GOVT DANC and 2302 are History Humanities Music HIST HUMA 1301, or 2301 MUSI 1306, 1307 Select two Theatre DRAM 1310, 2361, 2362 Visual/Performing Arts 3 Credit Hours needed Visual Arts ARTS 1301, 1303, Dance DANC 1304, Humanities HUMA 1311 Select Institutional one Options 1 Credit Hour needed Music MUSI 1306, 1307 Theatre Physical DRAM PHED 1100, 1310, 1102, 2361, , 1106, 1111, Visual Education Arts ARTS 1112, 1301, 1113, 1303, 1114, 1304, 1115, , 1117, 1118, 1120, 1121, Institutional Options 1 Credit Hour needed 1123, 1124, 1125, PHED or DANC Activity Course PHED or DANC Activity Course Physical Education Dance Dance PHED 1126, 1100, 1127, 1102, 1129, 1104, 1130, 1106, 1131, 1111, 1133, 1112, 1136, 1113, 1137, 1114, 1140, 1115, 1147, 1116, 1148, 1117, 1253, 1118, , 1121, 1123, DANC 1101, 1124, 1110, 1125, 1126, 1111, 1127, 1141, 1129, 1142, 1130, 1145, 1131, 1146, 1133, 1147, 1136, 1148, 1137, 1151, 1140, 1152, 1147, 1222, 1148, 1223, 1253, 2141, , 2145, 2146, DANC 2147, 1101, 2148, 1110, 2151, 1111, 2152, 1141, 2301, 1142, 2325 Unless otherwise stated, all core course options 1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1151, 1152, shown in this table can be used to satisfy both core 1222, 1223, 2141, and degree s for an Associate of Arts 2142, 2145, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2151, (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of 2152, 2301, 2325 Unless otherwise stated, all core course options Arts in Teaching (AAT). shown in this table can be used to satisfy both core and degree s for an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT). Note: The second digit in a course number indicates the number of credit hours for that course. Note: The second digit in a course number indicates the number of credit hours for that course

3 Fine Arts at Collin College The following s must be met n AA degree: 1. Earn a minimum of 60 college-level credit hours. 2. Complete the general education core curriculum of 42 credit hours. 3. Complete a minimum of 18 additional credit hours of degree s and recommended electives from emphasis areas. 4. Complete at least one sophomore-level literature course (3 credit hours). This may simultaneously meet the Humanities core. 5. Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of Earn a minimum of 18 credit hours in residency at Collin. Associate of Arts Core Curriculum Recommended Electives: ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation ARTS 1303 Art History I ARTS 1304 Art History II ARTS D Design ARTS D Design ARTS 1316 Drawing I ARTS 1317 Drawing II ARTS 2311 Advanced 2D Design ARTS 2312 Advanced 3D Design ARTS 2316 Painting I ARTS 2317 Painting II ARTS 2323 Figure Drawing I ARTS 2324 Figure Drawing II ARTS 2326 Sculpture I ARTS 2327 Sculpture II ARTS 2333 Printmaking I ARTS 2334 Printmaking II ARTS 2341 Jewelry / Art Metals I ARTS 2342 Jewelry / Art Metals II ARTS 2346 Ceramics I ARTS 2347 Ceramics II ARTS 2366 Watercolor I ARTS 2367 Watercolor II ARTS Course Descriptions: ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation Introduction to the visual arts, emphasizing the understanding and appreciation of art. Reviews two- and three-dimensional art forms, methods, and media; examines the visual elements and principles of design; and briefly surveys art styles from the prehistoric to the 21st century. Assessment: Placement in at least READ credit hours. ARTS 1303 Art History I Survey of art history from prehistoric times to the Renaissance. Special consideration is given to the form and content of a work of art, as well as the social and cultural context in which the work is created. Assessment: Placement in at least READ credit hours. ARTS 1304 Art History II Survey of art history from the Renaissance period to the present. Special consideration is given to the form and content of a work of art, as well as the social and cultural context in which the work is created. Assessment: Placement in at least READ credit hours.

4 ARTS D Design Introduction to two-dimensional visual organization dealing with basic elements and principles of design. Exploration of black and white, color, and a variety of media. Prepares students for composition in painting, drawing, and other two-dimensional art. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: ARTS D Design Introduction to three-dimensional design problems utilizing various sculpture materials. Exploration of form and methods in a variety of media. Prepares students for sculpture and other three-dimensional art. Design I is not a prerequisite. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: ARTS 1316 Drawing I Introduction to drawing including space, form, line, contour, gesture, texture, value and composition. Learn observational skills in order to render the subjects of still life, figure, perspective and landscape more accurately. Emphasis on technique, imagination, and use of a variety of materials. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: ARTS 1317 Drawing II Continued study of space, form, line, contour, gesture, texture, value and composition in still life, figure, perspective and landscape. Use of color will be introduced in various media. Emphasis on imagination, technique, development of a personal drawing style, and composition. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students should expect additional supply costs. ARTS 2311 Advanced 2-D Design Continued study of two-dimensional visual organization dealing with the elements and principles of design. Further exploration of the use of various black and white and/or color media. Emphasis on the resolution of complex two-dimensional design problems. Students will be evaluated the first two weeks of the semester to insure proper level placement. Students may be asked to move to a more appropriate level during the evaluation period. Lab. :ARTS 1311 and ARTS credit hours. N ote: ARTS 2312 Advanced 3-D Design Continued study of three-dimensional design problems utilizing various methods and materials. Further exploration of form in a variety of media. Emphasis on the resolution of complex three-dimensional design problems. Students will be evaluated the first two weeks of the semester to insure proper level placement. Students may be asked to move to a more appropriate level during the evaluation period. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: ARTS 2316 Painting I Introduction to painting including use of materials, techniques, color study, and composition. Various painting styles will be practiced. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: ARTS 2317 Painting II Increases the student s ability to use various techniques, color, and composition with acrylics, oils, and other media. Explores realistic and abstract approaches to painting. Emphasis on design, imagination, personal expression and painting style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: ARTS 2323 Figure Drawing I Drawing of the life model including instruction in anatomical and creative approaches to figure drawing. Emphasis on personal expression and creativity. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: ARTS 2324 Figure Drawing II Continuation of study of the life model; emphasis on personal expression and creativity. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS 3 credit hours. Note: Students should expect additional supply costs.

5 ARTS 2326 Sculpture I Study of three-dimensional form and introduction to sculpture techniques including basic methods of modeling, construction, and simple casting procedures. Exploration of various media including stone, wood, metal, plaster, and paper. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: Students Fine Arts at Collin College ARTS 2327 Sculpture II Continued application of three-dimensional form and sculpture techniques gaining experience in composition and problem solving in various media. Emphasis on creative expression and personal style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students should ARTS 2333 Printmaking I Introduction to the process of intaglio and relief printing including linoleum cuts, etching, aquatint, collagraph, and monotypes. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: Students should ARTS 2334 Printmaking II Continued application of the intaglio and relief printing processes gaining experience in composition and problem solving in various techniques. Emphasis on creative expression and personal style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students ARTS 2341 Jewelry / Art Metals I Exploration of wearable and small sculptural forms using non-ferrous and precious metals. Metal construction and jewelry making techniques including soldering, lost wax casting, cold connections, patinas and surface embellishment. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: ARTS 2342 Jewelry / Art Metals II Continuation of Art Metals I with emphasis on advanced techniques and individual creative expression. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students ARTS 2346 Ceramics I Introduction to ceramic design and methods including hand building techniques and use of the potter s wheel. Explores clays, glazing, and firing techniques including stoneware and raku. Lab. 3 credit hours. Note: ARTS 2347 Ceramics II Further study of ceramic design, method, and media with exploration of various clays, glaze compositions, and kiln operations. Emphasis on creative expression and personal style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students should expect additional supply costs. ARTS 2366 Watercolor I Introduction to watercolor including instruction in the use of brushes, papers, materials, and various painting techniques on wet and dry paper. Gain experience in mixing colors, color methods, and problem solving in the use of technique and in skillful observation of composition and painting style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note: Students should ARTS 2367 Watercolor II Increases the student s ability to master technique, identify the different pigment properties of color and determine their best use. Exploration of different tools, papers, materials and techniques will be practiced. Emphasis on personal expression and painting style. Lab. Prerequisite: ARTS credit hours. Note:

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