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1 Visual Arts, Humanities and Theatre Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts Bachelor of Science in Art Education Requirements for a Minor Minor in Fine Arts (for Non-Art Majors)Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Religion Bachelor of Science in Philosophy and Religion Major in Drama Education Bachelor of Science in Theatre Humanities Minor The Department of Visual Arts, Humanities and Theatre offers degree programs in visual arts, art education, philosophy and religion, and theatre. It also offers basic survey and special topics courses in the humanities. Each program leads to either the Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Arts degree. The department is actively involved with special programs and events, as well as various creative, expressive, and scholarly endeavors by faculty and students. Overall, it prepares students for positions of leadership by imparting knowledge, skills, and proficiencies which they may need to perform in their professions and function in their communities. The department provides students with a sound general education, specialized instruction, practical experience, and exposure to distinguished visual and performing artists, philosophers, and theologians. Student majors are expected to elect courses from one of the degree programs within the department. Faculty Professors: DeCosmo, Janet L.; Felder, David; LaBossiere, Michael; Williams, Chester Associate Professors: Harding, Kimberly K.; Matthews, Valencia E.; Wells, Luther D.; Williams, Derek; Wiltsher, Harris, II; Zhang, Li Ping Assistant Professors: Council, Carolyn Y.; Love, Velma E.; Owens, A. Nevell; Peyton, Richard; Thompson, Carlton Visual Arts and Art Education The Visual Arts and Art Education curricula are designed to give students a knowledgeable survey of each field and expose future artists and educators to a variety of media and academic courses for the enrichment of their careers in these disciplines. Students in Visual Arts are directed in studio production through courses in design, drawing, printmaking, painting, ceramics and sculpture. A broad foundation of coursework in Art history guides students to understand the production, intellectual and aesthetic choices of artists and their work. Students in Art Education are provided with the opportunity to take basic studio courses and education courses in a discipline-based approach to teaching art, which includes an internship.

2 Requirements for a Major The Visual Arts program offers degrees in Fine Arts and Art Education. The Bachelor of Arts degree requires 2 semester hours of the same foreign language (i.e., French or Spanish) while the Bachelor of Science degree does not. Fine Arts majors are required to have a formal exhibition of creative work/thesis paper with lecture presentation during their last semester in residence. It is anticipated that students will work closely with their advisors/gallery director and the chair of the exhibition and thesis committee to fulfill this requirement. Curriculum Guide Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Freshman Year ENC 0, 02 Freshman Communicative Skills I, II MAC 05, MGF 0 or 07 Liberal Arts Math I, II SPN 00, 0 Elementary Spanish or FRE 00, 0 Elementary French 8 ART 20C, 202C Design I, II ART 200C, 20C Drawing I, II Sophomore Year Humanities Electives (see allied courses under Humanities minor) BSC 005 Biological Science 4 SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish or FRE 2200 Intermediate French 4 ARH 2050, 205 Art History I, II ART 2754C Ceramics I, ART 2400C Graphics I, ART 2540C Painting I, ART 70C, Sculpture I 2 Junior Year PSC 2 Physical Science 4 PSY 202 Psychology, SYG 2000 Sociology or ANT 2000 Anthropology AMH 209 Introduction to African American History or AFA 04 African American Experience ART 2752C Ceramics II, ART 240C Graphics II, ART 2550C Painting II, ART 7C Sculpture II, ART 20C Textile Design, 2 2

3 ART 200C Wood, Metal, Plastics, or ART 55C Metal Work & Enameling ART 2280C Lettering or ART 2C Advertising Design 2 ARH 0 American Art or ARH 440 Modern Art Approved Minor Electives (see minors for art majors below) 9 Senior Year ARH 44 African-American Art or ARH 4520 African Art ART 20C Life Drawing Advanced Studio Art Courses: ART 440C Printmaking IV, ART 5C Ceramics III or ART 492C, Media Workshop: Printmaking; ART 492C, Media Workshop: Electronic Imaging; ART 4928 C, Media Workshop: Advanced Design; ART 4928C, Advanced Workshop: Drawing; ART 4928C, Advanced Workshop: Ceramics 8 Approved Minor Electives (see minors for art majors below) 9 ART 495 Colloquium 0 2 Total Hours 20 Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts Freshman Year ENC 0, 02 Freshman Communicative Skills I, II MAC 05, MGF 0 or 07 Liberal Arts Math, II HUM 220 Humanities AMH 209 Introduction to African American History or AFA 04 African American Experience ART 20C, 202C Design I, II ART 200C, 20C Drawing I, II Sophomore Year Humanities Elective (see allied courses under Humanities minor) BSC 005 Biological Science 4 0

4 PSC 2 Physical Science 4 ARH 2050, 205 Art History I, II ART 2754C Ceramics I, ART 2400C Graphics I, ART 2540C Painting I or ART 70C Sculpture I 2 ART 2280C Lettering or ART 2C Advertising Design 2 Junior Year PSY 202 Psychology, SYG 2000 Sociology or ANT 2000 Anthropology ART 2752C Ceramics II, ART 240C Graphics II, ART 2550C Painting II, ART 7C, Sculpture II ART 20C Textile Design, ART 200C Wood, Metal, Plastics, or ART 55C Metal Work & Enameling ARH 0 American Art or ARH 440 Modern Art Advanced Studio Art Courses: ART 440C Printmaking IV, ART 5C Ceramics III or ART 4905 (Independent Study in Painting, Sculpture, Graphics, Design, Ceramics) Approved Minor Electives (see minors for art majors below) 9 Senior Year ARH 44 African-American Art or ARH 4520 African Art ART 20C Life Drawing Advanced Studio Art Courses: ART 440C Printmaking IV, ART 5C, Ceramics III or ART 492C, Media Workshop: Printmaking; ART 492C, Media Workshop: Electronic Imaging; ART 4928 C, Media Workshop: Advanced Design; ART 4928C, Advanced Workshop: Drawing; ART 4928C, Advanced Workshop: Ceramics Approved Minor Electives (see minors for art majors below) 9 ART 495 Colloquium Total Hours 20 Bachelor of Science in Art Education Freshman Year

5 ENC 0, 02 Freshman Communicative Skills I, II EDF 005 Introduction to Education MAC 04, MGF 0, Mathematics Electives in Studio Art ART 20C, 202C Design I, II ART 200C, 20C Drawing I, II Sophomore Year Humanities Elective (See allied courses under Humanities minor) AMH 209 African-American History or AFA 04 African American Experience BSC 005 Biological Science 4 PSC 2 Physical Science 4 Electives in Studio Art ART 20C Ceramics I ART 2540C Painting I ARH 2050, 205 Art History I, II EDG 270 Teaching Diverse Populations EME 2040 Introduction to Educational Technology Junior Year PSY 202 Psychology, SYG 2000 Sociology or ANT 2000 Anthropology ARE 455, 440 Art Education I, II 4 ARE, 4 Public School Art Elementary and Secondary ART 2400 Graphics I ART 7 Sculpture I Elective in Studio Art EDF 40 Measurement and Evaluation of Educational Growth EDP 002 Educational Psychology TSL 424 ESOL Survey Strategies for Secondary Schools 4 4 Senior Year

6 ARH 0 American Art or ARH 440 Modern Art ESE 490 Seminar in Secondary Education ESE 4 Theory/Practice of Teaching in Secondary Schools RED Readings in Secondary School ESE 494 Student Teaching -2 8 Total Hours 2 Requirements for a Minor Fine Arts Majors-All Fine Arts majors must declare a minor field of study outside of the visual arts area. Fine Arts majors may choose to minor in humanities. Minor in Graphic Arts-Students interested in advertising design and related fields should take a major concentration in painting and graphics and an interdisciplinary minor in graphic arts technology. Students should select courses in consultation with the faculty in visual arts and in graphic arts technology. Art Education Majors-Students who major in Art Education must minor in education. Minor in Fine Arts (for Non-Art Majors) ART 20 Design I ART 200 Drawing I ARH 2050, 205 Art History I and II ART 270 Sculpture or ART 20 Ceramics I ART 2540 Painting I or ART 2400 Graphics I 8 Philosophy and Religion The program in Philosophy and Religion is designed to accommodate students who want to concentrate in either philosophy or religion. The program is designed to engage the student in an examination of the chief rival philosophical and religious approaches to life (including their historical, cultural, social and practical imports); to develop within the student an enlarged capacity for logical, reflective, coherent reasoning; and to encourage the student to work out a conceptual framework for his or her life commitment. The program is preparatory for advanced training in other fields, such as law, education, international relations, statecraft, intellectual history, philosophy, religious studies and theology.

7 In addition to meeting the institutional undergraduate degree requirements, majors in the program are required to earn a minimum of thirty (0) semester hours of credit in philosophy and religion courses. The Philosophy major requires 2 hours in philosophy and nine (9) hours in religion. The Religion major requires 2 hours in religion and nine (9) hours in philosophy. No grade below C will be accepted in any major course. Curriculum Guide Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Religion Freshman Year ENC 0, 02 Freshman Communication Skills I, II MAC 04, MGF 202 Mathematics PHI 200 Introduction to Philosophy REL 2000 Introduction to Religion Social Science Elective SPN 00 and 0 Elementary Spanish (with labs) or FRE 00 and 0 Elementary French (with labs) 8 Sophomore Year PSC 2 Physical Science 4 BSC 005 Biological Sciences 4 Philosophy or Religion Electives FRE or SPN 2200 Intermediate French or Spanish (with lab) 4 AMH 209 African American History Humanities Electives Free Elective Junior Year Free Electives 2 Philosophy or Religion Electives 9 Courses in Minor Senior Year

8 Philosophy or Religion Electives 9 Courses in Minor 9 Free Electives Total Semester Hours 20 Bachelor of Science in Philosophy and Religion The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science degree in Philosophy and Religion is the same as the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts except that the student does not take hours in a language and must make up the twelve (2) semester hours by taking those hours as free electives to replace the 2-hour foreign language requirement. All students are urged to earn the Bachelor of Arts degree. Requirements for a Minor A minor may be earned in Philosophy and Religion with the completion of eighteen (8) semester hours from courses listed under Philosophy and Religion. Theatre and Theatre Education The program in theatre offers pre-professional preparation by combining acting, directing, designing, and production with the literary, historical, and creative study of drama. Requirements for a Major The program offers two degree options: the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science. Students may elect concentrations in either performance or theatre education. The performance concentration requires the completion of a minimum of 55 semester hours of theatre courses and a minimum of eighteen (8) hours in an approved minor. The teacher education concentration requires the completion of a minimum of thirty-eight (8) semester hours of theatre courses and a professional education core which includes student teaching. Requirements for a Minor Students who minor in theatre must complete (with approval by the Theatre Advisor) sixteen () semester hours of lecture courses and a minimum of two (2) hours of laboratory courses for a total of 8 hours. All minors are expected to participate in all theatre activities unless otherwise exempted. Curriculum Guide Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Freshman Year *ENC 0 Freshman Communicative Skills I

9 *MGF 0 Liberal Arts Math I *XXX XXXX Science Elective 4 THE 2000 Introduction to Theatre TPP 220 Improvisations for the Theatre 2 TPP 290L Introduction to Creative Work ( hr./sem.) *ENC 02 Freshman Communicative Skills II *MGF 07 Liberal Arts Math II *XXX XXXX Science Elective 4 TPP 700 Voice and Diction for Theatre 2 TPP 2500 Basic Principles of Movement TPA 200L Production Lab Sophomore Year FRE 00 Elementary French I Lecture or SPN 00 Elementary Spanish I Lecture FRE 00L Elementary French I Lab or SPN 00L Elementary Spanish I Lab *XXX XXXX Pre-Approved Humanities Elective TPP 20 Elements of Acting THE 2 Theatre History I TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) AMH 209 Introduction to African-American History or AFA 04 The African-American Experience FRE 0 Elementary French II Lecture or SPN 0 Elementary Spanish II Lecture FRE 0L Elementary French II Lab or SPN 0L Elementary Spanish II Lab *XXX XXXX Pre-Approved Social Science Elective 4 7

10 TPA 220 Stagecraft and Production Techniques THE Theatre History II TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) Junior Year FRE 2200 Intermediate French I Lecture or SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish I Lecture FRE 2200L Intermediate French I Lab or SPN 2200L Intermediate Spanish I Lab THE 200 Critical Analysis of Drama TPA 20 Introduction to Costume and Wardrobe TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) TPP 2 Advanced Acting THE 25 Contemporary Black Theatre TPP 0 Fundamentals of Play Direction TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective Senior Year TPA 400 Concepts of Scenic and Lighting Design THE 4908 Senior Project TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Theatre Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective 4 4

11 ORI 2000 Oral Interpretation or ORI 48 Readers Theatre TPA 4400 Theatre Management Free Electives TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Minor Elective Total Hours 20 Bachelor of Science in Theatre Major in Drama Education Freshman Year *ENC 0 Freshman Communicative Skills I *MGF 0 Math for Liberal Arts PSC 2 Introduction of Physical Science 4 TPP 220 Improvisation for the Theatre 2 THE 2000 Introduction to Theatre TPP 290L Introduction to Creative Work *ENC 02 Freshman Communicative Skills II *MGF 07 Math for Liberals II *BSC 005 Biological Science *BSC 005L Biological Science Lab TPP 700 Voice and Diction for Theatre 2 TPP 2500 Basic Principles of Movement TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) EDG 004 Overview & Orientation Field Experience 5

12 Sophomore Year EDF 5 Adolescent Psychology AMH 209 Introduction to African American History or AFA 04 The African American Experience THE 2 Theatre History I EDF 005 Introduction to Education TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) THE 25 Contemporary Black Theatre THE Theatre History II TPA 220 Stagecraft Production Techniques TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) EDG 270 Teaching Diverse Populations EME 2040 Introduction to Educational Technology Junior Year TPA 20 Introduction to Costume and Wardrobe THE 200 Critical Analysis of Drama XXX XXXX Pre-Approved Humanities Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) ESE 4 Theory and Practice of Teaching in Secondary Schools ORI 2000 Oral Interpretation or ORI 40 Readers Theatre TPP 0 Fundamentals of Play Direction TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Minor Elective

13 RED Teaching Reading in the Content Area EDF 40 Measurement and Evaluation of Educational Growth Senior Year TPA 400 Concepts of Scenic and Lighting Design TSL 424 ESOL Survey Strategies XXX XXXX Minor Elective TPA 4400 Theatre Management THE 470 Methods of Teaching Theatre i the High School XXX XXXX Minor Elective 2 2 ESE 494 Student Teaching (Variable hrs: -2) Total Hours 25 Bachelor of Science in Theatre Freshman Year *ENC 0 Freshman Communicative Skills I *MGF 0 Liberal Arts Math I *XXX XXXX Science Elective 4 THE 2000 Introduction to Theatre TPP 220 Improvisations for the Theatre 2 TPP 290L Introduction to Creative Work ( hr./sem.)

14 *ENC 02 Freshman Communicative Skills II *MGF 07 Liberal Arts Math II *XXX XXXX Science Elective 4 TPP 700 Voice and Diction for Theatre 2 TPP 2500 Basic Principles of Movement TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) Sophomore Year *XXX XXXX Pre-Approved Humanities Elective TPP 20 Elements of Acting THE 2 Theatre History I TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective AMH 209 Introduction to African-American History or AFA 04 The African-American Experience XXX XXXX Pre-Approved Social Science Elective THE Theatre History II TPA 220 Stagecraft and Production Techniques TPP 2 Advanced Acting XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) Junior Year TPA 20 Introduction to Costume and Wardrobe THE 200 Critical Analysis of Drama 4

15 TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective TPP 0 Fundamentals of Play Direction THE 25 Contemporary Black Theatre TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective Senior Year TPA 400 Concepts of Scenic and Lighting Design THE 4908 Senior Project TPA 4400 Theatre Management TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Minor Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective ORI 2000 Oral Interpretation or ORI 40 Readers Theatre TPA 200L Production Lab ( hr./sem.) XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective XXX XXXX Theatre/Free Elective XXX XXXX Minor Elective Total Hours 20 Humanities Minor

16 Students must complete eighteen (8) semester hours in humanities. In consultation with an advisor, a student may plan a program consistent with his or her interest, ability, and future educational goals. The following courses are required: HUM 22 Historical Survey I HUM 220 Historical Survey II Allied Courses 2 8 Allied Courses which may be chosen: Literature LIT 20 An Approach to Literature I LIT 220 An Approach to Literature II AML 200 American Literature I AML 22 American Literature II ENL 0 English Literature I ENL 04 English Literature II Visual Arts ARH 2000 Art Appreciation ARH 2050 Art History I ARH 205 Art History II ARH 0 American Art ARH 440 Modern Art ARH 4520 African Art ARH 44 African American Art Music MUL 2 Introduction to Music I MUL 22 Introduction to Music II MUH Jazz History MUH 2 History of Music I MUH 22 History of Music II MUH 5 African American Music Philosophy and Religion PHI 200 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 0 Ethics

17 PHI 90 Special Topics in Philosophy PHH 00 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy PHH 400 Modern Philosophy PHH 00 Contemporary Philosophy PHM 20 Contemporary Black Social Philosophy REL 2000 Introduction to Religion REL 25 Black Religion in America REL 220 Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures REL 2240 Introduction to the Christian Scriptures REL 0 Religion in American Culture REL 2 Eastern World Religions

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