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Art-Fine Art Program

2017-2018

Description

The Fine Arts program aims to develop student understanding of current and historical art practices and theoretical issues. The program investigates new media and technologies as it builds upon foundational skills. It strives to provide a challenging learning environment of research, originality and experimentation through student engagement and interaction. The major consists of six core courses, plus additional courses that define an "area of emphasis."

Program Goals

The Fine Arts program provides students with a foundation for the study of the visual arts and their contribution to history and culture. Idea centered, the program serves as a model for the department’s approach to fine art from cultural, social, economic and political contexts.

Program Emphasis

The Fine Arts program emphasizes critical thinking and perceptual awareness to enable students to develop their artistic skills. There are seven areas of emphasis in the Fine Art major: Two-Dimensional, Three-Dimensional, Digital, Art History, Ceramics, Museum Studies, and Photography and New Genres.

Career Options

Students may obtain an Associate of Arts degree, complete preparation for the major in fine art and/or transfer to a four-year institution. Career options may include art practice, gallery management and curatorial practice.

Award Type Units
Certificate of Performance:
Fine Art 15
Museum Studies 10
Associate of Arts Degree:
Art History  33*
Ceramics Emphasis 36*
Digital Art Emphasis 34-35*
Museum Studies  34*
Photography and New Genres Emphasis 37*
Three-Dimensional Emphasis 34*
Two-Dimensional Emphasis 34*
Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree:
Art History 18
Studio Arts 24

*and courses to meet graduation requirements, general education and electives as needed to meet the minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Certificate of Performance

Fine Art*

The Certificate of Performance in Fine Art certifies that the student has completed the core course work in Fine Art and has demonstrated an operational understanding of critical visual skills.

Courses: Units
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic or
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 150B Beginning Graphic Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
Total Units = 15

*A Certificate of Performance is a departmental award that does not appear on the student’s transcript. All courses must be completed within the San Diego Community College District.

Museum Studies*

The Certificate of Performance in Museum Studies certifies that a student has completed all our museum studies courses, including an off-campus internship at a gallery or museum.

Courses: Units
ARTF 161A Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition Skills I 3
ARTF 161B Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition Skills II 3
ARTF 163 Art Museum/Gallery Internship 4
Total Units = 10

*A Certificate of Performance is a departmental award that does not appear on the student’s transcript. All courses must be completed within the San Diego Community College District.

Associate of Arts Degree
Art - Fine Art

Art History 

The Art History emphasis focuses on the development of a core foundation of a global history of art. Students will be able to apply and expand these understandings to specific problems of media and context. Successful completion of the courses indicates that a student has achieved an operational understanding of certain essential visual skills and an awareness of cultural and historical factors that manifest various types of visual media.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 174A , 190A , 198A , 220A .

Note: Only one Fine Arts (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art 3
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design or
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Select three courses from:
ARTF 108 Women in Art 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 161A Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition Skills I 3
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
Total Units = 33

Ceramics Emphasis

The Ceramics area of emphasis focuses on the expansion of artistic practice through exploration, experimentation, studio work and study. Students are encouraged to integrate traditional, contemporary and alternative materials and processes as they express themselves through skill development, critical thinking and artistic discourse relevant to the ceramics medium.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 165A , 175A , 175B , 175C , 194 , 190A , 198A , 260 , 280C.

Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art
or
 
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Complete the Requirements for the Ceramics Emphasis:
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 195B Ceramics II 3
ARTF 197A Handbuilding Ceramics I 3
Select two courses from the following:
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 197B Handbuilding Ceramics II 3
ARTF 220A Life Sculpture I 3
ARTF 196 Clay and Glaze Technology 3
Select one course from the following:
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
Total Units = 36

Digital Art Emphasis

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 194 . Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Courses Required for the Major: Units
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Complete course requirements for Emphasis in Digital Art:
MULT 101 Introduction to Multimedia 4
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 232 Introduction to Digital Drawing and Painting 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
Select one course from the following:
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 205A New Genres: Art in the Twenty-First Century 3
MULT 112 Beginning Flash 4
Total Units = 34-35

Museum Studies Emphasis

The Museum Studies area of emphasis focuses on theoretical and hands-on instruction in curatorial practice. Students participate in the workings San Diego Mesa College • 2017-2018 159 Art-Fine Art of the college gallery through the development of supplemental materials and the creation and installation of exhibits. Completion of an internship at a local museum or art venue teaches students to apply their curatorial skills within a professional arts setting.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 152 , 191 , 194 , 198A , 233 ; Multimedia 101 .

Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art or
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic or
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
Complete the requirements for the Museum Studies emphasis:
ARTF 161A Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition
Skills I
3
ARTF 161B Museum Studies/Gallery Exhibition
Skills II
3
ARTF 163 Art Museum/Gallery Internship 4
CHIC 230 Chicano Art or
ARTF 115 African Art or
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
Select one course from:
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
ARTF 130 Pre-Colombian Art 3
ARTF 152 Color Theory 3
Total Units = 34

Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer Degree:

The Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer degree program is designed to prepare students to meet admission at the California State University transfer admission requirements.

Award Notes

Students are required to complete a maximum of 60 CSU transferable units with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0.

  • Completion of 60 semester units or 90 quarter units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following:
    • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education – Breadth Requirements.
    • A minimum of 18 semester units or 27 quarter units in a major or area of emphasis, as determined by the community college district.
  • Obtainment of a minimum grade point average of 2.0.

ADTs also require that students must earn a “C” or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis.

Note: Completion of the California State University American Institutions graduation requirement is strongly recommended prior to transfer.

Program Goals:

The purpose of this Associate in Arts degree program in Studio Arts is to offer an organized course of study that will prepare students intending to major in Studio Arts at the California State University.

Program Emphasis:

The Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer program emphasizes preparation for the major in Studio Arts at the California State University.

The Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts or a related major in the California State University (CSU) system. It is accepted by some but not all CSU campuses. Students who complete this degree and transfer to a participating CSU campus will be required to complete no more than 60 units after transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree. It may not be appropriate preparation for students transferring to a CSU campus that does not accept the degree.

Note: Students who plan to complete this degree should consult a counselor and visit www.assist.org for additional information about participating CSU campuses as well as university admission, degree and transfer requirements.

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
Category A: Select one of the following courses (3 units):
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
Category B: Select three of the following courses (9 units)
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 Modern Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 150B Beginning Graphic Design 3
ARTF 152 Color Theory 3
ARTF 155B Freehand Drawing II 3
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 165B Composition in Painting II 3
ARTF 165C Composition in Painting III 3
ARTF 165D Composition in Painting IV 3
ARTF 174A Book Arts I 3
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 175B Sculpture II 3
ARTF 175C Sculpture III 3
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 195B Ceramics II 3
ARTF 197A Handbuilding Ceramics I 3
ARTF 197B Handbuilding Ceramics II 3
ARTF 198A Introduction to Printmaking I 3
ARTF 198B Introduction to Printmaking II 3
ARTF 198C Introduction to Printmaking III 3
ARTF 205A New Genres: Art in the Twenty-First Century 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 210B Life Drawing II 3
ARTF 210C Life Drawing III 3
ARTF 220A Life Sculpture I 3
ARTF 220B Life Sculpture II 3
ARTF 220C Life Sculpture III 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
MULT 101 Introduction to Multimedia 4
MULT 137 3D Animation I: Introduction to 3D Animation 3
  Total Units = 24  

Three-Dimensional Emphasis

The Three Dimensional area of emphasis focuses on the development of sustained artistic practice through exploration, experimentation, studio work and study. Students are encouraged to examine and explore all the creative possibilities offered by three dimensional art forms as well as where their work fits into the history of art and contemporary art practice.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 155B , 161A , 165B , 165C , 198B , 210B , 220B .

Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Complete the Art Major Core Course Requirements:

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art or
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic or
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Courses Required for the Three-Dimensional emphasis:
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 175B Sculpture II 3
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 280B 3-Dimensional Studio Lab 1
Select one course from:
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
Select one course from:
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 198A Introduction to Printmaking I 3
ARTF 205A New Genres: Art in the Twenty-First Century 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 220A Life Sculpture I 3
Total Units =34

Two-Dimensional Emphasis

The Two Dimensional area of emphasis focuses on the development of sustained artistic practice through exploration, experimentation, studio work and study. As students develop ideas and express them in a variety of two-dimensional forms, they are prompted to examine how their artwork reflects the time and culture within which they are creating it and how their work fits into the history of art and contemporary art practice.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 152 , 161A , 190A , 198B .

Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirement.

Complete the Art Major Core Course Requirements:

Courses Required for Major: Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art or
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic or
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Complete the requirements for the Two-Dimensional Emphasis:
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 280A 2-Dimensional Art Studio Lab or
ARTF 280F Photography Studio Lab 1
Select two courses from:
ARTF 155B Freehand Drawing II 3
ARTF 165B Composition in Painting II 3
ARTF 165C Composition in Painting III 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 198A Introduction to Printmaking I 3
ARTF 232 Introduction to Digital Drawing & Painting 3
Select one course from:
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
Total Units =34

Photography and New Genres Emphasis

The Photography/New Genres area of emphasis focuses on developing student understanding of photographic art practice and theory and the value of its contribution to cultural development and change. The program equips students to expand as artists in ways that are meaningful in the social context in which they live and work. Critical thinking and perceptual awareness are emphasized, throughout, and enable the student to broaden their San Diego Mesa College • 2017-2018 161 Biology artistic skills through observation, translation and invention of images.

The Associate Arts Degree in Fine Art with an emphasis in Photography/New Genres certifies that a student has explored a particular interest in art in an orderly manner and has produced a range of work indicative of a thorough understanding of the visual arts as a discipline. Award of the Photography/ New Genres Area of Emphasis prepares the student for successful completion of requirements for a baccalaureate degree in Art, Fine Art Photography, Design/Media, Film Studies and Television, Digital Media, Museum Administration and Curation.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet minimum of 60 units required for the degree.

Recommended electives: Art - Fine Art 232 .

Note: Only one Fine Art (ARTF) course from the above list may be used to satisfy SDCCD general education requirements.

Courses Required for Major Units
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art or
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic or
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
Complete the requirements for the Photography Emphasis:
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 200 Photographic Composition and Theory 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
ARTF 280F Photography Studio Lab 1
Select one course from:
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
Total Units =37

Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer Degree

The Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer Degree is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in Art History or a related major in the California State University (CSU) system. It is accepted by some but not all CSU campuses. Students who complete this degree and transfer to a participating CSU campus will be required to complete no more than 60 units after 157 Art-Fine Art transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree. It may not be appropriate preparation for students transferring to a CSU campus that does not accept the degree.

Students will be assessed through a combination of performance evaluations, written assignments, and written tests and quizzes.

Note: Students who plan to complete this degree should consult a counselor and visit www.assist.org for additional information about participating CSU campuses as well as university admission, degree and transfer requirements.

Award Notes: Students are required to complete a maximum of 60 CSU transferable units with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0.

Major: A minimum of 18 units with grade of C or better.

General Education: In addition to the courses required in the major, students must complete one of the following general education options:

  • The California State University General Education Breadth pattern
  • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum pattern

Note: Completion of the California State University American Institutions graduation requirement is strongly recommended prior to transfer.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet maximum of 60 units required for the degree.

Courses Required for Major Units
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
Category A: Select one of the following courses (3 Units)
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 115 African Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
ARTF 130 Pre-Columbian Art 3
Category B: Select one or two of the following courses, or any course not selected in Category A
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 197A Handbuilding Ceramics I 3
ARTF 198A Introduction to Printmaking I 3
ARTF 198B Introduction to Printmaking II 3
ARTF 198C Introduction to Printmaking III 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
ARTF 232 Introduction to Digital Drawing and Painting 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
Category C: Select one of the following courses, or any course not selected in Category A or B (3 units)
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 History of Modern Art 3
BLAS 110 African American Art 3
CHIC 230 Chicano Art 3
Total Units = 18

Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer Degree:

The Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer degree program is designed to prepare students to meet admission at the California State University transfer admission requirements

Students will be assessed through a combination of performance evaluations, written assignments, and written tests and quizzes.

Note: Students who plan to complete this degree should consult a counselor and visit www.assist.org for additional information about participating CSU campuses as well as university admission, degree and transfer requirements.

Award Notes: Students are required to complete a maximum of 60 CSU transferable units with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.0.

Major: A minimum of 18 units with grade of C or better.

General Education: In addition to the courses required in the major, students must complete one of the following general education options:

  • The California State University General Education Breadth pattern
  • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum pattern

Note: Completion of the California State University American Institutions graduation requirement is strongly recommended prior to transfer.

For graduation requirements see Requirements for the Associate Degree .

Electives as needed to meet maximum of 60 units required for the degree.

Courses Required for Major Units
ARTF 111 Art History: Renaissance to Modern 3
ARTF 150A Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 151 Three-Dimensional Design 3
ARTF 155A Freehand Drawing I 3
Category A: Select one of the following courses (3 units):
ARTF 110 Art History: Prehistoric to Gothic 3
ARTF 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas 3
ARTF 125 Art History: Arts of the Asian Continent 3
Category B: Select three of the following courses (9 units)
ARTF 107 Contemporary Art 3
ARTF 109 Modern Art 3
ARTF 120 Native American Art 3
ARTF 150B Beginning Graphic Design 3
ARTF 152 Color Theory 3
ARTF 155B Freehand Drawing II 3
ARTF 165A Composition in Painting I 3
ARTF 165B Composition in Painting II 3
ARTF 165C Composition in Painting III 3
ARTF 165D Composition in Painting IV 3
ARTF 174A Book Arts I 3
ARTF 175A Sculpture I 3
ARTF 175B Sculpture II 3
ARTF 175C Sculpture III 3
ARTF 190A Black and White Art Photography 3
ARTF 191 Cultural Influences on Photography 3
ARTF 194 Critical Photography 3
ARTF 195A Ceramics I 3
ARTF 195B Ceramics II 3
ARTF 197A Handbuilding Ceramics I 3
ARTF 197B Handbuilding Ceramics II 3
ARTF 198A Introduction to Printmaking I 3
ARTF 198B Introduction to Printmaking II 3
ARTF 198C Introduction to Printmaking III 3
ARTF 205A New Genres: Art in the Twenty-First Century 3
ARTF 210A Life Drawing I 3
ARTF 210B Life Drawing II 3
ARTF 210C Life Drawing III 3
ARTF 220A Life Sculpture I 3
ARTF 220B Life Sculpture II 3
ARTF 220C Life Sculpture III 3
ARTF 231 Introduction to Digital Art 3
ARTF 233 Introduction to Digital Photographic Imaging 3
MULT 101 Introduction to Multimedia 3
MULT 137 3D Animation I: Introduction to 3D Animation 3
Total Units = 24
 

Transfer Information

Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university should complete courses required for the university major and the general education pattern required by that transfer institution. See catalog TRANSFER INFORMATION section. Additional courses may be required to meet university lower-division requirements.

Course requirements at the transfer institution are subject to change and may be verified by a counselor or by consulting the current university catalog. Many Baccalaureate in Arts degrees require third semester competency in a foreign language. Consult the current catalog of the transfer institution and consult with a counselor.


Program Learning Outcomes