Art & Visual Studies
The backdrop of the Georgian Court University campus provides the inspiration to study for a B.F.A. in Art and Visual Studies. Enjoy a well-balanced program of theory and practice along with opportunities to develop individualistic creative skills.
Through a range of art history courses, students acquire knowledge of both Western and non-Western art movements, critically analyze individual works, and understand the uniquely integrative nature of multicultural art study. The program culminates with a capstone exhibition seminar.
To earn this degree, students must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including General Education requirements and the major requirements below.
|AR113||Visual Thinking & Design||3.0|
|AR228||European & U.S. Art||3.0|
|AR229||World Art History||3.0|
|AR440||Contemporary Art Seminar||3.0|
|AR499||Senior Exhibition Seminar||3.0|
|Studio Art Electives|
|200-400 level studio art electives||24.0|
|Visual & Performing Arts Electives|
|Select from any Art, Communication, Dance, Graphic Design or Music courses. 1||15.0|
|Liberal Arts & Sciences Electives 2|
|200-400 level in the same discipline||6.0|
|200-400 level in any discipline||6.0|
General Education courses can be used to fulfill this requirement.
All courses in the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, world cultures, and women’s studies not being used to fulfill major or General Education requirements can be used to fulfill this requirement.
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.