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B.A. in Visual Arts and Experimental Media

Overview Degree Requirements Sample Program

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Fine Arts
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Overview

The B.A. in Visual Arts and Experimental Media comprises a range of cutting-edge, experimental courses in visual arts, electronic art, media, photography, video art, and sound arts. The Program integrates traditional media, processes and methodologies from the arts, communication, networked media, and computer media.

On campus, students will use state-of-the-art facilities, including visual art studios, digital media lab, postproduction lab, a ceramics and sculpture studio, and performance studios. Off campus, students will have numerous internship opportunities with arts organizations and foundations, design agencies, and media houses in New York City, as well as numerous networking opportunities.

Degree Requirements
The B.A. in Visual Arts and Experimental Media requires 120 course credits, including:
College Core Requirements 43 credits*
Basic Required Courses 15 credits
ART 114 History of Art 3: 1920
to Present
(3 credits)
ART 115 Drawing 1 (3 credits)
COMM 388 Survey of Experimental
Media and Digital Arts
(3 credits)
ART 307 Introduction to Art Criticism (3 credits)
ART/COMM 480 Senior
Interdisciplinary Art Studio
(3 credits)


Upper Level Area Concentration* 15 credits
ART 117 Foundations of Design 1 (3 credits)
ART 118 Foundations of Design 2 (3 credits)
ART 203, ART 205 Photography (3 credits)
ART 305 Painting 1 (3 credits)
ART 306 Painting 2 (3 credits)
ART 311 Ceramics 1: Designing in Clay (3 credits)
ART 312 Ceramics 2: 3D Design (3 credits)
ART 314 Modern Art (3 credits)
ART 345 Sculpture (3 credits)
ART 349 Printmaking (3 credits)
ART 427 Topics in Studio (3 credits)
ART 431 Art of Native Cultures (3 credits)
ART 435 Current Trends (3 credits)
ART 440 Digital Matte Painting (3 credits)
COMM 220 Visual Communication and Design     (3 credits)
COMM 301 Video Production (3 credits)
COMM 302 Video Postproduction and Editing (3 credits)
COMM 303 Sound Design (3 credits)
COMM 304 Cinematics and Motion Graphics (3 credits)
COMM 309 Image Design with Photoshop (3 credits)
COMM 333 New Media and Society (3 credits)
COMM 346 Information Arts (3 credits)
COMM 347 Experimental Media (3 credits)
COMM 351 Intercultural Communication (3 credits)
COMM 382 Experimental Film (3 credits)
COMM 402 Animation (3 credits)
COMM 403 Interactive Design (3 credits)
COMM 351 Intercultural Communication (3 credits)
COMM 440 Digital Matte Painting
Open Elective at least 1 more
major elective course
TOTAL 33 credits

*The student will design with her/his advisor, a program of 15 credit hours of upper level courses from the list above, which is intended to provide specialization in an area of visual arts or experimental arts and media. Areas of concentration may focus, but need not be exclusive, to visual arts (painting, digital painting, design, art criticism, human communication) or experimental arts and media (video, experimental media, intermedial arts in two and three dimensions, sound, motion graphics, new media, human communication). 

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Sample Program
B.A. in Visual Arts and Experimental Media (120 credits)


Year 1
FYE 101 The First-Year Experience 1 credit
ENGL 110 Writing in Context I 3 credits
ENGL 120 Writing in Context II 3 credits
Modern Languages and Literatures Core 6 credits
Core Courses        
9 credits
ART 114 History of Art 3 3 credits
ART 115 Drawing 1 3 credits
COMM 388 Survey of Experimental Media and Digital Arts 3 credits
TOTAL 31 credits

Year 2
Core Courses
15 credits
ART 307 Introduction to Art Criticism 3 credits
Upper Level Area Concentration Courses 6 credits
Open Electives 6 credits
TOTAL 30 credits

Year 3
Core Courses
9 credits
Upper Level Area Concentration Courses 6 credits
Open Electives 9 credits
TOTAL 30 credits

Year 4
Core Courses
3 credits
ART/COMM 491 Senior Interdisciplinary Art Studio 3 credits
Upper Level Area Concentration Courses 6 credits
Open Electives 21 credits
TOTAL 30 credits

Total Credits for Graduation: 120

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