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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Studio Arts, B.A. (SJC Long Island)


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The B. A. in studio arts is designed to provide students with a well-balanced education in a wide variety media, and an in-depth study of a chosen area of concentration.  It will also introduce historical and contemporary views of art, as well as theoretical and critical issues.  Studio concentrations are available in the areas of painting, digital design, printmaking, ceramics, and crafts as an art form.  The degree requires 45 credit hours in art courses.  It allows students to combine the study of studio art with broader liberal studies or a second major. 

A B.A. in studio arts opens the door to a vast choice of potential careers and is excellent preparation for the advanced study in many areas.

Careers Opportunities: 

Teaching, Art Therapy, Advertising, Digital Design, Motion Graphics, Illustration, Photography, Studio Arts, Art Journalism, Curatorial, Museum, Art Galleries, Auction Houses, Preservation and Conservation, Art Law, Art Libraries or Visual Resource Archives, Government Agencies, Art Organizations.

 

Bachelor of Arts ………………………………………………………………………………. 45 Credits

Required Studio Courses ………………………………………………………………… 30 Credits

Core Courses:


For information about specific courses that fulfill core curriculum requirements, consult the current Core Curriculum Guide  

Required Studio Courses: 30 credits


Required Art History Courses: 12 credits


Senior Seminar: 3 credits


A seminar course designed to examine the current art world and possible options for life after graduation (1 credit)

Senior Exhibition and written thesis (2 credits)

Individualized Independent Study Courses ART 398  , and Topics in Studio Art, ART 370  may apply be applied to program requirements with approval from the department chair.

 

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