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    Feb 06, 2023  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art, B.F.A.


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Requirements


A major or minor in art leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree or Bachelor of Fine Arts in combined studio is offered on the Hattiesburg campus. All applicants for a four-year art degree must present an acceptable art portfolio prior to enrolling.

Students interested in preparing for careers in studio art and/or graduate study are encouraged to pursue the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in painting, graphic design, ceramics, or combined studio. Eighty-four hours of art are required for this degree.

The following art core courses are required for the B.F.A. and the B.A. degrees:

Art Core


Art History (12 hours)


including Art History I and II

Drawing


12 hours (B.F.A.), 6 hours (B.A.)

2D/3D Design (6 hours)


Computer Graphics (3 hours)


Painting (3 hours)


Printmaking (3 hours)


Senior Seminar (3 hours)


Intermediate 2-D Design or Ceramics (3 hours)


  • Take one of these two courses:

  • Credit Hours: 3
  • ART 290 Intermediate 2-D Design  Credits / Units: 3

Total (45 hours)


Portfolio


All B.F.A. and B.A. art students must maintain a portfolio according to departmental guidelines.

Art Major Concentrations


Ceramics


30 hours in ceramics

Painting


30 hours in painting (studio)

Graphic Design


30 hours in graphic design

Combined Studio


36 hours (18 hours in two studio areas below)

Drawing, Painting, Graphic Design, Ceramics

Art Electives


Balance of required courses

Senior Exhibition


Graduating B.F.A. students must participate in a B.F.A. exhibition in the gallery during their senior year

Notes:


Art core, art major concentration, and art electives must combine to total 84 hours in art.

Education majors who desire a heavy studio concentration should consult with the art department about a B.F.A. with teacher licensure.

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