FINE ART B.F.A. Degree FALL WINTER SPRING Orientation Seminar (UNST 101) 1 - - College Writing (ENGL 111, 112, 113) 3 3 3 * Digital Design Fundamentals: Image Design (ARTS 194B) 3 - - * Printmaking (ARTS 254) - - 4 * Design Principles (ARTS 115) 4 - - * Color for Artists & Designers (ARTS 116) - 4 - * Creative Visual Thinking (ARTS 117) - - 3 * Drawing (ARTS 224) 4 - - Growing Up in America (SSCI 104) OR Identity & Society (SSCI 105) - - 4 THEME III: Religious Beliefs & Practice - 4 - College Algebra (MATH 121) OR Applications of Math (MATH 115) - - 4 Lifetime Fitness (PEAC 120) _-_ _2_ _-_ 15.0 13.0 18.0 * Studio Electives (Primary Emphasis-12 Upper Division Units; Secondary Studio Emphasis-8 units; Studio Electives-8 units) 4 - 4 * Ceramics (ARTS 274) OR Sculpture (ARTS 284) - 4 - * The Language of Art (ARTA 205) 4 - - * Structure Drawing (ARTS 325A) - 4 - * Painting (ARTS 234) - 4 - THEME IA: Understanding Human Beings OR National & Global Citizenship - - 4 Exploring American Culture through Literature (HUMN 204) OR Expl. Amer.
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through Visual & Perf. Arts (ARTS 205) 4 - - THEME III: Religious Beliefs & Practice - - 4 Modern Language through Intermediate Level (101, 102, 103) _4_ _4_ _4_ 16.0 16.0 16.0 * Art History: Ancient through Renaissance (ARTA 308) 4 - - * Art History: Baroque through Modern (ARTA 309) - 4 - * Photography (ARTS 255) 4 - - * Studio Electives (see above) 4 4 - * Figure Workshop (ARTS 324B) - - 4 * Three Dimentional Design (ARTS 314) - - 4 * Art Seminar (ARTX 496) [2 units required] 1 - - THEME IIB: Historical or Contemporary Culture & Context - - 4 Adventism in a Global Perspective (RLGN 304) OR The Experience of Religion in Three Cultures (RLGN 305) - - 4 THEME IVA: Life Science - 4 - THEME IVB: Physical Science - 4 - Modern Language through Intermediate Level (201) _4_ _-_ _-_ 17.0 16.0 16.0 * Topics in Art History (ARTA 408) - - 4 * Professional Practices (ARTX 486A) - 2 - * Senior Exhibit (ARTX 486B) - - 1 * Senior Project (ARTX 495) [6 units] 2 - 4 * Art Seminar (ARTX 496) [2 units required] 1 - - * Studio Electives (see above) 8 5 - THEME III: Religious Beliefs & Practice - 4 - ScientiJc Thinking & Religious Belief (NSCI 405) OR Nature & Human Values (NSCI 406) OR Religion and Rationality (NSCI 407) - - 4 Religious, Moral & Social Aspects of Art (UNST 404A) 4 - - Electives to complete 190 quarter units _2_ _8_ _2_ 17.0 15.0 15.0 * Major Requirements NOTE: Art majors wishing to be accepted into the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program may be accepted only by portfolio review after having completed a minimum of 20 units in art. BFA candidates must choose a primary area of concentration from: Painting, Ceramics, Printmaking, Textiles & Weaving.<br><br> The secondary emphasis may be chosen from the areas above or from: Drawing, Photography, Graphic Design, Computer Art, and Sculpture. FOURTH YEAR SECOND YEAR FIRST YEAR 3 THIRD YEAR 2004-2005 SAMPLE CURRICULUM: It may not be necessary to take these courses in the order given; please consult your advisor. Academic Advising Administration Building Room 206 909-785-2951 FINE ART B.F.A.<br><br> Degree The objectives of the Department of Art are: (1) to help the general student under- stand the relevance of art in the life of the past and present times and to give some basic experience of the creative process in a number of studio areas; (2) to prepare Art majors for a variety of professions related to the visual arts; giving a foundation for careers in Art Education, Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Technical Illustration, and the Fine Arts. Graphic Design and Illustration is a general title that describes an area of study which incorporates a vast application of the arts to contemporary communication, product design, and illustration. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS: Pack- aging design, model making, product design, visual aspects of marketing, advertising, fashion illustration, editorial illustration, contemporary communication, advertising industry 3 3accounts, executive director, architect, display worker, Koral design, indus- trial design, interior design.<br><br> EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor 9s degree is usually required, and advanced studies beyond the Bachelor 9s degree are recommended for advanced placement and higher salaries. JOB OUTLOOK: Employment of commercial artists and teachers is expected to increase faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2008. Employment opportunities are expected to be best for those who have a variety of skills rather than expertise in one or two specialties.<br><br> At this time, Graphic Design and Illustration majors who have sought employment in their discipline have found jobs. Currently, opportunities for employment are greatest in Advertising and Graphic Design. ENTERING SALARY: The Occupational Outlook Handbook of 2002 reports that the 2000 median annual earning in the Visual Arts was $31,690.<br><br> Websites: La Sierra University http://www.lasierra.edu/ Department of Art http://www.lasierra.edu/art/ Department Contacts: Chairperson: Beatriz Mejia-Krumbein Advisors: Peter Erhard Susan Patt Beatriz Mejia-Krumbein Location: Visual Arts Center 951-785-2170 Professional Organizations: National Art Education Association National Education Association 1916 Association Drive Reston, VA 22091 American Institute of Graphic Arts 164 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10010 The National Association of Schools of Art and Design 11250 Roger Bacon Dr., Ste. 21 Reston, VA 20190 SOURCES OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 3A Academic Advising Administration Building Room 206 951-785-2951<br><br>