BFA in Sculpture

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop solutions to aesthetic and design problems.
  • Demonstrate appropriate use of materials and equipment including hand and power tools, foundry and welding equipment related to sculpture.
  • Demonstrate abilities in drawing sufficiently to support visualization of 3D concepts.
  • Explore and analyze one or more sculpture media.
  • Demonstrate a functional knowledge of the history of sculpture and use of research materials related to sculpture.

Learning Environment

BFA sculpture students

Curriculum

First Year
FALL
ART A105 - Beginning Drawing
ART A111 - Two Dimensional Design
ART A113 - Three Dimensional Design
ENGL A111 - Methods of Written Communication
MATH - Quantitative Skills
SPRING
ART A112 - Color Design
ART A205 - Intermediate Drawing
ART - Beginning 2D/3D Studio
ENGL - 200 Level Written Communications
COMM - Oral Communications
Second Year
FALL
ART A261 - History of World Art I
ART A211 - Beginning Sculpture
ART A307 - Life Drawing/Composition I
ART - Beginning 2D/3D Studio
GER - Natural Science with Lab
SPRING
ART A262 - History of World Art II
ART - Beginning 2D/3D Studio
ART A311 - Intermediate Sculpture
ART - Second Concentration Beginning Studio
GER - Natural Science
Third Year
FALL
ART A311 - Intermediate Sculpture
ART A203 - Introduction to Art Education
PHIL A401 - Aesthetics
ART - Art History/Education/Studio Elective
GER - HIST A110
SPRING
ART - U.D. Art History
ART A411 - Advanced Sculpture
ART - Secondary Concentration Studio
ART - Art History/Education/Studio Elective
GER - HIST A102
Fourth Year
FALL
ART - U.D. Art History
ART A411 - Advanced Sculpture
ART A491 - Senior Seminar
ART - Secondary Concentration Support Course
GER - ANTH A250
SPRING
ART - U.D. Art History
ART - A390/A490 or A498
ART A499 - BFA Thesis
GER - Fine Arts
GER - JPC A101