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Art (ARTAA)

Award: Associate in arts degree

Program location: Elkhorn Valley Campus

The Art program combines the acquisition of traditional art skills learned through conceptual and visual experience as well as electronic technologies. This degree prepares students to enter a four-year fine arts program.

Graduation Requirements

General education

 31.5

Major requirements

 69.0

Total credit hours required

100.5

General education requirements (31.5 credit hrs.)

The general education requirements for this degree program exceed the minimum standard number of hours. For more information, contact Student Services.

Communications

ENGL 1010English Composition IONLINEHYBRID

4.5

ENGL 1020English Composition IIONLINEHYBRID

4.5

SPCH 1110Public SpeakingONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Humanities/social sciences

ARTS 1110Art History-Ancient to GothicONLINEHYBRID

4.5

 

Quantitative/numeracy skills

MATH 1310Intermediate AlgebraONLINE

4.5

Other

HMRL 1010Human Relations SkillsONLINEHYBRID

4.5

INFO 1001Information Systems and LiteracyONLINEHYBRID

4.5

Major requirements for Art (69.0 credit hrs.)

ARTS 1010Elementary Drawing

4.5

ARTS 10202-D Design

4.5

ARTS 10303-D Design

4.5

ARTS 1040New Media Design

4.5

ARTS 1120Art History-Renaissance to ModernONLINEHYBRID

4.5

ARTS 2010Life Drawing

4.5

ARTS 2020Elementary Painting

4.5

ARTS 2030Elementary Sculpture

4.5

ARTS 2040Elementary Printmaking

4.5

DIMA 1110Digital Design: Raster

4.5

OR

DIMA 1120Digital Design: Vector

4.5

PHOT 1005Basic Photography I - Digital

6.0

Select 18.0 credit hours from the following:

When selecting electives, students should check for required prerequisites to design a complete academic plan.
ARTS 1000Introduction to the Visual ArtsHYBRID

4.5

ARTS 1050Creative Careers

4.5

ARTS 2025Watercolor

4.5

ARTS 2050Elementary Ceramics

4.5

ARTS 2060Elementary Jewelry

4.5

ARTS 2110Intermediate Drawing

4.5

ARTS 2120Intermediate Painting

4.5

ARTS 2130Intermediate Sculpture

4.5

ARTS 2140Intermediate Printmaking

4.5

ARTS 2150Intermediate Ceramics

4.5

ARTS 2160Intermediate Jewelry

4.5

ARTS 2220Art Gallery Management

4.5

ARTS 2230Native American Art

4.5

ARTS 2560Portfolio Development and Professional Practice

4.5

ARTS 2900Special Topics in Art

variable

ARTS 2981Internship

variable

BSAD 1250Introduction to Not-for-Profit Management

4.5

DIMA Course of choice except DIMA 2500

PHOT Course of choice

Students may select multiple DIMA or PHOT courses if so desired.

 

For the most current transfer listings, visit www.mccneb.edu/articulation.

See Curriculum Plan