Toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts or a Bachelor by gmb79530

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									                                                                                                                   Transfer Curriculum
                                                                    ART                                            Associate in Arts Degree
                                                                                                                   Associate in Fine Arts
                                                                                                                   Minimum 62 Hours
                                              Toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts or                                    Minimum 2.0 OGPA
                                      a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts Degree                           Major Code: DAA
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  TRANSFER CURRICULUM: This is a common general education transfer curriculum for this major. See the general education requirements
  for IAI and the Associate in Arts Degree in the college catalog. CONSULT THE CATALOG of the college or university you are transferring to for
  specific courses required for your major. See a college counselor for professional guidance.

  FIRST YEAR

 Dept     No     Fall Semester                  Hrs    Sem         Gr             Dept       No Spring Semester          Hrs                 Sem       Gr
 ENG      121    Rhetoric & Composition I        3 ________       _____           ENG        122Rhetoric & Composition II 3                  ____    _____
 MATH     144    Heart of Mathematics            4 ________       _____           SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES          3                  ____    _____
 ART      121    Art Appreciation                3 ________       _____           PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES              4                  ____    _____
 ART      141    Drawing                         3 ________       _____           HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS                3                  ____    _____
 ART      161    Basic Art Design                3 ________       _____           ART     241   Advanced Drawing          3                  ____    _____
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 SECOND YEAR
 Dept No Fall Semester                           Hrs Sem           Gr             Dept      No Spring Semester                        Hrs    Sem    Gr
 PHYSICAL & LIFE SCIENCES                        4_________       _____           SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                         3     ____ _____
 SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                    3 ________       _____           COM 121 Principles of Speaking                       3     ____ _____
 ART 162 Advanced Art Design                     3 ________       _____           ART 223 Renaissance to                               3     ____ _____
 ART 222 Prehistory to Medieval Art              3 ________       _____                     Contemporary Art
 ELECTIVE                                        3 ________       _____           ART 260 Art Portfolio                                1     ____ _____
                                                16                                ELECTIVE                                             3
                                                                                  ELECTIVE                                             3     ____ _____
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  ART ELECTIVES: ART 143-3 Painting, ART 142-3 Sculpture, ART 144-3 Printmaking, ART 163-3 Mural Painting, ART 221-3 Beginning
  Ceramics/Pottery, ART 243-3 Advanced Painting, ARTCA 121-3 Computer Art I, ARTCA 122-3 Computer Art II, ARTGD 121-3 Graphic Design I,
  ARTGD 122-3 Graphic Design II, ART 260 Art Portfolio. Art Electives may be substituted for other Art classes in the curriculum.
  Art Education majors are encouraged to enroll in Sculpture and Beginning Painting.

  Required for Illinois Teacher Certification: ENG 245-3 or ENG 246-3, HIST 242-3, HIST 141-3 or HIST 161-3. See the Secondary Education
  Curriculum Guide in the college catalog. Illinois Art Education Certification is K-12.


HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS: 9 semester hours. At least one course must be taken from each area.
Area 1 ___ART 121-3 (F2 900) Art Appreciation           ;___MUS 121-3 (F1 900) Music Appreciation            ___COM 128-3 (F2 905) Film Appreciation
       ___ART 222-3 (F2 901) Prehistory to Medieval Art ___MUS 126-3 (F1 904) Intro to American Music        ___THTR 121-3 (F1 907) Introduction to Theater
       ___ART 223-3 (F2 902) Renaissance to Contemporary Art

Area 2 ___ENG 241-3 (H3 903) Introduction to Poetry       ___ENG 261-3 (H3 914) American Literature I        ___PHIL 121-3 (H4 900) Introduction to Philosophy
       ___ENG 243-3 (H3 902) Introduction to Drama        ___ENG 262-3 (H3 915) American Literature II       ___PHIL122-3 (H4 906) Fundamentals of Logic
       ___ENG 245-3 (H3 906) World Literature             ___HUM 221-3 (HF 902)* Western Culture I           ___PHIL 221-3 (H4 904) Fundamentals of Ethic
       ___ENG 246-3 (H3 907) Modern Literature            ___HUM 222-3 (HF 903)*Western Culture II           ___PHIL 224-3 (H5 904N) Comparative Religions

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: 9 semester hours. Course must be taken from at least two different areas.
Area 1 ___ANP 121-3 (S1 900N) Anthropology                 ___PSYC 121-3 (S6 900) Introduction to Psychology ___SOC 121-3 (S7 900) Introductory Sociology
       ___ECE 141-3 (S6 903) Child Development             ___PSYC 221-3 (S6 903) Child Psychology           ___SOC 141-3 (S7 901) Intro to Social Problems
                                                                                                             ___SOC 221-3 (S7 902) The Family in Society
Area 2 ___HIST 121-3 (S2 902) Western Civilization to 1648 ___HIST 141-3 (S2 910N) Latin American History    ___HIST 241-3 (S2 900) U.S. History to 1865
       ___HIST 122-3 (S2 903) West Civilization from 1648 ___HIST 161-3 (S2 906N) African Culture            ___HIST 242-3 (S2 901) U.S. History from 1865
       ___HIST 124-3 (S2 905N) Non-West Civilizations II

Area 3 ___ECON 121-3 (S3 901) Macroeconomics              ___GEOG 121-3 (S4 900N) Geography of Man           ___GOVT 121-3 (S5 900) American Government
       ___ECON 122-3 (S3 902) Microeconomics              ___GEOG 281-3 (S4 903N) Economic Geography         ___GOVT 226-3 (S5 904N) Intro International Relations
                                                                                                             ___GOVT 242-3 (S5 902) State & Local Government
PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES: 8 semester hours. At least one course must be taken from each area.
Area 1 ___BIOL 121-4 (L1 900L) Introductory Biology  ___BIOL 221-4 (L1 900L) General Biology I               ___BOT 121-4 (L1 901L) Introduction to Botany
       ___BIOL 141-4 (L1 905L) Environmental Science ___AG 121-4 (L1 902L) Animal Science

Area 2 ___CHEM 123-4 (P1 902L) Inorganic Chemistry        ___PHYS 121-4 (P1 900L) Basic Physics
       ___CHEM 121-5 (P1 902L) General Chemistry I        ___PHYS 221-5 (P1 900L) General Physics I


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Commercial Artist, Graphic Artist, Graphic Designer, Art Teacher, Art Director, Art Supply Representative, Curator, Free Lance Artist, Technical
Illustrator, Print maker, Art Broker, Cartoonist, Set Designer, Merchandise Displayer, Jewelry Designer, Interior Designer, Art Librarian, Production Artist,
Textile Designer, Fashion Illustrator, Industrial Designer, Model Maker, Gallery Director, Animator, Layout Artist, Floral Designer, Art Historian,
Displays/Exhibit Artist.

MAJOR EMPLOYERS
Galleries; museums; advertising agencies; graphic art studios; publishing firms; newspapers; manufacturers; schools; colleges and universities; art
supply companies; film or video production studios; retail firms.
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