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Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Major in Art
Bachelor of Science with a Major in Arts Administration
Bachelor of Science in Education With a Major in Art
Bachelor of Science with a Major in Multimedia Studies
Art Minor
Art History Minor
Art Concentration (Non Art Majors Only)
Art Concentration (Art Majors Only)

Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Art (128 cr)
General Education (38 cr)

Required Foundation (37 cr)

Option (Elect one option.)

Second Major or Minor and/or Concentration(s) (32 cr)

General Electives (12 cr) Any art courses, including study tours and advanced studies, may apply.

Bachelor of Fine Artswith a Major in Art (128 cr)
General Education Requirements (38 cr)

Bachelor of Fine Arts Required Core (51 cr)

Options (Elect one option)

Elect any six credits of the following:

* Recommended General Education Courses

Students must maintain continuous enrollment in the BFA program. Students seeking a hiatus must make a formal appeal in the form of a letter to the BFA Committee to extend the program. Enrolled BFA students must present their work annually a the Sophomore/BFA Review throughout the duration of the program. Failure to do so will result in the termination from the BFA program.

Bachelor of science with a Major in Arts Administration (128 cr)
Arts Administration majors are required to attend three Northwest Art Center exhibition receptions and have that verified in the Visual Arts Seminars.

General Education (38 cr)

Required Art Foundation (37 cr)

Required Administration Foundation (30 cr)

Required Communication Arts Foundation (15 cr)

Required English Foundation (3 cr)

Highly Recommended Electives (8 cr)

Minimum Total Credits for Graduation (128)

Bachelor of Science in Education with a Major in Art (128 cr)
General Education (38 cr)

Required Core (48 cr)

K-12 Certification (42 cr)

* Required admission to Teacher Education.

Bachelor of Science with a Major in Multimedia Studies (128 cr)
BS Multimedia Studies majors are expected to attend Northwest Art Center exhibitions and other public art receptions. BS Multimedia Studies majors are expected to enroll in ART 191 (freshmen year), ART 291 (sophomore year), ART 391 (junior year), and ART 491 (senior year). Transfer students may enroll in multiple sections with the consent of their respective instructors. BS Multimedia Studies majors are also expected to participate in a sophomore review and capstone experience in partial fulfillment of their degree. A senior project in Communication Arts may substitute for a capstone experience by enrolling in COMM 392 and COMM 492 with the consent of the respective instructor.

General Education (38 cr)
Multimedia Studies 87-90

Required Foundation-ART (36-39 cr)

Required Foundation-Business Administration (12 cr)

Required Foundation-Communication Arts (27 cr)

Required Foundation-English (6 cr)

Required Foundatio-Music (6 cr)

Electives (0-3 cr)

Art Minor (21 cr)

Art History Minor (21 cr)

Art Concentration (Non Art Majors Only) (15 cr)

Art Concentration (Art Majors Only) (15 cr)