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Crafts

The crafts concentration is designed to provide exposure and knowledge in a wide variety of craft materials including clay, stained glass, wood, enamels, textiles, paper, and metal.

Electives include a wide array of advanced classes in each student's chosen media. This ensures an unlimited opportunity for advanced exploration in crafts.

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Crafts Concentration – 120 credits

A. General Education – 38 credits

B. Additional Degree Requirements – 6 credits

C. General Electives – 11 credits

D.Core Major Requirements – 23 credits

E. Crafts Required Courses – 24 credits

ART 155 – Basic Processes and Principles of Photography – 3 credits
ART 213 - Ceramics I – 3 credits
ART 217 - Fabrics: Surface Design – 3 credits
ART 218 – Design in Stained Glass – 3 credits
ART 224 – Design in Wood – 3 credits
ART 313 – Jewelry and Metal Work – 3 credits
ART 324 – Papermaking – 3 credits
ART – Art History elective at 300 or 400 level – 3 credits

F. Crafts Electives – 3 credits from this list

ART 214 – Ceramics II – 3 credits
ART 309 – Enamels – 3 credits
ART 318 – Advanced Stained Glass I – 3 credits
ART 325 – Advanced Design in Wood – 3 credits
ART 353 – Artists Books – 3 credits
ART 411 – Enamels II – 3 credits
ART 412 – Ceramics Studio II – 3 credits
ART 413 – Jewelry II – 3 credits
ART 414 – Metalsmithing – 3 credits
ART 416 – Advanced Casting – 3 credits
ART 417 – Gem Stone Cutting and Setting – 3 credits
ART 418 – Metal Electroforming – 3 credits
ART 419 – Advanced Jewelry III – 3 credits

G. Art Electives – 15 credits