九力热线视频精品免费All transfer Art + Design students apply to one of the following majors in the College of Fine and Applied Arts: Art Education, Art and Art History, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Photography, Studio Art (BA), or Studio Art (BFA). Studio Art concentrations (general studio art, new media, painting, printmaking, and sculpture) are declared in the first year of study. Undecided students apply to Art Undeclared. Art Undeclared students will declare their Art + Design major by March 1 of their first year of study. Art Undeclared students' first-year coursework will include courses in drawing, 2D, 3D, and 4D practices.
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Transfer students who meet the admission requirements of the College of Fine and Applied Arts () are eligible to apply to one of the School of Art + Design's BFA degree programs: Art Education, Art and Art History, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Photography, Studio (BA), or Studio (BFA).
Undecided students apply to Art Undeclared. Art Undeclared students' first-year coursework will include courses in drawing, 2D, 3D, and 4D practices. Art Undeclared students will declare their Art + Design major by March 1 of their first year of study.
|ARTD 151 — Introduction to Graphic Design||ARTD 101 — Introduction to Industrial Design||ARTS 241 — Image Practice||ARTF 102 — Observational Drawing|
|ARTS 251 — Beginning Painting||ARTS 201 — Crafts Design (Ceramics, Metal)||ARTS 243 — Times Arts I||ARTF 104 — Expressive Drawing|
|ARTD 160 — The Image World (Photography)||ARTS 280 — Beginning Sculpture||ARTS 244 — Interaction I||ARTF 106 — Visualization Drawing|
|ARTS 205 — Introduction to Printmaking|
The second part of the application process involves submitting a portfolio of your creative work to the School of Art + Design. We encourage you to submit your application form and fees to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at the same time you submit your portfolio to the School of Art + Design.
The portfolio is a collection of your recent work that illustrates your ability for advanced study as an art and design practitioner, educator or historian. If you have strong works in a variety of media, consider including that range in your portfolio. Your images and objects tell us a great deal about your ideas and process. That information translates easily across all media, to all programs. The portfolio should consist of 10 examples of your recent work, and may include up to 2 videos (optional).
Portfolios will be evaluated in terms of the quality of the candidate's skills, artistic perception, theoretical knowledge, and their sense of composition, form, imaginative imagery, technical skills, and ability to articulate and communicate ideas.