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Scheduling Classes

View these quick tips for scheduling art classes.
  • Talk to your art faculty advisor about scheduling your classes.
  • It is very important to not delay your program by starting your art foundation courses immediately.
  • Use the Course Planning Worksheet to help with planning out your courses.
  • You are able to complete both the fine art and art major in 4 years with careful planning.
  • Take no more than three studio courses during any one semester.
  • Be mindful of any course sequences and courses that are not offered every semester.
  • Spread our your general education courses to prevent an overload of upper-level studio courses during your junior and senior years.
  • Take your natural science courses as early as possible  because they are difficult to work into a weekly schedule.
  • Twelve credits are required per semester to be considered full time.
  • Use the registrar's course search to see current offerings of art courses for the upcoming semester.


Department of Art Closed Class Policy:
The Department of Art does not maintain waitlists for closed classes.  Students who would like to be added to a closed class should contact the instructor of the closed section to discuss options for being added to the class.

by Clark, Leslie A. last modified Nov 24, 2015 10:20 AM