B. A. Degree Terminated Effective Spring 2006
The Fine Arts program offers a curriculum with courses in Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Design. The department is instrumental in the training of the students in Art Education and Music Education. The College of Education offers a curriculum leading to an Art Education and Music Education degree. Introductory level courses in Philosophy – PHIL 211 AND 212 – are offered to satisfy general education requirements of other degree granting disciplines. The courses in Humanities are broadly interdisciplinary. They are intended to provide the advanced student with an integrated approach to knowing and understanding his/her cultural heritage and its present forms of expression.
In the post-Katrina era, students may elect a concentration in Art in the General Studies program must complete thirty semester hours in Art. The following Art course content will satisfy the requirements for the Art concentration in General Studies:
FIAR 101 is not a part of the concentration, but is a part of the General Education requirements of the University. It is also offered online.