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AA Art Studio

Associate of Arts - Art Studio (63 Credits)

This degree program provides students with the complete first two years of study toward a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts (BFA) at UNM Albuquerque. An overall GPA of 2.50 is required for graduation. The core curriculum requires one course chosen from any of the lower division non-English language offerings of the Departments of Linguistics, Spanish and Portuguese, and Foreign Languages and Literature. Students whose native language is not English are effectively exempt from this requirement, even if their native language is not offered at the University of New Mexico.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (33):

Communications (9):
ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition 3cr
ENGL 120 Composition III 3cr
ENGL 219, 220 or PHIL 156 3cr
Mathematics (3):
STAT 145 or MATH 150 3cr
Social Sciences/Behavioral Sciences (6):
Select two courses/each course is 3cr/hrs:
AMST 182 or 185; ANTH 101 or 130; ECON 105 or 106; GEOG 102;
LING 101; POLS 110, 200, 220; PSY 105; SOC 101
Physical/Natural Sciences (6):
Select two courses/each course is 3cr/hrs
ANTH 150/151L; ASTR 101/101L; BIOL 110/112L, 123/124L
CHEM 111L, 121L; EPS 101/105L, 201L; GEOG 101; NTSC 261L, 262L, 263L; PHYC 102/102L, 151/151L, 152/152L.
Foreign Language (3)
Select one course from any of the lower division non-English Language offerings o the Departments of Linguistics (inc, Sign Language), Spanish or German.
Electives (6):
Select two courses from any of the lower division Core Curriculum within the categories listed above.

FINE ART CORE (33):

Art History requirements (12):
ARTH 101 Introduction to Art 3cr
ARTH 201 History of Art I 3cr
ARTH 202 History of Art II 3cr
ARTH 250 Modern Art 3cr
Art Studio requirements (9):
ARTS 106 Drawing I 3cr
ARTS 121 Two-Dimensional Design 3cr
ARTS 121 Three-Dimensional Design 3cr
Art Studio (Two core courses from the following):
ARTS 187. 205, 207, 287, and 293.
Arts Studio (Two core courses from the following):
ARTS 157, 168, 213, 257, 268, and 288.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCING:

Recommended Course Sequence for Full-time Students (Part-time Students should see an Academic Advisor to customize their educational plan)

Term 1 - 15cr/hrs

ARTH 101 Introduction to Art History 3cr
ARTS 106 Drawing I 3cr
ARTS 121 Two-Dimensional Design 3cr
ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition 3cr
General Education Elective 3cr

Term 2 - 18cr/hrs

ARTH 202 History of Art II 3cr
ARTS 122 Three-Dimensional Design 3cr
ENGL 120 Composition III 3cr
General Education Elective 3cr
STAT 145 or MATH 150 3cr
Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3cr

Term 3 - 15cr/hrs

ARTS 201 History of Art I 3cr
Art Studio Elective 3cr
Art Studio Elective 3cr
Communications Elective 3cr
Natural Science Elective 3cr

Term 4 - 15cr/hrs

ARTH 250 Modern Art 3cr
Art Studio Elective 3cr
Foreign Language Elective 3cr
Social/Behavioral Elective 3cr
Natural Science w/Lab Elective 4cr

AA Art Studio

Contact Division / Faculty:

Arts and Sciences Division:(505) 863-7572.

Kenneth Roberts,Professor/Fine Arts, Arts & Letters
Phone: (505) 863-7619
Room: GH 2210P
Email: krrobert@unm.edu

John Zimmerman,Assistant Professor, Art Gallery Coordinator
Phone: (505) 863-7774
Room: GH 1232
Email: jzimm58@unm.edu