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The offerings in Art are designed for the major who is involved in the production of art and the study of art history, the major intending to teach art, and the non-art major who wishes to develop insight into the fields of studio art and art history.
Major: A minimum of 10 course credits in Art, which include the following eight required courses:  three course credits in art history [AH], one of which must be 260;  three course credits in studio art [SA], one of which must be 103 or 104;  483 (to be taken in the junior or senior year), or ACM 964; and  487 (to be taken in the senior year);  four of the above ten courses must be at or above the 300-level. ART 371 may not be counted toward the major. Transfer students must take a minimum of six art courses, including 483 and 487, from the Cornell College Art Department.
Teaching Major: The same as above, but to include one course credit in painting, one course credit in sculpture, and ART 371. Teaching majors are advised to take courses which provide experience in a variety of media. In addition to the foregoing requirements for the subject major, prospective teachers must also apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program (preferably at the start of their sophomore year) and complete a second major in Secondary Education described under Education.
Minors: Two minors are available. No courses, except ART 103 and ART 104, may be counted toward more than one minor under the supervision of the Department of Art. Transfer students must take at least three art courses from the Cornell College Art Department.
Art History Minor: A minimum of six course credits in Art which include at least four art history courses [AH] and two studio courses [SA], one of which must be 103 or 104. Individual projects and tutorials in art history or studio art will not be counted toward fulfillment of the minor.
Studio Art Minor: A minimum of six course credits in Art which include at least four studio courses [SA], one of which must be 103 or 104, and two art history courses [AH], one of which must be 260. Individual projects and tutorials in art history or studio art will not be counted toward fulfillment of the minor.
103; 203. Drawing I & II
104. Studio Art Basics
151. Art and Culture
202. Ceramics I
237. Surface Design
251. Greek and Hellenistic Art
252. Etruscan and Roman Art
256. Italian Renaissance Art
257. Medusa's Gaze: Art in the Age of Galileo
259. Nineteenth Century Art
260. Modern Art
263. African Art and the Diaspora
266. Art of the Native Peoples of North America
271. Feminist Art
291; 391. Studio Tutorial (1/2-1)
292; 392. Art History Tutorial (1/2-1)
302. Ceramics II
310. Collage and Assemblage
335. Advanced Textiles
343. Observational Painting
344. Abstract Painting
345. Non-Objective Painting
361. Saints and She-Devils
371. Art Methods
375 through 379. Advanced Topics in Art History
483. Art Seminar
487. Senior Thesis
514. Life Drawing (1/4)