A minimum of 4 courses (12 semester
credits) in studio arts and crafts is required.
Drawing (3 semester credits): 1 course in representational drawing including figure drawing,
object drawing, and perspective. (Do not substitute courses in design,
printmaking, stage design, or architectural drafting for these requirements.)
Painting (3 semester credits): 1 course in representational painting (still-life, figure, and/or
landscape) using traditional painting materials and techniques.
Three-dimensional Design (3 semester credits): 1 course in sculpture, ceramics, glass, weaving, woodworking, or
Studio Arts and Crafts (3 semester credits): 1 additional course from among the following areas: drawing, color, painting,
printmaking (intaglio, lithography or woodcut), photography, sculpture,
woodworking, ceramics, glassmaking, jewelry making, metal making and
fabrication, weaving, tailoring, pattern making, papermaking, bookbinding, or letterpress
Conservation and studio portfolio requirements are available
on this page.
NOTE: Studio arts and crafts courses
taken in high school are not accepted. The four required courses must have been
completed for college credit. Applicants are encouraged to have taken an
additional (fifth) studio art course for college credit or through an
established museum or art/craft studio center program.