B.F.A. Major Requirements (99 Credits in Art) BFA Curriculum Sheet Within the BFA, concentrations are offered in Sculpture and 3D Design Photography Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Graphic and Interactive Design Animation and Multimedia Interdisciplinary Art History (15 Credits) ARTH 1100 - Western Art I (3 credits) ARTH 2100 - Western Art II (3 credits) ARTH 2400 - Modern Art 1 (3 credits) ARTH 2500 - Modern Art II (3 credits) Art History Elective (3 credits) Studio Foundations (15 Credits) Arts 1050 - Drawing (3 Credits) Arts 1100 - 3-D Design (3 Credits) Arts 1200 - 2-D Design (3 Credits) Arts 1800 - Digitial Methodology (3 Credits) Arts 2050 - Life Drawing (3 Credits) Arts 299 - Portfolio Review: (Portfolio Required) (0 Credits) Fine Arts Studio 2D - 2000 Level (Select 12 Credits, Choose 4) Arts 2200 - Contemporary Color Theory (3 Credits) Arts 2220 - Beginning Painting (3 Credits) Arts 2300 - Printmaking (3 Credits) Arts 2500 - Introduction To Graphic Design (3 Credits) Arts 2600 - Textiles And Design (3 Credits) Arts 2700 - Photography (3 Credits) Arts 2800 - Computer Painting (3 Credits) Fine Arts Studio 3D - 2000 Level (Select 9 Credits Choose 3) Arts 2100 - Sculpture (3 Credits) Arts 2150 - Wood Materials And Design (3 Credits) Arts 2170- Scenery Construction and Design (3 Credits) Arts 2400 - Ceramics (3 Credits) Arts 2850 - 3D Computer Graphics I (3 Credits) Arts 2110 - Sculpture and Digital Media (3 Credits) Fine Arts Studio Electives by Advisement (42 Credits: 15 must be from the 3000 or 4000 level courses within your BFA area of emphasis) Senior Thesis Requirements Arts 4940 - Thesis Seminar (3 Credits) Arts 4950 - Senior Thesis Project (3 Credits) All studio foundation courses must be completed by the end of sophomore year. Upper level studio courses must be taken according to pre req. in catalogue. UCC Requirements (31 Credits) Beginning Fall 2011, the University Core Curriculum (the Core) will be the general education program of William Paterson University for students entering Fall 2011 or later. Students create their Core experience by choosing a sequence of 13 (thirteen) courses from each of the following six areas of study. Each area and sub-area will have a variety of courses to choose from. *First Year Seminar (required for 1st year students & transfers with less than 12 credits) 1. Personal Well-Being (1000 or 2000 Level) Choose from approved list of courses (3 credits) 2. Expression (1000 or 2000 Level) ENG 1100 - College Writing (3 credits) ENG 1500 - Experiences in Literature (3 credits) 3. Ways of Knowing (1000 or 2000 Level) PHIL 1100 - Intro to Philosophy (3 credits) HIST 1030 - Foundations of Civilization (3 credits) Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 credits) Scientific Perspectives (4 credits) Quantitative Thinking (3 credits) - MATH 1100 or higher 4. Diversity and Justice (2000 Level) Choose from approved list of courses (3 credits) 5. Community and Civic Engagement - Not Required for the BFA 6. Global Awareness (2000 or Higher Level) Choose from approved list of courses (3 credits) TOTAL CREDITS: 31 Courses in Areas Four, Five and Six (Diversity and Justice, Community and Civic Engagement, and Global Awareness) may be within student majors. Such courses can thus be used to satisfy both, Core and major requirements. Students at WPU are required to complete four (4) Writing Intensive (WI) courses and two (2) Technology Intensive (TI) courses. These courses are not additional “stand-alone” courses but any course — within the Core, or any major or any minor or any free elective — that has been designated as a WI or TI course. TOTAL CREDITS TO GRADUATE: 129 *Student entering before Fall 2011 remain on the General Education track, rather than the UCC as listed above. Please see your advisor for General Education requirements.