Integrated Design, B.A.
Bachelor of Arts Requirements Integrated Design, B.A.
1. Major requirements (63 units)
Art and Design Core (18 units)
ARTH 10 and 11 (6 units)
ART 13 (3 units)
ART 16 (3 units)
ART 20 or ID 43 (3 units)
Select one: ART 14, ART 24, ART 30, ART 40, ART 50, or ART 60 (3 units)
Upper-division electives (27 units)
Select from: ART 101,116, 125, 126, 127, 130, 133, 181, 182, 185, 186*, 188; ARTH 132, 136; GD 135, 142, 150, 153, 155, 157, 158, 159, 163, 165, 167, 169, 170, 171, 174; ID 111, 113, 116,120, 134, 136, 137, 138, 149, 150, 152; MCJ 131S, 144, 146, 148
2. General Education requirements (49 units)
3. Other requirements (9 units)
American Government and Institutions (PLSI 2), Multicultural and International (MI), and Upper-division writing
4. Sufficient elective units to meet required total units (varies)
5. Total units (120)**
* See advisor for prerequisites.
** G.E. and MI courses can be double counted with major requirements. The writing requirement may be met by taking the upper-division writing exam. This total indicates that courses in G.E. Breadth C1 and G.E. Breadth E1 may be applied to the art major. These courses include ARTH 10, 11; ART 20, 40, 50 (G.E. C1); ART 13 (G.E. E1). Consult the department chair or advisor for additional details.
- All courses required for the major must receive a letter grade.
- Student work may be retained for a limited period for display and accreditation visits.
- The upper-division writing skills requirement can be met by passing the university examination or by completing a W course with a letter grade of C or higher, to be taken no sooner than the term in which 60 units are completed.
- A grade of C or higher in all graphic design coursework is necessary for successful completion of the major. Any course required as a prerequisite must be completed with a grade of C or better before registration in the subsequent course.
The faculty of the department offer diverse, skilled, and professional approaches to art and design education. The methods of teaching reflect distinctive yet complementary ways and means of introducing their disciplines while guiding students through the program with a sense of dedication and commitment to the education of artists, designers, and scholars.
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