The Design Core consists of four foundation courses that familiarize students with the language of art, applying the elements and principles of art and design, concept-forming basics, problem solving, the design process, materials, and safety. Students are advised to complete the four design core courses by the end of their sophomore year or earlier. The Design Core must be completed before enrolling in any 300 or 400 level studio course.
These lower-level art courses have a priority registration designation to reserve seats for declared art majors or minors. All of these courses are offered in fall and spring and are three-credit courses unless noted otherwise. Seek advising early.
ART 101: Tools, Safety and Materials (1 credit)
ART 105: Drawing
ART 106: Design Methods
ART 107: Two-Dimensional Design
ART ADVISOR: Alison Gates, Chair of Art email@example.com
Declare your Major in Art with the Art Advisor as soon as possible or before your sophomore year.
ART Course Descriptions
General education requirements | UWGB Registrar