Art • Associate in Arts

Transfer Program

Total Credit Hours: 62-64

Colleague Code: AA.ART

Curriculum Code: AAD 100

Program Information:

  • For students who wish to receive humanities credit, but do not wish to pursue a major in the field of art.
  • Prepares students majoring in art for advanced programs at the university level.
  • For elementary and secondary education majors to satisfy state teacher-certification requirements.
  • Students planning to transfer are recommended to verify senior-institution requirements, which vary.
  • Students who are planning on teaching art in a secondary school are required to take and pass the Test of Academic Proficiency (TAP) prior to transferring to an upper-division institution. Please contact the Education program at 217-786-2378 or 217-786-2391 for further information.

For Program Information Contact:

Arts and Humanities Department at 217.786.2318 or 217.786.2329 or see an academic advisor.

Recommended Course Sequence:

First Semester:

ART 102Two-Dimensional Design I

3

ART 103Drawing I

3

ART 204Art History-Survey of Western Art I

3

EGL 101Composition I

3

MAT 104General Education Mathematics

3

Second Semester:

ART 104Drawing II

3

ART 205Art History-Survey of Western Art II

3

EGL 102Composition II

3

Studio Art Program Course

3

Life Science Selection

3-4

Third Semester:

ART 115Three-Dimensional Design

3

Social Science Selection

3

Humanities Selection

3

Physical Science Selection

3-4

Fourth Semester:

ART 110Professional Practices in Art

1

Studio Art Program Course

3

Social Science Selection

3

CMN 101Public Speaking Fundamentals

3

Social Science Selection

3

Humanities or Fine Arts Selection

3

Course Requirements:

Required General Education Courses (9 credits)

CMN 101Public Speaking Fundamentals

3

EGL 101Composition I

3

EGL 102Composition II

3

Recommended General Education Courses (28-30 credits).

Please see your advisor for course planning.

ART 204Art History-Survey of Western Art I

3

MAT 104General Education Mathematics

3

Humanities Selection

3

Humanities or Fine Arts Selection

3

Life Science Selection*

3-4

Physical Science Selection

3-4

PSY 101Introduction to Psychology

3

Social Science Selection

3

Social Science Selection

3

Recommended Program Courses (28 credits)

ART 102Two-Dimensional Design I

3

ART 103Drawing I

3

ART 104Drawing II

3

ART 106Introduction to Computer Art

3

ART 110Professional Practices in Art

1

ART 112Silkscreen Graphics Pre-Production

3

ART 115Three-Dimensional Design

3

ART 205Art History-Survey of Western Art II

3

Studio Art Course

3

Studio Art Course

3

Studio Art Courses (choose 6 credits)

ART 116Introduction to Graphic Design

3

ART 118Ceramics I

3

ART 124Digital Photography I

3

ART 211Painting I

3

ART 212Painting II

3

ART 215Sculpture

3

ART 218Ceramics II

3

ART 221Printmaking I

3

ART 222Printmaking II

3

ART 208 may be substituted for ART 205.

Art majors should not take ART 101 to fulfill the Fine Arts requirement.

Studio art electives should be in at least two different media areas.

* Credit must be earned in both the life and physical science areas; must be selected from the list of General Education Core Curriculum Courses and must include one laboratory course