Visual and Performing Arts

Certificate in Visual Arts

Artwork by former DAT student Andrew JanaveyEarning a certificate in Visual Arts/Studio Arts will reinforce your knowledge of two-dimensional studio art and art appreciation.

These courses are designed to help ease you into college level credited art courses or to continue your study in a more finite direction.

When you're done, you will:

  • have a strong understanding of technique
  • demonstrate skillful application of technique to various projects
  • leave with a comprehensive portfolio of your artwork.

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Certificate Program Requirements and Outcomes

Not all courses are offered in all semesters.

Course Number Course Title Cr.
ART*H111 Drawing I 3
ART*H151 Painting I 3
ART*H101 or
ART*H102
Art History I or
Art History II
3
ART*H112 Drawing II 3
ART*H152 Painting II 3
ART*H121 Two-Dimensional Design 3
ART*H131 Sculpture I 3
Electives Art 6
Total Credit Hours 27

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate mastery of skills and techniques necessary for studio art.
  2. Assemble a comprehensive portfolio of artwork.

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