Bachelor Degree in Applied Arts in Iowa in USA

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Applied Arts

Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

Commonly referred to as the “Hawkeye state” or “America’s heartland” owed to its positioning, the state of Iowa has been ranked as one of the safest places to live time and again. With three major public universities and a host of numerous private institutions and colleges, the state can boast of having a reputable education system.

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Bachelor in Art

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

Art majors are guided in small classes by practicing artists who are experienced teachers. [+]

Bachelors in Applied Arts in Iowa in USA. Art majors are guided in small classes by practicing artists who are experienced teachers. They learn to express their creativity in diverse media including painting, drawing, ceramics, photography, installation, sculpture, screen printing, and digital media. Art students also gain the inspiration of great works of art from many eras and cultures in art history classes, and learn to appreciate art as an expression of consciousness, their own Self. The BA program cultivates creativity, perception, and problem-solving, abilities which are valuable throughout life. For students who aspire to a career in the arts, we recommend the BFA program. BA Program Assessment Every year a Visiting Evaluator assesses our students’ performance on the objectives listed below. The Evaluator, an experienced art professor at another university or art school, compares MUM students with the students he or she has taught. MUM art students often rate in the top 20% of all students the Evaluator has worked with, and some students rate in the top 10%. Here are some comments from Evaluators: “Your students are awake, enlivened and engaged.” “The student work, both academic and creative, reflected a general sense of student well being…” “The strengths are knowledgeable, experienced teachers with an eye to the big picture…” “Your strengths are a dedicated and hardworking faculty, the rich committed environment and attitudes of your students, and the spiritual grounding you have given your students.” These outcomes are cultivated throughout the art curriculum and are strongly developed in the courses listed under each section. Learning Outcomes For The BA Program 1. Appreciate the development of consciousness 2. Appreciate art in the light of consciousness 3. Gain an inspiring knowledge of art history 4. Cultivate writing skills 5. Polish presentation skills 6. Develop research skills 7. Cultivate studio practice 8. Encourage the expression of uplifting values [-]

Bachelor in Art

Buena Vista University (BVU)
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Storm Lake

Become a professional exhibiting artist. Teach students how to work with their core beliefs and question not what art was but what it is and will be. [+]

Bachelor in Art Become a professional exhibiting artist. Teach students how to work with their core beliefs and question not what art was but what it is and will be. Manage an art gallery and design innovative displays. A firm grounding in art theory, production, and criticism will allow you to pursue various avenues in the art world. Through your studies, you will gain technical and conceptual understanding of the art discipline, and delve into many subjects including art history, painting, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography and drawing. You will have round-the-clock access to top-notch facilities and equipment and ample opportunity to display your work in BVU’s large art gallery or other exhibition areas. Art students also have an extensive variety of studio processes available to them, including resin-bonded sand casting, wood carving, metal fabrication and welding. As part of your studies, you will develop professional skills through internships and study abroad opportunities. You will also work alongside expert professors who are practicing artists and are committed to teaching, research and lifelong learning. In addition to honing your technical abilities and producing professional work, you will learn to think critically, communicate clearly and work creatively. Art courses Major: 51 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART 310 Painting ART 320 Sculpture ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography ART 392 Junior Seminar ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 492 Senior Seminar ART 493 Senior Exhibition 9 credit hours from ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms (class not taken above) ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography (class not taken above) ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 460 Advanced Drawing ART 495 Internship DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography GDES 349 Graphic Design Art and Art Education majors must earn a final grade of C- or better in all Art courses. Major in art with teaching licensure (K-8): Art major plus: EDUC 451 K-8 Art Methods and Field Experience EDUC 460 Professional Seminar III: Elementary Student Teaching (K-8 Art Plus requirements listed under elementary education and education core Major in art with teaching licensure (5-12): Art major plus: SEDU 365 Methods of Reading in the Content Areas SEDU 401 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art and Field Experience SEDU 490 Professional Seminar III: Secondary Student Teaching Plus requirements listed under secondary education and education core Major in art with teaching licensure (K-8 & 5-12): Art major plus: EDUC 451 K-8 Art Methods and Field Experience EDUC 460 Professional Seminar III: Elementary Student Teaching (K-8 Art) SEDU 365 Reading in the Content Areas SEDU 401 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art and Field Experience SEDU 490 Professional Seminar III: Secondary Student Teaching Plus requirements listed under secondary education and education core Minor in Art: 21 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II 9 credit hours from ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History 6 credit hours from ART 310 Painting ART 320 Sculpture ART 331 Ceramics: Introduction to Wheel Throwing or ART 332 Ceramics: Handbuilding and Sculptural Forms ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio or ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography ART 415 Advanced Topics in Two Dimensional Art ART 425 Advanced Topics in Three Dimensional Art ART 460 Advanced Drawing DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography Minor in Art History: 25 credit hours ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART 497 Senior Directed Research HIST 111 World Civilizations I and HIST 112 World Civilizations II or HIST 121 The Emergence of Western Civilization and HIST 122 The Revolutions of Western Civilizations 6 credit hours from HIST 125 Asian Civilizations (research paper is strongly encouraged to assist with graduate school requirements) HIST 284 Empires: The Colonial Experience HIST 320 History of the Middle East HIST 349 Modern Europe HIST 360 History of China HIST 362 History of Japan [-]