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Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.

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 Interactive Digital Studies

University Of Northern Iowa
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Cedar Falls

A new innovative program, Interactive Digital Studies (IDS) is about creatively addressing the future. Students in IDS gain an arsenal of digital skills, a firm understanding of digital culture and theory, and a means for responding to our digital world. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Iowa in USA. A new innovative program, Interactive Digital Studies (IDS) is about creatively addressing the future. Students in IDS gain an arsenal of digital skills, a firm understanding of digital culture and theory, and a means for responding to our digital world. Most significantly, the program is a central meeting place for enabling collaboration among the many digitally oriented classes and professors at UNI. The Interactive Digital Studies (IDS) major is interdisciplinary in nature and is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Communication Studies. The Interactive Digital Studies major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours. The Interactive Digital Studies major does not limit the double-counting of credit hours from the Liberal Arts Core. However, no double counting of credit hours is allowed between the different emphases of the Interactive Digital Studies major. Students who are taking Interactive Digital Studies as a second major must take course emphasis areas that do not significantly overlap with the coursework of the first degree program. According to university requirements, students in a second major program must earn "not less than 32 hours of credit beyond the hours required for the degree the student chooses to declare as the first degree." Similarly, for students taking Interactive Digital Studies as a minor, we recommend that the course emphasis area for the minor does not significantly overlap with the coursework of the major degree program. The .ids Major The .ids major is a customizable program of study that can be personalized to your own interests. It consists of three foundation courses, any two digital “bundles” of your choice, and a practicum. The .ids Minor The .ids minor is a great tech-fueled addition to any specialized major program of study. It consists of three foundation courses and one “bundle” of study. The .ids Foundation First our students take foundation classes in the “3 C’s”: Communication, Context, and Culture. COMMUNICATION Interactive Digital Communication (COMM 2555) gives you a solid foundation in creative digital production skills and creative problem solving that you’ll need for all your other .ids classes. This is where you will learn Photoshop to manipulate digital images, Dreamweaver and WordPress to master the design and coding of websites, and After Effects to get a taste of motion graphics and animation. But it’s not just a skills class - You’ll also learn about visual design, writing, and graphic design history to give you powerful visual communication strategies to amplify your ability to articulate and communicate big ideas. CONTEXT Mass Communication and Society (COMM COR 1010) acknowledges that every media industry has been drastically impacted by the Internet and the digital turn. It combines discussions about the media, history and culture, and focuses on how both media industries and audiences create our shared entertainment and information culture. The core ideas of this course are that a diverse media is essential to democracy, culture is an ongoing and cyclical process, and media convergence is the future of mass communication. CULTURE Digital Culture and Communication (COMM 4544/5544) gets you to begin thinking seriously about how the Web connects us, and what kinds of digital innovations are shaping our future. You will learn about the Internet as a positive, social networked sphere with a thriving creative commons, but you will also begin to see the dark side of our hyper-connected world: a digital culture plagued with questions about copyright, government and corporate controls, and issues about privacy and unethical digital citizenship. You will also begin to consider how a life increasingly connected to digital tools is affecting our daily lives. [-]

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. [+]

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 Digital Music

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The concentration in Digital Music gives you a chance to create, produce, and deliver professional-quality music and broadcasts. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Iowa in USA. DIGITAL MUSIC The concentration in Digital Music gives you a chance to create, produce, and deliver professional-quality music and broadcasts. Develop a personal, artistic voice and explore multiple aspects of the music-making process. Get exposed to a diverse range of musical styles and projects ranging from production to broadcasting to music video. Integrate your work with the other Media & Communications concentrations. Score a film or mix the sound for an online animation. And build a portfolio of work ready to demo for production houses and creative agencies. In the Digital Music concentration you will be able to choose your own projects, develop your portfolio and gain expertise in areas including: Composition & songwriting Music technology Melody, harmony, and rhythm Performing Theory Aural skills Radio broadcasting [-]

Bachelor in Digital Arts

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The concentration in Digital Arts combines graphic design, web design, and photography to give you a 21st century edge. [+]

DIGITAL ARTS The concentration in Digital Arts combines graphic design, web design, and photography to give you a 21st century edge. Investigate the core principles of design and how design can be used to transform business, the environment, and community. Communicate via image, sound, and words. Combine image and typography to represent ideas, convey moods, and emotions. Empower your community and amplify the presence of nonprofits and citizen groups. Learn the fundamentals of digital photography through project-based work. Explore photography from a commercial and/or fine arts perspective. And create a powerful portfolio of work to launch a successful career in this ever-growing, ever-changing career area. GRAPHIC DESIGN Choose an area that grows with you, by studying the latest design trends and tools. In this area of the concentration you will be able to choose your own projects, develop your portfolio and gain expertise in areas including: Interactive design Branding campaigns Package design Image manipulation Digital publishing Typography Color palettes WEB DESIGN Nearly all forms of media are converging into digital formats, opening new career opportunities for designers. In this area of the concentration you will be able to choose your own projects, develop your portfolio and gain expertise in areas including: HTML5 & CSS Graphic design for web Web animation & video Layout design & templates Digital imaging PHOTOGRAPHY Learn to translate your vision into a final image using traditional and digital tools, from camera obscura to high dynamic range photography. You can choose a commercial or fine arts direction, or investigate both. You will have access to: Digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLR’s) Professional strobes & seamless paper A green-screen studio Professional lighting equipment Adobe Creative Cloud Digital & darkroom processing Nine-color printer You will study with award winning instructors, such as Ken West, who specializes in high dynamic range (HDR) landscape photography. Internships in photography are also available. Earn while you learn. [-]

Bachelor in Filmmaking

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The concentration in Filmmaking teaches you the skills you need to share your message with the world. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Iowa in USA. FILMMAKING The concentration in Filmmaking teaches you the skills you need to share your message with the world. Create cinema-quality videos using our high-definition cameras, filming studios, professional lighting, green screens, animation facilities, and more. You’ll master the latest technology and equipment. Choose your own projects while learning from successful professionals, in an environment that will support your creative and personal growth. Explore a variety of styles, including documentary, creative, animated, and feature films. You’ll learn and practice the entire filmmaking process — from initial concept through screenwriting, directing, shooting, editing, and production. And gain professional on-set experience working as part of a film crew in project-based courses and internships. In the Filmmaking concentration you will be able to choose your own projects, develop your portfolio and gain expertise in areas including: Producing Directing Editing Cinematography Lighting Screenwriting Animation & special effects Web/radio broadcasting [-]

BM in Music Therapy

Wartburg College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Waverly

The Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy degree is offered for those who wish to complete the coursework aligned with the requirements set by the American Music Therapy Association to qualify for becoming a Board-Certified Music Therapist. [+]

Wartburg College is an accredited, institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Students completing the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) approved music therapy degree program are eligible to sit for board certification by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). Wartburg is the only private college in Iowa to offer the music therapy major. Completion of the Bachelor of Music Education or the Bachelor of Music Education/Music Therapy degree leads to licensure in education in the state of Iowa. The Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy degree is offered for those who wish to complete the coursework aligned with the requirements set by the American Music Therapy Association to qualify for becoming a Board-Certified Music Therapist. A six month internship post coursework is required before sitting for the board certification exam. Music Department Fast Facts Wartburg offers four-year majors/degrees. This means one year less tuition and one more year of salary when compared with a state university. The college offers the only B.A. in church music in Iowa. Wartburg is the only private college in Iowa with a music therapy degree. The music department boasts a 100 percent job/graduate school placement rate for ALL graduates. Wartburg is one of only three colleges in Iowa to be certified by NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education). The college is the only Iowa school that offers ethnomusicology as an active part of the music curriculum. Music education students start field experience in their first year. Course Requirements 30¾-31¼ course credits: Any BI 202 prerequisite BI 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology ED 212 Human Relations MU 105 Music Theory I MU 106 Music Theory II MU 107 Aural Skills I MU 137 Instrumental Methods: Drums MU 158 Therapeutic Improvisation MU 176 Voice Methods I and MU 177 Voice Methods II or MU 229 Voice Pedagogy I MU 183 Introduction to Music Therapy Fieldwork MU 184 Music Therapy Pre-Practicum MU 194 Functional Guitar Class MU 196 Therapeutic Guitar MU 205 Music Theory III MU 207 Aural Skills II MU 210 Principles of Music Therapy MU 211 Music Therapy Musical Foundations MU 214 Music Therapy in Medical and Mental Health MU 284 Music Therapy Practicum I MU 285 Music Therapy Practicum II MU 312 Psychology of Music MU 313 Music and Behavior: Therapeutic Approaches MU 315 Music History I MU 316 Music History II MU 318 20th-Century Music MU 324 Conducting MU 382 Music Therapy Practicum III MU 383 Music Therapy Practicum IV MU 405 Music Therapy Internship MU 410 Current Issues in Music Therapy MU 485 Music Therapy Practicum V PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology PSY 224 Abnormal Psychology PSY 225 Life Span Human Development or SW 201 Human Behavior and the Social Environment PSY 321 Research Methods and Data Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences or SW 321 Social Work Research SW 202 Group and Organizational Behavior SW 250 Current Topics in Social Work Practice (½-1 course credits) One non-applied music course credit Four major applied music credits Two minor applied music credits Participation in music ensemble each term Pass basic guitar skills test Pass basic piano skills test, if non-keyboard emphasis Pass freshman jury Pass music therapy pre-practicum competencies Pass sophomore barrier Third-year recital (15 minutes) Fourth-year recital (30 minutes) or senior presentation Bachman Fine Arts Center Opened in 1991, the Bachman Fine Arts Center houses the departments of music and art. The Bachman Fine Arts Center offers excellent equipment and facilities for rehearsal and practice, 50 grand and upright pianos, 22 practice rooms, and 16 music studios. The building also houses a music therapy facility that includes an observation laboratory. The Presser Music Technology Classroom is equipped with computer equipment, MIDI keyboards, and software for composition, music theory, and ear training. Art facilities include a gallery, graphic design computer stations, classrooms and studios. [-]

Bachelor in Visual Communication and Design

Iowa Wesleyan University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Mount Pleasant

This major includes digital imaging, web, multimedia authoring, animation and illustration. Communications and business courses are integrated into the curriculum and further reflect the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of the Visual Communications and Design major. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Iowa in USA. This major includes digital imaging, web, multimedia authoring, animation and illustration. Communications and business courses are integrated into the curriculum and further reflect the diverse and interdisciplinary nature of the Visual Communications and Design major. The Design Center is the technology hub for many of these courses and is also structured to provide students varied opportunities to work with campus and off-campus clients for credit. The Iowa Wesleyan College art program: promotes understanding, appreciation and interest in the visual arts through a supportive community that encourages experiential learning, personal investigation and insight into the creative process; provides basic general instruction in visual arts activities including: design, visual communications, drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics; and exposes students to current application and theory in visual arts while providing a forum for analysis and synthesis of individual artistic expression. Visual Communication and Design Requirements Visual Communications and Design Major ART 109 Survey of Visual Communication - 3 hrs. ART 201 Foundations of Design - 3 hrs. ART 204 Graphic Layout and Design 3 hrs. ART 207 Photography I - 3 hrs. ART 209 Multimedia Development - 3 hrs. ART 215 Painting I - 3 hrs. ART 219 Drawing I - 3 hrs. ART 269 Interactive Media 3 hrs. ART 304 Graphic Layout and Design II - 3 hrs. ART 379 Advanced Visual Communication and Design - 3 hrs. Three additional hours in studio art selected from the following: ART 381 History of Art I - 3 hrs. ART 382 History of Art II - 3 hrs. ART 383 History of Art III - 3 hrs. ART 499A Senior Seminar - 1 hr ART 499B Senior Seminar - 1 hr. Three additional hours in studio art selected from the following: ART 398 practicum and ART 498 internship - 6-14 hrs. ART 398 practicum and ART 498 internship - 6-14 hrs. Professional preparation: Support Courses BA 320 Marketing - 3 hrs. BA 322 Advertising - 3 hrs. COMM 147 Public Speaking - 3 hrs. COMM 248 Legal and Ethical Issues in Media - 3 hrs. PHIL 215 Ethics for Life and Career - 3 hrs. COMM 260 Video Production - 2 hrs. [-]

Bachelor in Music

Waldorf College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Forest City

The mission of the music department is to offer an undergraduate music program in a liberal arts setting which serves both the student majoring in music as well as the non-major with an interest in growing musically; to cultivate an atmosphere of musical integrity in which the future music professional’s ability to work and think in their field is fully developed... [+]

Bachelor in Music The mission of the music department is: To offer an undergraduate music program in a liberal arts setting which serves both the student majoring in music as well as the non-major with an interest in growing musically. To cultivate an atmosphere of musical integrity in which the future music professional’s ability to work and think in their field is fully developed. To maintain a teaching faculty that models personal and professional integrity, and is committed to students as whole persons—encouraging and supporting them while demanding their very best. To foster an environment for performance and learning which is essentially Christian, including Godly stewardship of time, ability and talent, the creation of a supportive family of goodwill and congeniality, and encouragement of healthy competition. To provide the necessary pre-professional development of the most talented students while providing ample opportunity to those who demonstrate ability and desire, but who commence collegiate studies with less sophisticated performance experience and musical background. To prepare students not only for the profession of music, but also for life-long learning, service to church and community, and enjoyment of their abilities at home. Degree Tracks Music Education Music Performance – Vocal, Instrumental, Piano, Organ Arts Administration Church Music The Music Major Students seeking a bachelor’s degree in music may choose: Music Major with a choice of emphases: Vocal Performance, Instrumental Performance, Keyboard Performance or Church Music Music Education Major which leads to K-12 licensure in the State of Iowa Arts Management Major All bachelor’s degrees in music require completion of the Waldorf Core Curriculum. Music Education majors must fulfill the Social Science requirement (VII) with EDU 210 and PSY 144, and the upper level Religion requirement (III) with REL 400. The Music Major requires a minor in a second academic area. The Humanities Minor and Theatre Minor are designed to complete the Music Major. It is required for the Vocal Performance Emphasis and highly recommended for the others. All music majors who have not passed the piano proficiency exam are required to study piano. Whether it is in piano class or in applied lessons is at the discretion of the music department. [-]

Bachelor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication

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

Create graphics for advertisements, billboards or magazines. Design logos for up-and-coming companies. Develop the layout and graphics for Web pages. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Iowa in USA. Bachelor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication Create graphics for advertisements, billboards or magazines. Design logos for up-and-coming companies. Develop the layout and graphics for Web pages. As a graphic design & visual communication major at BVU, you will learn the skills to work for all types of businesses, large and small, in almost every industry imaginable. Graphic design & visual communication students at BVU get more than a classroom education. Through your studies, you will often have the chance to design projects for real clients on campus and in the community. You will further develop your professional skills through individualized attention, countless internship opportunities, extra-curricular activities and diverse classroom projects. As part of your education, you’ll become proficient with the latest software programs and learn how to design for emerging technology and media. Because you will be actively designing and creating projects throughout your college career, you will also build a competitive portfolio of materials to show potential employers. The program’s emphasis on concept development and practical application will enhance your strategic thinking, problem solving and design skills, and prepare you to work in a number of design-related fields. Graphic Design courses Major: 58 credit hours ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 202 Art Foundations II ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History or ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History or ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History ART/GDES 392 Junior Seminar ART/GDES 492 Senior Seminar ART 493 Senior Exhibition DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 104 Media Studio: Web DIGI 210 Media and Society DIGI 300 Legal and Ethical Perspectives DIGI 304 Multimedia Web Design GDES 223 Graphic Design Foundations GDES 305 History of Graphic Design GDES 349 Graphic Design GDES 350 Typography GDES 449 Advanced Graphic Design GDES 495 Internship (3 credit minimum) Graphic Design and Visual Communication majors must earn a final grade of C- or better in required GDES courses (GDES 223, GDES 305, GDES 349, GDES 350, GDES 392, GDES 449, GDES 492). 9 credit hours from ART 301 Prehistoric and Medieval Art History or ART 302 European Renaissance to Baroque Art History (class not taken above) ART 303 Romanticism to Modern Art History or ART 304 Modern to Contemporary Art History (class not taken above) ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography COMM 230 Business and Professional Communication DIGI 102 Media Studio: Video and DIGI 103 Media Studio: Audio DIGI 220 New Media DIGI 230 Introduction to Integrated Communications DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography GDES 440 Illustration MRKT 306 Principles of Marketing MRKT 355 Consumer Behavior Minor in Graphic Design & Visual Communication: 22 credit hours GDES 223 Graphic Design Foundations GDES 305 History of Graphic Design GDES 349 Graphic Design GDES 350 Typography GDES 449 Advanced Graphic Design Graphic Design and Visual Communication minors must earn a final grade of C or better in required GDES courses (GDES 223, GDES 305, GDES 349, GDES 350, GDES 449). 6 credit hours from ART 201 Art Foundations I ART 340 Printmaking: Intaglio ART 341 Printmaking: Lithography DIGI 101 Media Studio: Photo DIGI 104 Media Studio: Web DIGI 210 Media and Society DIGI 300 Legal and Ethical Perspectives DIGI 301 Advanced Digital Photography DIGI 304 Multimedia Web Design GDES 440 Illustration [-]

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 [-]