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Fine Arts

Under the personal direction of qualified artists, students are first introduced to the fundamentals of art and later to higher levels of theory and techniques. Advanced students are guided toward independent study, in the medium of their choice, and are shown how to prepare a resume and professional portfolio. Small classes and personal attention from professionals make Marian University’s art environment a place to learn and grow in the fine arts.

Requirements for Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) in Art

37 Credits, 27 credits in studio art courses including ART 104, 106 or 109, 201, 206, 221, 255 490, 491, and two additional art courses.  The major is completed with a minimum of 10 credits of art history courses including ARH 240 and two 300-level ARH courses.

Minor in Art

25 credits including ART 104, 106 or 109, 201, 206, 221, ARH 240, one upper-level art history course and one upper-level art elective. 

Accredited Off Campus Courses

Marian University art majors may take up to 12 credits of pre-approved activities courses at the Indianapolis Art Center for application to their degree at Marian University. These are courses not normally offered at Marian University.

Studio Lab Fees

Lab fees are assessed on most art studio courses to defray the cost of expendable materials. Lab fees are published in each semester’s schedule of classes.

For More Information Contact
Jamie Higgs, Ph.D.
jhiggs@marian.edu 
liberalarts@marian.edu
317.955.6432

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