May 06, 2021
The Graphic Design emphasis will be within the Bachelor of Arts - 4 years: Art. The total semester credit hours required for the Graphic Design emphasis is 120 sch. The students will complete the required art core of 15 sch (5 classes). The emphasis will require 12 sch (4 classes) and an Internship in Graphic Design 3sch (1 class). Students will take additional studio and art history classes to fulfill the requirements for the graphic design emphasis.
Students must complete a minor from one of the following disciplines, Marketing, Communication or Computer Science to fulfill their Minor requirement (see catalog for minor requirements). The upper level electives of 6 sch (2 classes) can be taken in art or their minor. Students pursuing the graphic design emphasis are required to enter one competition (local, area, state, national, or international) prior to graduation.
General Education Requirements (42 sch)
History (U.S. History) (6 sch)
Language, Philosophy, and Culture (3 sch)
Life and Physical Sciences (6 sch)
Political Science (U.S., State of Texas and Local Government) (6 sch)
Social and Behavioral Science (3 sch)
Other Component Area Option (0-3 sch)
Degree Requirements (54 sch)
All Art majors are required to meet the visual arts core prior to taking upper-level courses. Students transferring to UT Permian Basin must also meet these requirements before taking junior and senior level Art courses.
Freshman Visual Arts Core (15 sch)
Sophomore Courses (9 sch)
Junior or Senior Level Art Requirements (30 sch)
- Sculpture (3 sch)
- Painting (3 sch)
- Printmaking (3 sch)
- Drawing (3 sch)
- Ceramics (3 sch)
- Art History (3 sch)
- ARTS 3348
- ARTS 4348
- ARTS 4392
- Art Elective (3 sch)
Minor (18 sch)
Students must complete a minor from one of the following disciplines:
Junior or Senior Level Electives to Complete 120 sch (6 sch)
Electives can be taken in art or the selected minor.
Students pursuing the graphic design emphasis are required to enter one competition (local, area, state, national, or international) prior to graduation.