Feb 27, 2020  
2014-2015 RACC Student Catalog 
    
2014-2015 RACC Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art, AA


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Communications, Arts and Humanities Division

The Art Transfer Program, AA degree in Art, provides a foundation curriculum that parallels Art curricula at four-year institutions, allowing students to enter a baccalaureate program on the junior level or to gain professional expertise in a chosen area.

Program Competencies

  • Use basic art media (materials) to create artworks using proficient craftsmanship
  • Use the elements of design and color theory in the creation of artworks
  • Demonstrate growth in the creative process using divergent or creative thinking and risk taking, using appropriate materials
  • Recognize that different human experiences and cultures represent different aesthetic, creative processes and points of view                
  • Reflect on, or evaluate either orally or in writing, the creative process and product using self-critique or group critique to synthesize ideas or solutions, connecting ideas in a new way
  • Use Art History, in an oral or written manner, to appreciate art and develop a visual arts vocabulary using emotional and intellectual responses (including reasoned judgment)
  • Create a portfolio of work representing the accumulation of knowledge and expertise gained in studio work
  • Demonstrate preparedness to transfer to a four-year program in art

Required Program of Study


See General Education Requirements (36 Credits)


General Education Requirements for the Associate in Arts (AA) 

Major Requirements (18 Hours)


Electives (6 Credit Hours)


Suggested Electives include:

Total Credits=60


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