Oct 18, 2019  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art, Design Track, BA


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Major Requirements


In this track, design is presented as a universally applicable method for envisioning change, developing effective plans for achieving that change, and then efficiently putting those plans into action through hands-on practice. Merging design thinking, aesthetics, and hands-on inquiry within the context of sustainability offers opportunities to consider the making process through a systems approach that integrates cultural values, social needs, and ecological impacts. Grounded in a deep understanding of materials and process, centered in skillful practice, and connecting the arts, humanities, and sciences, the sustainable designer/maker seeks to balance the tension between artisanal and industrial production modes in order to provide for the material and technological needs of a just society while respecting the boundaries and limits of the ecosystems that are the source of working materials.

Foundations: 12 Credits


Concept and Context: 10 Credits


Practice: 28 Credits


Total: 50 Credits


Design Electives


Design: Design Foundation Electives


Design Leadership Electives:


Design Art History Electives:


  • Any ARTHI course

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