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Sculpture, B.F.A.

About the Program

National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) Accredited

High school students applying for admission to the B.F.A. sculpture major need only state his/her intent to major in sculpture to be accepted to the major, assuming required G.P.A. and other college admission standards are met. A portfolio is not required. All students, including transfer students, must undergo a formal portfolio review after completion of FAR 342 (Intermediate II) or the equivalent course for a transfer student.

Each B.F.A. student will be required to mount an individual exhibition of his or her work. It will be planned and installed with the advice of the student’s faculty adviser, but no grade will be assigned.

The Art and Design Department reserves the right to retain student artwork for official purposes, such as exhibits, catalogs, or teaching aids.

About the Art and Design Department

402 Upton Hall
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-6032
Fax: (716) 878-4231
http://artdesign.buffalostate.edu/

Admission Requirements

Admission to the B.F.A. program for high school students is made by stating his/her intent to major in sculpture when applying to the college, assuming G.P.A. and other college admission standards are met. A portfolio is not required. All students, including transfer students, must undergo a formal portfolio review after completion of FAR 342 (Intermediate II) or the equivalent course for a transfer student. The portfolio is to be presented in person or mailed along with a statement of intent as stipulated by the department and should contain examples of work that the candidate believes best display his or her abilities.

Students are expected to assume the costs of materials they use in their courses. All studio courses may have an additional instructional charge for materials used in class. Students enrolled in a studio course are expected to work a minimum of two additional hours each week outside of class for each credit granted for that class.

Students are expected to assume the costs of materials they use in their courses. All studio courses may have an additional instructional charge for materials used in class. Students enrolled in a studio course are expected to work a minimum of two additional hours each week outside of class for each credit granted for that class.

Program Requirements

Intellectual Foundations Requirements
33-39 credit hours 33-39

Major Requirements (78 credit hours)
Required Courses (45 credit hours)
DES 101 INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN TWO DIMENSIONAL I 3
FAR 101 DRAWING I 3
FAR 102 DRAWING II 3
FAR 103 MODELING 3
FAR 104 THEMES AND ISSUES IN THE CONTEMPORARY ARTS 3
FAR 210 INTRODUCTORY PAINTING 3
FAR 220 INTRODUCTORY PHOTOGRAPHY 3
FAR 230 INTRODUCTORY PRINTMAKING 3
FAR 240 INTRODUCTORY SCULPTURE 3
FAR 250 ART HISTORY I 3
FAR 251 ART HISTORY II 3
FAR 363 TWENTIETH-CENTURY ART HISTORY 3
FAR 470 SENIOR SEMINAR IN FINE ARTS 3
Two Art History electives 6

Sculpture (21 credit hours)
FAR 341 INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE I 3
FAR 342 INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE II 3
FAR 343 ADVANCED SCULPTURE 1-9
FAR 440 SENIOR STUDIO IN SCULPTURE 6

Art Electives
12 credit hours

All College Electives
3-9 credit hours 3-9

Total Credit Hours 120

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