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Option Art and Design Undergraduate Option  

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This option is offered within the following major(s):
Renewable Materials - College of Forestry



The Art and Design option prepares students to engage with renewable materials on an aesthetic level, whether as interior designers, fine artists, or entrepreneurs. Students will gain not only an in-depth knowledge of renewable materials but also how these materials can function visually within the human space. In addition to the aesthetic aspect, students will gain an understanding of green building materials and green architecture. Students in the A&D option may also earn a visual arts minor by completing 31 credits of applicable course work.



Art and Design Core (55)

ART 115: 2-D Core Studio (4)
ART 117. Foundations: 3-D (4)
ART 131. Drawing Core Studio (4) [Pending approval]
ART 234. Drawing II/Figure (4)
ART 291. Sculpture I (4)
DSGN 121. Computer Aided Design (3)
MTH 245. *Mathematics for Management, Life, and Social Sciences (4)
ST 201. Principles of Statistics (4)
ST 202. Principles of Statistics (4)
WSE 211. Woodturning with Science I (4)
WSE 266. *Industrial Hemp (3)
WSE 392. *Bamboolooza: The Fascinating World of Bamboo (3)
WSE 414. ^Art and Design Capstone (4)

Approved Area of Concentration: A 24-credit program of study proposed by the student and approved by the WSE Department Head, including 12 upper division studio credits plus 12 credits of Restricted Electives from the list below.

Restricted Electives (minimum of 12 credits)

ART 101. *Introduction to the Visual Arts (3)
ART 121. Foundations: Computers in Visual Arts (4)
ART 208. *Introduction to Asian Art (3)
ART 215. Color in the Visual Arts (4)
ART 263. Digital Photography (4)
ART 310. *Early Chinese Art and Archaeology (3)
ART 311. *Late Chinese Art and Culture (3)
ART 313. *Art of Japan (3)
ART 331. Drawing Concepts (4)
ART 351. Installation (4)
ART 367. *History of Design (3)
WSE 350. Secondary Products Design and Manufacturing (3)
WSE 413. Woodturning with Science II (4)
   or ART 413. Woodturning with Science II (4)
WSE 450. Entrepreneurial Product Development I (3)
WSE 451. Entrepreneurial Product Development II (3)
WSE 499. Special Topics [Peru Study Abroad] (6)

Total=67


Baccalaureate Core Courses (15–18)

(Not satisfied by the Renewable Materials core or the option.)

Courses meeting other Baccalaureate requirements for the following categories not specified by the Renewable Materials Core or the option can be found in the OSU Catalog online at http://catalog.oregonstate.edu/bcc.aspx.

Lifetime Fitness (3)
Cultural Diversity (3)
Difference, Power, and Discrimination (3)
Western Culture OR Social Processes and Institutions (3)
Contemporary Global Issues (3)

Plus additional Free Electives sufficient to ensure 180 total credits (60 must be upper division).

Note: Completion of the A&D option and meeting additional studio and grade requirements will fulfill the requirements for a transcript visible Visual Arts minor.


Footnotes:

* Baccalaureate Core Course
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)

 

Sample Four-Year Plan: Art and Design Option


First Year


Fall Term (14–15)

CH 121. General Chemistry (5)
COMM 111. *Public Speaking (3)
  or COMM 114. *Argument and Critical Discourse (3)
FOR 111. Introduction to Forestry (3)
MTH 111. College Algebra (4) [If math placement not high enough for MTH 245]
  or Free elective (3–4)

Winter Term (18)

ART 115: 2-D Core Studio (4)
CH 122. *General Chemistry (5)
MTH 245. *Mathematics for Management, Life, and Social Sciences (4)
WR 121. *English Composition (3)
WSE 111. Renewable Materials for a Green Planet (2)

Spring Term (17)

ART 117. Foundations: 3-D (4)
ART 131. Drawing Core Studio (4) [Pending approval]
DSGN 121. Computer Aided Design (3)
FOR 112. Computing Applications in Forestry (3)
HHS 231. *Lifetime Fitness for Health (2)
Physical Activity Course (1)

Sophomore Year


Fall Term (15)

ART 234. Drawing II/Figure (4)
FES 240. *Forest Biology (4)
WSE 211. Woodturning with Science I (4)
WSE 250. CAD: Computer Aided Design (3)

Winter Term (14–15)

ST 201. Principles of Statistics (4)
WR 214. *Writing in Business (3)
  or WR 327. *Technical Writing (3)
WSE 210. *Renewable Materials Technology and Utilization (4)
Restricted Elective (3-4)

Spring Term (14)

ART 291. Sculpture I (4)
ST 202. Principles of Statistics (4)
WSE 225. Principles of Architectural Design with Renewable Materials (3)
WSE 266. *Industrial Hemp (3)

Junior Year


Fall Term (15–18)

WSE 320. Anatomy of Renewable Materials (3)
WSE 321. Chemistry of Renewable Materials (3)
Cultural Diversity Baccalaureate Core course (3–4)
Literature and the Arts Baccalaureate Core course (3–4)
Restricted Elective (3–4)

Winter Term (13–19)

WSE 322. Physical and Mechanical Properties of Renewable Materials (4)
WSE 392. *Bamboolooza: The Fascinating World of Bamboo (3)
Difference, Power, and Discrimination Baccalaureate Core course (3–4)
Social Processes and Institutions Baccalaureate Core course (3–4)
Restricted Elective (3–4)

Spring Term (12–14)

WSE 324. Renewable Materials Laboratory (3)
WSE 351. Advanced CAD: Computer Aided Design (3)
Restricted Elective (3–4)
Restricted Elective (3–4)

Senior Year


Fall Term (15–18)

WSE 352. CAM for the CNC Router and Laser Engraver (3)
WSE 465. Renewable Materials Manufacturing Experience (2)
Upper Division Art Studio course (4)
Free elective (3–4)
Free elective (3–4)

Winter Term (19)

WSE 413. Woodturning with Science II (4)
   or ART 413. Woodturning with Science II (4)
WSE 414. ^Art and Design Capstone (4)
WSE 453. ^Forest Products Business (3)
Upper Division Art Studio Course (4)

Spring Term (13–15)

Upper-Division Art Studio Course (4)
Contemporary Global Issues Baccalaureate Core (3)
Free elective (3–4)
Free elective (3–4)

Total=180


Option Code: 478




 
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