NVCC 2002-2003 Catalog
    Instructional Programs

FINE ARTS
Photography Specialization AL, WO  

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Purpose: The Photography specialization is designed for students who seek employment in the applied arts field.

Recommended Preparation: Satisfactory aptitude in visual art.

First Year1st Semester2nd Semester

   ART101Hist. & Appreciation of Art I3
   ART121Drawing I4
   ART131Fund. of Design I4
   ENG111College Composition I3
   PHT101Photography I3
   STDElective1
 
   ART102Hist. & Appreciation of Art II 3
   ART122Drawing II 4
   ART132Fund. of Design II 4
   ENG112College Composition II 3
PED116Lifetime Fitness & Wellness 1
   PHT102Photography II 3

Total Credits/Semester1818

Second Year1st Semester2nd Semester

HUMElective3
   ___PHTor General Elective4
   PHT110History of Photography3
   PHTElective3
___Social Science Elective3
 
HUMElective 3
   MTH151Math for the Liberal Arts I 3
PED/RPK 1
___Social Science Elective 3
   SPD110Intro. to Speech Communication 3

Total Credits/Semester1613

Total credits for the A.A.A. Degree in Fine Arts with a Specialization in Photography = 65.

To graduate from a degree program, students entering NVCC Fall 1999 or later must demonstrate computer competency skills as described in the Degree Requirements section of the Instructional Programs of this catalog.

1 The PED requirement may be met by one of the following options: PED 116, 2 cr.; PED 116, 1 cr. plus a PED activities course, 1 cr.; or PED 116, 1 cr. plus RPK 205, 216, or 225. PED 116 is offered as both a 1-credit and a 2-credit course.

2 The Humanities/Fine Arts elective may be selected from art (ART), humanities (HUM), music (MUS), philosophy (PHI), religion (REL), sign communication (SCM), speech and drama (SPD 100, 110, 115, 126, or 229), foreign languages, or 200-level literature (ENG) courses.

3 The social science elective may be selected from the following: economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, or sociology (includes anthropology).


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