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Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree The Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program is a four-year course of study requiring 180 quarter credit hours (equivalent to 120 semester credit hours) and incorporating a foundation studies curriculum, general education curriculum, major program curriculum and electives. The Bachelor of Fine Arts curriculum is designed to focus intently on acquiring knowledge and skill in the arts and design. In the foundation studies curriculum, students receive instruction in basic principles, elements and techniques of art and design. In the general education curriculum, students are exposed to a broad base of knowledge through courses in humanities/fine arts, natural sciences/mathematics, social/behavioral sciences, written and oral communication and computer literacy. In the major program curriculum, students work toward developing knowledge, skills and a level of mastery in a specific discipline. Students are required to take electives throughout the curriculum to broaden their experience and interests.


Undergraduate Certificate SCAD offers certificate programs to provide special preparation in an area complementary to the student’s major or intended profession. Current students may pursue a certificate by contacting their staff adviser. Additional coursework may be required to earn a certificate concurrent with an undergraduate degree. The majority of certificate coursework cannot be redundant


with degree program requirements. Degree-seeking students must complete certificate coursework prior to or within the final quarter of registration in degree coursework. New students may apply for admission to a certificate program by following the undergraduate admission requirements.


Undergraduate Double Majors Many of the undergraduate majors offered at SCAD complement each other, and students may choose to earn a double major. With careful course selection and financial planning, students can double major without prolonging their programs of study substantially. Students who put forth that extra effort gain credentials and expertise that may be invaluable to their careers. In order to double major, undergraduate students must complete all courses unique to each major. Students are not required to duplicate core curriculum courses, nor must they always take two sets of electives; however, a student may not use major coursework for one major to serve as major coursework in the second major. Major coursework for one major may count as free elective or studio credit in the second major program. For information about completing a double major,


undergraduate students should consult with a staff adviser. Students also should check to be sure adequate financial aid is available, if needed, to cover the additional time and costs associated with completing coursework above the minimum credit hours required for a bachelor’s degree.


Undergraduate Minors Minors are designed to broaden students’ education and enhance their employment opportunities. Students enrolled in any bachelor’s degree program may elect to declare a minor outside the major field of study. In each minor program, students must complete required introductory level courses followed by a sequence of advanced courses and/or carefully selected electives.


Required courses in the foundation studies curriculum or in


the general education curriculum may count toward a minor. The minor may require the student to complete more than the minimum number of quarter hours required for graduation, thus, students should check to be sure adequate financial aid is available, if needed, to cover the additional time and cost. Students may choose to complete more than one minor or apply the hours earned for the minor toward the completion of a double major. For information about completing a minor, students should consult with a staff adviser. In order to receive designation of a minor on his or her


transcript, a student must satisfy the following requirements: declare the minor in writing with a staff adviser, successfully complete a minimum of 40 quarter credit hours (eight courses) as specified in the minor course of study, and maintain an overall 2.0 grade point average in the minor.


Military Science (Army ROTC) The Army Department of Military Science is a Senior Division Reserve Officer Training Corps Instructor Group staffed by Army personnel. The department provides a curriculum available to SCAD students that qualifies graduates of SCAD for commission as an officer in the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve or the U.S. National Guard. Qualifying for a commission adds an extra dimension to the student’s employment capability in that, upon graduation from SCAD, the student has either military or civilian employment options. Military science classes are designed to prepare students for


service as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, and also provide knowledge and practical experience in leadership and management that is useful to any facet of society. Students are provided a working knowledge of the organization and functioning of the Department of Defense and the role of the U.S. Army in national security and world affairs. Typically, the first two years of the course of study include


basic military science courses and/or related military skill activities. In the second half of the program, students participate in advanced military science coursework. To be qualified to participate and remain in the advanced course, students must be physically qualified, maintain good standing in academic and military coursework, and demonstrate potential for future leadership success. Courses in military science do not apply toward any degree requirements at SCAD. ROTC scholarships may be available. Entering students should contact the office of admission for more information.


SCAD Core The SCAD core of foundation studies and general education courses is designed to provide undergraduate students with the essential skills necessary for success at SCAD. Foundation studies provide students with a studio foundation that builds visual, conceptual and creative abilities essential to their development as professionals. General education courses in liberal arts are designed to develop students as critical thinkers by providing an intellectual foundation and breadth of knowledge for life-long learning. Students are required to complete SCAD core coursework


within their first 90 hours of study. The organization of these courses into a two-year sequence allows students to complete necessary prerequisites for future study and also prepares them for the work of the major. The SCAD core may consist of a


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