Art (studio) Major with Arts Administration Concentration (BA)
Degree requirements. Students earning the bachelor of arts (BA) degree with a major in art with an arts administration concentration must complete all University, college (see p. 50-52), and departmental degree requirements. This includes the general education requirements; the following major requirements; all requirements for an approved minor in business administration, entrepreneurship, management, or world business; and sufficient other credits to total a minimum of 120 applicable semester hours.
Admission into the major. Students are expected to formally declare a major no later than the fourth semester of full-time enrollment (or at 61 semester hours for transfer students). With the assistance of an advisor in the major department, students should complete the “Declaration of Major” form.
Grade point average. A 2.0 grade point average in the major is required for completion of the degree. The major GPA is calculated based on all courses applicable to the major that the student has attempted at UA and all work attempted applicable to the major throughout the entire higher education career.
Major courses. The major in art (studio) with the arts administration concentration culminating in a BA degree requires the following 30 semester hours:
Upper-level residency. A minimum of 12 hours in 300- and 400-level courses in the major must be earned on this campus.
Ancillary courses. Grades in ancillary courses are not computed into the major GPA. The major in art (studio) with the arts administration concentration requires the successful completion of the following courses outside the major:
|ARH 252, ARH 253, or ARH 254||3|
|ARH 380, ARH 381, ARH 383, ARH 385, ARH 400, or ARH 481||6|
Required minor. This major requires the completion of a minor in business administration, entrepreneurship, management, or world business. See listings in the College of Commerce and Business Administration.
Additional major requirements. Students are responsible for ensuring that they have met all University, college, major, and minor requirements. However, each student must meet with an advisor in the major department for academic planning and to be cleared for registration each semester.