Degrees & Requirements

The Emory & Henry Art program is a combination of a liberal arts education with rigorous studio art practice. 

  • Art-Core Courses

    ART 111 Introduction to Art and Design (3) 
    ART 151 Drawing (3) 
    ART 210 Visual Arts Computing (3) 
    ART 221 History of Western Art I (3) 
    ART 222 History of Western Art II (3)
    ART 255 Painting I (3) 
    ART 401 Seminar I (0.5) 
    ART 402 Seminar II (0.5)

    Total 19

  • Art-Graphic Design (B.A.)

    ART CORE (19)
    ART 215 Web design (3)
    ART 310 Graphic Design (3)
    ART 345 Printmaking I (3)
    ART 410 Advanced Digital Art (3)
    Total 31
    Recommended
    ART 470 Internship I (2-6)
    Additional Requirements
    One course from: (3-4)
    MATH 121 College Algebra (3)
    MATH 123 Pre-Calculus (3)
    MATH 151 Calculus I (4)
    STAT 161 Introduction to Statistics (4)
    STAT 162 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences (4)
    STAT 163 Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4)

  • Art-Studio (B.A.)

    ART CORE (19)
    ART 112 Three-Dimensional Design (3) 
    ART 200 Figure Drawing (3)
    Two courses from: (6) 
    ART 305 Photography II  
    ART 345 Printmaking I
    ART 356 Painting II
    ART 405 or 406 Advanced Photography
    ART 410 Advanced Digital Art
    ART 445 or 446 Advanced Printmaking
    ART 455 or 456 Advanced Painting and Drawing
    Total 31
    Additional Requirements
    One course from: (3-4)
    MATH 121 College Algebra (3)
    MATH 123 Pre-Calculus (3)
    MATH 151 Calculus I (4)
    STAT 161 Introduction to Statistics (4)
    STAT 162 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences (4)
    STAT 163 Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4)

  • Art-Teacher Preparation (B.A.)

    Departmental Requirements:
    ART CORE
    ART 112 Three-Dimensional Design (3)
    ART 205 Photography I (3)
    ART 231 Ceramics I (3)
    ART 241 Crafts I (3)
    ART 312 Sculpture (3)
    ART 345 Printmaking I (3)
    Total 37

    Licensure Requirements:
    EDUC 114 Introduction to Education (1)
    EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
    EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
    EDUC 305 Human Growth and Development (3)
    EDUC 320 Technology and Instructional Design (3)
    EDUC 370 Survey of Exceptional Children (3)
    EDUC 440 Seminar: Teaching in Secondary School (2)
    EDUC 441 Supervised Teaching in Secondary School (10)
    EDUC 445 Foundations of Education (3)
    EDUC 449 Reading, Writing, and Instruction in Content Areas (3)
    EDUC 450 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary School (3)
    One course from: (3)
    HIST 111 American History to 1861*
    HIST 112 American History 1861-present* 

    STAT 161 Introduction to Statistics (4)
    Laboratory Science*
    Total 43
    Recommended
    EDUC 401 Practicum in Education (2)
    One course from: (3)
    HHP 231 Personal Health
    HHP 232 School of Community Health
    HHP 251 Safety Education
    *Met as Modes of Inquiry in Core Requirements.

  • Minor in Art

    A student may minor in Art by completing 111, 112, 151, 221, 222, and one course selected from 205, 210, 231, 241, 255, 305, 312, and 345.

  • Minor in Art-Graphic Design

    A student may minor in Art - Graphic Design by completing 111, 151, 210, 221, 222, and 310.