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Art

Independence Community College’s Art Program offers students a vibrant and engaging environment for students who plan careers in art and those who are expanding their knowledge of the visual world.  Small class sizes offer students the classroom experience while allowing for one-on-one assistance if needed and plenty of space for creative growth.  

The curriculum is designed to accommodate the art major planning to transfer to a university with an emphasis in: art studio, art education, or commercial art.   Elective courses will channel majors into their area of emphasis.

The Art Appreciation class is where students at ICC learn about pottery, sculpture, drawing and painting, and then experience it first hand as artists.  Traditional art instruction includes course offerings in Drawing and Composition, Painting, Design, Commercial Art, and Illustration.

If you would like more information about the Art Program at Independence Community College:

Contact: Professor Janelle Null
(620) 332-5441
Email: jnull@indycc.edu

 

Art 

Degree: Associate of Arts 

Suggested Four-Semester Plan

 

First Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours 

Public Speaking - 3

English Composition I - 3 

Computer Concepts & Applications - 3

Ceramics I - 3

Drawing & Composition - 3

Term Total 15

 

Second Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours 

English Composition II - 3 

Social/Behavioral Science Elective* - 3

College Algebra or higher - 3

Painting I - 3

Commercial Art - 3

Term Total 15

 

Third Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours

Laboratory Science Elective* - 5

Arts/Humanities Elective* - 3

Design I - 3 

Art Appreciation - 3

Department Approved Elective** - 3

Term Total 17

 

Fourth Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours

Social/Behavioral Science Elective* - 3

Arts/Humanities Elective* - 3

Design II - 3

Department Approved Elective** - 3

Department Approved Elective** - 3

Department Approved Elective** - 3

Term Total 18

TOTAL 65

 

*See Courses that meet General Education Graduation Requirements for a list of courses meeting the math/science, arts/humanities, and social/behavioral science requirements.

 

** The Art Program offers a variety of classes that can be used for the Art Department Approved Electives: Ceramics II, Comics & Cartooning, Illustration, Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting, Painting II, Phootography I, Web Design & Development, Introduction to Video Game Design & Development, Art for Elementary Schools.

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