|Required Core Courses|
|ART R102||Western Art I: Prehistory through the Middle Ages||3|
|ART R103||Western Art II: Renaissance to Contemporary||3|
|ART R104A||Color and Design: 2-D Foundations||3|
|ART R104B||Color Theory||3|
|ART R106A||Drawing and Composition I||3|
|ART R106B||Drawing and Composition II||3|
|ART R115||Abstract Concepts||3|
|ART R126A||Life Drawing I||3|
|ART R171||Modern Art||3|
|ART R165||Portfolio/Gallery Presentation||3|
|Choose a series of 2 Painting Courses||6|
|Beginning Oil Painting|
and Intermediate Oil Painting
|Beginning Acrylic Painting|
and Intermediate Acrylic Painting
|Total Required Major Units||36|
|Oxnard College General Education Pattern||29|
|Double-Counted Units||- 3|
|Free Electives Required||0|
|Total Required Units for A.A. Degree||62|
Note: Students planning to transfer to four-year universities and major in Art should consider taking advanced coursework in their area of emphasis such as drawing, painting, or sculpture. For major preparation requirements at UC and CSU campuses, see assist.org.
To complete the Associate Degree, students must meet requirements in the major, general education, competency, units, scholarship, and residency. Refer to Earn an Associate Degree and the A.A. or A.S. Degree in Specific Majors sections of this catalog.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Listen, receive, attend to, interpret, and respond appropriately to (1) verbal and/or (2) nonverbal messages.
- Speak clearly and organize ideas and communicate verbal or nonverbal messages appropriate to the audience and the situation.
- Use basic geometric shapes, such as: lines, angles, shapes and space.
- Demonstrate creative expression when they achieve a hands-on experience with creative endeavors and either individually or collaboratively create original work applying feedback to improve their performance.
- Understand the complex blend of personal vision, social-cultural background, ethical values and aesthetic judgment in their own artistic work.
- Demonstrate an understanding of art including historical context and interrelationships with other disciplines.