Bachelor of Fine Arts – Scene Painting

Undergraduate BulletinBachelor of Fine Arts – Scene Painting


The curriculum model shown here represents the minimum coursework required for this program. It is expected that students meet with both their Arts Advisor and their General Education (DLA) Advisor regularly to ensure the correct coursework is attempted and completed. Any transfer coursework must be evaluated by the appropriate office before it may be applied to your UNCSA transcript and degree requirements, and will be reflected in your DegreeWorks profile.

BFA Degree Total 122 credits
DEP Course Total 92 credits
General Education Course Total 30 credits

General Education

UNCSA Liberal Arts Core:

3 credits FYS 1000: Making & Reflecting
3 credits ENG 1200: Writing About …
3 credits HUM 2100: Critical Dialogues
3 credits HUM 2200: Paths to the Present

3 credits Social or Behavioral Sciences
(Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology)

3 credits Language, Literature, and Culture
(Writing, Literature, English, Foreign Language, Communication)

3 credits Humanities
(History, Humanities, Art History, Philosophy, Theater History)

3 credits Math or Science (Math, Science)

6 credits General Education Electives/Interdisciplinary courses(ARH, ARM, ATY, COM, ENG, FRE, GER, HIS, HUM, ITA, LIT, MAT, MST, PHI, PSY, SCI, SOC, TAI, THH, WRI) This includes courses offered by the Division of Liberal Arts, and with specific permission by the Dean of Liberal Arts, can include courses offered by one of the Art Schools, provided that the course is outside the student's major area of concentration (Dance, Design and Production, Drama, Film, or Music).

DEP 3XXX Studio Skills Electives requirement can be fulfilled with any of the following courses: Fall Semester: DEP 3104 Studio (Figure); DEP 3114 Studio (Architecture); DEP 3115 Digital Rendering; DEP 3126 Life Drawing; DEP 3143 Wet Media; DEP 3153 Model Building; DEP 3193 Digital Graphics. Spring Semester: DEP 3024 3D Design for the Theatrical Designer; DEP 3113 Costume Rendering; DEP 3133 Portraiture; DEP 3163 Advanced Model Building; DEP 3173 Advanced Drafting; DEP 3183 Adv. Mechanical/Perspective Drawing