Fine Arts
Fine Arts

 

The Associate of Arts - Louisiana Transfer in Fine Arts offers a flexible and interdisciplinary approach towards gaining the fundamental knowledge and skills you need to express your ideas, emotions and creativity. The program also provides a great basis for students who would like to transfer to a bachelor program at another university. 

Students in the Fine Arts major will choose from a variety of classes and topics including Art History, Architecture, Drama, Visual Arts, and Music. Advisors, and the university catalogs and links on the articulation web site (www.latransferdegree.org) can provide more guidance on specific course recommendations depending on the student’s area of interest and anticipated baccalaureate major.

About the Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer in Fine Arts

Through your coursework, you will:

  • Earn an Associate of Arts degree with a significant general education core, designed to also to serve as preparatory education for transfer to a related baccalaureate program
  • Take a variety of general education and major-specific courses as part of the Associate of Arts Louisiana Transfer degree program
  • Begin and complete a post-secondary education through online and hybrid degree courses, accelerated learning formats, and prior learning assessments
  • Develop your knowledge and skills relevant to the field of fine arts

In summary, the Louisiana Transfer Associate Degree guarantees (with grade requirement met):

  • Admission to a 4-year public university
  • Junior-level standing
  • Transfer of all 60 hours
  • Completion of General Education block requirements at any Louisiana public university
  • Equal opportunity to complete against ‘native’ students for admission to limited access programs

 

Degree Requirements

Total Credits Required: 60

  • General Education Courses: 39
  • Additional Courses: 21

Major Courses

15-24 hours including:

  • General Education Fine Arts
  • Art Histroy
  • Art Appreciation
  • Art Theory
  • Basic Skills
  • Free Electives

For additional information on coursework, please visit the Academic Catalog Curriculum.

  • English Composition (6 hours)
  • Mathematics/Analytical Reasoning (6 hours)
  • Natural Sciences (9 hours)
  • Humanities (9 hours)
  • Social/Behavioral Science (6 hours)
  • Fine Arts (3 hours)

 

 

 

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Academic Area

Liberal Arts

Manuel Hall 147

337-550-1308

 

Format

The courses and degree are available both in-person and hybrid formats. 

 

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