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Art B.S
Art B.S

Art B.S

  • ID:MC10004
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (USD)

  • Application Fee:$195.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$42,140.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$9,908.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$1,999.00
  • Application Fee:$195.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$42,140.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$9,908.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$1,999.00
Estimated Total/program:
$216,968.00
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Accept letter
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Visa
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirement

  • Once an international applicant had been admitted to Monmouth College, Students must submit the following before we can issue an I-20:

    • A copy of their passport to confirm information for the form I-20.

    • The International Student Certification of Finances Form(opens in a new tab), and (if relevant) Sponsor’s Affidavit of Support. This information is exactly replicated on your I-20, so you should be exact, precisely accurate and truthful.

    • Proof of available funds in the form of a bank statement(s), loan award letter, private or governmental scholarship award letter. For each source of funds you list in the year-by-year funding-sources table in our International Student Certification of Finances Form, you should include documentation of funds in the form of a bank statement, etc.

English Requirement

  • To be considered for admission, all applicants should submit:

    • An application. International first-year or transfer applicants to Monmouth should first submit an application for admission by completing either the Common Application or the Monmouth College application. Students only need to complete one, not both, of these options. 

    • Copies of your official transcripts and exam marks from all secondary schools and institutions of higher education attended. All documents must be accompanied by a translation into English if the original documents in another language.

    • A secondary piece of evidence documenting academic ability. To satisfy this requirement, students may submit official SAT or ACT scores, an essay or writing statement, or a graded paper or piece of academic work. We are proudly test optional, so SAT or ACT scores are not required, but international applicants who choose to apply without SAT or ACT scores must provide an essay, graded paper or some other academic supporting document, and must still demonstrate English proficiency.

    • Demonstration of English proficiency. Monmouth College requires a minimum TOEFL score of 79 IBT or 550 PBT, a minimum 6.5 IELTS score, or a minimum 100 Duolingo test score. This requirement may be waived for students who attend a high school in which the primary language of instruction is English.

Course Information

Our goal is to shape artistic vision and prepare students for a life of experience with visual art through systematic development of their visual sensitivity and technical skills in studio practice.

Grounded in art history, expanded through studio work

The goals for students who participate in art department courses are to develop an appreciation of the elements of art and the principles of design in artworks, understand the techniques, art materials, tools and processes used in various media, understand how viewing and interpreting artworks is enhanced by knowledge of the content of art and understand art, including their own, in a historical context.

Courses emphasize creative problem-solving, develop artistry and craftsmanship, and enhance mindfulness and professionalism. Explore and learn in ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography and sculpture. 

Seeing your artwork on display is one of best feelings

It’s also an important part of creating your next piece. Our students have multiple opportunities to exhibit their work on campus and throughout the community.

In addition to studios, you’ll see student and alumni art all over on campus and throughout academic buildings, including in Wallace Hall, the Center for Science and Business, and the Admission Building.

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Art major requirements

12 total credits: 6 credits of core courses; 6 credits of art electives

Core courses

  • ARTD 101 Art and Ideas (1 course credit) 

  • ARTD 111 Design (1 course credit) ​

  • ARTD 112 Portfolio (0.25 course credit)

  • ARTD 113 Foundational Drawing (0.5 course credit)​

  • ARTD 114 Art History Survey (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 402 Contemporary Art (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 425 Critique (0.25 course credit repeated for credit three times)​​​​

  • ARTD 450 Exhibition (0.5 course credit)

Art electives 

  • ARTD 215/315 Drawing (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 223/323 Sculpture: Construction and Foundry (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 224/324 Sculpture: Multiples and Installation (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 230/330 Typography and Logo (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 231/331 Book Design (0.5 course credit)​​

  • ARTD 232/332 Poster Design (0.5 course credit)​​

  • ARTD 237/337 Photography: Digital (0.5 course credit)​​

  • ARTD 243/343 Observational Painting (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 244/344 Abstract Painting (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 250 Special Topics in Studio (0.5 or 1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 260/360 Hand-built Ceramics (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 261/361 Wheel-thrown Ceramics (1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 290 Academic Travel (0.25 or 1 course credit)​​

  • ARTD 350 Special Topics in Art History (0.5 or 1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 420 Independent Study (0.5 or 1 course credit)​

  • ARTD 440 Art Internship (0.5 or 1 course credit)​

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Student Health Insurance: 1999 $ USD per year

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