Division of Arts and Humanities

Integrative Arts

Integrative Arts, B.A. (IARAL)

Recommended Academic Plan

Freshman Year

Semester 1Credits
ENGL 15 or 30 Composition/Honors composition3
Quantification (GQ)3
Natural Science (GN)3
Art Area I course*3
Foreign Language4
Total credits16
Semester 2Credits
CAS 100 (GWS): Effective Speech3
Art Area I course* (GA)3
Art Area II course* (GA)3
Humanities (GH) (US)3
Foreign Language4
Total credits16

Sophomore Year

Semester 3Credits
Art Area I course*3
Art Area II course*3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)3
Humanities (GH) (IL)3
Foreign Language4
Total credits16
Semester 4Credits
Art Area I course*3
Art Area II course*3
Quantification (GQ)3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)3
Natural Science (GN)3
Total credits15

Junior Year

Semester 5Credits
Art Area I course*3
Art Area II course*3
ENGL 202B (GWS) Effective Writing3
Natural Science (GN)3
B.A. Knowledge Domain3
Total credits15
Semester 6Credits
Art Area I course*3
B.A. Knowledge Domain3
Other Cultures3
W course3
Electives 3
Total credits15

Senior Year

Semester 7Credits
Art Area I course*3
Art Area II course*3
B.A. Knowledge Domain3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)1.5
Elective3
Total credits13.5
Semester 8Credits
Art Area I course*3
Art Area II course*3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA)1.5
Elective6
Total credits13.5

Total minimum credits required: 120


Bold type indicates courses requiring a grade of C or higher.

Italic Bold type indicate courses requiring a grade of C or higher that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.

GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH and GS are codes used to identify General Education requirements.

US, IL are codes used to designate courses that satisfy the University's United States and International Cultures requirements. Students are required to complete 3 credits in each area, and often these courses can "double-count" with General Education selections, typically in the GA, GH, GS categories, or with major requirements.

W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the University's Writing Across the Curriculum requirement.

* Integrative Arts majors complete major course work in two areas. These areas are defined in the academic plan submitted to the Coordinator with the assistance of your advisor.

**For any Art Area I course, consider an internship in the summer before or during your final year.

NOTE: Your actual academic plan should be worked out with your advisor, based on your Integrative Arts major proposal. Students without a proposal on file in the Integrative Arts degree coordinator's office are not eligible for Integrative Arts degree scholarships, degree audit substitutions related to the major, senior projects, or graduation.

A minimum grade point average of 2.0 and an approved proposal are required.

Contact:

Ms. KT Huckabee
Assistant Professor of Integrative Arts and Dance
Arts and Humanities

Office: 127 Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 814-949-5441
Email:

Mrs. Brenda L. Berry
Faculty and Program Assistant for Visual Art Studies, Integrative Arts, and Letters, Arts, and Sciences
Academic Affairs

Office: 108 Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts
Phone: 814-949-5207
Email: