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Visual Arts
THE MAJOR  

The Curriculum

A member of the faculty is assigned as an advisor to each Visual Arts major and minor. In consultation with that advisor, a student establishes goals and works out a curriculum—including courses taken outside the department—to meet those goals. The following table is an illustration of the requirements to graduate from Fordham with a major in Visual Arts. Each student’s options, choices and progress will be different. A single table cannot show all the possible options. Students should consult the College Bulletin for more detailed information.

Freshman Year
Visual Thinking
Art History Introduction
Drawing I
Mathematics or Computer Science
Philosophy of Human Nature
Faith and Critical Reason…
2 Foreign Language Courses
English Composition
Close Reading / Critical Writing

Sophomore Year
2 Introductory Concentration Courses
Religious Texts
Philosophical Ethics
2 Physical Science courses
2 Social Science Courses
2 History Courses

Junior Year
2 Concentration courses
A course in the modern history of Art, Architecture, Film, or Photography
2 Upper Level Visual Arts Courses
Literature and Culture
2 Free Elective Courses
Social Science II
Junior Review

Senior Year
Internship
Advanced Concentration Courses
2 Senior Visual Arts Classes
Senior Values: Art & Ethics, Representation in Art
3 Free Elective Courses
Senior thesis



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