I: Students are introduced to the outcome
R: Students have the opportunity to futher develop the outcome
M: Students can demonstrate mastery at the exit level
A: Evidence is collected and evaluated for program-level assessment
Intended Student Learning Outcome
Core Courses
Courses LO 1 LO 2 LO 3 LO 4 LO 5 LO 6 LO 7 LO 8 LO 9 LO 10
ART 140A         I   I I I  
ART 141A         I   I I I  
ART 150A         I   I I I  
ART 155A I I I   R   I I I  
ART 212         I       I  
ART 213         I       I  
ART 214         I       I  
ART 251A I I I I R I I I R  
ART 252A I I I I R I R R R I
ART 253A I I I   R   R R R  
ART 254A I R R R R R   R R  
ART 255A I I R R R R R R R I
ART 260A I       R   R R R  
ART 342A I I R R R R M R M  
ART 346A I R R R R R M M M R
ART 351A I I R R M R R R M I
ART 352A R R M M M R R R M R
ART 355A I I M M M R R R M  
ART 356A R R M M M R   R M  
ART 452A M M A A A M A M A M
ART 455A I I A A A M   M A  
ART 457A A A A M A A A A A M
Art 464 A A A A A A A A A A
Support Courses            
Art 312           R     R I
Com 131 I I I   I I R R R I
IBM 301 I I I           R R
IBM 307 I I I           R R
Fine Art Electives                    
Approved Electives                    
Intended Student Learning Outcomes
LO 1. Ability to solve communication problems, including the skills of problem identification, research and information gathering, analysis, generation of alternative solutions, and prototyping.
LO 2. Ability to describe and respond to the audiences and contexts including recognition of the physical, cognitive, cultural and social human factors that shape design decisions.
LO 3. Ability to create and develop visual form in response to communication problems.
LO 4. Ability to effectively use typography and typographic principles.
LO 5. Fluency with the elements of design and the principles of organization, including color theory, composition, perspective, etc.
LO 6. Understanding information hierarchy, symbolic representation, and aesthetics.
LO 7. Ability to create and develop meaningful and original imagery.
LO 8. Have an understanding of tools and technology, including their roles in the creation, reproduction, and distribution of vital messages. Relevant tools include but not limited to, drawing, offset printing, photography and time-based and interactive media
LO 9. Understanding design history, theory, and criticism from a variety of perspectives, including those of art history, linguistics, communication and information theory, technology, and the social and cultural use of design objects
LO 10. Understanding the basic business practices, including the ability to organize projects and work productively as a member of teams