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North Carolina Community College Transfer Guide for theDepartment of Art and Art HistoryForeign Language proficiency through UNC Charlotte’s 1202 level is required for the BA Art History, the BA Art, andthe BFA Concentration in Art Education; proficiency through the 1201 level is required for all other concentrations underthe BFA Art.Majors Offered:Art (studio)Art HistoryDegrees Offered:Bachelor of Arts in Art (BA)Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art with a Concentration in (BFA)Bachelor of Arts in Art History (BA)ConcentrationsOffered Within BFA:Art Education (for K-12 teacher licensure), Ceramics,Digital Media, Fibers, Graphic Design, Illustration, Painting, Photography, Print Media,SculptureStudents seeking admission to the Department of Art and Art History for studio art programs (not Art History) must firstbe admitted to UNC Charlotte and then must submit a portfolio in early spring and be accepted into the art major beforebeginning any studio art courses in the fall. Yearly portfolio application deadlines will be listed on UndergraduateAdmissions and Department of Art and Art History webpages arthistory/admissions).Admitted students interested in the BFA in Art will take specific concentration-related coursework in their first 2-3semesters, and then apply with a second portfolio to the BFA concentration. Students interested in pursuing a BFA in Artshould note that attaining an Associate’s Degree will not necessarily expedite time to degree because of pre-requisite andsequencing requirements in the studio courses for BFA concentrations. BFA concentrations typically take 5-7 semestersto complete from time of entry in the major depending on the concentration chosen.Suggested Coursework at NC Community Colleges:Required for ALL students, regardless of degree orconcentration:ART 121 Design I/Two-Dimensional DesignART 122 Design II/Three-Dimensional DesignART 131 Drawing IART 114 Art History IART 115 Art History IIART 171 Digital Design I[Foreign Language] 111 & 112** Foreign Language proficiency through theNCCC 112 level is required for the BA Art History,the BA Art, and the BFA Concentration in ArtEducation; proficiency through the 111 level isrequired for all other concentrations under the BFAArt.Required for SOME degree choices—check withacademic advisor regarding your intended degree.ART 116 Survey of American ArtART 117 Non-Western Art HistoryART 132 Drawing IIART 135 Figure Drawing IART 235 Figure Drawing IIART 240 Painting IART 245 Metals IART 262 Photography IIART 264 Digital Photography IART 265 Digital Photography IIART 267 Videography IIART 276 Interactive Media DesignART 281 Sculpture IART 283, 284, 285, 286 Ceramics I, II, III, IVPlease note that art courses other than the ones listed above may transfer in to the University as ARTS Electivecredit but will not fulfill any specific major requirements.Reviewed Mar 20201

North Carolina Community College Transfer Guide for theBFA in Art with a Concentration in Art EducationFor admissions process, portfolio requirements, and suggested community college coursework, see p. 1.Art Education Testing RequirementsPassing scores on Praxis Core (or a qualified exemption) are required for all licensure programs at UNC Charlotte.Students may be admitted to UNC Charlotte without Praxis Core, but must pass this test to progress to upper levelcoursework.Pass Praxis Core (www.ets.org) with an overall score of 468 or earn individual passing scores onPraxis Core Reading - 156, Writing - 162, and Math - 150-ORQualify for an exemption with one of the following: A combined SAT EBRW and Math of 1170 - exempts you from Praxis Core An ACT composite of 24 - exempts you from Praxis Core An SAT Math of 570 or ACT Math of 24 - exempts you from Praxis Core Math An SAT Reading of 600 or ACT English of 24 - exempts you from Praxis Core Reading& WritingContact InfoFor further questions, please contact H. Tesh Ramey, UNC Charlotte Arts Education Specialist via email(hramey@uncc.edu) or phone (704.687.8182).Reviewed Mar 20202

department of danceOffice Robinson 360 704 687 0225dance.uncc.eduAcademic Advisors» Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts // hbharrel@uncc.edu // 704 687 0472» Tesh Ramey, Dance Education // hramey@uncc.edu // 704 687 8182Admissions Process» Admission to UNC Charlotte. Select “Dance” or “Dance Ed” as major» Dance is an open major. Any admitted student can declare» Interested students are encouraged to attend an Open House event» Change of majors - contact Academic Advisor for Performing Arts orDance Educationdepartment of MusicOffice Robinson 340 704 687 0262music.uncc.eduAcademic Advisors» Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts // hbharrel@uncc.edu // 704 687 0472» Tesh Ramey, Music Education // hramey@uncc.edu // 704 687 8182Admissions Process» Admission to UNC Charlotte. Select “Music” or “Music Ed” as major» Students are required to audition to become a Music major or minor» Auditions are held throughout the year» Students can start in the fall or spring» Visit the Music admissions webpage for more information» Change of majors - must auditiondepartment of TheatreOffice Robinson 363 704 687 0229theatre.uncc.eduAcademic Advisors» Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts // hbharrel@uncc.edu // 704 687 0472» Tesh Ramey, Theatre Education // hramey@uncc.edu // 704 687 8182Admissions Process» Admission to UNC Charlotte. Select “Theatre” or “Theatre Ed” as major» Theatre is an open major. Any admitted student can declare» Visit the Theatre admissions webpage for more information» Change of majors - contact Academic Advisor for Performing Arts orTheatre EducationADDITIONAL CONTACTSElena Payne-Wiens, Assistant Dean for Advising & Assessmentepaynewi@uncc.edu // 704 687 0876 // Storrs 101EDr. Lee Gray, Senior Associate Dean704 687 0100 (CoA A Front Office, Storrs 101)

Elena Payne-Wiens, Assistant Dean for Advising & Assessment epaynewi@uncc.edu // 704 687 0876 // Storrs 101E Dr. Lee Gray, Senior Associate Dean 704 687 0100 (CoA A Front Office, Storrs 101) department of dance Office Robinson 360 704 687 0225 Academic Advisors »Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts // hbharrel@uncc.edu // 704 687 0472

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