Art Practice Major
Fields of Study and Degree Options
Students are exposed to a range of practices early in their development in order to have a solid basis for comparison if they choose to focus on a particular medium. This sequence of courses also broadens the students’ skills and enables them to combine materials and methods. In all courses students are expected to pass mid term and final reviews and critiques of their work.
For the most up to date information about requirements for the Art Practice major, please click the link below to the Stanford Bulletin.
Art Practice Minor
A student declaring a minor in Art Practice must complete 36 units of Art Practice and Art History course work. All minors are required to attend an orientation session presented by the professional staff of the Art and Architecture Library, which introduces the tools of research and reference available on campus and through the internet. Minors are required to meet with both their faculty adviser and the undergraduate coordinator during the first two weeks of each quarter to have course work approved and to confirm that they are meeting degree requirements.
For the most up to date information about requirements for the Art Practice minor, please click the link below to the Stanford Bulletin.