Associate Degree in Arts in North America

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Obtaining an associate degree typically requires 90 quarter credit  hours or 60 semester credit hours. The time to complete an associate degree, however, varies based on required coursework, such as general education courses.

Arts studies incorporates a variety of art forms, including film, visual art, music, and theater. Some art programs will focus on one specific area while others will give students an overall education of the arts.

Spanning 23 countries, North America is continent filled with educational opportunity. Students have the opportunity to learn multiple languages and develop an understanding of vastly different cultures.

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Associate Degree in Art Studies

Youth for Understanding USA
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Washington

The Community College Program matches you with the Art Studies program that best fits your needs. With YFU you will pursue your Associates Degree in the area of Art Studies while learning about life in the U.S. and your immediate community. Students have the opportunity to take courses in a variety of subjects in order to explore interests, expand knowledge, and participate in traditional American past-times and student activities. [+]

The Community College Program matches you with the Art Studies program that best fits your needs in your chosen Art concentration such as Performance Arts, Visual Arts, Music, Creative Arts.

With YFU you will pursue your Associates Degree in the area of Art Studies while learning about life in the U.S. and your immediate community. Students have the opportunity to take courses in a variety of subjects in order to explore interests, expand knowledge, and participate in traditional American past-times and student activities.

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Associate degree in Art History

Sacramento City College
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Sacramento

This program is the academic study of the development of painting, sculpture, and the other visual arts. [+]

The Art History major is designed to prepare students for further study in the history of art leading to the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and/or the Ph.D. in Art History. Art Historians with advanced degrees are college instructors, museum and gallery directors, curators, or art critics and can work for public and private collectors.

Career opportunities registrar, curator museum/gallery director researcher auction house personnel Skills Evaluate the contributions of artists throughout history Evaluate works of art or architecture according to their appropriate style and era Critique art and architecture as to function and meaning demonstrate how art and architecture is a reflection of culture and civilization [-]

Associate Degree in Art

West Hills College - Coalinga
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Coalinga

The associate degree offers concentrations in Studio Art and Art History. The Studio Art concentration is a general curriculum that provides a broad education in the visual arts. The Art History concentration is recommended for those students who wish to pursue a BA in museum studies. [+]

The associate degree offers concentrations in Studio Art and Art History. The Studio Art concentration is a general curriculum that provides a broad education in the visual arts. The Art History concentration is recommended for those students who wish to pursue a BA in museum studies.

Art AA Degree

Program student learning outcomes

Students will create a visually balanced artwork using the art elements and design principles. Students will produce sustained and developed artworks for inclusion in an artistic portfolio. Students will create artworks demonstrating proficiency with basic color theory and color mixing. Students will write a personal and individual critique and artist statement describing her/his series of artworks. Students will understand visual art concepts and terminology relating to art history and art disciplines, media, materials, and techniques. Students will analyze, critique, and respond orally and in writing to a variety of artistic movements throughout European and Non-European history. [-]