Major requirements and their VCCS equivalents (and RBC equivalents if applicable)
GARTH 205, 206
ART 101, 102 or ART 201, 202
ART 201, 202
ART 122 or 221
1. Students must submit a portfolio of their work in order to be considered for admission to the art program. See the department's Web site (click on Admissions/Admission requirements) for review dates and more information on the portfolio. 2. There is an additional admission process for interior design. Admission to upper-division INDE courses is based on completion of all prerequisite art courses and merit as determined by a faculty review of portfolios submitted in satisfaction of the course INDE 208, Portfolio Review. 3. It is possible for students to receive upper division studio art and/or interior design credit in transfer, however course content (course description, course syllabi, and/or samples of work done in class) may be required to determine transferability.