The visual arts are art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, film making and architecture
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Option offered to Visual Art applicants
The Visual Arts option will approach sculpture, architecture, painting, and drawing from a dual perspective. Students will explore the history and appreciation of art in the classroom and develop introductory and advanced skills in a variety of media in the drawing and painting studio.
An applicant for admission to a degree program in the University must have credited in the THREE WASSCE/SSSCE Core Subjects (English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science), and CREDITS in THREE WASSCE/SSSCE Elective Subjects or its equivalent relevant to the chosen Program with aggregate 24 or better and a visual Art shs graduate. (WASSCE: A1- C6/SSSCE A-D) D7, E8 & F9 ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR ADMISSION
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Apply formal creative issues including composition, balance, space, line, and form.
- Apply skills associated with two-dimensional imaging.
- Demonstrate use of diverse materials, various media, and techniques in foundation level drawing and painting studio activities.
- Analyze the visual arts through art history.
- Create a portfolio that demonstrated competency in the visual arts undertaken.
Below is a Full List of the Visual Art courses offered at UCC
- BSc. Architecture
- BSc. Construction Technology & Management (Building Technology)
- BSc. Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics (Building Technology)
- BSc. Development Planning
- BSc. Human Settlement Planning
- BSc. Land Economy
- BSc. Real Estate
- BSc. Fashion Design
- BSc. Textile Design and Technology
- BSc. Ceramic Technology
- BSc. Metalsmithing and Jewellery Technology
- BA. Integrated Rural Art and Industry
- BA. Publishing Studies
- BA. Communication Design (Graphic Design)
- BFA. Painting and Sculpture
- BFA. Ceramics
- Bachelor of Laws