FD 2300 - Foundations Sophomore Portfolio Review
Students who have completed 45-60 credit hours are required to participate in a sophomore portfolio review. Students will present original art and design work from Foundations courses where faculty evaluate mastery of foundational skills, and identify strengths and areas of improvement. Art and design work will illustrate competency in visual elements and principles of design, drawing, color theory, and three-dimensional fundamentals. Upon successful completion of the Sophomore Portfolio Review, students transition into their major course of study. Students who fail either Sophomore Portfolio Review or the Major-Specific Portfolio Review must schedule and retake the portfolio review the next term it is offered.
Prerequisites: Completion of 45+ credit hours.
Notes: This course is Pass/Fail.
Course Learning Outcomes:
Learn how to compose a portfolio of work for the sophomore level
FD 2300 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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