(Editor’s note: If there are just 1-2 majors/minors/concentrations to be included on the Degree Requirements page, list them right on the page as shown in the Accounting example below. If there are 3+ majors/minors/concentrations, use an accordion. See Art, Art Education, and Art History example below.)

Accounting Example (1-2 sets of requirements)

Begin the page with a short paragraph of introduction listing the programs offered. This should be in Paragraph style / Intro Text. Then list all requirements as shown in example below. End with the note about using the catalog.

Carthage offers a major in Accounting. To earn a Bachelor of Arts in accounting from Carthage, students must complete the Carthage Core, Distribution Requirements, and the major requirements outlined below. At Carthage, accounting majors can amass the 150 credits required to qualify for the CPA exam and certification in just four years.

Major in Accounting (make this an h3)

Required Courses (48-50 credits) (make this an h5)
  • ACC 2010 Financial Accounting (4 credits) (bulleted list)
  • ACC 2040 Cost and Managerial Accounting (4 credits) — or ACC 2020 and ACC 2050 (6 credits)
  • ACC 3010 Intermediate Accounting I (4 credits)
  • ACC 3020 Intermediate Accounting II (4 credits)
  • ACC 3060 Individual Taxation (4 credits)
  • ACC 4010 Advanced Accounting (4 credits)
  • ACC 4020 Auditing (4 credits)
  • MGT 3600 Legal Environment of Business (4 credits)
  • FIN 3210 Corporate Finance (4 credits)
  • ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics (4 credits)
  • ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics (4 credits)
  • BUS 4900 Business Policies Senior Seminar (4 credits)
Choose Two (8 credits)
  • ACC 3090 Business Taxation (4 credits)
  • ACC 3250 Accounting Information Systems (4 credits)
  • ACC 200T/400T Topics in Accounting (4 credits)
  • ACC 3610 Law for Accountants (2 credits)
Choose One (4 credits)
  • BUS/ECN 2340 Applied Statistics for Management and Economics (4 credits)
  • MGT 3100 Introduction to Business Analytics (4 credits)

Current students: You should follow the official College Catalog from the year you entered Carthage and work with your advisors and the Accounting and Finance Department chair to ensure all requirements are met.

 


ART EXAMPLE (3+ SETS OF REQUIREMENTS)

If there are 3 or more majors/minors/concentrations, use an accordion layout. In the LiveWhale editing toolbar, select the “Insert” drop-down, then “Content Layout,” then “Accordion.” Begin the page with a short paragraph of introduction listing the programs offered. This should be in Paragraph style / Intro Text. Note how Core/Distribution requirements are worded. Then list all degree requirement sets in the accordions as shown in example below. End with the note about using the catalog below the accordion.

Carthage offers majors in Studio Art, Art History, and Art Education; minors in Studio Art and Art History; and cross-disciplinary minors in Film and New Media, Photography, and History of the Arts. To earn a bachelor’s degree from Carthage, students must complete the Carthage Core, Distribution Requirements, and the major requirements outlined below. 

Carthage students earn a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art by successfully completing the 44 art and art history credits outlined below. A grade of “C” or better is required in all studio art courses, Sophomore and Senior Seminars, and Thesis Exhibition.

Required Courses (24 credits) (this is an h5)
  • ART 2000 Drawing I (4 credits)
  • ART 2600 Sophomore Seminar in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
  • ART 3000 Advanced Drawing (4 credits)
  • ART 4000 Senior Seminar in Studio Art (4 credits)
Foundations Courses — Choose Two (8 credits)
  • ART 1070 Foundations, Surface: Images + Design (4 credits)
  • ART 1071 Foundations, Material: Objects + Space (4 credits)
  • ART 1072 Foundations, Time: Movement + Digital (4 credits)
Art History Courses — Choose one (4 credits)
  • ARH 2100 History of Photography: Daguerre to Digital (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 3550 Internship in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 3710 20th Century American Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3740 Modern Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3750 Ancient Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
  • ARH 4500 Independent Studies in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 200T Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 400T Advanced Topics in Art History (4 credits)
Studio Art Courses — Choose Two — (8 credits)

One must be an upper-level studio course 3000 or higher. Upper-level studio courses may be repeated up to three times.

  • ART 1050 Crafts (4 credits)
  • ART 200T Special Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 2110 Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 2130 Color Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 2210 Oil Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2220 Acrylic Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2230 Watercolor Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2300 Printmaking: Silkscreen (4 credits)
  • ART 2310 Printmaking: Lithography (4 credits)
  • ART 2320 Printmaking: Intaglio (4 credits)
  • ART 2330 Printmaking: Relief (4 credits)
  • ART 2400 Introduction to Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2410 Wood Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2500 Ceramic Hand-Building (4 credits)
  • ART 2510 Ceramic Wheel-Throwing (4 credits)
  • ART 2520 Ceramic Tile (4 credits)
  • ART 2750 4D (4 credits)
  • ART 3010 Illustration (4 credits)
  • ART 3100 Studio Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3110 Advanced Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3130 Advanced Color Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3000 Advanced Drawing (4 credits)
  • ART 3200 Advanced Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 3300 Advanced Printmaking (4 credits)
  • ART 3400 Advanced Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 3500 Advanced Ceramics (4 credits)
  • ART 3700 Advanced 4D (4 credits)
  • ART 400T Advanced Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 4550 Independent Study in Studio Art (4 credits)

A student who intends to teach art in a school setting can obtain grades K-12 licensure from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction if they complete the following:

  • Complete all courses in the Studio Art major.
  • Complete all required education courses for the K-12 Art Education Licensure Program.
  • Successfully pass the Core Academic Skills for Educators test (waived with minimum ACT score of 23 with at least 20 on reading, English, and math, or SAT score composite of 1070 with a minimum of 450 in math and verbal). Contact the Education Department for registration information. Passing scores are: Reading 156, Writing 162, Mathematics 150.
  • Maintain a cumulative 2.75 GPA for all postsecondary course work (earned at all higher education institutions).
  • Apply for acceptance into the Teacher Education Program (TEP) sophomore year. Refer to the Education Department website for specific requirements and the application for acceptance to the TEP.
  • Pass Praxis II.
  • Attend required student-teacher meeting and apply for acceptance into the Student Teaching Program junior year.
  • Successfully pass the Preliminary edTPA Portfolio the semester before student teaching.
  • Successfully complete the Student Teaching semester and pass the edTPA licensure process.
    To be eligible for student teaching, students must:
    a)complete pre-student teaching clinical experiences;
    b) pass the edTPA Preliminary Portfolio;
    c) Pass the Praxis II exam in Art;
    d) successfully complete a pre-student teaching interview;
    e) maintain a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA.

Please contact the Education Department for specific requirements and deadlines for acceptance to the Student Teaching semester. The pre-student teaching clinical experiences are developmental in scope and sequence and will occur in a variety of settings with a balance of observation/teaching experiences at the elementary, middle, and secondary level. To meet the clinical experience requirements, students must register and successfully complete all education courses requiring a pre-student teaching clinical experience.

Requirements:

Students will take the following courses before acceptance into the TEP (Teacher Education Program):

  • EDU 1010 Education and Society (4 credits)
  • EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment (4 credits)
  • EDU 2150 Creative Arts: Music and Art in Elementary and Middle Schools (4 credits)

Students will take the following courses after they have been accepted into the TEP (Teacher Education Program):

  • EDU 2050 Teaching and Supporting Learners with Diverse Characteristics and Needs (4 credits)
  • EDU 3520 Developmental and Content Area Reading (4 credits)
  • ART 4210 Art and Curriculum Methods (K-5) (4 credits)
  • ART 4220 Art and Curriculum Methods (6-12) (4 credits)
  • EDU 4900 Student Teaching Seminar (12 credits)

Carthage students earn a Bachelor of Arts in art history by successfully completing the 40 credits outlined below. Three years of foreign language study are recommended.

Required Courses (12 credits):
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
  • ARH 4700 Senior Seminar in Art History (4 credits)
Art History Courses — Choose One (4 credits):
  • ARH 2800 Research Methods in a Global Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 3700 Research Methods in Art History (4 credits)
Art History Courses— Choose Three (12 credits):
  • ARH 2100 History of Photography: Daguerre to Digital (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 200T Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 3550 Internship in Art History (4 credits)
  • ART 3710 20th Century American Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3740 Modern Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3750 Ancient Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
  • ARH 4500 Independent Studies in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 400T Advanced Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • CDM 2620 Film Analysis (4 credits)
  • CDM 2600 New Media Theory and Aesthetics (4 credits)
  • CDM 3150 History of Graphic Design (4 credits)
Studio Art Courses — Choose One (4 credits):
  • ART 1050 Crafts (4 credits)
  • ART 1070 FOUNDATIONS, SURFACE: Images + Design (4 credits)
  • ART 1071 FOUNDATIONS, MATERIAL: Objects + Space (4 credits)
  • ART 1072 FOUNDATIONS, TIME: Movement + Digital (4 credits)
  • ART 200T Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 2000 Drawing I (4 credits)
  • ART 2110 Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 2130 Color Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 2210 Oil Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2220 Acrylic Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2230 Watercolor Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2300 Printmaking: Silkscreen (4 credits)
  • ART 2310 Printmaking: Lithography (4 credits)
  • ART 2320 Printmaking: Intaglio (4 credits)
  • ART 2330 Printmaking: Relief (4 credits)
  • ART 2400 Introduction to Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2410 Wood Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2500 Ceramic Hand-Building (4 credits)
  • ART 2510 Ceramic Wheel-Throwing (4 credits)
  • ART 2520 Ceramic Tile (4 credits)
  • ART 2600 Sophomore Seminar in Art (4 credits)
  • ART 3000 Advanced Drawing (4 credits)
  • ART 3010 Illustration (4 credits)
  • ART 3100 Studio Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3110 Advanced Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3130 Advanced Color Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3200 Advanced Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 3300 Advanced Printmaking (4 credits)
  • ART 3400 Advanced Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 3500 Advanced Ceramics (4 credits)
  • ART 400T Advanced Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 4500 Independent Studies in Art (4 credits)
Classics and History Courses — Choose Two (8 credits):

In consultation with your advisor, choose 8 credits from:

  • CLS 2200 Classical Archaeology (4 credits)
  • CLS 2300 Greek and Roman Art (4 credits)
  • CLS 200T Topics in Classics (4 credits)
  • CLS 3250 Field Archaeology (4 credits)
  • CLS 400T Topics in Classics (4 credits)
  • HIS 1000 Issues in American History (4 credits)
  • HIS 1110 Issues in European History I (4 credits)
  • HIS 1120 Issues in European History II (4 credits)
  • HIS 1200 Issues in Asian History (4 credits)
  • HIS 3040 Modern Central America: Inevitable Revolutions (4 credits)
  • HIS 1410 Issues in South America: Dictatorship and Democracy (4 credits)
  • HIS 2150 Modern Britain (4 credits)
  • HIS 2250 20th Century Europe (4 credits)
  • HIS 2310 The Greeks (4 credits)
  • HIS 2350 The Romans (4 credits)
  • HIS 2620 America in the 1960s (4 credits)
  • HIS 200T Topics in History (4 credits)
  • HIS 2850 Comparative History: Chicago and Milwaukee (4 credits)
  • HIS 2900 20th Century U.S. History (4 credits)
  • HIS 3100 The Age of Augustus (4 credits)
  • HIS 3400 Modern China (4 credits)
  • HIS 3450 Modern Japan (4 credits)
  • HIS 3990 Historiography (4 credits)

The studio art minor requires the successful completion of 24 credits.

Choose One (4 credits):
  • ART 1070 Foundations, Surface: Images + Design (4 credits)
  • ART 1071 Foundations, Materials: Objects + Space (4 credits)
  • ART 1072 Foundations, Time: Movement + Digital (4 credits)
  • ART 2000 Drawing I (4 credits)
Art History Courses — Choose One (4 credits):
  • ARH 1700 Introduction to Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
Choose Four (16 credits):

At least one must be at 3000+ level. Only one may be Art History (ARH).

  • ART 1050 Crafts (4 credits)
  • ART 1070 FOUNDATIONS, SURFACE: Images + Design (4 credits)
  • ART 1071 FOUNDATIONS, MATERIAL: Objects + Spaces (4 credits)
  • ART 1072 FOUNDATIONS, TIME: Movement + Digital (4 credits)
  • ART 2000 Drawing I (4 credits)
  • ART 200T Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 2110 Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 2210 Oil Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2220 Acrylic Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2230 Watercolor Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 2300 Printmaking: Silkscreen (4 credits)
  • ART 2310 Printmaking: Lithography (4 credits)
  • ART 2320 Printmaking: Intaglio (4 credits)
  • ART 2330 Printmaking: Relief (4 credits)
  • ART 2400 Introduction to Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2410 Wood Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 2500 Ceramic Hand-Building (4 credits)
  • ART 2510 Ceramic Wheel-Throwing (4 credits)
  • ART 2520 Ceramic Tile (4 credits)
  • ART 2600 Sophomore Seminar in Art (4 credits)
  • ART 2750 4D (4 credits)
  • ART 3000 Advanced Drawing (4 credits)
  • ART 3010 Illustration (4 credits)
  • ART 3100 Studio Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3110 Advanced Darkroom Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3130 Advanced Color Photography (4 credits)
  • ART 3200 Advanced Painting (4 credits)
  • ART 3300 Advanced Printmaking (4 credits)
  • ART 3400 Advanced Sculpture (4 credits)
  • ART 3500 Advanced Ceramics (4 credits)
  • ART 3700 Advanced 4D (4 credits)
  • ART 400T Advanced Topics in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ART 4500 Independent Studies in Studio Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 200T Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 2100 History of Photography: Daguerre to Digital (4 credits)
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 3710 20th Century American Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3740 Modern Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3750 Ancient Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
  • ARH 400T Advanced Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 4500 Independent Studies in Art History (4 credits)

The art history minor requires the successful completion of 20 credits.

Required Course (4 credits):
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
Choose One (4 credits):
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
Choose Two (8 credits):
  • ARH 2100 History of Photography: Daguerre to Digital (4 credits)
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 200T Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 3550 Internship (4 credits)
  • ARH 3710 20th Century American Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3740 Modern Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3750 Ancient Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
  • ARH 4500 Independent Studies in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 400T Advanced Topics in Art History (4 credits)
Choose One (4 credits):
  • ART 1070 FOUNDATIONS, SURFACE: Images + Design (4 credits)
  • ART 1071 FOUNDATIONS, MATERIAL: Objects + Spaces (4 credits)
  • ART 1072 FOUNDATIONS, TIME: Movement + Digital (4 credits)
  • ART 2000 Drawing I (4 credits)

The history of the arts minor requires the successful completion of 24 credits.

Choose Six (24 credits):
  • ARH 2100 History of Photography: Daguerre to Digital (4 credits)
  • ARH 2700 Art Survey I: Paleolithic to 1400 (4 credits)
  • ARH 2701 Art Survey II: 1400-21st Century (4 credits)
  • ARH 2710 Arts of the Americas (4 credits)
  • ARH 200T Topics in Art History (4 credits)
  • ARH 3710 20th Century American Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3720 Arts of Africa (4 credits)
  • ARH 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture (4 credits)
  • ARH 3740 Modern Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3750 Ancient Art (4 credits)
  • ARH 3760 Women in the Arts (4 credits)
  • ARH 4500 Independent Studies in Art History (4 credits)
  • CDM 3450 Mass Communications (4 credits)
  • MUS 3060 Music History II (4 credits)
  • THR 3270 Classical Theatre Survey (4 credits)

Departmental Honors are awarded to outstanding studio or art history students who achieve excellence in the thesis and achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or greater. Recipients demonstrate leadership and engagement in the Carthage arts community, and studio recipients demonstrate outstanding participation in art shows and critiques.

Current students: You should follow the official College Catalog from the year you entered Carthage and work with your advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met.