The Certificate of Achievement in Ceramics directs students to a course sequence that leads to the knowledge, practical skills, and training required for employment, entry into individual professional studio practice, and becoming a successful artist in the community.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate basic handbuilding skills.
- Demonstrate basic wheel-throwing skills.
- Demonstrate basic ceramic sculpture skills.
- Apply appropriate surface techniques.
Certificate of Achievement Requirements
|ARCE 1||Introduction to Ceramics||3|
|or ARCE 1A||Ceramic Handbuilding I|
|ARCE 2A||Ceramic Wheel Throwing I||3|
|ARCE 3A||Introduction to Ceramic Sculpture||3|
|ARCE 7||Ceramic Surface Design and Technique||1.5-3|
|Select 12 units from the following not selected from the above required core:||12|
|Introduction to Ceramics|
|Ceramic Handbuilding I|
|Ceramic Handbuilding II|
|Ceramic Handbuilding III|
|Ceramic Handbuilding IV|
|Ceramic Wheel Throwing II|
|Ceramic Wheel Throwing III|
|Ceramic Wheel Throwing IV|
|Ceramic Sculpture II|
|Ceramic Sculpture III|
|Ceramic Sculpture IV|
|Introduction to Glaze Experimentation|
|Alternative Throwing Techniques|
|Alternative Firing Techniques|
Please refer to the graduation requirements section of the Catalog for information about degree and certificate requirements including Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Information Competency, and General Education requirements.