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HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY THE FINE ARTS BA WITH SPECIALIZATION IN DESIGN AN 8-SEMESTER STUDY GRID • This is simply an example of what 8 semesters might look like for incoming First-Year students. Shown below are major requirements and general university requirement. If you declare your major later, or are a Transfer Student, your grid will look significantly different. Your course choices may vary. • Up to 6 credits of Distribution courses may be taken during Study Abroad. • At least 15 semester hours in the major field of study must be taken at Hofstra. • Unless specified, required courses do not need to be taken in any particular year. FIRST YEAR Fall FA 010 WSC001 LT (Literature) or AA (Analysis) MA (Math) Foreign Language

Spring FA 027 WSC002 NS (Natural Science) or MA BH (Behavioral Social Science) Foreign Language

Notes All required FA Design, Industrial Design and New Media courses are offered during the academic year.

Fall FA 051

Spring FA 051A

FA Design*

FA Design*

Notes It is recommended to take FA 51 before FA 51A *Choose: FA 030, FA 102C, FA 102D, FA 158, FA 159G

AH 003 HP (History/Phil./Religion) CC (Cross-Cultural)

AH 004 IS (Interdisciplinary Studies) Liberal Arts Elective

SECOND YEAR

THIRD YEAR Study Abroad Fall/Spring semester or an entire academic year; not restricted to third year Fall FA 102A AH 074 BH or HP Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective

Spring FA 102B AH009 Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective

Notes

Spring FA Design* FA Elective Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective

Notes

FOURTH YEAR Fall FA Design* FA Elective Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective Liberal Arts Elective


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HCLAS - 4-Year Schedule - Fine Arts BA Specialization in Design  

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