To be eligible to receive transfer credit you must:
1. Attach a PDF document that includes syllabi or catalog descriptions for each of the courses that you wish to transfer
2. Upload high quality images of the work that was created in each course, you must have a minimum of 75% of the coursework from each course.
3. Label your art work files according to this example: lastname_course_piece#.jpg, ex. jones_painting_piece3.jpg
Images in your transfer portfolio should show your artwork in the best possible light. Photograph your artwork on a neutral background under even light - no dark shadows or extreme highlights. Images should be a minimum file size of 72dpi.
To receive transfer credit each class must be approved by the coordinator of the area in which the course falls under: Foundations, Drawing, Photography, Sculpture, Printmaking, Painting, Ceramics, Graphic Design, or Art History. If the transfer credit is not approved, the student must enroll in the MSU Art course in order to receive required credits.
To view MSU student work from each course click here: http://www.caad.msstate.edu/art/studentwork.php
As part of the Articulation Agreement between Mississippi Junior and Community Colleges and the state’s four-year universities, the following courses will automatically transfer. A grade of “C” or better is required in each course in order for it to be accepted by the Department of Art:
- ART 1213 Drawing I
- ART 1223 Drawing II
- ART 1123 Design I (2-D)
- ART 1133 Design II (Color)
- ART 1013 Art History I
- ART 1023 Art History II
- ART 1153 3D Design.
A Foundations Professor or Academic Records Assistant may advise the student to retake one or more courses, if doing so will improve the student’s technique and/or skill level, and increase their chances of a successful Concentration Portfolio Review.
If you have any questions or concerns about the process please contact:
Academic Records Assistant