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    Art Studies Overview

    Arts Studies concentrations lead to the Program of Arts concentration which requires four years of study and consists of one hundred twenty-six (126) semester credit hours. The department’s aim is that students develop solid evaluation and research skills, a confident grasp of theory and a command of a significant body of knowledge which will prepare them for successful upper level or research studies, or entry into the professional world. 

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      Foreign Language Requirement

      Candidates for the Program of Arts concentration in Liberal Arts Studies must show language competence at the level of a fourth semester of one foreign language course (numbered 2004 in the department listings) and another one of a second semester level (numbered 1002 in the department listings). 

      Students who have taken language courses elsewhere, but not at SOUTHEASTERN, should take the language placement test in the specific language before registering for any course. If the student passes the test, he/she goes to the higher level but no credits are given for the waived courses.

      Department Mission & oBJECTIVES

      The department emphasizes theoretical as well as practical application of content and strongly encourages the development of visual and research skills. 

      The curriculum offers introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to students who are interested in (a) entering specialized field of study at SOUTHEASTERN, (b) preparing for professional, academic, or museum careers, or (c) supplementing studies in other fields.

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      Department of Art History

      Art History Department overview

      The department’s aim is that students develop solid evaluation and research skills, a confident grasp of theory and a command of a significant body of knowledge which will prepare them for successful upper level or research studies, or entry into the professional world. 

      The department emphasizes theoretical as well as practical application of content and strongly encourages the development of visual and research skills. The curriculum offers introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to students who are interested in (a) entering specialized field of study at SOUTHEASTERN, (b) preparing for professional, academic, or museum careers, or (c) supplementing studies in other fields.

      Arts Programs
      Art History & Classical Archaeology

      Art History Programs

      Art Studies Programs

      Art History

      Program Overview: 

      The art history program emphasizes theoretical as well as practical application of content and strongly encourages the development of visual and research skills. The curriculum offers introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to students who are interested in (a) entering specialized field of study at SOUTHEASTERN, (b) preparing for professional, academic, or museum careers, or (c) supplementing studies in other fields.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks:

      • Curator
      • Museum Administrator
      • Museum Director
      • Art Publishing
      • Art Authenticator 
      • Teacher

      Required Credits For Completion:  126 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Courses for Art History Department (39 credits).
      • Required Courses for the Art History Concentration (24 credits)
      • General Electives (27 credits)
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      Southeastern.edu.gr Art History undergraduate program southeastern greece
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 126 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Byzantine Studies

      Program Overview: 

      The art history program emphasizes theoretical as well as practical application of content and strongly encourages the development of visual and research skills. The curriculum offers introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to students who are interested in (a) entering specialized field of study at SOUTHEASTERN, (b) preparing for professional, academic, or museum careers, or (c) supplementing studies in other fields.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Curator
      • Museum Administrator
      • Museum Director
      • Art Publishing
      • Art Authenticator 
      • Teacher

      Required Credits For Completion:  126 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Courses for Art History Department (39 credits).
      • Required Courses for the Byzantine Studies Concentration (24 credits)
      • General Electives (27 credits)
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 126 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Classical Archaeology

      Program Overview: 

      The purpose of the Shipping Management concentration is to provide undergraduate students with a basic understanding of shipping industry operations. The program emphasizes the skills and competencies needed for careers in shipping management and operation. The curriculum is designed to develop a general background for professional growth in shipping and requires an internship to complete the program. A shipping minor is also available.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks:

      • Shipping Chartering Manager
      • Shipping Operations Manager
      • Shipping Executive Management
      • Shipping S&P Management 

      Required Credits For Completion:  129 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Courses for Management Department (39 credits).
      • Required Courses for the Shipping Management Concentration (24 credits)
      • Other Required Courses (18 credits)
      • General Electives (12 credits)
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 129 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      ART sTUDIES

      Department of Visual Arts

      visual arts Department overview

      The department’s aim is that students develop solid evaluation and research skills, a confident grasp of theory and a command of a significant body of knowledge which will prepare them for successful upper level or research studies, or entry into the professional world. 

      The department emphasizes theoretical as well as practical application of content and strongly encourages the development of visual and research skills. The curriculum offers introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to students who are interested in (a) entering specialized field of study at SOUTHEASTERN, (b) preparing for professional, academic, or museum careers, or (c) supplementing studies in other fields.

      Arts Programs
      Art History & Classical Archaeology

      Visual Arts Programs

      Art Studies Programs

      Fine Arts, Drawing & Painting

      Program Overview: 

      Students applying for entrance to Fine Arts-Drawing and Painting will be expected, though not required, to present for review a portfolio consisting of appropriate examples of works of the student’s potential in addition to the regular admission procedures. The number of pieces submitted will be left up to the student, but he or she should aim to give the department a good indication of the extent of his/her experience and talent. Evaluations of portfolios are conducted by the Fine Arts faculty. Screening normally takes place several times during the academic year. Appointments for portfolio screening can be made by contacting the Office of Admissions.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Art Director
      • Animator
      • Art Therapist
      • Fine Artist
      • Art Gallery Manager

      Required Credits For Completion:  111 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Theoretical Art Courses (6 Credits)
      • Required Courses for Visual Arts Department (24 credits).
      • Required Studio Drawing & Painting Courses (24 Credits)
      • Foreign Language Requirements for Liberal Arts (12 Credits)
      • General Electives (9 credits)
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 111 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Photography

      Program Overview: 

      Photography is not only a means of individual expression, but it also serves as a critical tool for the artist. Photography has had an enormous impact on all aspects of the visual and applied arts. The photographer works in a variety of contexts, not only those requiring the many interrelated communication disciplines but also those involving the consumer. The Department of Photography is interested in assessing talent and creative ability that may not always be reflected by transcripts or test scores. 

      The photography academic curriculum focuses on the accomplishment of the following objectives: 1) to provide the student with the opportunity to develop both a theoretical and practical knowledge of photography not only as a means of individual expression but also as a critical tool for the artist; 2) to provide a solid academic foundation to those students who are interested in pursuing upper level studies; 3) to provide the means for a career in mass media communication (photo-journalism) as well as in cinema and related disciplines.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Photographer
      • Content Creator
      • Web Designer
      • Digital Marketing Specialist
      • Advertising Consultant

      Required Credits For Completion:  111 Credits 

        • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
        • Required Theoretical Photography Courses (6 Credits)
        • Required Courses for Visual Arts Department (24 credits).
        • Required Photography Studio Courses (24 Credits)
        • Foreign Language Requirements for Liberal Arts (12 Credits)
        • General Electives (9 credits)
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 111 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Interior Design

      Program Overview: 

      Interior Design is one of today’s most varied and exciting fields. The shaping of our immediate environment, space planning and interior design for residential, institutional, office and public buildings are all within each student’s scope. The Interior Design academic curriculum focuses on the accomplishment of the following objectives: 

      1) to train students in the fundamental principles of design as related to art, behavioral patterns and structural principles; 2) to familiarize students with business procedures and the continuous social and technological changes affecting the interior designer; 3) to encourage students to adhere to the fundamental design principles of the best functional use of space rather than the simple decoration of existing spaces; 4) to provide the opportunity for a solid academic foundation to those who are interested in pursuing upper level studies; 

      5) to provide the students with the theoretical and practical knowledge for a professional interior design career with interior design studios, government agencies, manufacturers of home furnishings and equipment, home planning firms and other organizations concerned with the creative and functional aspect of the interior environment.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Interior Designer
      • Interior Decorator
      • Estates Manager
      • Furniture Designer 
      • Textile Designer

      Required Credits For Completion:  135 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Design Courses (42 Credits)
      • Required Courses for Visual Arts Department (30 credits).
      • Foreign Language Requirements for Liberal Arts (12 Credits)
      • General Electives (15 credits)
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      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 135 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Graphic Design - 3D Animation

      Program Overview: 

      The academic curriculum of the Graphic Design concentration focuses on the accomplishment of the following objectives: 

      1) to prepare students to meet the demand for special skills and versatility in creative thinking essential for the production of good advertising art; 2) to train students in graphic design techniques such as lettering, typography, the design and organization of the printed page, illustration symbols, trademarks and in many other skills in the field of visual communication, with special attention given to the vocabulary and techniques of the printing industry; 

      3) to provide the opportunity for a solid academic foundation to those who are interested in pursuing upper level studies; 4) to provide students with the necessary skills to work in all visual communication media: photography, television, print and film as well as for careers in illustration, advertising design, typography, package design or related fields.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for the following professional Career Tracks:

      • Advertising Art Director
      • Animator
      • Graphic Designer
      • Web Designer
      • UX Designer
      • Concept Designer 

      Required Credits For Completion:  135 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (36 credits).
      • Required Courses for Graphic Design Concentration (75 credits)
      • Foreign Language Requirements for Liberal Arts (12 Credits)
      • General Electives (12 credits)
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 135 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Fashion Design

      Program Overview: 

      This field of study is for students who wish to follow a program oriented toward the creative understanding and application of fashion design. The academic curriculum of the Fashion Design concentration focuses on the accomplishment of the following objectives: 

      1) to foster in students a creative understanding of design and a practical understanding of clothing along with the ability to translate this understanding into manufacturing techniques; 2) to provide students with a rich background in both creative and technical areas of the fashion field; 

      3) to provide students with an opportunity to study fashion industry techniques so as to give them an understanding of its roots, materials and methods; 4) to provide a solid academic and technical foundation to those who are interested in pursuing upper level studies in related fields; 5) to prepare students for a career in the world of fashion.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Fashion Designer
      • Retail Buyer
      • Retail Manager 
      • Stylist
      • Textile Designer

      Required Credits For Completion:  145 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (39 credits).
      • Required Art Courses (9 credits).
      • Required Computer Science Courses (16 credits).
      • Required Design Courses (16 credits).
      • Required Courses for the Fashion Design Concentration (48 credits).
      • Foreign Language Requirements For Liberal Arts (12 credits).
      • General Electives (15 credits).
      Southeastern.edu.gr Fashion Design undergraduate program southeastern greece
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 145 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

      Art Studies Programs

      Sculpture

      Program Overview: 

      The Sculpture academic curriculum focuses on the accomplishment of the following objectives:

       1) to provide students with the opportunity to explore concepts of sculpture in the context of a broad technical and aesthetic background through experience with various materials and processes; 2) to provide a solid academic and technical foundation to those students who may seek upper level studies in sculpture; 3) to prepare students for a careers as sculptors or as teachers in primary and secondary private education. Foundation sculpture courses are open to all SOUTHEASTERN students.

      Career Tracks:

      This Program is designed to prepare your for professional Career Tracks such as:

      • Ceramic Artist
      • Sculptor Artist  
      • Art Preservationist 
      • Art Exhibit Coordinator 
      • Curator 

      Required Credits For Completion:  144 Credits 

      • General Education Requirements (48 credits).
      • Required Theoretical Fine Art Courses (3 credits).
      • Required Studio Sculpture Courses (39 credits).
      • Required Courses in Other Areas (30 credits).
      • Foreign Language Requirements For Liberal Arts (12 credits).
      • General Electives (12 credits).
      Arts Programs
      • Program Level

        - Undergraduate Level

      • Program Duration

        - 144 Semester Credits

      • Program Participation

        - Southeastern Campus & Hybrid Mode

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      • Small Class Size

        Hands-On Learning with a Small Class Size of a maximum of 15 students.

      • Hybrid Mode Offered

        Flexible schedule that is tailored for working professionals offering traditional face-to-face mode and Live Synchronous & Interactive courses.

      • 100% Doctoral Level & Field Experienced Instructors

        Learn Directly from experts and pioneers in your field with real-world case studies and learning applications.

      • Innovative & Cutting-edge American Curricula

        Master your field and adequately prepare yourself for the priorities and needs of the 4th Industrial Revolution

      • Transferability of Credits & Parallel Studies

        Transfer the coursework and credits earned in previous studies to change concentration (re-scaling) or upgrade your credentials (upscaling).

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