Need 1 credit in fine arts.

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  1. publius2k4

    publius2k4 New Member

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    I finally have my advising worksheet simplified for me. I still need
    1. Cornerstone course
    2. Capstone course
    3. speech course
    4. 1 credit of fine arts (other course I had was only 2 credits)
    5. 6 upper level credits of my choosing.


    So does anybody have any suggestion on how I could meet the 1 credit fine arts requirement easily?
     
  2. Delta

    Delta New Member

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    BYU independent study has Music and Theatre courses online as well as upper level

    University Online Course Catalog - BYU Independent Study
     
  3. AV8R

    AV8R Active Member

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    BYU also has the best speech class I've ever seen. I know several folks on this board have taken it to fulfill the speech requirement in their degree plans. All of your speeches are recorded on an audio cassette and submitted via mail. There are no exams and no speeches in front of people.
     
  4. rebel100

    rebel100 New Member

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    I don't know about earning a single credit in Fine Arts...that's gonna be a tough one. You might consider taking a 3 credit UL course that would satisfy both that requirement and the FA requirement.

    Maybe an UL Philosophy course from U of Idaho Philosophy-Independent Study in Idaho-University of Idaho only about $100/credit and self paced.
     
  5. publius2k4

    publius2k4 New Member

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    Well That would help me kill 2 birds with 1 stone, but I would still be short on credits if I did it that way.
     
  6. Delta

    Delta New Member

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    You may want to check with the school you are attending because "Fine Arts" is more specific than general Humanities courses.
     

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