The nature of the study of art at Kentucky State University requires the stipulation of certain regulations. They are as follows:
- Studio Art Courses. For each studio semester credit hour, two hours of work in class and a minimum of one hour outside of class are required per week.
- Art Exhibits. All Art majors are expected to attend the opening of each campus exhibit sponsored by the Art area.
- Sophomore Review. While enrolled in the fourth semester of the Art curriculum, each student must present examples of his or her art work from each of the studio art areas for review by members of the Art faculty. After this review the Art faculty will advise the student whether upper level courses may be taken.
- Senior Review and Exhibit. Each Art major's work is reviewed during the senior year by a committee of Art faculty members to ascertain whether the work is of sufficient quality to warrant a public exhibit. If a student's work does not pass the review, it must be resubmitted. Art majors are required to have a public, on campus exhibit of their art work prior to graduation.
- Graduates. Each Art graduate will be asked to donate a piece of art to the University's permanent art collection.
- Non Art Majors. Non art majors may take any introductory art course and any advanced Art course for which prerequisites may be waived by the instructor of the course.
- Art Education Majors . An Art Education major must comply with all of the above-stated regulations and those stipulated elsewhere in this catalogue in the College of Professional Studies section.