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Department Chair

Mark Holmes

Associate Professor & Chair of Art

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999



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Ford Center for the Fine Arts

In cooperation with the School of Architecture of Washington University in St. Louis, Knox offers a 3-4 program through which qualified students can receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Knox and a Master of Architecture degree from Washington University.

Washington University's curriculum in architecture is well known for its emphasis on aesthetics and its awareness of the role of architecture in society.

In addition to general Knox requirements for participation in a cooperative program, students must have completed at Knox at least one course in calculus, one course in physics, two courses in the history of European civilization and four courses in studio art.

Prior to starting study at Washington University, a Knox student must:

  • Complete at least 27 credits with at least a 2.0 average in all work after the first year.
  • Have been in residence on the Knox campus at least 6 terms and have earned at least 18 Knox credits.
  • Complete all the requirements for a Knox degree except the requirements (i) for the major, (ii) for total credits, and (iii) that the last credits and terms before the degree be in residence (iv) be recommended for the program by the Dean of the College or, upon the Dean's request, by the faculty program adviser.

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