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  • 100 Level Courses

    ARTS 122A : Visual Communication

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. An introduction to essential themes and means of visual communication in the fine arts with an emphasis on studio experience in drawing, painting, collage, assemblage, and design fundamentals. Slide lectures, critical inquiry, and discussions about aesthetic issues will also be included in the course content.

     

    ARTS 126A : Honors: Art as Experience

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Open only to students in the Honors College. A special honors section of ARTS 122A.

     

  • 200 Level Courses

    ARTS 202 : Two-Dimensional Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. A basic course examining the relation of shape and value in a two-dimensional environment.

     

    ARTS 203 : Three-Dimensional Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. A basic course examining the relation of form, structure and content in a three-dimensional environment.

     

    ARTS 211 : Introduction to Photography

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 279 or permission of the instructor. Introduction to conceptual, technical and historical aspects of photography as a creative medium using digital technology. Technical areas covered include camera use, digital image processing, and digital printing. Class time is divided between demonstrations of applicable skills, in class work time, lectures and critiques.

     

    ARTS 231 : Fundamentals of Drawing

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. A study of basic principles, materials and techniques for drawing with an emphasis on line, value studies, volumetric analysis and perspective. Students will learn to draw proportionally and descriptively with increased knowledge of the relationship between object and image.

     

    ARTS 241 : Fundamentals of Painting

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites or corequisites: ARTS 202 or 231 and ARTS 304. An introduction to image making through the application of painting media, techniques and styles.

     

    ARTS 251 : Printmaking: Introduction to Screenprint

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites or corequisites: ARTS 202 and 304. An introduction to screenprinting techniques and stencil systems using water-based inks.

     

    ARTS 252 : Printmaking: Introduction to Lithography

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites or corequisites: ARTS 202 and 231. An introduction to stone and metal plate lithographic techniques.

     

    ARTS 253 : Alternative Print Techniques

    Studio 6 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 202 or ARTS 231. An introduction to non-traditional printmaking processes, both historical and contemporary. Processes may include solar plate lithography, stencil printing, pochoir, paper pulp printing, chine colle, monotype, monoprint, collography, cyanotype, and varieties of transfer printing such as digital and gum techniques.

     

    ARTS 254 : Printmaking: The Relief Print

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Pre- or corequisites: ARTS 202 and 231; one or both may be taken before; one may be taken as a corequisite. An introduction to basic relief printing techniques including woodcut, linocut, letterpress, and collograph.

     

    ARTS 261 : Introduction to Sculpture

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites or corequisites: ARTS 202 and 203. Conceptual thinking in three dimensions; the development of visual capacity and spatial sense through direct experience in materials.

     

    ARTS 263 :  Introduction to Ceramics

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 202. A studio core course designed as an introduction to ceramics. Students will explore functional and sculptural techniques through handbuilding and wheel-throwing, as well as basic claybody, glaze and firing theory. Students will also develop a basic understanding of the historical and cultural aspects of ceramics.

     

    ARTS 271 : Introduction to Graphic Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 202, 231, 279 and 304. This course is intended for art majors and art minors only. Exceptions must be approved by the instructor or the chief departmental advisor. It is an intensive study of the basic principles, theories and methods of graphic design through the exploration of line, shape, form, texture, color and type. This includes a study of the basic characteristics of letterforms, compositional principles, and visual communication with sign, symbol, and image. Emphasis will be on the following: developing visual concepts, formal values, use of materials, and craftsmanship.

     

    ARTS 279 : Fundamentals of Digital Art

    Lecture 1 hour; laboratory 5 hours; 3 credits. An introduction to the Macintosh computer and operating system and its applications to visual arts project production. Includes an overview of computer hardware and software used in print multimedia and imaging for visual communications and examines the impact of digital technologies upon art and design.

     

    ARTS 281 : Crafts 1: Fibers

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. An introduction to various looms, tools, materials and techniques used in weaving and fabric dyeing; individual design projects.

     

    ARTS 291 : Crafts 1: Metalsmithing and Jewelry

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. An introduction to the basic tools, materials and techniques used in centrifugal casting, soldering and piercing. Individual projects in silver, brass and copper.

  • 300 Level Courses

    ARTS 302 : Design Application

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 202 and 203; Pre- or corequisite: ARTS 304. The application of basic design concepts to the solution of functional and environmental problems; individual and group projects. (Offered once per year.)

    ARTS 304 : Color

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. A study of the underlying principles of color interaction, color selection, contrast and harmonies, relationships between light, color and vision, as well as the basics of pigments, mixing, and color terminology. An option for the interdisciplinary minor, the Designed World.

     

    ARTS 305 : Elementary Art Education and Classroom Management

    Studio 6 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: junior standing. Designed for students majoring in art education and early childhood education, this course covers the conceptual foundations of art education in the early years. An exploration of art materials and teaching methods for kindergarten and elementary school teaching. It provides introduction to unit planning, lesson planning and classroom management. Demonstrations, workshops, and community service learning place special emphasis on the scope and philosophy of art in the elementary curriculum.

     

    ARTS 311 : Photography 2

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 211 or permission of the instructor. This course encourages the refinement of technical skills as well as emphasizing the critical framework in which to place photographic imagery. Assignments will challenge students to think creatively and develop their unique perspective. Reading, research, and discussion introduce students to the major photographic movements that have shaped current theory.

     

    ARTS 331 : Drawing: Composition

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 231. Continuation of ARTS 231 with emphasis on composition.

     

    ARTS 341 : Painting: Composition

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 241. Introduction to various compositional approaches as specifically applied to painting.

     

    ARTS 350 : Advanced Printmaking

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 279 and any introductory printmaking course (ARTS 251, 252, 253, or 254). May be taken for repeat credit. Further investigation of chosen print technique (screenprint, lithography, relief, or intaglio) with special attention to the implementation of color.

     

    ARTS 361 : Advanced Sculpture

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 261 or permission of the instructor. Investigation involves the combination of various materials and construction techniques to execute each students own research interests in both object making and installation.

     

    ARTS 363 : Intermediate Ceramics

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 263. An intermediate course in ceramics with an emphasis on more sophisticated throwing and hand-building techniques toward the development of a personal image. The class includes glaze chemistry, firing procedures, ceramic history and contemporary ceramics.

     

    ARTS 367 : Cooperative Education

    1-3 credits. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: approval of the department chair and Career Management. Available for pass/fail grading only. Student participation for credit will be based on the creative relevance of the planned work experience as evaluated and determined by the chair and approved by Career Management. Evaluation and approval must occur prior to the semester in which the work experience will take place. (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 368 : Internship

    1-3 credits. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: approval by the department chair and Career Management is necessary prior to registration. Available for pass/fail grading only. A structured work experience involving aspects of design or craft, filmmaking, video, museum or gallery work, either with or without remuneration. Criteria for evaluation will be determined by work supervisor and cooperating faculty advisor. (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 369 : Practicum

    1-3 credits. Prerequisite: approval by the department chair. (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 370 : Basic Typography

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 271. Introduction to typography. This course examines the history, terminology and theory of setting text for print and the screen. Students will explore issues of form and meaning, hierarchy, legibility and readability, structure and composition, and the design process. Advanced instruction in software applications for document construction and layout.

     

    ARTS 371 : Design Concepts

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 370 and approval for continuance in the graphic design concentration through portfolio review. Open only to students admitted to the graphic design emphasis. This advanced course is devoted to basic design projects and systems for print and web. Students will work individually and in groups on assignments to explore response to creative direction and studio collaboration. (Offered fall)

     

    ARTS 372 : Design Systems

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 371. Graphic design in corporate and project-oriented communications. Open only to students admitted to the graphic design emphasis. This course engages complex and multifaceted graphic design projects for print and web. Projects will address design in series and across multiple formats and media for commercial, promotional, educational, and information contexts. (Offered spring)

     

    ARTS 374 : Web Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 370 or permission of the instructor. This course will introduce the basic understanding of the methods and techniques for designing and developing a website. To design for a user interface platform, the following must be considered: site management/organization, navigation, web page layout, hierachy of content and content inventory, appropriate uses of type/color/graphics, format, and so on. By taking the necessary steps with process and research, the goal for this course is designed conceptually appropriate websites with valid, easily accessible and dynamic user interface experiences.

     

    ARTS 375 : Poster Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 371 or permission of the instructor. This advanced course is devoted to the creation of posters in a creative and thought provoking manner. Each poster assignment will vary in complexity and topic. The student will engage in creative problem solving challenges (creation of concepts) appropriate for poster design and will apply the creative design process to every assignment.

    ARTS 376 : Typographic Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 372 or permission of the instructor. This course continues the study of typography, image and concept relationships for effective design communication. The student will engage in creative problem solving challenges designed to develop conceptual skills as well as address the issues of research methodology and its application to the creative design process. Advanced typographic problem solving, exploration and experimentation will be examined through the production of complex, multifaceted design projects.

     

    ARTS 377/378 : Extracurricular Studies

    1–6 credits each semester. Prerequisite: approval by the department and the dean, in accordance with the policy on granting credit for extracurricular activities. Extracurricular activities may be approved for credit based on objectives, criteria, and evaluative procedures as formally determined by the department and the student prior to the semester in which the activity is to take place. Such credit is subject to review by the provost.

     

    ARTS 381 : Crafts II: Fibers

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 281. An introduction to pattern drafting, advanced loom technique, off-loom weaving, and fabric painting.

     

    ARTS 391 : Crafts II: Metalsmithing and Jewelry

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 291. Additional techniques in casting and soldering with an introduction to basic metal-forming techniques of raising and forging.

     

    ARTS 392 : Crafts: Blacksmithing

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of the instructor. An introduction to the basic tools, materials and techniques used in forging, forming, hardening and tempering steel. Exploration of form and process in working metal.

     

    ARTS 395 : Topics in Art Education

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: appropriate survey or introductory course or permission of the instructor. A study of selected topics designed for nonmajors, or for elective credit within a major. These courses will appear in the course schedule, and will be more fully described in information distributed to all academic advisors.

     

    ARTS 396 : Topics in Studio Art

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: appropriate survey or introductory course or permission of the instructor. A study of selected topics designed for nonmajors, or for elective credit within a major. These courses will appear in the course schedule, and will be more fully described in information distributed to all academic advisors.

  • 400/500 Level Courses

    ARTS 400 : Senior Show

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Senior requirement for all B.F.A. majors. A study of gallery practices, involving the student with the practical concerns of preparation and presentation: lighting, sequencing, mounting, hanging, and all other necessary activities prior to professional exhibition. The semester culminates with group exhibitions of work by the members of the senior class. Seniors with a graphic design emphasis take ARTS 401. (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 401 : Design Portfolio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 471 and a pre- or co-requisite of 6 hours from ARTS 374, ARTS 376, ARTS 395, ARTS 475 or ARTS 495. Open only to students admitted to the graphic design emphasis. This course is intended for students to determine a personal direction in their design practice through the completion of a signature thesis project or the preparation of a portfolio and related work necessary for professional work in a range of design areas. Thesis and portfolio students will present their work to working professionals and experts in the field. The course will also cover career strategies, resume preparation and interviewing skills. (Offered spring) (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 406 : Secondary Art Education and Classroom Management

    Studio 6 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 305, TLED 301 or TLED 290 and passing score on PRAXIS I or appropriate SAT score. Corequisites: ARTS 407 and ARTS 408. This course is designed to prepare pre-service art educators for student teaching by addressing theoretical and practical aspects of lesson and unit planning, curriculum content and design, and various innovative instructional approaches to secondary visual arts education.

     

    ARTS 407 : Art Education Practicum

    2 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 305, TLED 301 or TLED 290, and passing score on PRAXIS I or appropriate SAT score. Corequisites: ARTS 406 and 408. Enables students to interact with a master teacher in the classroom and practice a variety of teaching methods under supervision. Weekly seminars provide opportunities to engage in discourse related to pedagogical issues, theory, practice, and curriculum design found in current literature in art education. (qualifies as a CAP experience)

     

    ARTS 408 : Student Teaching Seminar

    1 credit. Prerequisites: ARTS 305, TLED 301 or TLED 290, and passing score on PRAXIS I or appropriate SAT score. Corequisites: ARTS 406 and 407. Student Teaching Seminar is a complement course to Art Education Practicum and must be taken at the same time. Students will create and compile required documents to develop pre-service teacher e-portfolios. Students are required to take and pass Praxis II Art Content to complete this course.

     

    ARTS 411 : Photography 3

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 211 and 311. The course focuses on the photographic series examining reportage and contemporary narrative. Students will work on developing a fully conceived photographic series on a theme developed through guided individual research. Reading and discussion will provide students a critical framework in which to place their photographic imagery.

     

    ARTS 412/512 : Photo Seminar

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 211, 311 and 411 or permission of the instructor. The first of a two-semester sequence of concentrated individual work. Students will identify a topic and create a complete body of work culminating in the senior show, ARTS 400. Lectures, readings, discussion, critique, and field trips to develop the articulation of ideas and the clarification of purpose.

     

    ARTS 413/513 : Photo Seminar 2

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 211, 311, 411 and 412 or permission of the instructor. This is the second in a two-semester sequence of concentrated individual work culminating in the senior show. Through readings, discussion, critiques, field trips, and intense individual work, students will compile a body of work realizing their personal vision and articulate their ideas through the crafting of an artist statement.

     

    ARTS 431/531 : Drawing: Studio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 331. Further concentration on conceptual content and drawing skills, development of individual body of work exploring preferred concepts, subject matter, techniques, and media. May be repeated for credit.

     

    ARTS 432/532 : Figure Drawing Anatomy

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 331 or permission of the instructor. A study of visually important aspects of the structural, skeletal and muscular systems of the body. Anatomical study will be related to drawing from the live model.

     

    ARTS 433/533 : Figure Drawing/Composition

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 432/532. This course places the emphasis on advanced composition using the figure as the central theme. The figure’s expressive potential, along with a study of historical responses to figure drawing, will be examined in depth.

     

    ARTS 441 : Advanced Painting: Special Problems

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 341. Experimental use of media combined with an exploration of content through creative manipulation of popular themes.

     

    ARTS 442/542 : Painting Studio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 441. Independent work in painting with focus on developing content. Frequent critiques. May be taken for repeat credit.

     

    ARTS 450/550 : Printmaking Studio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 350 or permission of the instructor. Experimental work in selected print media. May be taken for repeat credit.

     

    ARTS 455/555 : Letterpress Printmaking

    Studio Course, 6 hours. 3 credits. Prerequisite: ENGL 110C. A visual and literary investigation of language and wordplay using foundry and wood type and a Vandercook SP-20 proofing press. Projects include expressive printed impressions of personal poetry and song lyric, political rant, and broadsides for entertainment or proselytizing. A theme group project, such as a folio or a bound book, is usually assigned.

     

    ARTS 461/561 : Sculpture Studio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 361 or 363, and permission of the instructor. Experimental work reflecting individual initiative and attitude to execute work for the individual's BFA exhibition.

     

    ARTS 463/563 : Advanced Ceramics

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 263 and 363. An advanced course in the science and art of ceramics. Students will engage in guided independent research, developing their own direction by investigating clay bodies, glazes, firing methods and contemporary ceramic art.

     

    ARTS 464/564 : Figurative Sculpture

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 263. Three-dimensional studies of the human figure working from the live model. Sketches will be used as the basis for sculptural forms in clay or other media.

     

    ARTS 469/569 : Assemblage

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of the instructor. Assemblage combines elements of various art and non-art media and materials. Lectures will be comprised of presentations about relevant artists, gallery and studio visits, and critiques. Studio time allows students to explore personal directions in the medium.

     

    ARTS 471 : Graphic Design Studio

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 372. Open only to students admitted to the graphic design emphasis. This course is intended to introduce students to the broader opportunities and directions present in contemporary design. Through readings, discussion, and self-directed and self-determined projects, students will explore personal directions and sensibilities in their design practice. (Offered fall) This course may be repeated for credit.

     

    ARTS 473/573 : The Book

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ARTS 202, 279, 304, and junior standing or permission of the instructor. The book as a work of art. Lecture sessions will explore historical and technical aspects of book design and production. Studio work will be devoted to the production of a series of books by each student involving page design, paper selection, printing and binding.

     

    ARTS 474 : Advertising Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 370 and junior standing or permission of instructor. Provides a basic understanding of the practical and theoretical principles that are necessary to design and produce effective advertising. Problems will be assigned in local and national retail, institutional and corporate advertising. Print, direct mail, radio, and television media production will be covered.

     

    ARTS 475/575 : Editorial Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 371 or permission of the instructor. An examination of conceptual and design strategies associated with the layout of multi-page publication. Emphasis is placed on organizational and hierarchical systems, continuity and pacing, and the integration of image and type.

     

    ARTS 481/581 : Crafts III: Fibers

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 381. Advanced work in pattern drafting, loom techniques, off-loom weaving and fabric painting.

     

    ARTS 491/591 : Crafts III: Metalsmithing and Jewelry

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 391. Further exploration in casting and soldering with concentration in the metal-forming techniques of raising and forging. Additional introduction to the techniques of working in steel.

     

    ARTS 492 : Wood Studio/Furniture Design

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: ARTS 203. An exploration of both hand and machine wood sculpting techniques to support each student's research and concepts.

     

    ARTS 495/595 : Topics in Art Education

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. The advanced study of selected topics designed to permit small groups of qualified students to work on studio projects of mutual interest.

     

    ARTS 496/596 : Topics in Studio Art

    Lecture 1 hour; studio 5 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. The advanced study of selected topics designed to permit small groups of qualified students to work on studio projects of mutual interest.

     

    ARTS 497/597 : Tutorial Work in Special Studio Topics

    3 credits. Prerequisite: senior standing and permission of the chief departmental advisor. Independent investigation of a subject to be selected under the advisement of the instructor. Conferences, papers, field trips, portfolios, or exhibitions as appropriate.

     

    ARTS 498 : Tutorial Work in Special Studio Topics

    3 credits. Prerequisite: senior standing and permission of the chief departmental advisor. Independent investigation of a subject to be selected under the advisement of the instructor. Conferences, papers, field trips, portfolios, or exhibitions as appropriate.

  • 600/700/900 Level Courses

    ARTS 610 : Visual Arts Across Media and Time

    Lecture, 3 hours. 3 credits. This course is an introduction to and overview of emerging creative, curricular, and research activities in contemporary art, design, art education, and art history. Through lectures, readings, discussions, critical analysis, and creative work, students will engage with ideas and artwork across the broad spectrum of contemporary art education, production, and investigation.

     

    ARTS 668 : Internship

    3 credits. A structured work experience involving aspects of art, design or craft; film or video making; and/or museum/gallery work.

     

    ARTS 695 : Graduate Seminar: Special Topics in Contemporary Art

    3 credits. Topics to be specified in the class schedule. Intensive critical investigations of selected aspects of the visual arts which focus on the role of the artist in contemporary urban society. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

     

    ARTS 697/698 : Graduate Studio

    3-6 credits. Permission of graduate program director required. Supervised individual inquiry in specific studio projects relating to the areas of major interest.

     

    ARTS 700 : Directed Field Experience

    1 credit. Prerequisites: ARTS 305, TLED 301 or TLED 290, and passing score on PRAXIS I or appropriate SAT score. Corequisites: ARTS 406 and 407. Student Teaching Seminar is a complement course to Art Education Practicum and must be taken at the same time. Students will create and compile required documents to develop pre-service teacher e-portfolios. Students are required to take and pass Praxis II Art Content to complete this course.

     

    ARTS 701 : Thesis Exhibition

    3 credits. Permission of graduate program director required. Required of M.F.A. candidates. Course requirements to be determined by the student’s advisory committee. Final grade to be determined by the student’s thesis review committee.

     

    ARTS 702 : Documentation

    3 credits. Permission of graduate program director required. Studio work in preparation for required graduate exhibition. Public exhibition to be approved by the student’s advisory committee and must be accompanied by final review. Documentation may be required. Required of all M.A. and M.F.A. candidates. Final grade to be determined by the student’s thesis review committee.

     

    ARTS 797/798 : Graduate Studio

    3-6 credits. Permission of graduate program director required. Supervised individual inquiry in specific studio projects relating to the areas of major interest.

     

    ARTS 999 : Audit Registration

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