Art (ART)

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ART 101 Visual Culture and Research3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the functions of art applications of media, elements and principles of design, artists, and aesthetics. (Required for Art Majors)

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ART 112 Bison image  Intro To Visual Art3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the methods and principles of the visual arts. Students will consider the work of major artists in thematic contexts. (For non-art majors only.)

Attributes: Fine Arts
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ART 112H Intro to Visual Art Honors3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the methods and principles of the visual arts. Students will consider the work of major artists in thematic contexts. (For non-art majors only.)

Pre-req: Admitted Honors College with a score of 1.

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ART 113 Art Education: Elementary3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the materials and methods for teaching art in early childhood and elementary (PreK-6). Stages of development, integrated curriculum design, assessment, and instructional strategies are emphasized.

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ART 201 History of Art3 Credit hours   

A survey of the development of architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts to ca. 1400 A.D. to the present.

Pre-req: ART 112 with a minimum grade of C or ART 101 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 202 History of Art3 Credit hours   

A survey of the development of architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts to ca. 1400 A.D. to the present.

Pre-req: ART 112 with a minimum grade of C or ART 101 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 214 Foundations: Grid/Chroma3 Credit hours   

Introduction to graphic design principles/software in one half-semester workshop and color theory/painting in another. Students will develop visual, technical, and critical thinking skills by solving conceptual problems.

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ART 215 Foundations: Form/Space3 Credit hours   

Introduction to 3D physical form/space by exploring ceramics in one half-semester workshop and sculpture in another. Students will develop visual, technical, and critical thinking skills by solving conceptual problems.

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ART 217 Foundations: Record/Layer3 Credit hours   

Introduction to still life/figure drawing in one half-semester workshop and experimental drawing/mixed media in another. Students will develop perceptual, technical, and creative problem solving skills.

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ART 218 Foundations: Site/Matrix3 Credit hours   

Introduction to installation art with fibers in one half-semester workshop and printmaking processes in another. Students will develop visual, technical, and critical thinking skills by solving conceptual problems.

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ART 219 Foundations: Frame/Time3 Credit hours   

Introduction to digital/film photography in one half-semester workshop and 4D design principles/video-based processes in another. Students will develop visual, technical, and critical thinking skills by solving conceptual problems.

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ART 255 Beginning Painting I3 Credit hours   

Basic techniques using color creatively based on an understanding of visual structural elements; various media including water, acrylic and oil based paints.

Pre-req: ART 214 and ART 217.

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ART 271 Practicum3 Credit hours   
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ART 272 Practicum3 Credit hours   
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ART 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 298 Foundations Review: BFA1 Credit hour   

Students must present art and design work from all foundations studio courses for faculty review. Required for program advancement. Art majors only.

Pre-req: ART 101 with a minimum grade of C and ART 214 with a minimum grade of C and ART 215 with a minimum grade of C and ART 217 with a minimum grade of C and ART 218 with a minimum grade of C and ART 219 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 299 Foundations Review: BA0 Credit hours   

Students present artwork from foundations courses for faculty review. (Art Education 5-Adult: 218 not required). Successful completion of ART 299 is a prerequisite for advanced studio courses.

Pre-req: ART 101 with a minimum grade of C and ART 214 with a minimum grade of C and ART 215 with a minimum grade of C and ART 217 with a minimum grade of C and ART 218 with a minimum grade of C and ART 219 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 301 Printmaking Processes3 Credit hours   

Experiments in the media of intaglio, lithography, seri- graphy, relief collagraphs and new techniques in print- making.

Pre-req: ART 218 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 302 Relief Printmaking3 Credit hours   

Traditional and experimental approaches to relief print- making, including woodcut, linocut, wood engraving, relief etching, Japanese techniques, monoprints, and other press and handprinting relief processes.

Pre-req: ART 301 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 303 Surface Design3 Credit hours   

Introduction to surface design. Student will learn various techniques to apply color on fabric surface.

Pre-req: ART 214 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 305 Ceramics3 Credit hours   

Search for form and personal expressing through clay. Emphasis on handbuilding techniques, decorative processes and glaze application.

Pre-req: ART 215 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 307 Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Emphasis on modeling in clay and exploring the potential of plaster, wood and other materials relevant to the area of sculpture.

Pre-req: ART 215 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 308 Weaving3 Credit hours   

The student will demonstrate the ability to carry through the entire process for planning, through warping, threading, and weaving. Each will create unique art works while developing traditional technical skills.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 310 Art Education: Elementary3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the materials and methods for teaching art in early childhood and elementary (PreK-6). Stages of development, integrated curriculum design, assessment, and instructional strategies are emphasized.

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ART 312 Typography3 Credit hours   

Practical studio skills: Typography, application of design principles in print and digital media, and introduction to the computer as a design tool. Also, the designer's relationship to clients and other professionals. Practical studio skills: specifying type, photographic and airbruch techniques and preparation of mechanicals. Also, designer's relationship to agencies, clients, printers, and other professionals.

Pre-req: ART 214 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 313 Installation Art With Fibers3 Credit hours   

The student will create installation art using a variety of fibers tools, materials, and processes with focus on self-expression and the exploration of structure, space, color, form, and meaning.

Pre-req: ART 214 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 314 Graphic Design I3 Credit hours   

Sign combinations and visual structure, in relation to meaning of visual messages. Assignments include posters, advertising, information design, and corporate identity. Introduction to materials and procedures in the design process.

Pre-req: (ART 214 with a minimum grade of C and ART 312 with a minimum grade of C) or (JMC 241 with a minimum grade of D and MKT 341 with a minimum grade of D).

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 315 Intro to Photography3 Credit hours   

Introduction to black and white photography through basic techniques of camera controls, lighting, traditional wet lab, and digital imaging.

Pre-req: ART 219.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 316 Graphic Design II3 Credit hours   

Applies the use of type and images to design for advertising, editorial, for instructional purposed. Involvement with extended design and layout problems.

Pre-req: ART 314 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 317 Illustration3 Credit hours   

Conceptual and technical development of illustrations for editorial and advertising purposes.

Pre-req: ART 217 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 318 Art/Design for Websites3 Credit hours   

This course will focus on art and design considerations in creating web sites. Current software will be used to create graphics, video and audio for web page and website design.

Pre-req: ART 214.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 319 Wood Fundamentals: Furniture3 Credit hours   

The fundamental methods of wood furniture design and construction, including joinery techniques, will be taught. Domestic and exotic woods will be used.

Pre-req: ART 215 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 320 Silk Screen Printmaking3 Credit hours   

Experience with screen-printing stencil processes. The advanced student may also explore photographic stencil- making and printing and a variety of surfaces.

Pre-req: ART 301 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 322 Collagraphs3 Credit hours   

Printmaking using the collagraph plate or matrix, an additive method that employs both intaglio and relief techniques.

Pre-req: ART 301 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 323 35mm Slide Photography3 Credit hours   

Photographic composition, color, and creative pictorial vision along with camera controls are explored through making 35mm slides.

Pre-req: ART 315 or JMC 360.

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ART 324 Image Visual: Darkroom3 Credit hours   

ART 324 is a continuation of material presented in ART 315. Students will explore black and white photography through a variety of cameras and techniques.

Pre-req: ART 315 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 325 Image Visualization: Digital3 Credit hours   

ART 325 is an exploration using digital techniques. Students will refine their personal vision using digital cameras, lighting and digital imaging software.

Pre-req: ART 219 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 331 Cast Metal Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Several major art casting procedures will be studied and employed in the production of original sculptures. Emphasis will be placed on the lost wax process using ceramic shell molds.

Pre-req: ART 307 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 332 Carved Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Emphasis will be on the tools, materials and processes of subtractive sculpture. Both traditional and modern tech- niques will be explored in carving from a variety of woods, stones and other materials.

Pre-req: ART 307 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 333 Welded Sculpture3 Credit hours   

A variety of techniques including oxygen/acetylene, arc and TIG welding will be studied and practiced in the process of direct metal sculpting.

Pre-req: ART 307 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 335 Art Ed 2D-3D3 Credit hours   

Philosophy, media and methods for teaching art (emphasis for elementary level); includes laboratory experiences.

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ART 340 Art Education: Secondary3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the methods for teaching art at the secondary level (7-12). Authentic instruction and classroom assessment strategies are emphasized.

Pre-req: ART 113 with a minimum grade of C or ART 310 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 343 Intro to Potter's Wheel3 Credit hours   

Basic throwing skills, surface enrichment and glaze appli- cation emphasized. Design analysis and production of functional form stressed.

Pre-req: ART 215 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 344 Primitive Ceramic Tech3 Credit hours   

The study of local clay preparation and primitive firing and decorating techniques.

Pre-req: (ART 305 or ART 343) and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 345 Problems in Porcelain3 Credit hours   

The formulation and use of porcelain in the production of utilitarian and sculptural form.

Pre-req: (ART 305 or ART 343) and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 350 Watercolor Painting3 Credit hours   

Watercolor medium in expressing still life, landscape, and the human figure.

Pre-req: ART 214 with a minimum grade of C or ART 217 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 351 Advanced Watercolor3 Credit hours   

Advanced exploration of watercolor, inks and other fluid media. Emphasis will be on experimental methods and personal originality.

Pre-req: ART 350 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 353 Beginning Painting I3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: ART 214 with a minimum grade of C or ART 217 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 354 Beginning Painting II3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: ART 353.

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ART 355 Painting III3 Credit hours   

Continues development for the intermediate level painter with emphasis on techniques and form, including varied supports, grounds, mediums such as encaustics, synthetic reins, egg tempera, acrylics and oils.

Pre-req: ART 214 or ART 217.

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ART 360 Mixed Media3 Credit hours   

Projects in painting, drawing and mixed media.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 369 Mold Making & Casting3 Credit hours   

Advanced processes of piece and flexible mold making will be studied and practiced for the purpose of casting complex forms and limited edition sculpture.

Pre-req: (ART 307 or ART 305) and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 371 Practicum3 Credit hours   
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ART 372 Practicum3 Credit hours   
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ART 389 20th Century Art3 Credit hours   

A survey of major 20th Century artists works, styles, movements and media in a broad historical context with discussion of research methods and directed research project.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 390 Professional Practice3 Credit hours   

Current views and practice: contemporary issues in art, safe practices in the studio, career opportunities, technology and art, and professional skills for artists.

Pre-req: ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 404 Iconography of Mary3 Credit hours   

Traces the sources and evolution of Catholic doctrine and images of the Virgin Mary.

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ART 406 Figure Drawing3 Credit hours   

Practice in drawing from the posed human figure.

Pre-req: ART 218.

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ART 407 Tribal Arts3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the unique arts of so-called pre- civilized peoples with a two-fold emphasis: First, the European pre-historic; second, the non-European primitive.

Pre-req: ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 408 Art & Arch of Ancient Egypt3 Credit hours   

History of the visual arts of ancient Egypt in the context of social and religious influences.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 409 19th Century Art3 Credit hours   

A survey of the development of architecture, painting, and sculpture in the Western World during the last century.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 411 Art of Ancient Rome3 Credit hours   

Explores the art and architecture of ancient Rome in light of social and religious influences.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 414 Art & Arch Italian Renaissance3 Credit hours   

Explores the art and architecture of the Italian Renaissance in the context of social and religious influences.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 415 Northern Renaissance Art3 Credit hours   

Explores the art of Northern Europe during the Renaissance in light of social and religious influences.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 416 Baroque Art3 Credit hours   

Analyzes Baroque art and the social milieu that influenced, commissioned, financed, and produced it.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 418 Advanced Drawing3 Credit hours   

Drawing problems designed and executed by the individual student, in a variety of media, to develop unique imagery and increased technical skill.

Pre-req: ART 218 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 419 Textile Construction3 Credit hours   

Explore various textile materials using ancient and contemporary processes and their applications in the development of 21st century crafts and products.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 420 Textile Design3 Credit hours   

Textile design for possible commercial production, emphasizing the creation of numerous fabric samples and limited amounts of yardage.

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ART 422 Digital Process for Textiles3 Credit hours   

Students will use graphics software to produce original designs emphasizing the strength of these programs to quickly manipulate color palette, scale, and pattern to develop functional textiles for industrial use.

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ART 423 Photographic Lighting3 Credit hours   

Advanced course for students who have completely mastered the basics of photography. Covers basic studio setup, creative use of the studio situation in portraits, still life and photo illustration.

Pre-req: ART 325 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C or AM 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 424 Women and Art3 Credit hours   

Explores the relationship of women to art historically; as artists, as subject matter, and as patrons/consumers.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 425 History of Photography3 Credit hours   

Selected survey of the history of photography investigating the prehistory and invention of photography, portraiture, landscape, social documentary, aesthetic, and experimental practice, post-modernism, and the digital age.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 426 19th Century Photo Processes3 Credit hours   

Explores traditional photographic processes that were prevalent during the 19th century combines with contemporary practices using digital techniques. Emphasis on creative development and technical proficiency.

Pre-req: (ART 324 or ART 325) and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 427 Photo Portfolio3 Credit hours   

Continued development of creative work with emphasis on preparation of portfolio and exhibition.

Pre-req: (ART 324 with a minimum grade of C or ART 325 with a minimum grade of C) and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 440 Adv Graphic Design3 Credit hours   

Directed study in which student select subject from any area of commercial design with the goal of developing specific area of expertise. Emphasis on original design and research.

Pre-req: ART 316 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 442 Monumental Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Emphasis will be on the planning and production of fountains, architectural reliefs and other large environ- mental sculptures.

Pre-req: ART 307 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 443 Mm/Assemblage Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Combinations of found, fabricated and mixed materials will be assembled into original sculpture compositions.

Pre-req: ART 215 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 444 Papermaking/Bookbinding3 Credit hours   

The preparation and processing of fibers for papermaking including experiences in sheet forming,

Pre-req: ART 298 or ART 299.

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ART 445 Graphic Design Corp Ident3 Credit hours   

Application of graphic design, including typography, photography and illustrations in developing and imple- menting identity systems.

Pre-req: ART 314 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 446 Intermed Potter's Wheel3 Credit hours   

Continuation of Art 343. The student will master basic wheel and decorative processes developing a personal style in their work.

Pre-req: ART 343 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 447 Combined Ceramic Process3 Credit hours   

Exploration of a variety of ceramic building and firing processes such as hand building, wheel and slip casting.

Pre-req: (ART 305 with a minimum grade of C or ART 343 with a minimum grade of C) and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 448 Ceramic Mat & Processes3 Credit hours   

Practical and empirical investigation of ceramic materials, techniques and approaches to their use in clay and glazes.

Pre-req: (ART 305 with a minimum grade of C or ART 343 with a minimum grade of C) and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 449 Ceramic Sculpture3 Credit hours   

Contemporary ideas and techniques of ceramic fired and unfired sculpture.

Pre-req: ART 305 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 450 2 & 3D Designs for Fabric3 Credit hours   

Exploring the potentialities of fabric as an art experience in two and three dimensional art form.

Pre-req: ART 308.

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ART 451 Advanced Ceramics3 Credit hours   

The advanced student will explore individual problems and interests in clay.

Pre-req: (ART 305 or ART 343) and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 453 Motion Design I3 Credit hours   

Introductory topics in time-based media. Topics may include motion design, animation, video compositing, sound design, interactive design, data visualization, digital storytelling, or related subjects.

Pre-req: ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C or AM 299 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 454 Motion Design II3 Credit hours   

Advanced topics in time-based media. Topics may include motion design, animation, video compositing, sound design, interactive design, data visualization, digital storytelling, or related subjects. (PR: ART 453)

Pre-req: ART 316 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C or AM 299 with a minimum grade of C).

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 455 Painting Acrylic & Oil3 Credit hours   

Study and practice of painting in expressing still life, landscape, and the human figure.

Pre-req: ART 453 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 456 Painting Acrylic & Oil3 Credit hours   

Study and practice of painting in expressing still life, landscape, and the human figure.

Pre-req: ART 353 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 457 Figure Painting3 Credit hours   

Painting the nude model using modern and classical methods.

Pre-req: ART 353 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 458 Adv Problems In Painting3 Credit hours   

Refinement and development of individual concerns with content, form and techniques in painting.

Pre-req: ART 353 with a minimum grade of C or ART 354 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 459 Digital Drawing and Painting3 Credit hours   

Students will create conceptual illustrations for books, gaming, storyboards and movies by integrating traditional drawing and painting techniques with digital media.

Pre-req: ART 298 or ART 299.

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ART 460 History & Phil of Art Ed3 Credit hours   

A survey of the evolution of art education and philosophy, and a study of problems related to art education on the elementary and high school level.

Pre-req: ART 340 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 463 Adv Intaglio Printmaking3 Credit hours   

Development of individualized form using intaglio techniques and incorporation multiple colors, plates, assemblages, collagraphs, photo-etching, and mixed media.

Pre-req: ART 301 with a minimum grade of C and (ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C).

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ART 464 History of Modern Design3 Credit hours   

History of print and object design from the beginning of the nineteenth through the twentieth century will be studied in terms of art history, technology, politics, economics, and consumer behavior.

Pre-req: ART 201 with a minimum grade of C and ART 202 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 465 Lithography3 Credit hours   

Basic techniques of hand lithography, both stone and metal plate.

Pre-req: ART 301 and (ART 298 or ART 299).

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ART 466 Curr Dev Pub Sch Art K-123 Credit hours   

Exploring considerations for curriculum development in art education; developing individualized curriculum for specific situations on grade levels K-6 or 7-12.

Pre-req: ART 113 and ART 340.

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ART 468 Secondary Ed: Teaching Art3 Credit hours   

This course focuses on instructional standards and methods for teaching art at the secondary level with an emphasis on middle grades. A clinical experience provides observation and teaching.

Pre-req: ART 340 with a minimum grade of C and ART 460 with a minimum grade of C.

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ART 470 Practicum3 Credit hours   

To be used for learning activities that involve the appli- cation of previously learned processes, theories, systems or techniques.

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ART 472 Practicum3 Credit hours   

To be used for learning activities that involve the appli- cation of previously learned processes, theories, systems or techniques.

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ART 473 Practicum3 Credit hours   

To be used for learning activities that involve the appli- cation of previously learned processes, theories, systems or techniques.

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ART 475 Advanced Studio Sequence3 Credit hours   

To be used to complete studio specialization and may be repeated. By permission only.

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ART 476 Advanced Studio Sequence3 Credit hours   

To be used to complete studio specialization and may be repeated. By permission only.

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ART 477 Advanced Studio Sequence3 Credit hours   

To be used to complete studio specialization and may be repeated. By permission only.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 478 Advanced Studio Sequence3 Credit hours   

To be used to complete studio specialization and may be repeated. By permission only.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 479 Advanced Studio Sequence3 Credit hours   

To be used to complete studio specialization and may be repeated. By permission only.

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ART 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

To be used for experimental courses. By permission only.

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ART 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

To be reserved for tutorials, directed and independent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, and other activities designed to fit the needs of individual students within the major.

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ART 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

To be reserved for tutorials, directed and independent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, and other activities designed to fit the needs of individual students with the major.

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ART 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

To be reserved for tutorials, directed and independent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, and other activities designed to fit the needs of individual students within the major.

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ART 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

To be reserved for tutorials, directed and independent readings, directed and independent research, problem reports, and other activities designed to fit the needs of individual students within the major.

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ART 489 Graphic Design Portfolio2 Credit hours   

Pre-req: ART 316 with a minimum grade of C or AM 299 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 490 Apprenticeship1-3 Credit hours   

Student is placed in a supervised work situation, offering the opportunity to perform professional work. This will include 60 work hours per each registered credit hour.

Pre-req: ART 316 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ART 491 Graphic Design Workshop3 Credit hours   

Students in the workshop will engage in actual design problems with non-profit groups or small businesses to gain graphic design experience.

Pre-req: ART 298 or ART 299.

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ART 497 Capstone Studio3 Credit hours   

Students will research, plan and develop a substantial body of independently conceived artworks in consultation with studio art faculty.

Pre-req: ART 390 with a minimum grade of C.

Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
ART 498 Bison image  Senior Capstone Exhibition BFA3 Credit hours   

Students refine their creative visual productions and a supporting statement that culminate in a public exhibition.

Pre-req: ART 390 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Capstone Course, No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Normal Grading Mode
ART 499 Bison image  Senior Capstone Exhibition BA1 Credit hour   

Students document and exhibit their production from courses completed during their senior year in their area (s) of concentration. The exhibition should result from their academic as well as studio study.

Pre-req: ART 298 with a minimum grade of C or ART 299 with a minimum grade of C.

Attributes: Capstone Course, No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only