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ART 1301   Art Appreciation   ART 1301 (ARTS 1301) Art Appreciation (3-0). An introductory course leading to an understanding of the Visual Arts.  
ART 1304   Art History II   ART 1304 (ARTS 1304) Art History II (3-0). A survey of the art and architecture of the Western World from the Early Renaissance to the contemporary period. Qualifies for general education credit.  
ART 1311   Design I   ART 1311 (ARTS 1311) Design I (2-4). An introduction to the fundamentals of two-dimensional design.  
ART 1312   Design II   ART 1312 (ARTS 1312) Design II (2-4). Three-dimensional design and color theory. (May be taken before Design I)  
ART 1316   Drawing I   ART 1316 (ARTS 1316) Drawing I (2-4). An introduction to drawing fundamentals with stress upon observations and techniques involving various drawing media.  
ART 1317   Drawing II   ART 1317 (ARTS 1317) Drawing II (2-4). Continuation of drawing skills and techniques as begun in Drawing I (1316) with emphasis on compositional skills. Prerequisite: ART 1316.  
ART 2313   Design Communication I   ART 2313 (ARTS 2313) Design Communications I (2-4). Understanding how to use the fundamentals of design such as line shape color texture and typography to create posters logos and other visual needs for clients.  
ART 2316   Painting I   ART 2316 (ARTS 2316) Painting I (2-4). Exploring opaque painting media (oil or acrylic) with emphasis on color and composition.  
ART 2326   Sculpture I   ART 2326 (ARTS 2326) Sculpture I (2-4). Exploratory studies in the principles materials and techniques of sculpture. (ARTS 2326)  
ART 2346   Ceramics I   ART 2346 (ARTS 2346) Ceramics I (2-4). An introduction to basic ceramic processes including wheel throwing hand building glazing and firing.  
ART 2347   Ceramics II   A further exploration of intermediate ceramic processes, including wheel throwing, glazing and kiln firing. Prerequisite: ART 2346.  
ART 2366   Watercolor I   ART 2366 (ARTS) Watercolor I (2-4). Exploring transparent painting media (watercolor or tempera) with emphasis on methods and techniques.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Con - Painting    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc. Adv. Digital    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc. Ceramics   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc.: Ceramics   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc.: Painting   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc.: Photography   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Ceramics    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Digital    
ART 3301   Art Studio Conc: Painting    
ART 3301   Art Studio Concentration   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Concentration:Glass   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Art Studio Concentration:Paint   ART 3301 Art Studio Concentration (2-4). First level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. The course may be repeated for credit up to three times in an area of specialization. Student will need to discuss their artistic background with the instructor.  
ART 3301   Independent Study: Art Studio    
ART 3302   Printmaking   ART 3302 Printmaking (2-4). An introduction to the basic printmaking processes including calligraphic intaglio stencil and relief.  
ART 3303   Art Theory for Children    
ART 3304   Fused & Slumped Glass   ART 3304 Fused and Slumped Glass (2-4). This course is an introduction to fused and slumped glass experienced through artistic means. Students will learn glass studio practice safety glass cutting techniques kiln operation and maintenance.  
ART 3308   Contemporary Art History    
ART 3310   Classical Methods in Oil   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Graphic Novel Illustration   Topics to be selected from history and literature of art, art in the general culture, techniques of teaching art in the public schools, or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Photography   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Special Topics Art History   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Special Topics Photography   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Special Topics: Photography   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   Special Topics: Raku   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 3310   User Interface Design   ART 3310 Special Topics (3-0). Topics to be selected from history and literature of art traditional and studio art art in the general culture techniques of teaching art in the public schools or other topics in the field of art. (May be repeated for credit when topic varies.)  
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I - Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Con I - Painting    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Adv Digital    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Ceramics    
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc I Digital   ART 4301 Advanced Studio Concentration I (2-4). QEP mapped course. Second level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials. Comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations.  
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc. I Paint   ART 4301 Advanced Studio Concentration I (2-4). QEP mapped course. Second level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials. Comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations.  
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc. I: Adv Paint   ART 4301 Advanced Studio Concentration I (2-4). QEP mapped course. Second level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials. Comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations.  
ART 4301   Adv Studio Conc. I: Ceramics   ART 4301 Advanced Studio Concentration I (2-4). QEP mapped course. Second level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials. Comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations.  
ART 4301   Adv Studio Concentration I   ART 4301 Advanced Studio Concentration I (2-4). QEP mapped course. Second level of advanced investigation into a studio art subject area such as drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials. Comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations.  
ART 4301   Advanced Slab & Hand Building    
ART 4302   Adv Studio Con II - Painting   Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e., drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, animation, 3D graphics, or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials, comprehensive compositional and formal skills, expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization.  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II Ceramics   Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e., drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, animation, 3D graphics, or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials, comprehensive compositional and formal skills, expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization.  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc II Digital   Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e., drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, animation, 3D graphics, or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials, comprehensive compositional and formal skills, expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization.  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc. II Paint   ART 4302 Advanced Studio Concentration II (2-4). Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e. drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization. Prerequisite: ART 4301  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc. II Painting   Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e., drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, animation, 3D graphics, or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials, comprehensive compositional and formal skills, expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization.  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Conc. II: Ceramics   ART 4302 Advanced Studio Concentration II (2-4). Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e. drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization. Prerequisite: ART 4301  
ART 4302   Adv Studio Concentration II   ART 4302 Advanced Studio Concentration II (2-4). Advanced investigation into a studio art subject area; i.e. drawing and painting ceramics sculpture printmaking animation 3D graphics or digital art. These classes develop formal competence in the technical mastery of materials comprehensive compositional and formal skills expressive characteristics in the visualization of ideas and innovative formal considerations. A formal proposal for the development of a senior capstone exhibition is developed in this class before the student enters exhibition. The course may be repeated for credit two times in an area of specialization. Prerequisite: ART 4301  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition   ART 4303 Capstone Exhibition (2-4). Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition - Ceramics   Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts, and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition Paint   ART 4303 Capstone Exhibition (2-4). Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 4303   Capstone Exhibition Painting   ART 4303 Capstone Exhibition (2-4). Students will complete the project proposed in the last semester of ART 4302. This course is to be taken as the final course for the Bachelor of Arts and students may receive an I until the exhibition is completed. Prerequisite: 12 hours of studio specialization  
ART 5301   Curriculum Enrichment   ART 5301 Curriculum Enrichment (1-4). Seminar in the problems unique to university teaching problems. Students meet as a group to do peer review and professional practices and also work independently with a selected instructor in a class specific to their discipline. Prerequisite: must have passed undergraduate class in same area of specialization or permission of instructor.  
ART 5304   Grad Art Stu. I:Works on Paper   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I Ceramics    
ART 5304   Grad Art Studio I Painting    
ART 5304   Grad Art StudioI Work on Paper    
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I    
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I - Glass   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I Paint   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I Painting   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I: Glass   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I: Printmk   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Art Studio I:Paintin   ART 5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.  
ART 5304   Graduate Drawing    
ART 5306   Art History   ART 5306 Art History (3-0). Study of the visual arts of the world. The course may be repeated for credit where topic varies.  
ART 5307   Contemporary Art History   ART 5307 Contemporary Art History (3-0). A survey of the visual arts of the world with emphasis on the development of architecture sculpture painting and the minor arts in the Twentieth Century.