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Art - ART

Registration for all multiple-credit courses taken for over three credits in a given semester will require the prior permission of the instructor. Multiple credit courses are designated with an asterisk (*) following the course number. General education courses are marked with stars ().

GENERAL COURSES

1001 Introduction to Fine Arts (3) Fundamental problems and concepts of art in the fields of design, sculpture, graphics, painting, and ceramics, as related to home, community, religion, commerce, and industry.

1011 Art Structure (3) 6 hrs. studio. Disciplines in art, with practice in the various media.

1012 Three-Dimensional Design (3) 6 hrs. studio. Fundamentals of three-dimensional design; studio experiences in various materials.

1013 Studio Art Abroad (3) 6 hrs. studio. Studio art fundamentals within the specific medium of faculty members participating in Academic Programs Abroad.

2050 Digital Art I (3) Prereq.: ART 1011 or equivalent. 6 hrs. studio. Primarily for students majoring in art. Introduction to digital applications in art.

2055 Digital Art II (3) Prereq.: ART 2050 or equivalent. 6 hrs. studio. Primarily for students majoring in art. Beginning work in digital animation.

4020 Special Topics in Studio (3) Prereq.: consent of department. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. 6 hrs. studio. Directed studies with a visiting artist.

4044 Gender Aesthetics: Art Theory and Criticism (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Interdisciplinary study of art, writing, and gender; emphasis on the interaction of art and writing about art as it reflects gender.

4050 Digital Art III (3) Prereq.: ART 2055 or equivalent. 6 hrs. studio. Primarily for students majoring in art. Intermediate work in digital animation.

4055 Digital Art IV (3) Prereq.: ART 4050 or equivalent. 6 hrs. studio. Primarily for students majoring in art. Advanced work in digital imaging, video, and animation.

7042 Visiting Artist Seminar (3) May be taken for a max. of 9 hrs. of credit. Seminar with visiting artist: contemporary art, criticism, individual and group projects.

8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem.) "S"/"U" grading.

ART HISTORY

1440 Historical Survey of the Arts (3) Prehistoric, Near-Eastern, Greek, Roman, and medieval art.

1441 Historical Survey of the Arts (3) Renaissance to modern art.

2401 Art of the Ancient Near East and Egypt (3) Development of art and architecture in the ancient Near East and Egypt over three millennia; influences of one culture on another and subsequent contributions to Western art.

2411 Oriental Art (3) Asian art; the arts of China, India, and Japan in relation to religious and philosophical beliefs that affected their production.

2469 Italian Renaissance Art (3) Italian painting, sculpture, and architecture from 1250-1600; emphasis on Giotto, Masaccio, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci.

2470 Survey of 20th Century Art (3) Modern art.

4401 History of Prints (3) History of prints from the 15th century to the present.

4404 The Art of Rome (3) Development of architecture, sculpture, and painting from Rome's early beginnings (600-200 B.C.) to the end of the 4th century.

4405 Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3) Painting, sculpture, and architecture of the Christian era through 12th century Byzantium.

4406 Romanesque Art (3) Architecture, sculpture, manuscripts, and painting from the 9th through the 12th centuries in France, Germany, and England.

4409 Early Greek Art (3) Greek art to the time of the Persian Wars.

4410 Later Greek Art (3) Greek art from the time of Themistocles to the age of Augustus.

4412 Gothic Art (3) Architecture, sculpture, and painting of Northern Europe from 1150 to 1450.

4413 German and Netherlandish Painting (3) Art of the Low Countries and Germany in the 15th and 16th centuries; emphasis on Limbourgs, van Eyck, van der Weyden, Bosch, Dürer, Grünewald, Cranach, Altdorfer, and Bruegel.

4420 Studies in Art History (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Advanced work in a predetermined area of specialization.

4421 History of Western Decorative Arts from the Renaissance to 1850 (3) Development of decorative arts design; emphasis on furniture, with investigations of metals, textiles, ceramics, and glass; materials, constructional techniques, and socioeconomic conditions giving rise to the objects' fabrication.

4422 History of Modern Design (3) Aesthetic theory and stylistic evolution of decorative arts from mid-19th century to the present; emphasis on crafts, architectural decoration, furniture, interior design, and industrial design; Victorian period, arts and crafts movement, art nouveau, Bauhaus, and international style.

4423 Early Renaissance Painting in Italy (3) Italian painting of the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries.

4424 High Renaissance and Mannerist Painting in Italy (3) Italian painting of the 16th century; emphasis on Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Giorgione, and Titian.

4425 Renaissance Sculpture in Italy (3) Italian sculpture from 1250 to 1600; emphasis on Ghiberti, Donatello, Michelangelo, Giambologna.

4427 Northern Baroque Art (3) 17th century European art outside Italy, emphasizing Rubens, van Dyck, Rembrandt, Hals, Vermeer, Poussin, and Velásquez.

4429 Baroque in Italy (3) Art and architecture in Italy from 1600 to 1750.

4433 18th Century European Art (3) Rococo, romanticism, and neoclassicism in 18th century European art.

4437 History of European and American Sculpture, 1840 to Present (3) European and American sculpture from 1840 to the present.

4441 Chinese Painting (3) History of Chinese painting from prehistoric times through the 20th century.

4442 Japanese Art (3) History of Japanese painting, sculpture, architecture, and ceramics from prehistoric times through the early 20th century.

4443 Indian Art (3) History of Indian painting, sculpture, and architecture from prehistoric times through the 16th century.

4444 Southeast Asian Art (3) History of architecture, sculpture, ceramics, and painting in Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Laos from the prehistoric times through the 19th century.

4450 19th Century European Painting (3) History of painting in European countries from the French Revolution (1789) to 1900; emphasis on neoclassicism, romanticism, realism, impressionism, post-impressionism, and symbolism.

4451 Early 20th Century European Art (3) History of painting and sculpture in European countries from 1900 to 1960; emphasis on Fauvism, Cubism, geometric abstraction, Futurism, Dada and Surrealism, German Expressionism, British figurative art, and the School of Paris.

4464 Early American Art to 1900 (3) North American painting, architecture, and sculpture from the colonial beginnings to 1900; emphasis on painting.

4465 American Art: 1900-1960 (3) Study of American painters and sculptors between 1900 and 1960; from the Impressionists to the Abstract Expressionists; emphasis on the artists' connections to social, political, and cultural developments.

4466 Contemporary Art (3) History of American and European art since 1960; painting, sculpture, mixed media, performance art, and art criticism in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Berlin, and other major international art centers.

4467 Latin American Art (3) Pre-Hispanic, colonial, and contemporary architecture, painting, sculpture, and related arts throughout Latin America.

4470 History of Photography (3) History of photography from its inception in the 1830's until the present; technological development of the medium and its inherent aesthetics; interrelationships between photography and more traditional media.

4490 Independent Study in Art History (1-3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.

7400 Art Theory and Criticism (3) Critics; building of art collections from ancient to modern times.

7420 Special Topics in Art History (3) Prereq.: graduate standing in art or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Advanced topics in art history.

7441, 7442 Graduate Research Seminar in History of Art (3,3) Each course may be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of instructor.

7490 Independent Study in Art History (1-3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.

CERAMICS

1661 Introduction to Ceramics I (3) 6 hrs. studio. Problems in pottery, glazing, and kiln firing.

1662 Introduction to Ceramics II (3) Prereq.: ART 1661. 6 hrs. studio. Problems in ceramic forming techniques, mixing of clays and glazes, and kiln firing.

2661* Intermediate Ceramics (3,6) Prereq.: ART 1662. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Studio problems in ceramics; formulation of clay bodies and glazes; theories of kiln operation and maintenance.

4641* Special Studies in Ceramics (3,6,9) Prereq.: 6 sem. hrs. of credit in ART 4661 and permission of instructor. May betaken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. 6, 12, 18 hrs. of studio. Advanced studio work in predetermined area of specialization.

4661* Advanced Ceramics (3,6) Prereq.: ART 2661 or approval of portfolio by ceramics faculty. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 24 sem. hrs. of credit. Studio problems in ceramics.

4691 Senior Project (3) Prereq.: 12 sem. hrs. of credit in ART 4661. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Proposal and execution of a ceramics project under the direction of a major professor.

7600 Graduate Ceramics (3,6,9,12) 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 36 sem. hrs. of credit.

GRAPHIC DESIGN

1551 Basic Design (3) 6 hrs. studio. Design as a basic problem-solving creative activity; project dealing with mechanical and communicative utility.

2544 Letter Forms (3) Prereq.: ART 1551. 6 hrs. studio. Drawn letter form studies; traditional and contemporary variations.

2551 Typography for Visual Communications (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor and ART 1551. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Historical overview of type and letter forms; introduction to professional typography in print and digital environment; primary focus will be applications to contemporary communications

2552 Color Design (3) Color as a functional design element of perception and visual communication.

2554 Introduction to Graphic Design (3) 6 hrs. studio. Agency-studio procedures and techniques (thumbnail sketches, layout, and comprehensives); design problems, with emphasis on letter forms commonly used in advertising/graphic design.

2564 Basic Graphic Abstraction (3) Prereq.: ART 1551 and 2552. 6 hrs. studio. Simplification of pictorial images as graphic elements.

4514 Experimental Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 hrs. studio. Advanced experimental work in a predetermined area of graphic design.

4526 Prepress Production Techniques (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Studio techniques related to production problems in the graphic design profession; typesetting methods; primary printing processes, mechanical and digital systems.

4527 Applied Typography (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Developing and understanding typographic skills through functional and aesthetic use of type and its application within the digital environment.

4534 Photo-Design Application (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Investigation of photography as an illustration technique through a series of experimental problems; its application to layout and product illustration.

4541 Special Studies in Graphic Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced work in a predetermined area of specialization.

4544 Advanced Production Techniques (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Advanced techniques and practical experience with graphic arts equipment.

4550 Digital Imaging for Visual Communications (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor and ART 2551 or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Basic exploration of digital photographic technology and its application in communications; topics include: scanning, image processing and manipulation, digital filtering, and imaging peripherals; emphasis on emerging technology and preparing images for multimedia applications.

4551 Problems in Graphic Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Problems in design related to the professional design field; methods of reproduction, exhibition techniques, and digital applications.

4552 Product Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Technology, needs, and market related to the mass-produced article; materials research; human engineering; prototype construction; presentation methods; field trips.

4554 Applied Illustration (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Techniques of general illustration; product illustration; problems of layout and its application within the digital environment.

4555 Advanced Graphic Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Principles of visual communication through graphic design; problems in design theory and application.

4556 Advanced Design (5) Prereq.: 3 sem. hrs. in advanced design course work and consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 10 hrs. studio. Advanced studio work in a predetermined area of design specialization.

4557 Advanced Project in Graphic Design (5) Prereq.: 3 sem. hrs. in advanced design course work and consent of instructor based on student's portfolio evaluation. Advanced studio work in a predetermined area of design specialization.

4560 Interactive Media for Visual Communications (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor and ART 4550 or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Basic application of interactive digital technology: design and application of Internet-based communications, hypermedia language, virtual reality, sound and visual synchronization, communications standards, emerging technologies, and multimedia; special focus on the study and application of interactive multimedia theory.

4564 Senior Graphic Design (3) Prereq.: ART 4555. 6 hrs. studio. Design projects investigating problems of visual communication; individual and group projects with professional-level presentations.

4567 Interactive Multimedia Design (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Application of interactive computer graphics technology for art and design; design and application of CD-ROM, video disks, Internet-based communication, hypermedia language, virtual reality, sound and visual synchronization, communication standards, emerging technologies, and multimedia; emphasis on study and application of interactive multimedia design theory.

4574 Graphic Design Synthesis (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit. Project or internship approved by graphic design faculty committee.

4576 Digital Imaging Techniques (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit. Digital imaging technology and its application in art and design areas; scanning, image processing, and manipulation, digital filtering, and imaging peripherals; emphasis on digital imaging aesthetics, emerging technology, and preparing images for printed and multimedia applications.

7500* Graduate Design (3,6,9,12) 6, 12, 18, 24 hrs. studio each. May be taken for a max. of 36 hrs. of credit.

7553, 7554, 7555, 7556 Graduate Research in Design (3 each) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio each.

JEWELRY/METALSMITHING

2655 Basic Jewelry/Metalsmithing (3) 6 hrs. studio. Piercing, construction, cold connection, soldering, forming, and stone setting; studio problems in bronze, copper, and sterling silver.

2656* Jewelry/Metalsmithing: Casting (3,6,9) Prereq.: ART 2655 or equivalent. 6, 12, or 18 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 hrs. of credit. Intermediate studio work in jewelry/metalsmithing involving sand casting, cuttle bone casting, steam casting, vacuum casting, and centrifugal casting.

4651* Special Studies in Jewelry/Metalsmithing (3,6,9) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6, 12, or 18 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced studio work in a predetermined area of specialization with emphasis on a single technique or material.

4655* Advanced Jewelry/Metalsmithing (3,6,9) Prereq.: Consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6, 12, or 18 hrs. studio. Maybe taken for a max. of 15 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced studio problems in forging, forming, reproduction processes, and advanced construction techniques; emphasis on historical and contemporary jewelry/metalsmithing.

4659 Senior Project: Jewelry/Metalsmithing (3) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Proposal and execution of an independent jewelry or metalsmithing project under the direction of a major professor.

PAINTING AND DRAWING

1847 Drawing and Composition (3) 6 hrs. studio. Basic principles of observation; emphasis on graphic analysis and delineation of spatial structure.

1848 Drawing and Composition (3) 6 hrs. studio. Studies from the live model; introduction of graphic representation, structure, and form.

1849 Introduction to Painting (3) 6 hrs. studio/lecture. Basic studio practice and theory in painting; traditional and modern materials and terminology; value and color experiences involving simple forms in space.

2879 Intermediate Drawing and Composition (3) Prereq.: ART 1848. 6 hrs. studio. Imaginative composition utilizing the figure, still-life, and landscape forms.

2881 Painting (3) Prereq.: ART 1847 and 1848. 6 hrs. studio. Studio problems in still-life directed toward conceptual attitudes; analysis of structure and color in composition; individual criticism, class discussion.

2882 Painting (3) Prereq.: ART 1847, 1848, and 2881. 6 hrs. studio. Studio approaches to abstraction; thematic problems based on the figure and nature forms, synthesizing form and experience; individual criticism, class discussion.

2883 Water Media Painting (3) Prereq.: ART 1847 and 1848. 6 hrs. studio. Objects and landscape; composition in water-soluble media on paper.

4800 Senior Project (3) Prereq.: ART 4884. 6 hrs. studio. Proposal and execution of a painting project.

4841* Special Studies in Painting (3,6,9) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6, 12, or 18 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced studio work in a predetermined area of specialization.

4880* Figure Painting (3,6,9,12) Prereq.: ART 2879, 2881, and 2882. 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Studies from the nude model.

4881* Intermediate Painting (3,6,9,12) Prereq.: ART 2881 or 2883. 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Contemporary concepts in painting; approaches to imagery, symbolism, empathy; individual criticism, class discussion.

4882 Advanced Water Media Painting (3) Prereq.: ART 2883. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced studio work in water-soluble media on paper.

4884* Advanced Painting (3,6) Prereq.: ART 2883. 6, 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 hrs. Research into advanced visual schema through self-initiated studio problems.

4886 Landscape Painting (3) Prereq.: ART 2882. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. On-location and studio development of the landscape.

4887* Advanced Figure Drawing (3,6,9) Prereq.: ART 2879 or equivalent. 6, 12, 18 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Study of the human figure using various media.

4889* Advanced Drawing Workshop (3,6,9,12) Prereq.: 6 sem. hrs. of drawing. 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Directed studies for advanced students.

7800* Graduate Painting (3,6,9,12) 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 36 sem. hrs. of credit.

7881 Painting Seminar (1) Prereq.: students currently enrolled in the graduate painting program. 2 hrs. seminar. Pass/fail grading. Discussion of formal and conceptual issues related to the medium.

PHOTOGRAPHY

2995 Basic Photography (3) 6 hrs. studio. Basic concepts and techniques of black and white photography; emphasis on photography as a visual art.

2996 Intermediate Photography (3) Prereq.: ART 2995. 6 hrs. studio. Continued investigation of basic photographic principles, utilizing specific subject areas drawn from major themes in visual art.

2997 Experimental Photography (3) Prereq.: ART 2996. 6 hrs. studio. Investigation of experimental camera and darkroom techniques; emphasis on creative possibilities of photographic manipulations.

3994 Advanced Photography (3) Prereq.: ART 2996. 6 hrs. studio. Technical investigation of contemporary materials; critical testing of equipment, films, and printing papers; emphasis on process control as an expressive tool.

3996 Color Photography I (3) Prereq.: ART 2996. 6 hrs. studio. Introduction to principles of color photography through the medium of color transparencies; emphasis on color theory and perception.

4941* Special Studies in Photography (3,6) Prereq.: ART 3994 or permission of instructor. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Individual creative research in a predetermined area of specialization.

4996* Color Photography II (3) Prereq.: Art 3996. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Continued investigation of color photography; color negative materials and printing processes.

4997 Nonsilver Photography (3) Prereq.: ART 3994. 6 hrs. studio. Exploration of historical photographic processes; emphasis on nonsilver printmaking techniques.

4998 Senior Project (3) 6 hrs. studio. Proposal for and execution of an independent photography project under the direction of a major professor.

7900* Graduate Photography (3,6,9,12) May be taken for a max. of 36 sem. hrs. 6, 12, 18, or 24 hours of studio. Emphasis on personal vision and contemporary issues in photography.

PRINTMAKING

1361 Introduction to Intaglio (3) Prereq.: ART 1847. 6 hrs. studio. Basic intaglio techniques; work in black and white.

1371 Introduction to Lithography (3) Prereq.: ART 1847. 6 hrs. studio. Planographic printing from stones in black and white.

1381 Introduction to Book Arts (3) Prereq.: ART 1361 or 1371 or consent of instructor. 6 hrs. studio. Basic theory, design, and production in the book arts.

2352 Relief Printmaking (3) Prereq.: ART 1847. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max, of 9 hrs. of credit. Investigation of relief printing techniques.

2362* Intermediate Intaglio (3,6) Prereq.: ART 1361. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Continued investigation of advanced intaglio techniques.

2372* Intermediate Lithography (3,6) Prereq.: ART 1371. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Planographic printing from stones and plates in black and white and color.

2382 Intermediate Book Arts (3) Prereq.: ART 1381. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 hrs. of credit. Continued investigation of the book arts; emphasis on personal development in a variety of structures.

2392 Alternative Print Media (3) Prereq.: ART 1361 and 1371. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Exploration of individual imagery in various and combined print media.

4300 Senior Project: Printmaking (3) Prereq.: 9 hrs. of 4000-level printmaking courses and senior status. 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Proposal and execution of a printmaking project under the direction of a major professor.

4361* Advanced Intaglio (3,6) Prereq.: ART 2362. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced intaglio techniques.

4366* Special Studies in Printmaking (3,6) Prereq.: consent of instructor. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Individual creative research in a predetermined area of specialization.

4371* Advanced Lithography (3,6) Prereq.: ART 2372. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 12 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced planographic printing from stones and plates.

4381 Advanced Book Arts (3 or 6) Prereq.: ART 2382. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced exploration, design, and production in the book arts; emphasis on self-initiated book art problems.

7300* Graduate Printmaking (3,6,9,12) 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 36 sem. hrs. of credit.

SCULPTURE

1761 Sculpture I (3) 6 hrs. studio. Development of three-dimensional forms; various theories, methods, and materials.

1762 Beginning Sculpture (3) 6 hrs. studio. Studies in sculpture using appropriate materials and processes.

2761* Intermediate Sculpture (3,6) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Assigned projects on figurative and nonfigurative sculpture, using various materials and methods.

4741* Special Studies in Sculpture (3,6) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Advanced studio work in predetermined area of specialization.

4761* Advanced Sculpture (3,6) Prereq.: consent of instructor based on review of student's portfolio. 6 or 12 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 15 sem. hrs. of credit. Student projects with personal choice of concepts, materials, and methods.

4762 Senior Project: Sculpture (3) 6 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit. Proposal and execution of independent sculpture project under direction of major professor.

7700* Graduate Sculpture (3,6,9,12) 6, 12, 18, or 24 hrs. studio. May be taken for a max. of 36 sem. hrs. of credit.

 

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