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ARTS-1301  Art Appreciation
This general course in Art Appreciation is open to all college students. It includes critical evaluation of selected works of painting, sculpture, architecture, and industrial design and a study of the principles of design from a laymans standpoint and of art in relation to everyday life.
 Spring_2018 - 12 section(s)
 Fall_2017_MINI_3 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017_12WK - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 16 section(s)
 Summer_2_2017 - 2 section(s)
 Summer_1_2017 - 2 section(s)
 Summer_2017 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 11 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 15 section(s)
 FALL_2016_12WK - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016_MINI_3 - 1 section(s)
 SUMMER_1_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SUMMER_11_2016 - 2 section(s)
ARTS-1303  Art History I
This course includes a critical and analytical study of the great historical works of art in architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts from pre-historic times through the medieval period.
 Spring_2018 - 5 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 2 section(s)
 Summer_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 4 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SUMMER_11_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-1304  Art History II
This course provides a critical and analytical study of the great historical works of art in architecture, sculpture, painting, and the minor arts from the medieval period to contemporary art.
 Spring_2018 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 3 section(s)
ARTS-1311  Design I
This course familiarizes the student with the basic elements and fundamentals of two-dimensional design and their application to works of art. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 Spring_2018 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-1312  Design II
This course provides the student with a knowledge of the application of design principles to three-dimensional work. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-1316  Drawing I
This beginning course investigates a variety of media, techniques, and subjects and explores descriptive and perceptual possibilities of drawing. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 Spring_2018 - 2 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 3 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 3 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
ARTS-1317  Drawing II
This course is an expansion of the concepts presented in Drawing I, and it stresses the expressive and conceptual aspects of drawing in various media. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 Spring_2018 - 2 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 3 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 3 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
ARTS-2316  Painting I
This course explores the potentials of various painting media with stress on color and composition. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 Spring_2018 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 2 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2317  Painting II
This course is an expansion of the concepts presented in Painting I with unrestricted subject matter. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to paint.
 Spring_2018 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
ARTS-2326  Sculpture I
This course provides students with experience in sculpture in clay, wood, and found object materials. Art majors are expected to take a sculpture course. Students should arrange three additional hours per week to work in sculpture.
 Spring_2018 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2327  Sculpture II
This course provides students with experience in sculpture in clay, wood, and found object materials. It is an expansion of the concepts presented in Sculpture I. Students should arrange three additional hours per week to work in sculpture.
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2333  Printmaking I
This course introduces students to printmaking techniques and principles. The student will explore woodcut, etching, dry point, monoprint and linocut methods. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on projects.
ARTS-2334  PRINTMAKING II
This course is an extension of Printmaking I with the enclusion of serigraphy and lithography. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on projects.
ARTS-2341  Jewelry & Art Metals I
This course explores various methods of metal fabrication with an emphasis on jewelry making. The principles of two and three dimensional design are given careful consideration. The history and contemporary trends of art metals are examined.
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2342  Jewelry & Art Metals II
This course is a continuation of Art Metals I. It explores metal fabrication, jewelry making, history and contemporary trends.
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2346  Ceramics I
This course includes an introduction to hand building processes and glaze application. Students learn to use the potters wheel with emphasis on individual expression. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 Spring_2018 - 2 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 2 section(s)
 Summer_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 3 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SUMMER_11_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2347  Ceramics II
This course includes the combining of hand building and wheel thrown objects. Students learn the techniques of section pottery throwing. In addition to glaze application and kiln firing, Raku pottery will be introduced. Students should arrange at least three additional hours per week.
 Spring_2018 - 2 section(s)
 FALL_2017 - 2 section(s)
 Summer_2017 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2017 - 3 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 2 section(s)
 SUMMER_11_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2348  Digital Arts I
This course includes an introduction to the processes and techniques of advertising art. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
ARTS-2349  Digital Arts II
This course is an advanced study of advertising art and production. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
ARTS-2356  Photography I
This course introduces the student to the fundamental elements of black & white techniques, knowledge of chemistry, and presentation skills with an emphasis on design, history and contemporary trends as a means of developing an understanding of photographic aesthetics.
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2357  Photography II
This course builds upon the techniques and concepts presented in Photography I and focuses on continued development of printing and developing skills with emphasis placed on the development individual expression.
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2366  Watercolor I
Students explore the watercolor medium as a means of artistic expression through interpretation of still life, landscape, and figure subjects. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 SPRING_2017 - 1 section(s)
 FALL_2016 - 1 section(s)
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)
ARTS-2367  Watercolor II
This course presents a deeper exploration in the field of the watercolor medium as a means of artistic expression through interpretation of still life, landscape, figure, and non-objective approaches. In addition to scheduled class hours, students should arrange three additional hours per week to work on art projects.
 SPRING_2016 - 1 section(s)