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ART 1 Introduction to Visual Arts

This course is an introduction to the visual arts of all periods emphasizing perception and understanding of painting, sculpture, architecture, and the graphic arts and their relationship to the creative process.
Every Semester, 3 credits

ART 1P Introduction to Visual Arts

This course is an introduction to the visual arts of all periods emphasizing perception and understanding of painting, sculpture, architecture, and the graphic arts and their relationship to the creative process.
Every Semester, 3 credits

ART 1X Introduction to Visual Arts

Department Consent Required
This course is an introduction to the visual arts of all periods emphasizing perception and understanding of painting, sculpture, architecture, and the graphic arts and their relationship to the creative process.
Every Semester, 3 credits

ART 2 Studio Foundation I

Students pursue the study of drawing, 2-D design and photography in this intensive team taught course. This course provides additional training in materials, techniques and concepts required for all Art majors.
Studio fee, $75
Annually 9 credits
Components: Studio

ART 3 Studio Foundation 2

Students continue the study of figure drawing , color theory, media research, 3 -D design, 4-D design and photography in this team taught course. This course provides additional training in materials, techniques and concepts required for all Art majors.
Studio fee $75
Annually, 6 credits per semester
Components: Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 2 or ART 5, ART 17, and ART 19 are required.

ART 4 Introduction to Computer Graphics

This course is an introduction to the computer as an art-making tool. Basic computer skills, drawing, collage, manipulation of text, palette and photographic information are covered. Emphasis is on creative thinking and its application within a digital environment.
Annually 3 credits.
Studio fee, $70
Components: Studio
Course Equivalents:
PHOT 23, CGPH 16

ART 4X Introduction to Computer Graphics

Department Consent Required
This course is an introduction to the computer as an art-making tool. Basic computer skills, drawing, collage, manipulation of text, palette and photographic information are covered. Emphasis is on creative thinking and its application within a digital environment. Studio fee, $65
Annually, 3 credits
Components: Studio

ART 5 Introduction to Basic Drawing

This course is the beginning investigation into the practice of drawing as an expressive, descriptive art medium. Through historic examples (slides and prints) and the use of a variety of materials and techniques, the student learns the past, present and (possible) future uses of drawing.
Every Semester, 3 credits.
Studio fee, $70
Components: Studio

ART 5X Introduction to Basic Drawing

Department Consent Required
This course is the beginning investigation into the practice of drawing as an expressive, descriptive art medium. Through historic examples (slides and prints) and the use of a variety of materials and techniques, the student learns the past, present and (possible) future uses of drawing.
Studio fee, $65
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components:
Studio

ART 10 Intermediate Drawing

This course has an additional fee.
Components: Studio

ART 11 Life Drawing I

This course is an introduction to the study of the human figure as an art subject. Various techniques and drawing media are explored in developing compositional and drawing skills of the individual student. Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee $75 each
Components: Studio

ART 12 Life Drawing 2

This course is an introduction to the study of the human figure as an art subject. Various techniques and
drawing media are explored in developing compositional and drawing skills of the individual student.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio
Requirement Group:
Prerequisite of ART 11 is required.

ART 13 Painting 1

This course is an introduction to painting. The physical functions of paint and color, grounds and surfaces in conjunction with the exploration of painting techniques and concepts are examined. Emphasis is on two-dimensional reality and the study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 13X Painting 1

Department Consent Required
This course is an introduction to painting. The physical functions of paint and color, grounds and surfaces in conjunction with the exploration of painting techniques and concepts are examined. Emphasis is on two-dimensional reality and the study of related concepts.
Studio fee, $70 each
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Components: Studio

ART 14 Painting 2

This course is an introduction to painting. The physical functions of paint and color, grounds and surfaces in conjunction with the exploration of painting techniques and concepts are examined. Emphasis is on two-dimensional reality and the study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of ART 13 is required.

ART 15 Advanced Painting 3

This course is advanced work in painting. The focus is on development of creativity and individuality, including development of processes and concepts both objective and non-objective.
Annually, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 13 and ART 14 are required.

ART 16 Advanced Painting

This course is advanced work in painting. The focus is on development of creativity and individuality, including development of processes and concepts both objective and non-objective. Prerequisites: ART 13 and 14 or permission of instructor.
Annually, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 13 and ART 14 are required.

ART 17 Introduction to Basic Design (2-Dimensional)

This is a studio course introducing the basic concepts of design. Students are given assignments solving problems of color, line, texture, form and space.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio Fee, $70
Components: Studio

ART 18 Introduction to Basic Design (3-Dimensional)

This is a studio course exploring the fundamental concepts of three-dimensional design. Through a series of progressive assignments, students solve basic problems dealing with mass, volume and planes in space and investigate their uses through history.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 18P Introduction to Basic Design (3-Dimensional)

This is a studio course exploring the fundamental concepts of three-dimensional design. Through a series of progressive assignments, students solve basic problems dealing with mass, volume and planes in space and investigate their uses through history.
Studio fee, $65
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Studio

ART 19 Photography

This course is an introduction to the mechanics and aesthetics of photography. It is a studio course in basic photographic processes, principles and techniques that use the camera and digital darkroom as an art media.
Every Semester, 3 credits.
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 19X Photography

Department Consent Required
This course is an introduction to the mechanics and aesthetics of photography. It is a studio course in basic photographic processes, principles and techniques that use the camera and digital darkroom as an art media.
Studio fee, $70
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Studio

ART 20 Advanced Photography

This course utilizes advanced techniques and processes in the digital darkroom with an emphasis on composition and creativity. Seminars emphasize individual criticism and instruction.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee $75.
Components: Studio
Requirement Group:
Prerequisite of ART 2 or ART 19 or permission of instructor is required.

ART 21 Printmaking

This course is an introduction to printmaking. The course covers a basic technical and conceptual approach to monotype and unique prints including drypoint engraving, copier transfer, collagraph and simple photo process. The emphasis is on experimentation with diverse materials and individual projects.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 22 Intermediate Printmaking

This course covers contemporary print concepts and materials including photo screenprinting, etching and photoetching with mixed techniques emphasizing connections to painting, photography, digital and installation art. The course includes demonstration, discussion and critique and an intense workshop environment.
Every Semester 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 23 Advanced Printmaking

This course covers the photo-process, lithography, papermaking and experimental printmaking. Printmaking as it relates to book arts, public art and installations through critiques and individual projects are examined. There is an investigation into the multiple vs. unique print.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of ART 21 is required.

ART 24 Advanced Printmaking

This course covers the photo-process, lithography, papermaking and experimental printmaking. Printmaking as it relates to book arts, public art and installations through critiques and individual projects are examined. There is an investigation into the multiple vs. unique print.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of ART 21 is required.

ART 25 Calligraphy

The history, development and practice of handwriting as craft and art are explored. At least, the course should instill a grounding in the craft; at best, a facility in the art of calligraphy. Minimally, all handwriting improves.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $70
Components: Studio

ART 26 Advanced Calligraphy

This course is advanced work in the art of fine writing and additional investigation into historic and contemporary letter forms.
Every Semester 3 credits
Studio fee, $70
Components: Studio

ART 30 Communications Photography

A basic photography course which targets the needs of the communications industry including journalism, public relations, television and advertising. Fundamentals of photography as a communicative tool include the use of the digital darkroom to produce images in both black and white and color.
On Occasion, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of Communication major is required.

ART 31 Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture 1

General study in the methods of structuring clay, hand building, throwing on the potter's wheel and experimental techniques. This course encompasses the entire ceramic process, forming, glazing and firing techniques.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 32 Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture 2

General study in the methods of structuring clay, hand building, throwing on the potter's wheel and experimental techniques. This course encompasses the entire ceramic process, forming, glazing and firing techniques.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of ART 31 is required.

ART 33 Creative Image, Idea, and Realization: Survey and Lab in Ceramics

T his is an introduction to the appreciation of ceramic art. This course consists of creative work in conjunction with the study of pottery, architectured tiles, sculpture and mixed media.
3 credits. This course has an additional fee.
Components: Studio
Studio Fee, $75
Requirement Group:
Prerequisite of ART 31 is required.

ART 35 Sculpture 1

This course is an introduction to sculpture techniques, concepts, and materials, aesthetic and structural. Emphasis is on three-dimensional reality and study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio

ART 35X Sculpture 1

Department Consent Required
This course is an introduction to sculpture techniques, concepts, and materials, aesthetic and structural. Emphasis is on three-dimensional reality and study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Studio fee, $70 each
Components: Studio

ART 36 Sculpture 2

This course is an introduction to sculpture techniques, concepts, and materials, aesthetic and structural. Emphasis is on three-dimensional reality and study of related concepts.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio
Requirement Group:
Prerequisite of ART 35 is required.

ART 37 Sculpture 3

This course is independent, advanced study and work in the sculptural medium of the student's choice under the personal guidance of the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components:
Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 35 & 36 are required.

ART 37X Sculpture 3

Department Consent Required
This course is independent, advanced study and work in the sculptural medium of the student's choice under the personal guidance of the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Studio fee, $70 each
Components: Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 35 & 36 are required.

ART 38 Advanced Sculpture 4

This course is independent, advanced study and work in the sculptural medium of the student's choice under the personal guidance of the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Studio
Requirement Group: Prerequisites of ART 35 & 36 are required.

ART 42 Electronic Media

This course introduces students to the use of electronic media in studio arts. Through hands-on and analytical approaches, students create works using video, computers, sound and light as tools in sculpture, installation and performance video while developing an awareness of the history of these media and the critical dialogue surrounding them. Emphasis is placed on the relationship among individual art practice and its implication for social and aesthetic issues.
On Occasion, 3 credits
Studio fee, $75
Components: Thesis

ART 43 Watercolor

Watercolor painting offers a sequential program of study, combining studio exercises and visual ideas within the context of an art historical perspective. Throughout the semester a variety of materials and techniques will be introduced, which the students will practice in class and for homework, utilizing primarily representational but also abstract modes of painting, while solving specific problems dealing with visual literacy and conceptual content.
Spring Semester, 3 credits
Studio fee, $70
Components: Studio

ART 59 Survey of World Art I

A chronological survey of the fine arts of the world tracing cultural and creative expression in all media, from prehistoric times to the beginning of the European Renaissance.
Annually, Fall 3 credits

ART 59X Survey of World Art I

Department Consent Required
A chronological survey of the fine arts of the world tracing cultural and creative expression in all media, from prehistoric times to the beginning of the European Renaissance.
Annually, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 60 Survey of World Art 2

A chronological survey of the fine arts of the world tracing cultural and creative expression in all media, from the Renaissance period to the present.
Annually, Spring 3 credits

ART 60X Survey World Art 2

Department Consent Required
A chronological survey of the fine arts of the world tracing cultural and creative expression in all media, from the Renaissance period to the present.
Annually, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 61 Ancient Art: The Western Tradition

The development of architecture, sculpture and painting from their origins in prehistoric times, through early cultural developments in the Near East and the Mediterranean, followed by the mingling of these civilizations with Old European, Celtic and Etruscan cultures that produced the masterpieces of Mycenea, Greece and Rome.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 61X Ancient Art

Department Consent Required
Components: Lecture

ART 64 Medieval Art

This course explores the art and architecture of Europe and Asia Minor from the rise of Christianity in Late Antiquity to the Gothic period, 300-1300 C.E. Themes include exchange between cultures, changing social conditions and transformations of the political and artistic landscape of Europe.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 65 Italian Renaissance Art

This course examines architecture, sculpture and painting from the time of Giotto in the early 14th century to the late works of Michelangelo in the mid-16th century. Topics of discussion include the evolution of the artist’s identity from craftsman to creator, changes in artistic patronage, revolutionary technical innovations and the emergence of the humanist tradition.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 65X Italian Renaissance Art

Department Consent Required
This course examines architecture, sculpture and painting from the time of Giotto in the early 14th century to the late works of Michelangelo in the mid-16th century. Topics of discussion include the evolution of the artist’s identity from craftsman to creator, changes in artistic patronage, revolutionary technical innovations and the emergence of the humanist tradition.
Fall (odd years), 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 66 Northern Art of the 15th and 16th Centuries

This course is a survey of painting, graphic art and sculpture in France, Flanders, Holland and Germany that examines the primary historical developments of the period and their reflection in the arts, particularly the relation of the Northern Gothic tradition to Italian classicism and the development of conflicting visual and cultural models brought about by the Protestant Reformation.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 67 The Art of the Baroque

This course surveys architecture, sculpture and painting in Italy, Spain, France, Flanders and Holland during the Baroque era and includes the works of Bernini, Velasquez, Poussin, Rubens and Rembrandt, among others. Topics include the legacy of classicism, the artist’s studio practice, the emergence of the commercial art market and the impact of global exploration.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 67X The Art of the Baroque

Department Consent Required
This course surveys architecture, sculpture and painting in Italy, Spain, France, Flanders and Holland during the Baroque era and includes the works of Bernini, Velasquez, Poussin, Rubens and Rembrandt, among others. Topics include the legacy of classicism, the artist’s studio practice, the emergence of the commercial art market and the impact of global exploration.
Fall (odd years), 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 68 The Art of the 18th and 19th Centuries

This course covers the development of architecture, sculpture and painting from 18th century Rococo to the Neoclassical, Romantic and Realist movements of the 19th century, as well as the revolutionary inventions of photography and mass-production printing technologies.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 68X Art of the 18th and 19th Centuries

Department Consent Required
This course covers the development of architecture, sculpture and painting from 18th century Rococo to the Neoclassical, Romantic and Realist movements of the 19th century, as well as the revolutionary inventions of photography and mass-production printing technologies.
On occasion, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 70 Modern Art

This course examines the rapidly changing historical and social conditions in Europe from the 1860s to the 1940s and the international art movements that emerged from this period of unprecedented transformation. Spanning the art of Manet and Whistler to that of Picasso and Pollock, this covers Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Expressionism, Constructivism, Dada, Surrealism and the rise of the American avant-garde.
Fall, 3 credits

ART 70X Modern Art

Department Consent Required
This course examines the rapidly changing historical and social conditions in Europe from the 1860s to the 1940s and the international art movements that emerged from this period of unprecedented transformation. Spanning the art of Manet and Whistler to that of Picasso and Pollock, this covers Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Expressionism, Constructivism, Dada, Surrealism and the rise of the American avant-garde.
Fall, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 72 Contemporary Art

This course surveys the continuing impact of earlier 20th century styles on international art from the postwar period to the present moment. Topics of discussion include the relationship between popular culture and fine art, the representation of gender and cultural identity, the evolving role of the museum and art market and the impact of new technologies and media on art making and reception.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 72X Contemporary Art

Department Consent Required
This course surveys the continuing impact of earlier 20th century styles on international art from the postwar period to the present moment. Topics of discussion include the relationship between popular culture and fine art, the representation of gender and cultural identity, the evolving role of the museum and art market and the impact of new technologies and media on art making and reception.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 73 Jewish & Islamic Art

Components: Lecture

ART 75 American Art

This course is a survey of North American art and architecture from the colonial period to postwar modernism. Topics include the legacy of European art, regional artistic schools, changing representations of national identity, the impact of social conflict and wars and the ascendency of American art in the 1940s.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 77 Primitive/Pre-Columbian Art

This course examines the cultural traditions and artworks of the peoples of Africa, Oceania and the Americas before European colonization. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of cultural objects and architecture related to sacred ritual and cosmology, social structures, the symbolism of natural forces and the imaging of power, both supernatural and human.
Fall, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 78 Asian Art

This course examines the architecture, sculpture, painting and ritual objects of India, China, Korea and Japan from the prehistoric past to the contemporary period, with a focus on the interrelationships and divergences between these major world cultures in artistic tradition and the religious and social contexts these traditions reflect.
On Occasion, 3 credits

ART 79 History of Photography

This course covers the development of photography from its earliest days as both a technique and as an art and its relation to the other arts in terms of mutual influence. This course examines the relationship of technique to photographic form as seen in daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, calotypes, wet plates, tin types, and today's 35mm photography.
Fall, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 80 Concepts & Issues in Contemporary Photography

A look at photography as practiced in the Contemporary Era (i.e., post 1950) taking into account the historical, sociological and artistic concepts and issues that shape and inform the medium.
Spring, 3 credits
Components: Lecture
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of ART 79 or permission of instructor is required.

ART 81 Native American Art

Components: Lecture

ART 85 History of Visual Communications

This course covers the evolution of books, typography, illustration, posters, advertising, etc. Emphasis is placed on 20th century developments.
Spring, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 87 History of Ceramics

This course covers the development of ceramics from its Neolithic origins through its developments in Asia, Europe and the Americas . Emphasis is placed on the exciting role of ceramics in contemporary art.
On Occasion, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 90 Senior Seminar in Art History

This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 90X Senior Seminar in Art History

Department Consent Required
This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 91 Independent Study in Art History

Department Consent Required
This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Independent Study

ART 91X Independent Study in Art History

Department Consent Required
This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Independent Study

ART 92 Independent Study in Art History

Department Consent Required
This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Independent Study

ART 92X Art History Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This course is individual, supervised research regarding problems in Art History. Topics reflecting the student's major interest are selected in consultation with the instructor.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 95 Senior Colloquium

Department Consent Required
This course is required of all Seniors in the Creative Art Studio major. A weekly meeting is held with members of the Art faculty for the purpose of exchanging current and past ideas, aims and views on art, particularly as these relate to student interests. Students may be requested to prepare a work for exhibition or a paper in their area of specialization.
Every Semester, 1 credit
Components: Independent Study

ART 95X Senior Colloquium

Department Consent Required

This course is required of all Seniors in the Creative Art Studio major. A weekly meeting is held with members of the Art faculty for the purpose of exchanging current and past ideas, aims and views on art, particularly as these relate to student interests. Students may be requested to prepare a work for exhibition or a paper in their area of specialization.
Every Semester, 1 credit
Components: Lecture

ART 96 Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Independent Study

ART 96X Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Components: Independent Study

ART 97 Independent Study

Department Consent Required
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 creditsf
Components: Independent Study

ART 97X Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Components: Independent Study

ART 98 Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Independent Study

ART 98X Independent Study

Department Consent Required
This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings.
Every Semester, 3 credits per semester
Components: Independent Study

ART 99 Independent Study

Department Consent Required This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings. Every Semester, 3 credits Components: Independent Study

ART 99X Independent Study

Department Consent Required This is an independent study course in Art Studio for subjects not included in scheduled offerings. Every Semester, 3 credits per semester Components: Independent Study

ART 101 Interpreting Art in the 21st Century

This interpretive investigation of contemporary art explores traditional and new theories of art criticism and fosters aesthetic awareness of the relationship between works of art, cultural concepts, and human experience. Students engage in critical discourse as they respond to image-based lectures, readings, websites, exhibition visits, and a sampling of reflexive exercises in the visual arts. Content develops from diverse application for understanding all artistic expression and practice guides future analysis of visual art in the 21st century.
Every Semester, 3 credits
Special fee, $70
Components: Lecture
Course Equivalents: ART 101P
Attributes: Core Course

ART 101F Interpreting Art in 21st Century (International Students ONLY)

This interpretive investigation of contemporary art explores traditional and new theories of art criticism and fosters aesthetic awareness of the relationship between works of art, cultural concepts, and human experience. Students engage in critical discourse as they respond to image-based lectures, readings, websites, exhibition visits, and a sampling of reflexive exercises in the visual arts. Content develops from diverse application for understanding all artistic expression and practice guides future analysis of visual art in the 21st century.
International Students Only
Special fee, $70
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture

ART 101P Interpreting Art in the 21st Century

This interpretive investigation of contemporary art explores traditional and new theories of art criticism and fosters aesthetic awareness of the relationship between works of art, cultural concepts, and human experience. Students engage in critical discourse as they respond to image-based lectures, readings, websites, exhibition visits, and a sampling of reflexive exercises in the visual arts. Content develops from diverse application for understanding all artistic expression and practice guides future analysis of visual art in the 21st century.
Special fee, $65
Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture/Lab
Course Equivalents: ART 101

ART 303 Western Art & Music

This course is an introduction to the visual arts of all periods emphasizing perception and understanding of painting, sculpture, architecture, and the graphic arts and their relationship to the creative process. Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture
Course Equivalents: ART 1X, ART 304, ART 1P, ART 1
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program

ART 304 Western Art & Music

This course is an introduction to the visual arts of all periods emphasizing perception and understanding of painting, sculpture, architecture, and the graphic arts and their relationship to the creative process. Every Semester, 3 credits
Components: Lecture
Course Equivalents: ART 1X, ART 303, ART 1P, ART 1
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program

ART 359 Honors Advanced Elective

Fall - Honors Advanced Elective - Please consult the Honors website for complete description. Components: Lecture Requirement Group: Prerequisite of Sophomore, Junior or Senior status and in Honors Program are required.

ART 360 Honors Advanced Elective

Spring - Honors Advanced Elective - Please consult the Honors website for complete description. Components: Lecture Requirement Group: Prerequisite of Sophomore, Junior or Senior status and in Honors Program are required.

ART 385 Honors Tutorial

Components: Independent Study
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program

ART 386 Honors Tutorial

Components: Lecture
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program

ART 389 Honors Thesis

Components: Thesis, Thesis Reader 1
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program

ART 390 Honors Thesis

Components: Thesis, Thesis Reader 1
Requirement Group: Must be in Honors Program