College of Arts and Sciences
437, 438 Three Dimensional Studio III, IV (3, 3)
Directed study of student-selected 3-D problems and processes with primary focus on nontraditional forms. On demand. Courses are sequential. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite: Art 338.
439 Advanced Three Dimensional Studio (3)
Directed study of student-selected 3-D problems and processes with emphasis on development of personal aesthetic. On demand. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite or Corequisite: Art 437.
440 Senior Studio in Sculpture (3)
Selected problems in the 3-D area to further the development of a students aesthetic, and which culminates in a body of work of exhibition quality. On demand. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite: Art 439.
461r Printmaking: Special Topics (3)
Advanced study in printmaking to further the development of a students aesthetic and culminating in a body of work of exhibition quality. On demand. May not repeat the same topic. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite:s Art 203 and upper division standing in the major or approval of department head.
465, 466 Problem Solving in Graphic Design (3, 3)
Advanced study in graphic design, focusing on applied problems. Emphasis on formal, intellectual, aesthetic and pragmatic issues. Problems integrating word and image, organization of information, visual interpretation. Work leading to significant portfolio development. Fall and Spring semesters. Studio hours 6. Courses are sequential; 465 prerequisite to 466.
468r Ceramics: Special Topics (3)
Group studies at the upper level using ceramic media. Emphasis on development of advanced technical skills necessary to solving studio problems. On demand. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite: Art 344.
471 Advanced Typography (3)
Computer applications for typography. Advanced study in typography composition. Techniques in manipulation of type. Spring semester. Studio hours 6. Prerequisite: Art 371.
490r Seminar in Art Education (3)
Emphasis on contemporary issues in art education. On demand.
491 Professional Preparation for the Visual Artist (3)
An opportunity to examine professional protocol and expectations in the art community. Students will study how to critically write about their art and the artwork of others. Grant writing and how to apply for admission to graduate schools will be addressed in addition to preparing professional portfolios and preparing to exhibit their art. All graduating seniors majoring in art will collectively collaborate on the mounting of an exhibition. Spring semester. Prerequisite: Application for Senior Exhibition in the fall semester, senior standing in the BFA major or approval of department head.
495r Departmental Honors (1-3 hours per term, 4 hours for the two terms)
Every semester. See Departmental Honors.
497r Research (1-4)
498r Individual Studies (1-4)
499r Group Studies (1-4)