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ART 300C  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Painting 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300D  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Printmaking 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300E  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Sculpture 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300F  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Photography 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300H  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Figure Drawing 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300I  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300J  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Art Education 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300K  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Fiber/Textiles 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 300L  Credits 1-6 
Title Individualized Studies in Illustration 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Individualized instruction in media not regularly offered in studio concentrations. 



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ART 303A  Credits
Title Intermediate Pottery/Wheel Throwing 
Prerequisite ART 203A 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description An in-depth investigation involving the skills, techniques, and aesthetics of forms thrown on the potter's wheel. Exercises in decorating as well as firing are included. Students may take 303A, 304A, and 305A in any order. 



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ART 303C  Credits
Title Painting: Technique, Color and Composition 
Prerequisite ART 203C 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Emphasis on technical skills, color strategy and compositional methods. The class projects are designed for developing students’ personal subject matter. Specific paint applications and technical information will be provided in order to develop painting skills. 



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ART 303D  Credits
Title Printmaking: Relief, Paper, Book 
Prerequisite ART 203D 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Students will explore an intermediate level of printmaking focusing on expanded techniques in relief printmaking, as well as exploring some bookbinding and papermaking. Assignments will allow students to incorporate other techniques and concepts of their choosing, but at least, in part, will address some of the techniques in relief printmaking and book arts in contemporary and historical applications. 



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ART 303E  Credits
Title Sculpture: Technique and Object Making 
Prerequisite ART 203E 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description This course expands on furthering student’s skill level with tools and technical abilities. The course will emphasize the exploration of object making while assisting the development of a conceptual vocabulary. 



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ART 303F  Credits
Title Contemporary Digital Concepts 
Prerequisite ART 203F 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description This course is dedicated to the expanded exploration of digital image making processes and alternative methods of display with an emphasis on photographic concepts and contemporary digital practices. 



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ART 303H  Credits
Title Perceptual Drawing 
Prerequisite ART 203H or ART 203C or ART 203D or ART 203L 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Emphasis on observational drawing and realism in traditional media. Scientific/botanical illustration, human figure/anatomy, and other realist subjects addressed. Each student completes an extended project in primary subject of interest. May be repeated for up to 8 credits. 



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ART 304A  Credits
Title Intermediate Handbuilding/Ceramic Sculpture 
Prerequisite ART 203A 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description This course delves into the techniques of producing larger sculptural objects as well as conceptual approaches to sculpture. The course also introduces the use of paperclay and alternative surface effects appropriate to sculptural work. Students may take 303A, 304A, and 305A in any order. 



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ART 304C  Credits
Title Painting: Portraiture 
Prerequisite ART 303C 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Refinement of technical facility and concentration on the subjects of portraiture and figure painting. Study of portraiture/figure painting and their compositional strategies. In-depth studio investigation in historical and contemporary portrait/figure painting. Students may take ART 303C, 304C and 305C in any order.  



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ART 304D  Credits
Title Printmaking: Intaglio and Photo-based Printmaking 
Prerequisite ART 203D 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description Students will explore an intermediate level of printmaking focusing on expanded techniques in intaglio printmaking and photo-based applications. Assignments will allow students to incorporate other techniques and concepts of their choosing, but at least, in part, will address intaglio and photo-based printmaking in contemporary and historical applications. 



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ART 304E  Credits
Title Sculpture: Installation and Space 
Prerequisite ART 203E 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description This course will explore the use space, site and place. The goal of the course is to assist students in the utilization three-dimensional space beyond the object to actualize fully realized works of art. 



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ART 304F  Credits
Title Experimental Techniques in Photography 
Prerequisite ART 203F 
Course Outline Course Outline 
Description This course is dedicated to understanding an expanded definition of the photographic medium from both an historical and interdisciplinary viewpoint. Explorations can include early photographic processes, new and mixed media processes with a core photographic component, and both lens and non-lens based forms of image making.