Oct 21, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses of Instruction


Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix. Each course description begins with a subject prefix followed by a three-digit course number and the course title. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description. Prerequisites and co-requisites are also listed. A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student will be permitted to enroll in the course. A co-requisite is a course, experience, or other preparation that must be completed at the same time that the student is enrolled in the listed course.

Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance, a “Code or Number” search of ” 1* ” can be entered, returning all 100-level courses.

 

Accounting

  
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    AC 221 - Principles of Accounting I


    3 credit hours
    Principles and procedures involved in the accounting cycle, with emphasis on the logical application of accounting theory to the recording and interpretation of business transactions.
  
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    AC 222 - Principles of Accounting II


    3 credit hours
    Emphasis on accounting procedures for the planning and control of company activities and the significance of accounting information for managerial decision-making. Prerequisite(s): AC 221 .
  
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    AC 310 - Computerized Data Analysis


    3 credit hours
    Advanced elements of electronic spreadsheets and proper usage of their commands, macros, and functions. Building spreadsheets, creating graphs and formulas for financial analysis and other business applications. A student cannot receive credit for this course and MIS 310 . Prerequisite(s): MIS 161 . (Cross-listed with MIS 310 ).
  
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    AC 324 - Intermediate Accounting I


    3 credit hours
    Financial accounting theory and practice, including thorough study of the accounting principles underlying reports on financial position and results of business operation. Junior standing required. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 .
  
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    AC 325 - Intermediate Accounting II


    3 credit hours
    Continuation of AC 324 .  Prerequisite(s): AC 324 
  
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    AC 326 - Cost Accounting I


    3 credit hours
    Principles of manufacturing and distribution cost accounting. Emphasis on determination of unit costs for the manufacturer, service costs, standard costs, departmental costs, types of cost systems, use of cost accounting data in administering a business, and the measurement of operating results. Junior standing required. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 .
  
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    AC 327 - Intermediate Accounting III


    3 credit hours
    Continuation of AC 325 . Prerequisite(s): AC 325 
  
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    AC 360 - Accounting Information Systems


    3 credit hours
    An introduction to accounting information systems, including emphasis on transaction processing cycles; also, includes emphasis on accounting systems controls related to input, processing, output, and storage. Includes an introduction to accounting systems software.  Junior standing required. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 .
  
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    AC 384 - Business Law


    3 credit hours
    Analysis of legal problems inherent in business transactions, along with their accounting and audit implications. Spring Semester. Junior standing Prerequisite(s): BL 283 . Cross-listed with BL 384  
  
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    AC 409 - Internship in Accounting


    3 credit hours
    Work-related experience in a private, public, or government organization enhancing student learning of academic concepts and theories in accounting. Course may be repeated or completed for up to 6 credit hours on a pass/fail basis. Accounting majors with senior standing and GPA of at least 3.0, (or consent of instructor) required.
  
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    AC 410 - Internship in Accounting II


    3 credit hours
    Work-related experience in a private, public, or governmental organization enhancing student learning of academic concepts and theories in accounting. Accounting majors with senior standing and GPA of at least 3.0, (or consent of instructor) required.
  
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    AC 421 - Income Tax I


    3 credit hours
    Comprehensive study of federal income-tax principles and concepts as applied to individuals. Junior standing required. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 .
  
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    AC 422 - Advanced Accounting


    3 credit hours
    Accounting for partnerships, and the complexities that business combinations present to accountants. Course also examines accounting for international business operations and other selected advanced accounting topics. Prerequisite(s): AC 325 .
  
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    AC 423 - Auditing I


    3 credit hours
    Theory and concepts underlying generally accepted auditing standards, with emphasis on the professional, ethical, and legal environments in which auditors work. Topics include the profession’s standard-setting structure, code of ethics, Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934, Statements on Auditing Standards, and attribute sampling. Theory and concepts underlying generally accepted auditing standards, with emphasis on the professional, ethical, and legal environments in which auditors work. Prerequisite(s): AC 325 .
  
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    AC 425 - Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting


    3 credit hours
    Special features of budgetary and fund accounting as applied to municipalities, other government units, and institutions such as hospitals and schools. Junior standing. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 . (Cross-listed with AC 525).
  
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    AC 426 - Cost Accounting II


    3 credit hours
    Managerial application of cost data in decision making, including cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, distribution costs, and capital investment. Junior standing required. Prerequisite(s): AC 326 .
  
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    AC 427 - Income Tax II


    3 credit hours
    Federal income-tax principles and concepts as they apply to partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts, and gifts. Prerequisite(s): AC 421 . (Cross-listed with AC 527.)
  
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    AC 428 - Auditing II


    3 credit hours
    Procedural aspects of auditing, including internal control evaluation, audit program design, variable sampling, and EDP auditing. A case study that reinforces these topics is used, and emphasis is placed on auditing with the microcomputer. Includes an introduction to both transaction-cycle and balance sheet audits. Prerequisite(s): AC 423 . (Cross-listed with AC 528.)
  
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    AC 460 - Special Topics in Accounting


    3 credit hours
    Study of a special topic in accounting. This course may be repeated once for up to 6 credit hours. Restricted to accounting majors. Prerequisite(s): AC 222 .
  
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    AC 476 - Applied Research in Accounting


    3 credit hours
    Directed research in accounting. Course may be repeated for a total of 6 credit hours. Restricted to senior standing and consent of instructor.
  
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    AC 481 - Professional Accountancy Certification


    3 credit hours
    A preparatory course for professional accountancy certification exam. Detailed study of topics and procedures related to professional accountancy certification. Restricted to senior standing and consent of instructor. (Cross-listed with AC 581.)
  
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    AC 483 - Income Tax Practicum


    1 credit hour
    Application of income tax concepts in an intensive hands-on practicum environment. Students will provide income tax preparation services to clients as participants in the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Program. This course provides a unique opportunity for students to work directly with actual tax clients. May be repeated for a total of 2 hours with the permission of the instructor. Completion of IRS VITA certification exams at the Basic, Advanced, and Foreign Student levels and permission of the instructor.

African American Studies

  
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    AAS 200 - Introduction to African American Studies


    3 credit hours
    Through the course lectures, required readings, and discussions, students will acquire a fuller understanding about the historical and cultural development and social construction of black America: what African Americans have thought about themselves and the larger society, how they have evolved as a community with a distinct culture from slavery to the twenty-first century, and where they may be going as a people.
  
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    AAS 301 - Race, Class and Gender


    3 credit hours
    This course offers an interdisciplinary approach to the ways in which gender, race and class intersect in today’s society while exploring how the intersection of these social categories impact the daily lives of African Americans in the United States. In particular, this course will focus on how these markers of difference are historically and socially constructed and how they have changed throughout the years. In order to better understand the complex nature of how race, class and gender intersect, this course will also analyze the multiple axes of power and domination and their relationship to the creation of privileged and unprivileged categories which shape our personal lives and experiences on a daily basis. 
  
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    AAS 302 - Black Popular Culture


    3 credit hours
    This course offers an interdisciplinary approach to critically examining the definitions of Black popular culture in the United States. The readings for this course will draw upon theory and concepts related to media studies, cultural studies, gender studies, and race studies in order to better understand the impact that the various mediums that serve to construct what is known as “popular culture” (music, television, film, art, etc.) play in the construction of “Blackness”. In particular, this course will focus on the historical relationship of Blacks to mainstream culture by encouraging students to critically examine “popular” representations of “Blackness” in order to better understand the complex issues related to Black identity, as well as explore their own participation in embracing and/or resisting “Black” representations and the impact of “Black” popular culture on their lived experiences. The specific focus of this course can vary based on the preference of the instructor; therefore, students can take this course more than on
  
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    AAS 370 - Special Topics in African American Studies


    3 credit hours
    Course may be repeated for credit as often as the topic changes.

Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 210 - Introduction to Anthropology


    3 credit hours
    The study of human variation, biological and behavioral, in the present as well as the past. This course explores the varied solutions of different peoples to the same basic problems, survival, social relationships, and the comprehension of the world in which they live.
  
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    ANTH 211 - Introduction to Archaeology


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to the methods and theory used by archaeologists to reconstruct past societies by interpreting material culture and the landscape.
  
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    ANTH 311 - Selected Topics in Anthropology


    3 credit hours
    Topics vary and will be announced prior to registration period. Course may be repeated for credit as topic changes. Junior or senior standing required. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 210 .
  
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    ANTH 410 - Theory and Methods in Anthropology


    3 credit hours
    Topics vary and will be announced prior to registration period. Course may be repeated for credit as topic changes. Senior standing required. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 210 .

Art

  
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    ART 100 - Art Awareness


    3 credit hours
    General Education Course
    Introduction to the visual arts, taking a topical rather than a historical approach. Examines the nature, structure, and criticism of visual arts.
  
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    ART 101 - Drawing for Non-Majors


    3 credit hours
    Principles, materials, techniques, and concepts of drawing. Emphasis on line, value, form, and composition through exercises in rendering still-life, natural objects, and some perspective. Non-majors only.
  
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    ART 112 - Drawing I


    3 credit hours
    Principles, materials, techniques, and concepts of drawing. Emphasis on line, value, form, and composition through exercises in rendering still-life, natural objects, and some perspective. Required of all studio majors.
  
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    ART 113 - Drawing II


    3 credit hours
    A continuation of techniques and concepts of drawing from ART 112 , including media exploration and color drawing materials. Subjects include still-life, photographic material, landscape, and figure. Required of all studio majors. Prerequisite(s): ART 112 .
  
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    ART 122 - Two-Dimensional Design and Color


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to creative process, composition, color theory, and practice through a variety of two dimensional exercises. Required of all studio majors.
  
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    ART 132 - Three-Dimensional Design/Tools & Materials


    3 credit hours
    Theory, tools, materials, and processes used in the production of three-dimensional forms. Required of all studio majors.
  
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    ART 218 - History of Art I


    3 credit hours
    General Education Course
    Survey of the history of art from Ancient through Medieval periods. Required of all Art majors. Sophomore standing or above.
  
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    ART 219 - History of Art II


    3 credit hours
    General Education Course
    Survey of the history of art from Renaissance through Contemporary periods. Required of all Art majors. Sophomore standing or above.
  
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    ART 224 - Introduction to Ceramics


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to the major ceramics processes and firing techniques. Emphasis on wheel throwing with a survey of off-wheel approaches (mold making, extrusion, hand building). Prerequisite(s): For majors: ART 132 .
  
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    ART 227 - Special Studies


    1-3 credit hours
    Variable credit for major department trips. Journal and other special projects required. Consent of instructor required.
  
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    ART 228 - Introduction to Painting


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to oil painting. Still-life subjects and a variety of techniques introduce descriptive painting. Prerequisite(s): ART 112  and 122 .
  
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    ART 230 - Introduction to Printmaking


    3 credit hours
    Methods and materials of printmaking, with emphasis on monotype, relief, and intaglio techniques. Prerequisite(s): ART 112  and 122 .
  
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    ART 242 - Introduction to Photography


    3 credit hours
    Basic 35mm camera operation, black-and-white film processing and printing. Students will need a manual 35mm camera with light meter.
  
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    ART 250 - Introduction to New Media


    3 credit hours
    General Education Course
    Exploration of solutions to problems in visual art using various imaging, animation, and multimedia software. Students use the computer to explore new possibilities of electronic media and art. Prerequisite(s): ART 112  and 122 .
  
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    ART 255 - Introduction to Graphic Design


    3 credit hours
    General Education Course
    Fundamental investigation of graphic design principles, tools, methods, and processes, with an emphasis on technical skills. Prerequisite(s): ART 112  and 122 .
  
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    ART 270 - Introduction to Sculpture


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to materials and processes used in the production of sculpture. Prerequisite(s): ART 132 .
  
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    ART 291 - B.F.A. Foundation Seminar


    1 credit hour
    Introduction to professional practices in art and assessment of student’s overall progress in the B.F.A. degree program through workshops, assignments, and the B.F.A. Foundation Portfolio Review. Normally taken during the second semester of the sophomore year. The grade for ART 291 is reported as A, B, C, or NC (no credit). Prerequisite(s) with concurrency allowed: ​ ART 112 , 113 , 122 , 132 , 218 , 219 , and two introductory studios.
  
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    ART 300 - Graphic Design: Typography


    3 credit hours
    Investigation of fundamental to advanced aspects of typographic design, including letterforms legibility, grid systems, hierarchical and expressive typographic structures, exploring traditional and non-traditional forms. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 301 - History of Ancient Art


    3 credit hours
    History of art and architecture produced in ancient Greece and Rome. Prerequisite(s): ART 218  or (consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 302 - History of Medieval Art


    3 credit hours
    History of art and architecture produced in western Europe from the 5th through the 14th centuries, with emphasis on the Romanesque and Gothic periods. Prerequisite(s): ART 218  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 305 - History of 17th- and 18th-Century Art


    3 credit hours
    History of art and architecture produced in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries, with an emphasis on painting and sculpture. Prerequisite(s): ART 219  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 306 - History of 19th-Century Art


    3 credit hours
    History of art and architecture produced in Europe and America during the 19th century, with an emphasis on painting and sculpture. Prerequisite(s): ART 219  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 307 - History of Modern Art, 1900-1945


    3 credit hours
    History of Modern movements in art in Europe and America produced from 1900-1945. Prerequisite(s): ART 219  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 308 - History of Art 1945-2000


    3 credit hours
    History of art and architecture produced from 1945-2000, with an emphasis on the transition from the Modern to Postmodern periods. Prerequisite(s): ART 219  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 313 - Advanced Drawing: Series


    3 credit hours
    In this advanced drawing course students will complete a group of drawings united in theme or approach. Students will develop skills relating to narrative and non-narrative structure in their work using a variety of media. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 314 - Advanced Drawing: The Human Figure


    3 credit hours
    Advanced study of the human figure, with an emphasis on color and expressive composition. Offered on a rotating basis with other 300/400-level drawing courses. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and ART 122 .
  
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    ART 315 - Advanced Drawing: Narrative Drawing


    3 credit hours
    In this course students will explore the concept of narrative drawing, using a variety of drawing media, such as charcoal, graphite, pastel, colored pencil, ink, and watercolor. Projects will include themes such as symbolism, book arts, storytelling, metaphor, literature, and non-linear narrative. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 322 - Ceramics: Atmosphere Firing


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of the techniques and materials of wood, salt, and other atmosphere firings used in the finishing of ceramic ware. Prerequisite(s): ART 224 .
  
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    ART 324 - Ceramics: Mold-making


    3 credit hours
    Single and multi-piece molds and creative applications of casting multiples. Prerequisite(s): ART 224 .
  
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    ART 325 - Ceramics: Wheel-throwing


    3 credit hours
    Use of wheel-throwing techniques in the creation of large-scale, functional, and sculptural forms. Prerequisite(s): ART 224 .
  
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    ART 326 - Special Topics


    3 credit hours
    The Art Department occasionally offers courses on special topics or processes in order to provide students an opportunity to work in areas not included in the regular curriculum. Consent of instructor required.
  
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    ART 327 - Special Topics in Art History


    1-3 credit hours
    The Art Department occasionally offers courses on special topics in art history in order to provide students an opportunity to work in areas not included in the regular curriculum. Consent of instructor required.
  
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    ART 328 - Figure Painting


    3 credit hours
    Figure painting, including work from live models and photographic sources. Prerequisite(s): ART 228 .
  
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    ART 330 - Printmaking: Intaglio


    3 credit hours
    Concentration on copper plate etching, including color and photomechanical techniques. Advanced printmaking classes may be taken in any order. Prerequisite(s): ART 230 .
  
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    ART 331 - Printmaking: Screen Printing


    3 credit hours
    Concentration on screen printing using color, direct stencil, and photomechanical techniques. Advanced printmaking classes may be taken in any order. Prerequisite(s): ART 230 .
  
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    ART 350 - Graphic Design: Symbology


    3 credit hours
    Analysis of signs, symbols, and images to design a visual identity system, which involves logos, trademarks, corporate identity, and signage influence by social, cultural, environmental, and technological factors. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 355 - Graphic Design: Multimedia


    3 credit hours
    Designing for the web as an effective communication vehicle, providing visual aesthetic, user-friendly, informational, and functional elements to convey information. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 356 - Graphic Design: Publication Design


    3 credit hours
    Designing fundamental methods of typographical layout, editing images, space, and structure. Examining different styles, techniques, and images related to the book cover, magazine, editorial, catalogue, newspaper, and bookbinding. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 361 - New Media: Animation


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to the basic principles of animation. Scripting and storyboarding will be an important foundation for continuing work in animation. Currently available software will be used to develop animation for the Web, and for creative art. Prerequisite(s): ART 250 .
  
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    ART 362 - New Media: Web Media


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to the theory and practice of art on the Internet. Critically examines the World Wide Web in its application as a digital arts exhibition space, design lab, and communication tool. Not only provides technical information, but also helps frame the Internet as a conceptual forum with historical, philosophical, and aesthetic roots. Prerequisite(s): ART 250 .
  
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    ART 363 - New Media: Digital Video


    3 credit hours
    Strategies and basic skills for visual and audio production of time-based cinemas. Structural, experimental, improvisational, image and audio processing, and event-oriented approaches are explored in conjunction with instruction in the use of digital and analog equipment. Prerequisite(s): ART 250 .
  
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    ART 375 - Sculpture: Environmental


    3 credit hours
    Production of environmental, site specific, and temporary sculptural installations and objects using raw materials and low-tech processes. Prerequisite(s): ART 270 .
  
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    ART 391 - B.F.A. Concentration Seminar


    1 credit hour
    Continuation of professional practices in art and assessment of student’s overall progress in the B.F.A. degree program through workshops, assignments, and the B.F.A. Concentration Portfolio Review. Normally taken during the second semester of the junior year after. The grade for ART 391 is reported as A, B, C, or NC (no credit). Prerequisite(s): ART 291  and completion of, or current enrollment in, 18 credit hours of studio and art-history classes, including at least two classes in the concentration.
  
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    ART 394 - Photography: Advanced Black-and-White


    3 credit hours
    Advanced control with black-and-white photography. Emphasis on developing technical skill and personal direction in image making. Prerequisite(s): ART 242 .
  
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    ART 396 - Advanced Drawing: Illustration


    3 credit hours
    Illustrative and narrative drawing; includes both black-and-white and color drawing media. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 399 - Water-Based Media


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of various water-based media. A variety of drawing and painting processes will be used; focus in drawing or painting is possible. Prerequisite(s): ART 228 .
  
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    ART 400 - Graphic Design: History and Application


    3 credit hours
    Understanding graphic design as affected by social, political, international, and technological developments. Emphasis on developing visual arts and design in association with historical research. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 402 - History of Italian Renaissance Art


    3 credit hours
    History of painting, sculpture, and architecture produced in Italy from the early to high Renaissance. Prerequisite(s): ART 218  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 403 - Contemporary Art


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of production, theory, and criticism of Contemporary Art. Prerequisite(s): ART 219  (or consent of instructor).
  
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    ART 405 - Art and the Environment


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of the pictorial development of landscape and the development of new approaches to art during times of growing awareness of ecology and sustainability. Prerequisite(s): ART 219 .
  
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    ART 406 - History of Photography


    3 credit hours
    Survey of the history of photography and contemporary criticism.
  
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    ART 408 - Directed Research in Art History


    1-3 credit hours
    Reading and research under direction and supervision of appropriate art history faculty. Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
  
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    ART 410 - Mixed Media


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of experimental and alternative media, techniques, and processes. Course content varies. Course may be repeated for credit by permission. Prerequisite(s): ART 112  and 122 .
  
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    ART 414 - Advanced Drawing: Materials and Concepts


    3 credit hours
    Traditional and alternative technical and conceptual problems in drawing, with emphasis on individual, creative approaches to the assignments, extensive planning and development, technical proficiency in execution, and thoughtful, articulate, critical evaluation. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 416 - Advanced Drawing: Color


    3 credit hours
    An advanced-level drawing course that focuses on color drawing media such as pastel, colored pencil, and ink. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 417 - Advanced Drawing: Large Format


    3 credit hours
    In this advanced drawing course students will explore drawing issues related to scale, such as the relationship with the viewer and the power of life-size and larger imagery. A variety of materials and techniques will be explored. Prerequisite(s): ART 113  and 122 .
  
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    ART 424 - Ceramics: Hand-building


    3 credit hours
    Use of coil, slab, extrusion, and wheel-generated forms as raw materials for assembly. Prerequisite(s): ART 224 .
  
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    ART 425 - Ceramics: Alternative Approaches


    3 credit hours
    Land art, performance, conceptual, clay in combination with other materials (both virtual and actual). Prerequisite(s): ART 224 .
  
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    ART 428 - Painting Material and Techniques


    3 credit hours
    The emphasis is to explore different painting techniques and concepts, and alternative painting surfaces. More independence is expected of the students. Prerequisite(s): ART 228 .
  
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    ART 429 - Narrative Painting


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of narrative, symbol, and metaphor as subjects in painting. Prerequisite(s): ART 228 .
  
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    ART 430 - Printmaking: Lithography


    3 credit hours
    Concentration on direct lithography from plates and/or stones, including color and photomechanical techniques. Advanced printmaking courses may be taken in any order. Prerequisite(s): ART 230 .
  
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    ART 431 - Printmaking: Relief


    3 credit hours
    Concentration on relief printing, including color, large format, and non-traditional materials. Advanced printmaking courses may be taken in any order. Prerequisite(s): ART 230 .
  
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    ART 432 - Photo-Etching


    3 credit hours
    Concentration on the photo-etching printing technique using photopolymer plates and ink-jet transparencies from traditional and digital photographs and drawings.
  
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    ART 444 - Studio Photography


    3 credit hours
    Introduction to the equipment and processes of controlled lighting techniques, large-format camera, and color. Prerequisite(s): ART 242 .
  
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    ART 445 - Photography: Alternative Processes


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of non-silver and experimental photographic processes. Prerequisite(s): ART 242 .
  
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    ART 446 - Photography: Historic Processes


    3 credit hours
    Exploration of gum bichromate, cyanotype, van Dyke brown, and other contact printing processes.
  
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    ART 447 - Photography: Documentary


    3 credit hours
    A seminar and studio course that presents traditions and techniques in documentary photography with use of the film and digital camera to explore cultural and personal themes. Prerequisite(s): ART 242 .
  
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    ART 450 - Graphic Design: Information Design


    3 credit hours
    Designing visual presentation of statistical and quantified information, such as narratives, graphs, charts, diagrams, maps, and data to express meaning in graphic and typographic messages. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 451 - Graphic Design: Product and Packaging Design


    3 credit hours
    An exploration of the materials, processes and functions of packaging design, focusing on the fundamentals of packaging design history, the relation of 2D design to 3D forms, and marketing. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
  
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    ART 452 - Graphic Design: Environmental Design


    3 credit hours
    This course is to explore visual communication in public space, including functional and aesthetic approaches to defining public design through way-finding, exhibition, display, and signage design. Prerequisite(s): ART 255 .
 

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