College of Arts and Humanities
It is recommended that art majors complete 113, 115, and 116 of the art required courses prior to undertaking studio courses at the 200 level. Courses labeled repeatable may be taken for a maximum of 6 credit hours unless a second repetition requires department chair's consent.
ART CORE COURSES
ART 101 Introduction to the Visual Arts (3) Nature of the world's visual arts and their influences on quality of life. Lectures, demonstrations. AHL1
ART 113 Introduction to Drawing (3) Descriptive, expressive, and formal aspects of visual language through drawing practice. AHL1
ART 115 Introduction to Two-Dimensional Composition (3) Basic design concepts, elements, and principles of art. AHL1
ART 116 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Composition (3) Basic concepts, elements, and principles of art. AHL1
ART 201 Expanded Arts (3) Theory and practice course investigating language common to all arts activity particularly as related to the contemporary arts. Pre: one 100-level 2D studio course and one 100-level 3D studio course; or consent.
EXPANDED ARTS/CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
ART 301 (Alpha) Art and Technology Studio I (3) (6 Lec/Lab) Combined theory and practice studio course(s) that investigate language, processes, and personalized composing systems related to the use of technological media and its application to a variety of contemporary art areas and related disciplines. (B) imaging systems; (C) electronic and electro-acoustic sound; (D) interactive systems and installations. Pre: 201 and one 200-level studio; or consent.
ART 302 Theory and Criticism of Art (3) Examination of the significant themes and issues in contemporary theory and criticism as they relate to the production and reception of art. Pre: 201 or consent.
ART 389 Hawaiian Art: Studio (3) A studio art course that explores art-making from a Hawaiian perspective, focusing on the concepts of 'Oli and Mo'olelo (narratives) and Kumulipo (creation mythology). Pre: one 200-level studio art course, or consent.
ART 401 Art and Technology Studio II (3) Tutorial studio course that encourages exploration in combined and new media through independent work within an environment of theoretical and critical discourse. Repeatable once. Pre: 301 or consent.
ART 403 Contemporary Issues (3) Art studio addressing a specific sociocultural theme. Repeatable twice. Pre: 201 or consent.
ART 404 Gender Issues in Multimedia and Video (3) Studio/lecture course investigating social, cultural, and gendered representations as informed by contemporary theory and practice. Pre: 201 or any WS course; or consent. (Cross-listed as WS 484)
ART 405 Professional Practice (3) Methods and skills for professional preparation. Creation of visual/written documentation of artwork and practice. Exploration of legal, financial and ethical considerations of artmaking. Student must have a 35mm camera and light meter. A-F only. Pre: BFA Art major and advanced standing in Art; or consent.
ART 490 Comparative Aspects of Arts (3) A seminar to compare modalities of form. Methodology: experiential, descriptive, semantic, structural, and historical. Pre: 171, 172, and 180; or consent.
ART 690 Interdisciplinary Seminar (3) Issues of contemporary art. Analysis of current literature and criticism. Pre: consent.
HISTORY OF ART
ART 171 Introduction to Western Art I (3) Major developments in Western art from pre-history to the Middle Ages. AHL1
ART 172 Introduction to Western Art II (3) Major developments in Western art from the Renaissance to the present. AHL1
ART 180 Introduction to Eastern Art (3) Major developments in arts of Asia. AHL1
ART 275 Women in Art (3) An interdisciplinary survey of the role of women as subject/object in the visual arts, their activity as creators of art and as participants in the art world. Pre: 101 and one of PHIL 100, SOC 100, or WS 101; or consent. (Cross-listed as WS 275)
ART 290 Art of Africa, Pacific, North America (3) Formal and contextual study of art from selected areas in Africa, the Pacific, and North America. Pre: 171, 172, or 180; or consent.
ART 370 Ancient Art (3) Arts of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Crete, and Mycenae. Pre: 171 or consent.
ART 371 Medieval Art (3) Arts of Europe from early Christian era to Renaissance. Pre: 171 or consent.
ART 373 Art of Greece and Rome (3) Minoan and Mycenaean arts; Greece and Rome. Pre: 171 or consent.
ART 374 Art of the 19th Century (3) Architecture, sculpture, and painting of Europe. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 380 Early Art of Japan (3) Major developments, prehistoric through Kamakura; architecture, painting, sculpture. Pre: 180.
ART 381 Later Art of Japan (3) Major developments, Muromachi to modern period; painting, sculpture, architecture. Pre: 180.
ART 384 Art of Korea (3) Ceramics, sculpture, painting, and architecture; neolithic through Yi periods. Pre: 180.
ART 385 Early Art of China (3) Major developments of three-dimensional arts; emphasis on jade, bronze; secular and religious sculptures from prehistoric to 9th century. Pre: 180.
ART 386 Later Art of China (3) Major developments of style and aesthetics of applied arts; architecture, furniture, ceramics, other crafts. Pre: 180.
ART 391 Museum Interpretation (3) Theory and techniques for interpretation of museum resources and communicating with museum visitors. Consideration for interpretive programs in museums, art galleries, historic sites, and parks. Pre: consent. (Alt. years: spring only)
ART 396 (Alpha) History of Photography (3) History of photography from its beginnings to the present; emphasis on the evolution of photography as an art form. (B) nineteenth century, from the invention of photography through pictorialism; (C) twentieth century, from World War I to the present. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 470 (Alpha) Renaissance Art (3) Painting, sculpture, and architecture: (B) early Renaissance in Italy; (C) northern Europe; (D) High Renaissance and mannerism in Italy. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 471 Baroque and Rococo Art (3) Architecture, sculpture, and painting of Europe in the Baroque and Rococo periods. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 472 Art of the United States (3) Emphasis on the 18th and 19th centuries. Pre: 172 or consent. (Cross-listed as AMST 456)
ART 473 Art of the First Half of 20th Century (3) Development of modern art in Europe 1900–1939. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 474 Art Since Middle 20th Century (3) Art of Europe and the United States since 1945. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 475 (Alpha) Art of the Pacific (3) Visual form and function of the arts in cultural context: (B) Australia, Indonesia; (C) Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia; (D) North Pacific coast Indian, Eskimo. Pre: 290 or consent.
ART 476 Art of Tribal Africa (3) Visual form and function of arts in cultural context. Mali, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Congo, Zaire. Pre: 290 or consent.
ART 479 Art of Hawai'i (3) Stylistic and aesthetic characteristics of art of ancient Hawai'i; relationship to art from other parts of Polynesia. Pre: 290 or consent.
ART 482 Women in Japanese Art (3) Issues relating to representations of women in Japanese art. Emphasis on social class and gender roles. Pre: 180 or any WS course; or consent. (Cross-listed as WS 482)
ART 483 Applied Art of Japan (3) Ceramics, metalwork, lacquer, and textiles throughout Japanese history. Pre: 180.
ART 486 Early Chinese Painting (3) Stylistic and aesthetic development of two-dimensional arts; painting and calligraphy from prehistoric to 12th century. Pre: 180.
ART 487 Later Chinese Painting (3) Stylistic and aesthetic development of two-dimensional arts; painting and calligraphy from end of Sung to the present. Pre: 180.
ART 491 (Alpha) Art of Southeast Asia (3) Critical analysis of the historical and cultural development of Buddhist and Hindu art in Southeast Asia: (B) island Southeast Asia; (C) mainland Southeast Asia. Pre: 180 or consent.
ART 492 Art of Ancient India (3) Critical analysis of the historical and cultural development of Indian architecture, painting, and sculpture. Pre: 180 or consent.
ART 493 Art of Islam (3) Major developments in art and architecture. Pre: 171 or consent.
ART 495 History of Modern Design (3) Major design movements in Europe and America from late 19th century to present; arts and crafts movement, art nouveau, modernist trends of the 20th century. Pre: 172 or consent.
ART 496 Topics in the History of Cinema (3) Specific period or national style of cinema studied in its historical context. Repeatable. Pre: 109 or consent.
ART 670 Art Historical Methodology (3) An introduction to art historiography, analytical techniques, and research methods and materials. Pre: consent and graduate standing.
ART 677 Art of Oceania (3) Arts from Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia explored in context of issues involving belief systems and cultural change. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 475C or consent.
ART 679 Art of Indonesia (3) Seminar: aspects of ethnic or tribal sculpture, textiles, architecture, painting. Pre: consent.
ART 687 Chinese Painting and Calligraphy (3) Research topics in the history of Chinese painting and calligraphy. Pre: consent.
ART 688 Chinese Sculpture and Applied Arts (3) Research topics in the history of Chinese sculpture, ceramics, bronzes, jade, and textiles. Pre: consent.
ART 695 (Alpha) Seminar in Western Art History (3) Selected topics in European and American art history. Pre: consent.
ART 780 Early Japanese and Korean Art (3) Emphasis on Buddhist art, 6th to 14th century; early secular painting. Lecture and seminar. Pre: consent.
ART 781 Later Japanese and Korean Art (3) Emphasis on secular art, 14th century to modern period. Lecture and seminar. Pre: consent.
ART 790 Buddhist Art of South Asia (3) Selected research topics in South and Southeast Asian Buddhist art. Pre: consent.
ART 791 Hindu Art of South Asia (3) Selected research topics in South and Southeast Asian Hindu art. Pre: consent.
ART 105 Introduction to Ceramics (3) Three-dimensional concepts in clay; hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques. AHL1
ART 243 Ceramics—Hand-Building (3) Includes modeling, coil, pinch, and slab techniques; introduction to glaze techniques. Repeatable. Pre: 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 244 Ceramics—Wheel-Throwing (3) Techniques and aesthetics of wheel-thrown forms; introduction to glaze techniques. Repeatable. Pre: 103, 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 342 Technical Ceramics (3) Clay body development, glaze development, empirical and calculation methods. Emphasis on glaze maturity, surface, and color. Pre: 243, 244, or consent.
ART 343 Ceramics—Sculpture (3) Sculptural concepts and techniques specifically related to the medium of clay; advanced hand-building, throwing, glazing, and firing techniques. Pre: 243 and 244; or consent.
ART 344 Ceramics—Vessels (3) Exploration of the ceramic vessel as function, metaphor, and expression. Advanced hand-building, throwing, glazing, and firing techniques. Pre: 243 and 244; or consent.
ART 345 Ceramics—Low Temperature (3) Form and surface problems related to earthenware clay bodies and low-temperature glazes; mold-making for ceramics. Pre: 243 and 244; or consent.
ART 346 History of Western Ceramics (3) Western ceramics history from chronological, developmental, contextual, and theoretical standpoints; influence of Asian ceramics. Pre: 243 and 244; or consent.
ART 441 Advanced Ceramics (3) Seminar and studio practice to address the content of the student's work in relation to contemporary concepts. Class exhibition is the final project. Pre: BFA major and four 300-level ceramics courses; or consent.
ART 123 Introduction to Painting (3) Theory and practice of painting; material and technical procedures. AHL1
ART 213 Intermediate Drawing (3) Extension of 113 with emphasis on 20th–century issues. Pre: 113 or consent.
ART 214 Introduction to Life Drawing (3) Investigations of the figure concerning anatomical construction, light, space, diagramatic analysis, and thematic content. Pre: 113 or consent.
ART 223 Intermediate Painting (3) Survey of late 19th- and early 20th-century studio practice emphasizing developments in light notation, cubism, surrealism, and expressionism. Introduction to acrylic painting. Repeatable. Pre: 113 (or concurrent) and 123, or consent.
ART 224 Painting from Life (3) Painting from the model; a survey of the figurative tradition. Repeatable. Pre: 123 and 214 (or concurrent), or consent.
ART 225 Painting/Water-Based Media (3) An introduction to water-based media. Traditional transparent color, gouache and acrylics. Pre: 113 or consent.
ART 313 Advanced Drawing (3) Studio practice in drawing emphasizing 20th-century developments in art and independent research. Repeatable twice. Pre: 213 or consent.
ART 314 Intermediate Life Drawing (3) Further investigations of the figure concerning anatomical and diagramatic construction, light, space, and thematic content. Pre: 214 or consent.
ART 320 Brush Art of the Far East (3) Brush techniques in classical painting and calligraphy; studio course. Pre: consent.
ART 321 Materials and Techniques of Painting (3) Experiments with various traditional and contemporary materials and procedures; discussion of their influences on painting. Pre: 123, 171, and 172; or consent.
ART 322 Advanced Color (3) Theory and application of color as related to studio practice. Pre: 115 or consent.
ART 323 Advanced Painting I (3) Studio practice in painting, emphasizing the development of abstract visual language and other 20th–century directions in art. Pre: 214, 223, and 224; or consent.
ART 414 Advanced Drawing from Life (3) Study of the figure with emphasis on the expressive function of drawing. Repeatable once. Pre: 214 or consent.
ART 423 Advanced Painting II (3) Development of greater formal means and aesthetic insight, emphasizing independent development. Repeatable once. Pre: 323 or consent.
ART 103 Introduction to Fiber (3) Studio projects and demonstrations in basic loom weaving, indigo dyeing, and introductory non-loom fiber techniques. AHL1
ART 235 Papermaking (3) Studio emphasis on Western and Eastern handmade papermaking techniques. Exploration in two and three dimensions. Pre: 103 or consent.
ART 238 Intermediate Loom Weaving (3) Studio emphasis on loom weaving techniques arranged in a sequence of weave structure development. Spinning and dye technology will be introduced. Repeatable once. Pre: 103 or consent.
ART 239 Fiber—Surface Design (3) Surface design on cloth, using a variety of resist methods, direct printing, and embellishment techniques. Exploration in two and three dimensions. Repeatable once. Pre: 103 or consent.
ART 336 Fiber—Wearable Art (3) Art for the body will draw inspiration from world costume and from a variety of three-dimensional fiber forms. Repeatable once. Pre: 103 or consent.
ART 337 Fiber—Sculpture (3) Mixed-media and non-loom techniques, including the percussion textiles of feltmaking and papermaking. Exploration of ideas in contemporary basketry and other sculptural forms. Repeatable once. Pre: 103 or consent.
ART 339 (Alpha) Advanced Fiber (3) Exploration of fiber art as an expressive medium, emphasizing individual approaches and concepts in studio projects. (B) structure; (C) surface. Repeatable. Pre: 238, 239, 336 or 337, and 394B or 394C; or consent.
ART 394 (Alpha) History of Textiles (3) Textile history up to contemporary fiber art, with reference to the technical process. (B) Europe and the Americas; (C) Oceania, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Pre: 172 for (B); 180 for (C); or consent.
ART 437 Textile Conservation/Research (V) Independent study of textile conservation and research. Individualized directed work in the museum environment. Repeatable. Pre: 103, 180, 238, and consent.
ART 439 Advanced Fiber II (3) Advanced study in fiber leading to the development, installation, and documentation of individual projects. Repeatable. Pre: 339B or consent.
ART 130 Introduction to Glass (3) Basic techniques of working with cold and molten glass. Theory of glass studio operation and introduction to glass theory. AHL1
ART 230 Glass Casting: Sand and Metal Molds (3) Expressive explorations in glass casting with wet sand, bonded sand, and metal molds. Repeatable once. Pre: 116 (or concurrent) and 130; or consent.
ART 234 Cold Glass Fabrication (3) Expressive explorations using architectural sheet glass. Development of 2D and 3D forms using engraving, sandblasting, and cold joinery techniques. Pre: 113 (or concurrent), 116 (or concurrent), and 130; or consent.
ART 303 Kiln-Formed Glass (3) Expressive explorations in the use of kiln-formed, fusible-sheet glasses and enameling on glass. Pre: 234 or consent. (Fall only)
ART 306 Lost Wax Glass Casting (3) Glass kiln casting techniques, lost wax fuse casting, pate de verre. Repeatable once. Pre: 230, 254, and 356 (or concurrent); or consent.
ART 330 Advanced Glass (3) Glass as an expressive medium. Individual problems; construction of studio equipment. Readings and discussions of contemporary glass issues. Repeatable once. Pre: 230, 254, and 356; or consent.
ART 430 Advanced Glass II (3) Advanced study in glass leading to the development, installation, and documentation of individual projects. Pre: 330 or consent.
ART 265 Design: Studio 1 (3) Introduction to graphic design. Explorations of rhetorical and semiotic structures and their relationship to visual form and content. Pre: 101, 113, 115, and 116 (or concurrent); or consent. Co-requisite: 265L.
ART 265L Design: Studio I Lab (1) Operation of equipment in the graphic arts and computer labs. Photographic reproduction processes and basic computer skills. CR/NC only. Pre: 101, 113, 115, and 116 (or concurrent); or consent. Co-requisite: 265.
ART 266 Design: Typography I (3) Introduction to typography. Exploration of letterform and word composition in the context of single-page structures. Pre: 101, 113, 115, 116 (or concurrent), 265 (or concurrent), and 265L (or concurrent); or consent.
ART 360 Exhibit Design and Gallery Management (3) Design theory and techniques for presentation of artworks and mounting exhibitions. Pre: 115, junior standing, and consent.
ART 365 Design: Studio II (3) Intermediate graphic design. Emphasis on communication problems involving process and analysis. Introduction to modernist precedents and information theory. A–F only. Pre: 265 and 266; or consent.
ART 366 Design: Typography II (3) Intermediate typographic design, exploration of word and text composition in the context of multiple-page structures. A–F only. Pre: 265, 266, and 365 (or concurrent); or consent.
ART 367 Design: Internship Preparation (3) Pre-professional practice skills. Pre: 364 or consent.
ART 368 Design: Internship (4) Internship in industry under professional and faculty supervision. Pre: 367 or consent.
ART 464 Design: Studio III (3) Advanced graphic design. Emphasis on postmodernist theory, context, audience, and alternative media. A–F only. Pre: 365, 366, and positive portfolio review; or consent.
ART 465 Design: Typography III (3) Advanced typographic design. Exploration of 2D, 3D, electronic, and intermedia. Emphasis on contemporary typographic models. A–F only. Pre: 464 (or concurrent); or consent.
ART 468 Design: Thesis Project (3) Thesis project. Pre: 369 or consent.
ART 107 Introduction to Photography (3) Elements and principles of photography. Lectures, demonstrations, and projects. Assumes no prior knowledge of photography. Student must have camera with adjustable shutter speed, aperture, and light meter. AHL1
ART 109 Understanding Image in Motion (3) Creative aspects of film and video. Understanding forms, aesthetics, and techniques of the moving image; feature and short works (animation, documentary, and experimental).
ART 207 Intermediate Photo: Black and White (3) Black and white photography emphasizing communication and self-expression. Lectures, demonstrations, and projects. Student must supply camera and material. Pre: 107.
ART 209 Image in Motion Studio I (3) Basic theory, practice, and techniques for animation, with sequential digitized imagery and synchronized sound. Repeatable once with consent. A–F only. Pre: 107 or consent.
ART 307 Advanced Photography: Studio (3) Advanced investigation of camera, studio and lab techniques for black and white photography. Pre: 207 and positive portfolio review or consent.
ART 308 (Alpha) Advanced Photographic Techniques (3) Emphasis on aesthetic and critical analysis. (B) color; (C) hand-applied emulsion. Pre: 207 and positive portfolio review.
ART 309 Image in Motion Studio II (3) Advanced theory, practice, and techniques for sequential imagery with synchronized sound, using animation and live action video. Repeatable. A–F only. Pre: 209 and positive portfolio review; or consent.
ART 407 Advanced Photography: BFA Seminar (3) Advance study in photography leading to the development, exhibition and documentation of individual projects. A-F only. Pre: five of the following: 109, 207, 209, 307, 308B, 308C, 309, or 409; and positive BFA review.
ART 409 Image in Motion Studio III (3) Studio/lecture course focusing on conceptualization and production of computer generated three-dimensional animation. A–F only. Pre: 309 or consent.
ART 104 Introduction to Printmaking (3) Foundation explorations in the processes of relief, intaglio, and stencil printmaking. Direct workshop studio experience in the basic techniques and concepts of wood cut, linoleum cut, drypoint, monotype, and basic stencil processes. AHL1
ART 215 Intaglio Printmaking (3) Studio practice in concepts and techniques of making prints from metal plates including etching, engraving, aquatint, and drypoint. Pre: 104 or 113.
ART 216 Lithography (3) Studio practice in concepts and techniques of making prints from lithographic limestone and plates. Pre: 104 or 113.
ART 217 Screenprinting (3) Studio practice in screenprinting on paper. Copy camera and basic photo-stencil techniques introduced. Pre: 104 or 113.
ART 218 Relief Printmaking (3) Studio practice in the techniques and concepts of woodblock, linoleum cut, monotype, and collagraph printmaking. Emphasis on both traditional and contemporary practices. Pre: 104 or 113, or consent.
ART 318 Intermediate Printmaking (3) Intermediate level specialization in either intaglio, lithography, screenprinting, or relief printmaking. Concentration on the techniques and formats of color printing and sequential image development. Repeatable. Pre: two printmaking courses and portfolio review, or consent.
ART 418 Advanced Printmaking (3) Advanced work in intaglio, lithography, screenprinting, or relief printmaking. Emphasis on experimental processes, large–scale execution, and technical research. Repeatable. Pre: 318 and portfolio review, or consent.
ART 254 Sculpture—Metal Casting (3) Metal casting and development of associated practices and concepts. Repeatable. Pre: one of 103, 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 255 Sculpture—Carving, Mixed Media (3) Investigations of traditional and contemporary carving concepts and methods. Repeatable. Pre: one of 103, 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 351 Sculpture—Figure Modeling (3) Figure modeling, mold making, and casting. Repeatable. Pre: 214 or 243, or consent.
ART 352 Kinetic Sculpture (3) The design and construction of objects incorporating movement as an integral element of their content. Repeatable once. Pre: any two of 254 (or concurrent), 356, or 357; or consent.
ART 356 Sculpture—Metal Fabrication (3) Metal fabrication and development of associated practices, concepts, and historical references. Repeatable. Pre: one of 103, 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 357 Sculpture—Small-Scale (3) Fabrication and casting of forms on a small scale such as jewelry. The development of related practices, concepts, and historical references. Repeatable. Pre: one of 103, 105, 116, or 130; or consent.
ART 358 Utilitarian Sculpture (3) The design and construction of objects intended for use/interaction. Emphasis on wood and synthetic materials. Repeatable once. Pre: 116 or consent.
ART 452 Advanced Sculpture (3) Individual projects. Seminar. Repeatable. Pre: five courses from 230, 243, 254, 255, 337, 351, 352, 356, 357 or 358; or consent.
ART 453 Advanced Sculpture II (3) (6 hr Lec/Lab combined) Advanced study in sculpture leading to the development, installation, and documentation of individual projects. Pre: 452 or consent.
VARIABLE CREDIT COURSES
ART 399 Directed Work (V) Individual projects; tutorial. Maximum: 3 credit hours per semester; total 6 for BA, 9 for BFA. Pre: two 200-level or above art courses in area of directed work, as well as consent of instructor and department chair.
ART 400 Special Projects (V) Intensive and specialized work at advanced level in fields of special interest of visiting or resident faculty. Repeatable. Pre: advanced standing and consent.
ART 630 Graduate Studio Teaching Practicum (3) Observation, analysis and participation in teaching a lower division course under the direction of an instructor in the student's area of concentration. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 690, admitted to candidacy for MFA in art, and consent.
Studio concentrations for the Master of Fine Arts degree: ceramics, electronic arts, glass, fiber, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. Three sequential course levels are offered in each area, normally with 6 credit hours at level I prerequisite to level II, etc. Courses are repeatable; each carries a maximum of 6 credit hours per semester, and each requires consent of instructor. Conditional and unclassified students enroll at level I only.
Content at level I emphasizes creative exploration through research and evaluation in a personal direction; level II encourages development through analysis and definition; level III focuses on refinement and synthesis.
ART 500 Master's Plan B/C Studies (1) Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: master's Plan B or C candidate and consent.
ART 601, 602, 603 Electronic Arts I, II, III (V)
ART 607, 608, 609 Photography I, II, III (V)
ART 615, 616, 617 Printmaking I, II, III (V)
ART 623, 624, 625 Painting I, II, III (V)
ART 631, 632, 633 Glass I, II, III (V)
ART 637, 638, 639 Fiber I, II, III (V)
ART 641, 642, 643 Ceramics I, II, III (V)
ART 653, 654, 655 Sculpture I, II, III (V)
ART 665, 666, 667 Graphic Design I, II, III (V)
ART 699 Directed Work (V) Advanced individual projects; advanced tutorial. Maximum: 3 credit hours per semester; total 6 for MA Plan A, 9 for MA Plan B, 15 for MFA. Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.
ART 700 Thesis Research (V)