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Courses Taught

ARTS 1316 Drawing I

The investigation of drawing media and techniques, including descriptive and expressive possibilities. Fee $45.00;
Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 1317 Drawing II

Continuation of Drawing I with emphasis on forms of expression and stress on the human figure.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1316; Fee $45.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 2316 Painting I

Exploration of ideas using painting media and techniques.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1316; Fee $45.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 2317 Painting II

Continuation of Painting I with emphasis on special problems determined by the student in cooperation with the instructor.
Prerequisite: ARTS 2316; Fee $45.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 3314 Individual Problems

This course will allow the student to work on advanced individual projects to be completed under faculty supervision on a one-to-one basis. This course may be repeated for a total of 12 hours credit.
Prerequisite: Upper division standing Fee $90.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Cr 3

ARTS 3321 Advanced Painting

Advanced studio problems in painting.
Prerequisite: ARTS 2316; Fee $45.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 3323 Advanced Drawing

Advanced studio problems in drawing.
Prerequisite: ARTS 2233; Fee $45.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 4337 Internship In Studio Art

Opportunities in applied learning related to visual an through local business, government, industry, or institutional organizations, working under faculty director with periodic and final written reports and supporting portfolio. This course may be repeated four times for a total of 12 hours credit.
Prerequisite: Junior standing; Fee $90.00; Lec 2, Lab 4, Cr 3

ARTS 4391 Studio Art/General

Advanced problems in art of the students' choice and/or internship with an art professional in the field of interest.
Prerequisite: Upper division standing in art; Fee $90.00 Lec 2, Lab 4, Ind 3, Cr 3

ARTS 4393 Senior Exhibit

This course is required an exhibit of all seniors and display the progress made in their studio courses.
Prerequisite: Permission of Department Chair; Lec 2, Lab 4, Cr 4

ARTS 6310 Graduate Studio Problems in Painting and Drawing

This course is the study of technical, formal and conceptional aspects of drawing and painting on a graduate level. This course may be repeated for credit up to 12 hours when content varies. The content of this course is subject to instructor approval. Prerequisites: Students must hold a Bachelor’s degree that included 6 hours of advanced undergraduate drawing and painting. Candidates must submit a portfolio of their artwork and be interviewed by the graduate art faculty before registering for this course.
Lec. 2, Lab 4, Cr. 3

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