Oct 18, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Anthropology

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400, 500; 417, 445, 517, 545 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  ANTH 525 - Primate Evolution
   •  ANTH 528 - Applied Cultural Resource Management
   •  ANTH 547 - Semiotic Anthropology
   •  ANTH 553 - Women of the Global South
   •  ANTH 554 - Participatory Action Research Methods
   •  ANTH 563 - Peoples of East and Southeast Asia
   •  ANTH 565 - Peoples of Mexico & Central America
   •  ANTH 566 - Reproductive Ecology
   •  ANTH 571 - Field Work Methods in Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 572 - Visual Anthropology
   •  ANTH 576 - Borderlands
   •  ANTH 580 - Applied Anthropology
   •  ANTH 581 - Childhood and Culture
   •  ANTH 690 - Thesis

Arabic

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  ARAB 101 - Elementary Arabic
   •  ARAB 102 - Elementary Arabic
   •  ARAB 103 - Elementary Arabic
   •  ARAB 201 - Intermediate Arabic
   •  ARAB 202 - Intermediate Arabic
   •  ARAB 203 - Intermediate Arabic

Art

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.
NOTE: The Department of Art may request samples of work produced in a studio course for exhibition purposes.

   •  ART 109 - Visual Dialogue
   •  ART 110 - Form and Content I: Drawing
   •  ART 120 - 2-Dimensional Design/Color
   •  ART 130 - Form and Content III: 3-D
   •  ART 140 - Form & Content IV: Special Topics
   •  ART 202 - Color - Theory and Systems
   •  ART 203 - Contemporary Studio Drawing
   •  ART 210 - Introduction to Printmaking
   •  ART 220 - Painting
   •  ART 230 - Beginning Sculpture
   •  ART 240 - Ceramics
   •  ART 260 - Fibers/Fabrics I
   •  ART 290 - Photography
   •  ART 303 - Intermediate Studio Drawing
   •  ART 304 - Figure Drawing and Issues of the Body
   •  ART 305 - Experimental Drawing
   •  ART 306 - Mixed Media on Paper
   •  ART 310 - Printmaking - Relief
   •  ART 311 - Printmaking - Lithography
   •  ART 312 - Printmaking - Intaglio
   •  ART 313 - Printmaking - Color
   •  ART 321 - Painting Workshop
   •  ART 322 - Intermediate Painting
   •  ART 324 - Figure Painting
   •  ART 325 - Experimental Painting
   •  ART 331 - Wood Sculpture
   •  ART 332 - Sculpture - Metals
   •  ART 333 - Sculpture - Mixed Media
   •  ART 334 - Installation Art
   •  ART 341 - Ceramics II
   •  ART 342 - Ceramics Workshop
   •  ART 343 - Summer Intensive Ceramics
   •  ART 361 - Surface Design
   •  ART 362 - Papermaking/Mixed Media
   •  ART 363 - Multidimensional Forms in Fiber
   •  ART 367 - Woven Structures
   •  ART 380 - Art Educating the Child
   •  ART 381 - Theories and Teaching Strategies in Art Education
   •  ART 390 - Photography II
   •  ART 391 - Color Photography
   •  ART 392 - Alternative Photographic Processes
   •  ART 394 - Art Workshop: Italy
   •  ART 396 - Summer Art Program in Japan
   •  ART 401 - Advanced Drawing Workshop
   •  ART 402 - Advanced Life Drawing
   •  ART 411 - Advanced Print Workshop
   •  ART 421 - Advanced Painting Workshop
   •  ART 431 - Advanced Sculpture
   •  ART 441 - Advanced Ceramic Workshop
   •  ART 460 - Advanced Fibers/Fabrics
   •  ART 482 - Art Education Workshop
   •  ART 490 - Advanced Photography Workshop
   •  ART 494 - Advanced Studio Seminar
   •  ART 495 - Professional Practices for Studio Artist
   •  ART 496 - BFA Seminar
   •  ART 580 - Current Challenges in Art Education
   •  ART 582 - Curriculum Planning
   •  ART 590A - Graduate Studio: Drawing/Print
   •  ART 590B - Graduate Studio: Painting
   •  ART 590C - Graduate Studio: Sculpture
   •  ART 590D - Graduate Studio: Ceramics
   •  ART 590E - Graduate Studio: Photography
   •  ART 590F - Graduate Studio: Fiber/Fabric
   •  ART 590G - Graduate Studio: Graphic Design
   •  ART 690 - Thesis

Art History

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  A/HI 220 - Visual Culture in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  A/HI 221 - Visual Culture in Medieval Europe
   •  A/HI 230 - Visual Culture in Western Europe 1400-1550
   •  A/HI 231 - Visual Culture in Western Europe 1550-1700
   •  A/HI 240 - Visual Culture in Western Europe in the 19th Century
   •  A/HI 241 - Visual Culture in Western Europe and America in the 20th Century
   •  A/HI 270 - Visual Culture in South and Southeast Asia
   •  A/HI 271 - Visual Culture in East Asia
   •  A/HI 275 - Introduction to Writing and Critical Thinking
   •  A/HI 301 - Modern Art and Modernism
   •  A/HI 305 - Gallery Workshop
   •  A/HI 306 - Arts Internship
   •  A/HI 308 - Visual Arts in the Community
   •  A/HI 310 - Indigenous Arts of the Pacific Northwest
   •  A/HI 311 - Foundation of Graphic Design History
 

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