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1 Department of Art 7. Students studying Art History are required to take a foreign language cluster. Student may choose any of the clusters offered through the Foreign Language Department. However, for those planning to pursue graduate studies in Art History, a cluster in German is strongly recommended. All information in the Art section of this catalog is subject to change. Please work closely with the College of Performing and Visual Arts Academic Discovery Center (MC 7) in planning your course of study and in your preparations for graduation. Not all upper division courses are offered every semester. Degree Information The Department of Art offers the following degrees: Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA), Bachelor of Art (BA), Bachelor in Art Education (BA), a minor in Art Education, and a minor in Photography. Darren Clark, Department Chair Josh Abegglen, Brian Atkinson, David Belka, Vince Bodily, Rich Briggs, Kelly Burgener, Darren Clark, Scott Franson, Matthew Geddes, Gerald Griffi n, Wade Hunstman, Carla Jimison, Brian Memmott, Leon Parson, Nolan Parson, Martin Raish, Shawn Randall, Thomas Toone Kathy Whitworth, Department Secretary (08) Introduction The Department of Art offers studies in the following areas of emphasis: Art Education, Art History, Book Arts, Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Illustration, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture. These emphasis areas are designed to provide preparation for a professional career choice as well as personal artistic enjoyment. Notes:. Art 0, Introduction to the Visual Arts, should be taken by all Art Majors their fi rst year.. The following are additional art courses, available to Art Majors, that do not require prerequisites: Art 07, Art 0, Art 0, Art 0, Art 0, Art 0, Art 80, Art 7, and Art.. Art 7, Art Seminar, is required to be taken a minimum of four separate semesters. It is recommended that three of these be completed during the freshman and sophomore years. 4. All declared Art Majors, with the exception of Art History and Art Education, are automatically admitted into the Studio Bachelor of Art Degree. 5. Admittance into the Bachelor of Fine Art Degree (BFA) is through a portfolio review at the end of the sophomore year. Reviews for the Fall/Winter tracks are held in March. Reviews for the Winter/Spring track are held in November. Reviews for the Spring/Fall track will be held in July. Review dates are posted online at A minimum GPA of.7 in major courses is required for an Art degree. No D credit will be accepted in Art classes. Bachelor of Fine Art areas of emphasis include: Two-dimensional studies (Drawing, Painting, Printmaking) Three-dimensional studies (Ceramics, Sculpture) Graphic Design Illustration Photography Bachelor of Art areas of emphasis include: Art History Drawing Graphic Design Illustration Painting Photography Printmaking Three-Dimensional Bachelor of Art Education majors include: Art Education Art Education Composite Admission Process BYU-Idaho Department of Art has an open enrollment policy for all freshmen and transfer students. Students are initially considered Art Majors by declaring so when submitting the application to BYU- Idaho. During the sophomore and/or upon completion of Art 0, Art 07, and Art 0, Art Majors are asked to visit the Academic Discovery Center for the College of Performing and Visual Arts. The purpose of this visit will be to receive advice on degree planning options that include: Whether to pursue a BFA or BA degree, selecting an area of emphasis, and how to plan for graduation within the credit limits set by the University. Visiting the Academic Discovery Center within the fi rst semesters will help students better understand options, help students plan his/her degree more effi ciently, and avoid compounded problems during the fi nal semesters. Students who wish to change their major from Art to another discipline will have the option to receive a Cluster in Art Fundamentals or be able to use art credits in another standard degree. This will enable students to count their Art courses toward graduation. The Art Fundamentals cluster will include the following courses: Art 0 Introduction to Visual Arts Art 07 Design and Color Art 0 Drawing One upper division Art History course (Art 0, 0, 0, 04, 05, 0, 07, 08, 40, 40, 40, 404, or 407) 08

2 Transfer Credits and AP & IB Credits Students who transfer to this Department from other colleges or universities that do not have articulation agreements with BYU-Idaho may receive equivalent art credits only after a portfolio review with the Department Chair. A catalog description of the courses taken and a transcript from the previous institution are required. Art AP & IB credit in studio arts will be granted as Art 0 (General Art-D) credit only. AP Art History credit may be transferred as equivalent to Art 0 or Art 0. Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 Take credits: ART 45 A-H ART 0 ART 80 BFA--Two-Dimensional Studies Emphasis (50-7) Art Supplemental Take this course: ART 70 ART R ART R Take credit: ART 5R - ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Two Dimensional Supplemental Take 4 credits: ART 5 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 7 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART R ART R ART 4 ART 0 ART R ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R Cont. in next column ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 70 ART 74R ART 80 ART 8R ART ART 5R - ART 7R ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R ART 4R ART 44 ART 47 ART 40R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 48R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R ART 470R ART 475R ART 480R ART 40R -4 ART 4R -4 4 Two Dimensional Emphasis Take credits: ART R ART 50 ART 5 ART 7 ART 0 ART R ART ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 70 ART 40R ART 4R ART 450R ART 470R ART 475R No Double Counting of Major Major 80 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall 0

3 Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 Take credits: ART 45 A-H ART 0 ART 80 No Double Counting of Major Art BFA--Three-Dimensional Studies Emphasis (50-77) Art Supplemental ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART R ART R Take credit: ART 5R - Take courses: ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 Cont. in next column Major 80 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Three Dimensional Supplemental Take 4 credits: ART 5 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 70 ART 7 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 Cont. in next column ART R ART R ART 4 ART 0 ART R ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 70 ART 74R ART 80 ART 8R ART ART 5R - ART 7R ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R ART 4R ART 44 Cont. in next column Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall ART 47 ART 40R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 48R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4 ART 470R ART 475R ART 480R ART 40R -4 ART 4R -4 4 Three Dimensional Emphasis Take credits: ART 0 ART 80 ART 0 ART ART 80 ART 8R ART 40R ART 475R ART 480R WELD 0 0

4 BFA--Graphic Design Emphasis (50-78) Art Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 Take credits: ART 45 A-H ART 0 ART 80 No Double Counting of Major Take courses: ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 Take credit: ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take this course: ART 0 Graphic Design Supplemental Take 8 credits: ART 5 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 40 ART 48R ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 70 ART 7 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART R ART R ART 4 ART 0 ART R Cont. in next column ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 70 ART 74R ART 80 ART 8R ART ART 5R - ART 7R ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R ART 4R ART 44 ART 47 ART 40R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R Cont. in next column ART 47R ART 48R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R ART 475R ART 480R ART 40R -4 ART 4R -4 8 Graphic Design Emphasis Take credits: ART R ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 48R ART 475R Major 80 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall

5 BFA--Illustration Emphasis (50-7) Art Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 0 ART 80 Take credits: ART 45 A-H No Double Counting of Major Art Supplemental Take this course: ART 4 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART 0 ART 0 ART 40 Take credit: ART 5R - ART R ART R ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Illustration Supplemental Take 4 credits: ART 5 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 ART 40 ART 48R ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 70 ART 7 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART R ART R ART 4 ART 0 ART R Cont. in next column ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 70 ART 74R ART 80 ART 8R ART ART 5R - ART 7R ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R ART 4R ART 44 ART 47 ART 40R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R Cont. in next column ART 47R ART 48R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R ART 470R ART 475R ART 480R ART 40R -4 ART 4R -4 4 Illustration Emphasis Take credits: ART R ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART R ART R ART 4R ART 4R ART 55R ART 7R ART 4R ART 44R ART 445R Major 80 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall

6 BFA--Photography Emphasis (50-80) Art Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 Take credits: ART 45 A-H ART 0 ART 80 No Double Counting of Major Art Supplemental Take this course: ART 0 Take courses: ART 0 ART 4 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 Take credit: ART 5R Take courses: ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Photography Supplemental Take 7 credits: ART 5 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART 70 ART 7 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART R ART R ART 4 ART 0 Cont. next column ART R ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 70 ART 74R ART 80 ART 8R ART ART 5R - ART 7R ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R ART 4R ART 44 ART 47 ART 40R Cont. next column ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 48R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R ART 470R ART 475R ART 480R ART 40R -4 ART 4R -4 COMM 0 7 Photography Emphasis Take credits: ART 0 ART ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R COMM 0 Major 80 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall BA in Art Art History Emphasis (0-) Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 Take credit: ART 5R - Take courses: ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 0 ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART 80 Art History Emphasis ART 00 ART 44 ART 0 ART 0 ART 40 ART 40 Take credits: ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 ART 40R -4 Cluster Requirement Complete preapproved Foreign Language cluster No Double Counting of Major Major Elective 4 ART 40 ART 404 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall

7 Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R Art BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Drawing Emphasis (0-) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - ART 0 ART 80 Drawing Emphasis Take credits: ART 0 ART R ART 70 ART 0 ART R ART R ART ART 40R ART 4R Elective* No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU-Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major Major 55 Elective 5 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 5 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R ART 0 ART 80 ART 0 ART 4 4 BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Graphic Design Emphasis (0-7) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - Graphic Design Emphasis Take credits: ART 5 ART 0 ART 0 ART 5 ART 48R ART 0R ART R ART 5R ART ART 7R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 48R ART 4R -4 No Double Counting of Major Major 55 Elective 5 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall 4

8 Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R ART 0 ART 80 Major 55 Elective 5 Art BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Illustration Emphasis (0-8) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - Illustration Emphasis Take credits: ART 5 ART 4 ART 0 ART R ART 40 ART 48R ART 50 ART 5 ART R ART R ART 4R ART 4R ART 4R ART 44R ART 445R Elective* Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU-Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Painting Emphasis (0-) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - ART 0 ART 80 Painting Emphasis Take credits: ART 50 ART 5 ART 50 ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART 450R Elective* No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU-Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major Major 55 Elective 5 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall 5

9 Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 Take courses: ART 0 ART 4 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART 0 ART 80 Art BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Photography Emphasis (0-0) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - Photography Emphasis Take credits: ART 0 ART ART ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4 COMM 0 Elective* No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU- Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major Major 55 Elective 5 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R Major 55 Elective 5 BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Printmaking Emphasis (0-) ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - ART 0 ART 80 Printmaking Emphasis Take credits: ART 70 ART 0 ART ART 57R ART 70 ART 74R ART 40R Elective* Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU-Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major

10 BA in Art--Standard Studio Art Three-Dimensional Emphasis (0-) Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART 400 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 4 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART R ART R ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 05 ART 0 ART 07 ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 ART 407 Take credit: ART 5R - ART 0 ART 80 -D Emphasis Take credits: ART 0 ART 80 ART 0 ART ART 80 ART 40R ART 480R WELD 0 Elective* No Double Counting of Major *Electives are any BYU-Idaho Art Department courses without double counting courses in the major Major 55 Elective 5 Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall BA In Art Education (80) Education Core ED 00 ED 04 ED 4 ED 4 0 SPED 0 0 Art Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 44 Take for credit: ART 5R - ART 7R.5 Lower Division Studio Take credits: ART 4 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 50 ART 5 ART 70 ART 80 ART 0 ART R Upper Division Studio Take credits: ART 0 ART R ART 0 ART 50 ART 5R ART 57R ART 70 ART 80 ART 8R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R -4 No Double Counting of Major This degree requires an Education Minor Major Education Core 0 Education Minor 0 Elective Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall 7

11 Education Core: ED 00 ED 04 ED 4 ED 4 0 SPED 0 0 No Double Counting of Major Art BA in Art Education Composite (8) Art Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 44 7 Take for credit: ART 5R - ART 40 ART 40 ART 40 ART 404 Major 0 Education Core 0 Lower Division Studio Take credits: ART 0 ART 4 ART 0 ART 0 ART R ART 7 ART 0 ART 5 ART 40 ART 50 ART 5 ART 0 ART ART 70 ART 80 ART 0R -4 ART 0 ART R ART 0 ART 5R ART 57R ART ART 80 ART 8R ART 40R Upper Division Studio Take credits: ART 0 ART R ART 0 ART 0R ART R ART 5R ART ART 4R ART 4R ART 50 ART 5R ART 55R ART 5R ART 57R ART ART ART 5R ART R ART 70 Cont. in next column Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall ART 80 ART 8R ART 40R ART 4R ART 40R ART 40R ART 45R ART 4R ART 47R ART 44R ART 445R ART 450R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4R ART 470R ART 475R ART 480R ART 4R -4 Core ART 0 ART 07 ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART 44 Supplemental ART 4 ART 50 ART 5 Minor in Art Education (70) No Double Counting of Minor Total Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall Art Core ART 07 ART 0 Art Core ART 0 ART 0 ART ART Total 4 Minor in Photography (05) ART R ART 40R Photography Take courses: ART 07 ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 40R ART 4R Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall No Double Counting of Minor All photography minors must own a digital SLR camera

12 Core ART 07* ART 0 ART 0 ART 0 ART ART ART R ART 40R Take 4 courses: ART 07 ART 4R ART 5R ART R ART 40R ART 4R ART 4 Total Art Photography Concentration (D 40) Interdisciplinary IDS 8R - IDS 4 No Double Counting of Concentration in Concentration *ART 07 is the preferred course, but ART 0 would also fill this requirement Photo Concentration students must own a digital SLR camera Fall-Winter Winter-Spring Spring-Fall Art Pre-approved Clusters Art - Two-Dimensional Studies 500 ART 07 Design and Color ART 0 Drawing I Take courses: ART 0 Drawing II ART R Head Drawing ART 50 Oil Painting I ART 5 Watercolor I ART 0 Expressive Drawing ART R Figure Drawing Total Credits Art - Three-Dimensional Studies 50 ART 0 Drawing I ART 0 Ceramics I ART 80 Sculpture I ART 0 Ceramics II ART 80 Sculpture II Total Credits 5 Art - Photography 504 ART 07 Design and Color ART 0 Drawing I ART 0 Photography I ART 0 Color Photography ART Digital Photography ART 07 History of Photography ART 4R Advanced Black and White Photography ART 5R Photography III ART 4R History Photographic Processes ART 4 Documentary Photography Photo cluster students may NOT take the following courses ART Introduction to Studio Lighting ART R Commercial Photography ART 40R Portrait Photography Total Credits 5 All photo cluster students must own a digital SLR camera There are to be no customized clusters in the photo area Art - Art History 505 ART 0 Art History I ART 0 Art History II Take or of the following courses: ART 0 Art of the Ancient Near East and Egypt ART 0 Greek and Roman Art ART 0 Medieval Art ART 05 Meso-American Art ART 0 History of Design and Illustration ART 07 History of Photography ART 40 Italian Renaissance Art ART 40 Baroque Art ART 40 Nineteenth Century Art ART 404 Twentieth Century Art ART 407 Sacred Art: Art of the World s Religions Total Credits Art - Graphic Design 50 ART 0 Introduction to Graphic Design ART 0 Typography ART 5 Graphic Design ART R Information Design ART 5R Identity Design ART 7R Interaction Design ART 40R Sequential Design ART 4R Motion (Linear) ART 47R Advanced Typography Total Credits Art - Fundamentals 507 ART 0 Introduction to the Visual Arts ART 07 Design and Color ART 0 Drawing ART 0 Art of the Ancient Near East and Egypt ART 0 Greek and Roman Art ART 0 Medieval Art ART 05 Meso-American Art ART 0 History of Design and Illustration ART 07 History of Photography ART 40 Italian Renaissance Art ART 40 Baroque Art ART 40 Nineteenth Century Art ART 404 Twentieth Century Art ART 407 Sacred Art: Art of the World s Religions Total Credits

13 Course Descriptions Art Credits* ART 0 Introduction to the Visual Arts (::0:0) This is an art appreciation course that surveys the concepts, techniques, materials and history of the visual arts. ART 0 General Art-D (:::0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 4 credits This course is designed for non-art majors. Students will study the fundamentals of drawing and design with an introduction to various media. This class is designed for non-art majors. ART 0 General Art-D (:::0) Course Fee: $5.00 A studio experience exploring the principles and practices of three-dimensional media. This course is designed for non-art majors. (This course is currently not offered.) ART 04 Exploring Photography (::0:0) This course is designed as a non-lab photography course, which will acquaint students with the functions and uses of a camera (digital or fi lm) for personal and professional needs. (This course is currently not offered.) ART 07 Design and Color (::0:0) In this course, students will learn the elements and principles of design and basic color theory used to solve visual design problems. ART 0 Drawing I (:0:0:0) This course will teach students the fundamentals of theoretical and applied perspective, structural and proportional drawing, light and shade, art vocabulary, and basic composition. ART 5 Introduction to Computer Art (:::0) This course covers a basic overview of computers and CS (Adobe Creative Suite), Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. ART 0 Introduction to Graphic Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Course Requirement: Art and Web Majors and Minors Only This course covers the exploration of contemporary visual communications within graphic design and related fi elds. ART 4 Media Experimentation (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 This course is an exploration and expansion of painting and drawing media, techniques, and processes for -dimensional art. ART 0 Photography I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 Course Requirements: Art Majors and Minors Only Students, through classroom discussion and practical experience in the lab, will gain a foundation for black-and-white photography. Students must own or have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. ART 0 Art History I (::0:0) This course surveys art from prehistoric to Renaissance with an emphasis on artists and art in their political, social, and religious context. ART 0 Art History II (::0:0) This course surveys art from Renaissance to Modern with an emphasis on artists and art in their political, social, and religious context. ART 0 Drawing II (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 Course Requirements: Art and Art Ed Majors Only This course is an intermediate drawing class with in-depth study of proportion, composition, light and shadow. ART R Head Drawing (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 In this course, students learn to draw the human head and hands through studying anatomy and drawing from live models. ART 7 Design and Color II (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: (ART 07 and ART 0) Course Requirements: Art and Art Ed Majors Only A course emphasizing color to solve visual design problems. Students will apply concepts primarily using traditional color mixing with paint and brushes. ART 0 Ceramics I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 This course is an introduction to ceramics process including skill development in hand building, throwing on the potter's wheel, and glazing with an emphasis on craftsmanship and design. ART 0 Typography (:0:0:5.5)) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 This course is an introduction to typography as a fundamental element of graphic design. ART 5 Graphic Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 This course involves graphic design projects with an emphasis on creative, conceptual, and practical solutions. ART 40 Introduction to Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 and ART 4 This course is an introduction to the fi eld of Illustration, its media, techniques, and processes. ART 48R Introduction to Motion (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: (ART 4 and ART 40) or ART 5 A comprehensive study of the foundational principles, techniques and tools of both traditional and digital forms of animation. ART 50 Oil Painting I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 This course teaches students the fundamentals of oil painting, emphasizing familiarity with the medium. ART 5 Watercolor I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 This course incorporates the survey and application of various techniques of traditional transparent watercolor painting. 0 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

14 ART 0 Intermediate Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 Students, through classroom discussion and practical experience in the lab, will gain a foundation of color photography. Students must have access to a digital, single lens refl ex camera. ART Photography II (::5:0) Course Fee: $40.00 Prerequisite: ART 0 Students, through classroom discussion and practical experience in the lab, build upon the foundational principles learned in Photography I. Students must have access to a digital, single lens refl ex camera. (This course is not currently offered.) ART 70 Printmaking I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $50.00 Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 This course teaches the fundamentals of printmaking, including image making, printing, and print conservation. ART 7 Introduction to Lithography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $50.00 Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 This course teaches the fundamentals of lithography, including image making, printing, and print conservation. (Spring) ART 80 Sculpture I (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $85.00 This course is an introduction to the basic processes of sculpture: modeling, casting, and assembling, with an emphasis on the human fi gure. ART 0R Independent Study (-4:0:0:0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 8 credits Course Requirements: Art BA and BS Majors Only and Instructor Approval Required This course is a variable credit independent study for portfolio enhancement. This course is recommended to be taken after freshman year. Independent study may be taken to fi ll an Art emphasis requirement and must be approved by the faculty member within the emphasis the student would like to study. It may not be taken to fulfi ll a required Art course. More information about this course is available in the Art Department offi ce. ART 7R Art Seminar (0.5:0::0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 8 credits Total Course Fees: $0.00 Course Requirements: Art Majors and Minors Only This course is a visiting artist program designed to introduce students to a variety of artists from a variety of disciplines. ART 00 Research/Writing in Art History (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course is intended for Art History majors. This course prepares students for upperdivision courses and for further education to graduate school. It deals with the practices and methods of art history, including visual literacy, critical reading, research, and writing. This course is a prerequisite for all upper-division Art History courses (or co-requisite for the fi rst upper-division course). ART 0 Art of Ancient Near East and Egypt (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 This course surveys the art of the ancient Near East and Egypt. ART 0 Greek and Roman Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 This course surveys the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. ART 0 Medieval Art (::0:0) This course surveys western art from the time of Constantine the Great to the beginning of the Renaissance. ART 04 Far Eastern Art (::0:0) Prerequisite: ART 0 A survey of Far Eastern art from prehistoric cultures to the present. (This course is currently not offered) ART 05 Meso-American Art (::0:0) Prerequisite: ART 0 This course surveys the art and culture of major Meso-American cultures. ART 0 History of Design and Illustration (::0:0) This course surveys the history of graphic design and illustration. ART 07 History of Photography (::0:0) This course is an in-depth study of the technical and theoretical history of photography. ART 08 American Art (::5:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 Students will gain a greater knowledge and appreciation of American art and its history. We will cover Colonial America, the Federal Period, the Romantic Period, the American Renaissance, the Early Modern Period and the Post Modern Period. (This course is not currently offered.) ART 0 Expressive Drawing (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 Course Requirements: Art and Art Ed Majors Only This course builds on the Renaissance tradition while exploring different styles of art, such as Cubism, Expressionism, and non-european art. ART Creative Perspective (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 In this course, students will gain a deep exploration in linear perspective and applying theory in a creative way. ART R Figure Drawing (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 0 This course will teach students about proportion, structure, composition, and various media for depicting the human fi gure. ART 4 Secondary Art Methods I (:::0) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Course Requirements: Art Education Majors Only; Junior and Senior Standing Only The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with Secondary Art Education philosophy and methods. Students will be introduced to the current theory and methods in the fi eld and how to apply them to the secondary art classroom. Students will complete this through reading and writing assignments, lesson planning and presentation, and participation in a secondary art classroom. (Fall, Winter) ART 0 Ceramics II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 Course Requirements: Art and Art Education Majors Only; Instructor Approval Required In this course, students explore and expand technical design skills learned in Ceramics l. ART 0R Conceptual Design (:0:0:5.5) Total course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This course is an overview of the creative and conceptual processes that apply to graphic design. * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

15 ART R Information Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 and ART 5 This course is an introduction to the creative and conceptual presentation of information. Emphasis will be on discovering concise, communicative, and creative methods for presenting a variety of informational formats. ART 5R Identity Design (::5:0) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This course is an advanced overview of identity/branding logo development. ART Book Arts (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 This course incorporates a variety of ways to make handmade books and boxes. ART 7R Interaction Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 and CIT 0 This course focuses on graphic design theory and skills necessary in a digitally interactive environment. These will include information architecture, interface design, site structure, page structure, page design, typography, editorial style, graphics, and multimedia. While there will be some development with software tools, this is not a programming class. This course is designed for art majors with a graphic design emphasis. ART 4R Narrative Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 40 This is a portfolio-building course that concentrates on visual storytelling and creating visual ideas. Design techniques, markets, styles, and professional issues will be addressed. Personal development of skill, art vocabulary, and expression will be emphasized. Traditional and digital mediums will be utilized. ART 4R Entertainment Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 40 This course focuses on an in-depth study of the entertainment fi eld. Environment design, character design, lighting, pacing, and storytelling will be covered. Areas of focus include: fi lm, television, and computer games. (Winter, Spring) ART 50 Painting II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 50 This course is an expanded study of oil painting techniques and awareness of modern artist styles and directions. ART 5R Watercolor II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This is a course designed to give added experience in transparent watercolor. ART 55R Life Painting (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 07 and ART 0 and ART R and ART 50 This is a foundation for full fi gure painting where students will select media to use in portraiture. ART 5R Landscape Painting (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 50 This is an oil painting course focusing on principles of traditional landscape painting. (Spring) ART 57R Expressive Painting (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 50 This course offers an intense engagement with the ideas and processes of painting since 00, advancing a student towards an individualistic artistic vision and a more competitive portfolio. ART Advanced Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 This course is an introduction to digital photography, including scanning software and printing. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. ART Introduction to Studio Lighting (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $75.00 Prerequisites: (ART 0 and ART 0) or (ART 0 and ART ) or (ART 0 and ART ) This course will introduce the student to the controlled environment of the photographic studio. The student will be introduced to practical and creative lighting solutions for photographing people and objects. Large format cameras and architecture will also be briefl y introduced. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. ART 4R Advanced Black/White Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $00.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 This course incorporates advanced principles of black-and-white photography, including darkroom printing, darkroom experimentation, camera exploration, and fi ne digital blackand-white printing will be explored. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. (Winter) ART 5R Photographic Projects (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: (ART 0 and ART 0) or (ART 07) or (ART ) or (ART 4R) This course helps shape students into practical photographers by completing self-directed photographic projects and strategies for success in fi ne arts. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. (Spring) ART R Commercial Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART This course will prepare students for success in commercial photography and broaden their opportunities in Fine Art. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. (Fall) ART 70 Printmaking II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $50.00 Prerequisites: ART 70 This is a portfolio course for printmaking students providing experience with intaglio processes. ART 74R Serigraphy (Screen Printing) (::5:0) Course Fee: $50.00 Prerequisite: ART 07 and ART 0 A course which explores various techniques of screen printing. (This course is not currently offered.) * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

16 ART 80 Sculpture II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $85.00 Prerequisites: ART 80 This course is an expansion of fi gurative sculpture: anatomy, drapery, armatures, mold making, casting, and patinas. (Fall, Winter) ART 8R Sculpture and Media Processes (::5:0) Course Fee: $00.00 Prerequisite: ART 80 This course will give more advanced experience in additive and subtractive sculpture processes. (This course is not currently offered.) ART 0 Theory and History for Art Education (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 This course will acquaint students with Secondary Art Education philosophy. Students will address the importance of advocacy for the arts in the public schools and the community, basic history of art education, and current trends in the fi eld. Topics will also include aesthetics and art criticism, with a focus on contemporary visual culture, contemporary art, and art from non-western cultures. (Fall, Winter) ART Business for the Professional Artist (::0:0) Course Requirement: Art and Art Education Majors Only This course is designed to introduce art students to basic business principles for professional visual artists. Students will be given an in-depth look at operating their art career as a small business, and teach them from a hands-on perspective how to excel in the competitive world of the visual arts. (Fall, Winter) ART 5A Travel Study in the Arts (A) (:0:0:0) Course equivalent to ART 5B, ART 5C, ART 5D, and ART 5R Repeatable Course: May repeat a maximum of 8 times Total Course Fees: $50.00 In this course, various art venues are studied in a variety of cities such as: Salt Lake City, Provo, or Yellowstone, including workshops, galleries and museums, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, graphic design, and photography. For further questions regarding this course contact the Art Offi ce at (08) ART 5B Travel Study in the Arts (B) (:0:0:0) Course equivalent to ART 5A, ART 5C, ART 5D, and ART 5R Repeatable Course: May repeat a maximum of 8 times Total Course Fees: $ In this course, various art venues are studied in a variety of cities such as: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, or Seattle including workshops, galleries and museums, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, graphic design, and photography. For further questions regarding this course contact the Art Offi ce at (08) ART 5C Travel Study in the Arts (C) (:0:0:0) Course equivalent to ART 5A, ART 5B, ART 5D, and ART 5R Repeatable Course: May repeat a maximum of 8 times Total Course Fees: $ In this course, various art venues are studied in a variety of cities such as: New York and Washington D.C. including workshops, galleries and museums, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, graphic design, and photography. For further questions regarding this course contact the Art Offi ce at (08) ART 5D Travel Study in the Arts (D) (-:0:0:0) Course equivalent to ART 5A, ART 5B, ART 5C, and ART 5R Repeatable Course: May repeat a maximum of 8 times In this course, various art venues are studied in a variety of cities including workshops, galleries and museums, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, graphic design, and photography. For further questions regarding this course contact the Art offi ce at (08) ART 5R Travel Study in the Arts (-::0:0) Course equivalent to ART 5A, ART 5B, ART 5C, and ART 5D Repeatable Course: May earn a maximum of credits In this course, various art venues are studied in a variety of cities during the European Humanities Tour, including workshops, galleries and museums, architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, illustration, graphic design, and photography. For further questions regarding this course contact the Department of Humanities and Philosophy at (08) (Spring) ART 7R Web Portfolio (:::0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of credits Course Requirements: Junior and Senior Standing Only This is a basic web design and portfolio course that will teach students to build and maintain their own art website. ART 400 Readings (::0:0) Course Requirement: Art and Art Education Majors Only In this course, a reading survey and discussion of principal aesthetic, religious, and artistic theories will be studied with an emphasis on reading artists' written sources from antiquity until the twenty-fi rst century. ART 40 Italian Renaissance Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course will survey Italian Renaissance art from 00 to 00. ART 40 Baroque Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course will survey European art from 00 to 750. ART 40 Nineteenth Century Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course will survey European and American art of the th century. ART 404 Twentieth Century Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course will survey European and American art of the 0th century. ART 407 Sacred Art (::0:0) Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the world's seven major religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam) through the history of their art. ART 40R Expressive Drawing II (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 0 In this course, students will produce a cohesive series of work that demonstrates an understanding of expressive drawing techniques in combination with individual creative expression and concept development. ART 4R Advanced Figure Drawing (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART R Course Requirements: Art and Art Education Majors Only In this course, students will use advanced fi gure drawing with costumed models emphasizing composition, lighting, and varied media. * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

17 ART 44 Secondary Art Methods II (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisite: ART 4 Course Requirements: Art Education Majors Only; Junior and Senior Standing Only This course will acquaint students with the skills and methods necessary to prepare them to teach art in the secondary classroom. It will build on the student's Art Education theory and how to practically apply its concepts into curriculum development and lesson planning. (Fall, Winter) ART 47 Advanced Design (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 5 An advanced design course which solves design problems from within the emphasis of each student. (This course is not currently offered.) ART 40R Ceramics III (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 In this course, students will learn advanced ceramic techniques with personal direction for portfolio development. ART 40R Sequential Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This course is an introduction to the principles of sequencing in traditional print documents as well as in electronic media. ART 45R Three-Dimensional Graphic Design (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This course explores a wide range of design problems in three-dimensional forms including: package, signage, environmental, exhibit, and retail design. ART 4R Motion (Linear) (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This is a project based studio course covering the principles of motion and linear story telling. Students will develop several short motion projects focusing on narrative and movement. This course is designed for art majors with a graphic design emphasis. ART 47R Advanced Typography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART 0 and ART 5 This course is an in-depth study and experimentation of typography and typeface design. ART 48R Motion (Interactive) (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 5 This is a project based studio course covering the principles of motion with interactivity from a graphic design perspective. Students will develop interactive working prototypes. This course is designed for art majors with a graphic design emphasis. ART 44R Advanced Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Prerequisites: ART 40 and (ART 4R or ART 4R) This course is an in-depth study of visual storytelling and the narrative tradition of illustration. ART 445R Digital Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 40 This course explores digital media to produce narrative and conceptual illustrations. ART 450R Painting III (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART 50 This course assists students in developing a personal direction and artistic statement in painting. ART 40R Portrait Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART This course is an in-depth study of the human form and lighting for commercial portrait photography. Students must have access to a digital, single lens, refl ex camera. ART 4R History Photographic Processes (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $0.00 Prerequisites: ART 0 and ART This course introduces photographic processes of the th and 0th centuries. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. (Spring) ART 4 Documentary Photography (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $40.00 Prerequisites: ART or ART 5R This course is an exploration of documentary photographic techniques. Students must have access to a digital single lens refl ex camera. (Winter) ART 470R Printmaking III (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $50.00 Prerequisites: ART 70 This is a portfolio course for Printmaking students. Students will focus on their preferred Printmaking media to develop a portfolio of suffi cient breadth and depth. ART 475R Advanced Book Arts (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: ART This course is an introduction to advanced techniques of book arts and further development of technical ability. ART 480R Sculpture III (:0:0:5.5) Total Course Fees: $85.00 Prerequisites: ART 80 This is an advanced course in sculpture that allows students to develop a personal direction of expression. (Fall, Winter) ART 40R Art History Research and Special Problems (-4:0:0:0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 4 credits Course Requirements: Instructor Approval Required This course involves individual research of a specifi c art historical subject guided by the instructor. 4 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

18 ART 4R Independent Study II (-4:0:0:0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 4 credits Course Requirements: Instructor Approval Required This course is an independent study as needed for upper division courses or credits. Independent study may be taken to fulfi ll an Art emphasis requirement and must be approved by the faculty member within the emphasis the student would like to study. It may not be taken to fulfi ll a required Art core course. More information about this course is available in the Art Department offi ce or the Academic Discovery Center. ART 4 Portfolio Capstone (:::0) The purpose of this course is to synthesize a student s art education into a portfolio and artist s packet that best represents his/her learning, preparing him/her to integrate into the world of art, further education, professional practice, or quality life experiences. ART 44 Senior Paper in Art History (::0:0) Course Requirements: Instructor Approval Required This is the Capstone course for the Art History emphasis. ART 45A BFA Project Ceramics (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45B BFA Project Drawing (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45C BFA Project Graphic Design (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45D BFA Project Illustration (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45E BFA Project Painting (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45F BFA Project Photography (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45G BFA Project Printmaking (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 45H BFA Project Sculpture (:0:0:5.5) Course Requirements: Art BFA Majors and Senior Standing Only This is a course that is project-oriented, self-directed, and exhibited or published. Students should register according to emphasis. ART 48R Internship in the Arts (-4:0:0:0) Repeatable Course: May earn maximum of 4 credits Internship Fees: $78 (LDS) $5 (non-lds) per credit Exempt from tuition, but charged this independent course fee This is an independent internship course that is designed to give students a hands-on introduction to their intended purposes. FA 00 Fine Arts (::0:0) For more information please visit FA 00 Performing and Visual Arts Lab website 5 * Credit Description (Credit Hours : Lecture Hours per week : Lab Hours per week : Guided Instruction Hours per week)

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