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2007-2009 Catalog 
    
2007-2009 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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    ADNR 1114 - Introduction to Nursing

    Credits: 2
    The history and evolution of nursing with an introduction to the health care system and exploration of the roles of nurses and other health care professionals. Legal and ethical aspects of practice are presented with an emphasis on individual values clarification and philosophy.An overview of the associate degree nursing program’s organization framework is offered as orientation.Prereq: Admission to AND program.Coreq: ADNR 1183 $
  
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    ADNR 1183 - Fundamentals of Nursing

    Credits: 7
    Introduction to the use of the nursing process to enable the individual to maintain or regain the ability to meet human needs across the life span. Fundamental skills and related scientific principles of nursing are presented. A beginning study of alteration in culturally diverse human needs through the process of holistic caring. The student is introduced to the teaching/learning process and the role of the nurse as teacher. Laboratory practice provides the opportunity to develop beginning skills in both technical and communication concepts of nursing.Prereq:/coreq. Prereq/Coreq: AHNR 1135, BIOL 1130, and admission to and program.4 lecture hours 9 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 1194 - Nursing Care of Adults and Children 1

    Credits: 7
    Focuses on alterations in the concepts of human needs for culturally diverse individuals across the life span in a variety of health care and community settings. Clinical practice opportunities include holistic caring, critical thinking and decision-making with application of technological innovations.Prereq: ADNR 1183, BIOL 1130, admission to ADN program.Coreq: BIOL 11314 lecture hours 9 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 1197 - Transition to Registered Nursing

    Credits: 3
    Focuses on key concepts needed for successful transition from the role of practical nursing to professional registered nursing. Presents the nursing process with emphasis on client assessment, nursing diagnosis, care planning, critical thinking, and teaching/learning. Demonstrates identified nursing skills in a variety of clinical settings.Prereq: Active LPN/LVN license.2 lecture hours 3 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 1254 - Nursing Care of the Behavioral Health Client

    Credits: 3
    Applies the nursing process to culturally diverse clients/families at risk for mental health and behavioral aberrations. Communication and group processes are utilized for teaching/learning experiences in a multidisciplinary milieu. Critical thinking, holistic caring, and clinical decision-making are employed in addressing alterations of functional health patterns with emphases on health perception-health management, cognitive-perception, self perception-self concept, coping-stress tolerance, role-relationship, and value belief.Clinicals include experiences within the community setting.Prereq: ADNR 1183, PSYC 1101, 1130, admission to ADN program, and completion of prior nursing courses.1.5 lecture hours 4.5 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 2205 - Nursing Care of Adults and Children 2

    Credits: 6
    Applies the nursing process to culturally diverse individuals and their families across the life span. Human needs and responses to progressively complex conditions are explored. Critical thinking and clinical decision-making are emphasized within a variety of health care delivery systems.Prereq: ADNR 1194, BIOL 3750, and admission to ADN program.Coreq: CHEM 1121 and SOCI 11013 lecture hours 9 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 2225 - Current Issues in Nursing

    Credits: 2
    Focuses on health care and practice issues significant for associate degree nurse graduates practicing nursing in today’s world. Ethical, legal, and political concerns as well as continuing education requirements are explored in this internet assisted course.Prereq: Admission to ADN program and completion of prior nursing courses.Coreq: ADNR 1184 and ENGL 1105 $
  
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    ADNR 2253 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family

    Credits: 3
    Applies the nursing process to the study of the childbearing cycle and the newborn. The concepts of human needs, communication, and the role of the nurse providing care to culturally diverse families in acute care and home health care settings are discussed. Nursing interventions and technology needed to provide family-centered nursing in low and high risk situations are introduced.Prereq: BIOL 3750 and admission to ADN program and completion of prior nursing courses.Coreq: CHEM 1121 and SOCI 110139452 lecture hours 4.5 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 2284 - Nursing Care of Adults and Children 3

    Credits: 7
    Applies the nursing process to culturally diverse individuals experiencing human needs alterations across the life span. Human responses to life threatening critical conditions are explored to integrate previously identified alterations, as well as alterations in self-perception, self-concept, role relationship, and health perception health management patterns. This course is a culmination of concepts and process taught in the ADN curriculum and the application of those concepts by both provider and coordinator of care. Critical thinking and clinical decision-making are emphasized within a variety of health care delivery systems.Prereq: ADNR 2205 and admission to ADN program.Coreq: ADNR 2225, ENGL 1105, and 2000 level elective4 lecture hours 9 lab hours $
  
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    ADNR 2999 - Nursing Special Topics

    Credits: 1-3
    Individual or small-group study, under the supervision of an instructor, of topics not otherwise available to students.Prereq: Permission of instructor. $
  
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    AHNR 1100 - Pre-Anatomy

    Credits: 3
    Students are prepared for anatomy by learning medical roots, muscles, bones, body planes, and medical abbreviations.This is a special course developed primarily for all health science programs. $
  
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    AHNR 1102 - Medical Terminology

    Credits: 2
    Introduction to medical terminology commonly used in health occupations. Emphasis is placed on prefixes, suffixes, and building and analyzing medical terms. $
  
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    AHNR 1103 - Chemical Principles for the Health Sciences

    Credits: 2
    Basic inorganic, organic, and biochemistry principles as applied to human physiology. Includes metric and SI systems of measurement.Specifically designed for students in allied health or nursing programs.Prereq: Acceptance into one of the health science programs or permission of health science department chair. $
  
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    AHNR 1104 - Physical Principles for the Health Sciences

    Credits: 2
    An applied health sciences course, designed specifically for PT assistant and athletic training students, dealing with a broad spectrum of physical systems, including energy, mechanics, and fluids along with conversions to the metric system. Utilizes problems in algebra-based functions. $H
  
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    AHNR 1135 - Health and Wellness

    Credits: 2
    Focuses on self-care strategies that encourage good health in individuals across the life span. The content encompasses a holistic approach that allows the individual to adopt and maintain positive lifestyle behaviors. Societal, environmental, cultural, and communication issues are also explored. $
  
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    AHNR 3354 - Teaching/Learning in the Health Sciences

    Credits: 2
    Integral aspects of the teaching and learning process related to the health science professionals role as an educator. Learning theories, teaching methods, and domains of learning are emphasized. The importance of assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation as they relate to the clients’ learning needs are examined. Students also identify various approaches to meet the diverse needs and learning styles of the client.Prereq: ENGL 1105 and baccalaureate health science major. $
  
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    ANTH 1101 - Introduction to Anthropology

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the four fields of anthropology, including biological anthropology, archeology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics. Topics include the evolution of the human species, the rise of culture and state societies, the role of culture in human societies, and the evolution and structure of human languages.
  
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    ANTH 1999 - Topics in Anthropology

    Credits: 1-3
    Individual or small-group study, under the supervision of instructor, of topics not otherwise available to students.Separate courses repeatable for credit.
  
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    ANTH 2250 - Principles of Cultural Anthropology

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the basic concepts, principles, and problems of cultural anthropology as it fits into the four-field approach to anthropology. Students are introduced to anthropology as a holistic way of understanding culture and cultural change, with specific focus on the problems of small scale, non-Western societies and the impact of globalization on these societies.Prereq: ENGL 1105 GEP
  
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    ANTH 3340 - Meso America Before Columbus

    Credits: 3
    Survey of Meso American settlement prior to the arrival of the Europeans, including origins of the first hunters and gatherers, development of agriculture, Olmec and Zapotec civilizations, rise and fall of Teotihuacán, influence of Mayans, Toltecs, and Aztecs up to the arrival of the Spanish.
  
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    ANTH 3360 - Indians of North America

    Credits: 3
    Description and analysis of traditional native American cultural areas and impact of modern society on native Americans.Prereq: ANTH 2250
  
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    ANTH 3999 - Topics in Anthropology

    Credits: 1-3
    Individual or small-group study, under the supervision of instructor, of topics not otherwise available to students.Separate courses repeatable for credit.
  
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    ARTG 3601 - Digital 3D Foundations Studio

    Credits: 3
    Introduces students to the interface used in virtual 3D applications and development of virtual scenes and content.Prereq: ARTS 2211 and 3611 (for ETGG majors: ARTS 1105 and ETGG XXXX) $
  
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    ARTG 3611 - Digital 3D Inorganic Studio 1

    Credits: 3
    Presents the concepts and practical processes of developing inorganic structures and objects within a virtual three-dimensional environment.Prereq: ARTG 3601 $
  
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    ARTG 3612 - Digital 3D Organic Studio 1

    Credits: 3
    Presents the concepts and practical processes of developing organic, humanoid models and animation within a virtual three- dimensional environment.Prereq: ARTG 3611 $
  
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    ARTG 3613 - Digital Dynamics and 3D Properties 1

    Credits: 3
    Discussion of techniques for creating particle systems and dynamic systems for use in 3D content. Material may include working with dynamic fields and particle properties — which may be man made, natural atmospheric, or pyrotechnic effects — and creation of these systems for use within and interacting with 3D content.Prereq: ARTG 3611 $
  
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    ARTG 4611 - Digital 3D Inorganic Studio 2

    Credits: 3
    Course presents the advanced concepts and practical processes of developing inorganic structures and objects within a virtual 3D environment.Prereq: ARTG 3611 $
  
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    ARTG 4612 - Digital 3D Organic Studio 2

    Credits: 3
    Course presents the concepts and practical processes of developing organic, humanoid models and animation within a virtual 3D environment.Prereq: ARTG 3612 $
  
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    ARTG 4613 - Digital Dynamics and 3D Properties 2

    Credits: 3
    In-depth exploration into the field aspects of assigning dynamic physical properties to 3D objects and their influences on other aspects of the scene.Prereq: ARTG 3613 $
  
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    ARTG 4621 - Animation Studio 1

    Credits: 3
    An in-depth exploration into the development of animation sequences and clips. Students develop animation sequences from start to finish and develop their personal sense of style and storytelling.Prereq: ARTG 4611 or ARTG 4612 $
  
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    ARTG 4622 - Animation Studio 2

    Credits: 3
    An in-depth exploration into the development of animation sequences and clips. Students develop animation sequences from start to finish and develop their personal sense of style and storytelling.Prereq: ARTG 4621 $
  
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    ARTG 4631 - Scripting for 3D Animation

    Credits: 3
    A study of the methods for automating content with an animation sequence via mathematical expressions and scripting languages, which are integrated within the software package.Prereq: 12 hours from ARTG coursework. $
  
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    ARTG 4680 - Senior Studio 1

    Credits: 3
    Detailed examination of a selected topic of the student’s specialty: gaming, simulation, and/or animation. A portfolio review and a formal written proposal, approved by the instructor, are required. A major project reflecting a minimum of 90 hours of work must be completed. The project may be developed in conjunction with a corresponding game and simulation engineering student who is working on their corresponding senior engineering project.Prereq: Senior status.
  
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    ARTG 4681 - Senior Studio 2

    Credits: 3
    Detailed examination of a selected topic of the student’s specialty: gaming, simulation, and/or animation. A portfolio review and a formal written proposal, approved by the instructor, are required. A major project reflecting a minimum of 90 hours of work must be completed. The project may be developed in conjunction with a corresponding game and simulation engineering student who is working on their corresponding senior engineering project. Due to the time requirements of developing content for these types of media, the ARTG 4681 coursework should be a continuation of content developed from ARTG 4680.Prereq: ARTG 4680 Art History.
  
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    ARTH 1101 - Introduction to Art

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the visual arts, encompassing the world of western and non-western art. This course deals with the principles of art, formal and contextual elements, and the basic vocabulary necessary to articulate opinions about the arts. A studio component allows the student hands on experience that encourages visual communication through the visual arts. $
  
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    ARTH 1101 - Introduction to Art (Honors)

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the visual arts. This course encompasses the world of western and non-western art. It deals with the principles of art, formal and contextual elements, and the basic vocabulary necessary in order to articulate opinions about the arts. A studio component allows the student hands on experience to encourage visual communication through the visual arts. $
  
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    ARTH 2211 - Art History Survey 1

    Credits: 3
    Traces the development of art and architecture that has influenced the cultures of modern Western Europe and America. A vast stretch of time is covered, beginning with the Early Stone Age and extending to the Gothic Period in Western Europe. The course focuses on the seminal Mediterranean civilizations, including Egypt, Greece, and Rome as well as Late Antique and Medieval Europe. $
  
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    ARTH 2212 - Art History Survey 2

    Credits: 3
    A general survey of the history of art from early Renaissance Italy in the 14th century through the late 20th century and the Modern Era. Important, representative works of art from each artistic period are examined in their historical context and analyzed intrinsically for their unique formal qualities and extrinsically for theme and socio historical context.Prereq: ARTH 2211 $
  
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    ARTH 3322 - History of Photography

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to the history of photography from its beginnings in the 1830s to the recent practices of photographers and artists working with photographic technologies in the context of Post-modernity. The course explores statements by artists and photographers as well as the writings of critics and historians, which reflect the evolving status of the photographic object with reference to technology and culture, including pop culture, avant-garde art, discourse, and documentation.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3331 - History of Ceramics

    Credits: 3
    Traces the development of ceramic arts and its connection to the cultures and context that created them. A vast stretch of time is covered, beginning with the Neolithic Era and extending to the Contemporary Era. The course covers the accomplishments of diverse cultures, including Middle Eastern, Pre-Columbian, East Asian, and European ceramic production.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3333 - History of Art and Technology

    Credits: 3
    The history of visual communication from cave paintings to contemporary graphic design, with an emphasis on 20th century developments. This course also explores the relationship of graphic design and the digital arts to various aspects of culture and society.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3366 - Non-Western Arts Survey

    Credits: 3
    History of the Far Eastern arts, including a comprehensive overview of the arts of India, China, and Japan. The course also provides a brief overview of the arts of Central and Southeast Asian countries. A variety of artworks are examined for their formal qualities and the insight they provide about the societies that have created them.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 and ENGL 1105 $GEP
  
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    ARTH 3367 - Women in the Arts

    Credits: 3
    Explores the work and accomplishments of women in the visual arts, beginning with the medieval period to the present. This course examines the work of women in the different contexts in which they were produced and evaluates the relationship between academic training and opportunities available for women.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 or ENGL 1112 $
  
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    ARTH 3451 - Renaissance Art

    Credits: 3
    Examines the notion of cultural “rebirth,” which embodies the Renaissance period, and the role of patronage and the emergence of artistic personalities and business practices. Class lecture is structured to emphasize the diverse influences that shaped the arts during the Italian Renaissance.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3453 - Baroque and Rococo Art

    Credits: 3
    Examines the artistic developments that took place during the Baroque period and the emergence of artistic trends, styles, and ways of moralizing through the arts, leading to innovative artistic productions. Class lectures are organized using a regional approach in order to better understand the diverse influences that shaped the arts during the Baroque period.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3454 - North American Art

    Credits: 3
    Survey of American art from colonial times to the present. The student analyzes important artistic traditions and identifies visual characteristics of artistic expression. The student also analyzes the social and political development that led to the development and evolution of art styles throughout history.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3455 - Nineteenth-Century Art


    French, and to a lesser degree, American art, beginning with the art of the pre-Revolutionary period and ending with the Post-Impressionists. This course includes a discussion of the impact of the revolutions of 1789, 1830, and 1848, the Napoleonic presence abroad, the shift from history painting to scenes of everyday life, and changes in attitude toward sexuality.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3456 - Twentieth-Century Art

    Credits: 3
    Examination of major artistic movements and works of art from Impressionism to Postmodern and Contemporary Art. Of special interest is the role art played as it influenced contemporary aesthetics, advertising, television, and film production.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTH 3457 - Contemporary Arts

    Credits: 3
    Exploration of art production from the 1980s to the present. This course examines the social and political implications in which the arts evolve and includes discussions related to the impact of the institutions, issues related to identity politics, and attitudes towards representation.Prereq: ARTH 1101 or ARTH 2211 and 2212 $
  
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    ARTP 2801 - Art in the Curriculum

    Credits: 3
    Required for those who wish to become licensed teachers in Ohio in early childhood, early childhood intervention specialist, and intervention specialist — mild to moderate: K-12. The emphasis of the course is to teach the teacher to become a creative coach or a catalyst in the child’s artistic growth. Emphasis is on understanding, facilitating, and integrating art into the curriculum.Prereq: EDUC 1115 $
  
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    ARTP 4801 - Methods for Teaching Art Grades P-3

    Credits: 3
    Arts pedagogy course required for a multiage teaching license in visual arts. This course covers issues related to art as a subject matter, student learning, the diversity of learners in the visual arts, planning instruction, instructional strategies, learning environments, communication, assessment, professional development, and student support for students from pre-K through grade 3.Prereq: Admission to teacher licensure program.Coreq: ARTP 4802 and EDVA 4400
  
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    ARTP 4802 - Methods for Teaching Art Grades 4-12

    Credits: 3
    Course required for a multiage teaching license in visual arts. This course covers issues related to art as a subject matter, student learning, the diversity of learners in the visual arts, planning instruction, instructional strategies, learning environments, communication, assessment, professional development, and student support for students from grades 4-12.Coreq: ARTP 4801 and EDVA 4400
  
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    ARTS 1101 - Two-Dimensional Foundations

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to the concepts of two dimensional design and rendering. Course focuses on the use of black and white dry media to provide students with methods and techniques of seeing, visualizing, and expressing themselves on paper. $
  
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    ARTS 1102 - Color Theory

    Credits: 3
    An entry-level course, addressing the perception and use of color with exercises based on standard color theory models, as well as historical, physiological, and psychological factors. $
  
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    ARTS 1103 - Three-Dimensional Foundations

    Credits: 3
    An entry-level course that focuses on three-dimensional design. Emphasis is placed on providing the student with an understanding of the various materials used in creating three-dimensional works. This prepares the student to develop a personal sculptural vocabulary. $
  
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    ARTS 1104 - The Creative Process

    Credits: 3
    Interdisciplinary studies of the nature of creativity and the techniques used to promote creative thinking. Class discussions, exercises, and experiments, along with audio-visual resources and ongoing studio projects enhance students’ personal and professional resourcefulness. $
  
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    ARTS 1105 - Digital Foundations

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the operating system, peripherals, and storage of graphic-based work. Discussion of bit-mapped vs. vector graphics and their strengths and weaknesses. A broad overview of some of the software and the parameters it defines for the artist. Production of original artworks.Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2211 - Drawing 1

    Credits: 3
    Composition and artistic expression within two-dimensional design as manifested through dry media, including pencil, charcoal, conte crayon, etc. Course discusses rules of composition as they pertain to two-dimensional design and the expression of creativity through the aforementioned mediums.Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2212 - Drawing 2

    Credits: 3
    Composition and artistic expression as it pertains to environmental and three-dimensional design. Students explore rules of composition as they pertain to perceptual design and the expression of creativity through drawing media.Prereq: ARTS 2211 $
  
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    ARTS 2221 - Life Drawing 1

    Credits: 3
    A study of the human figure and its rendering, using dry media. Emphasis is placed on the ability to achieve an immediate implied line and structure from life study.Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2222 - Life Drawing 2

    Credits: 3
    The study of the human figure and its rendering with dry media. Emphasis is placed on the ability to quickly develop structural form and understanding of value.Prereq: ARTS 2221 $
  
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    ARTS 2311 - Painting 1

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to a variety of painting challenges, promoting fluency with materials and techniques pertinent to acrylic and oil media.Prereq: ARTS 1101, 1102, or permission. $
  
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    ARTS 2312 - Painting 2

    Credits: 3
    Exploration of creative and technical options pertinent to aqueous and oil based media.Prereq: ARTS 2311 $
  
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    ARTS 2411 - Ceramics 1

    Credits: 3
    Entry-level course focusing on the use of clay to create hand built pottery forms. Basics of pottery decorations and glaze application techniques are covered. $
  
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    ARTS 2412 - Ceramics 2

    Credits: 3
    Entry-level course focusing on the use of the potter’s wheel to create basic thrown forms.Prereq: ARTS 2411 $
  
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    ARTS 2441 - Sculpture 1

    Credits: 3
    Exploration of three-dimensional media and materials. Designed to develop the student’s ability to conceive and build three-dimensional forms in various media (plaster, clay, wood, and metal).Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2442 - Sculpture 2

    Credits: 3
    Designed to further explore three-dimensional media and materials and to enhance student’s skills to conceive and build three-dimensional work. Employs advance carving techniques, molding, and various armature methods.Prereq: ARTS 2441 $
  
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    ARTS 2461 - Wood Design 1

    Credits: 3
    Exploration of wood as a sculptural medium. Designed to develop the student’s ability to work with woodworking tools in order to create three-dimensional works.Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2510 - Photography 1

    Credits: 4
    This course was not found in the supplied content but was listed in the program requirements. If possible, please provide us with the correct information.
  
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    ARTS 2511 - Photography 1

    Credits: 3
    Fundamental concepts and techniques of fine art photography, including aesthetics and technical aspects as a basis for creating a photographic image. The student learns to use the camera, process film, compose photos, and perform basic darkroom printing. The student is challenged to investigate various photographic topics and consider its application to the making of art.Students are required to supply their own manual 35mm film camera with manual capabilities and a tripod.Prereq:/coreq. Prereq/Coreq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2512 - Photography 2

    Credits: 3
    A continuation of ARTS 2511. Refines techniques, analysis, and production of black and white photographs. Ideation, problem-solving, and intuitive exploration is integral to this course.Students are expected to complete this course with technical proficiency.Prereq: ARTS 2511 $
  
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    ARTS 2522 - Photography 2 Studio

    Credits: 3
    Introduction to aesthetics, techniques, and theory of the subtractive color printing process, using color negative materials. Lectures explore more sophisticated aesthetic and technical issues introduced in ARTS 3511 with specific emphasis on issues related to color photography. Creative fine art assignment solutions are emphasized.Prereq: ARTS 2512 $
  
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    ARTS 2531 - Documentary Photography 1

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on guiding students to create an in-depth documentary project to refine their work. Classes are primarily critique sessions, slide lectures, and group discussions. Special attention is given to editing, sequencing, and presentation. Students examine the cultural and personal factors that influence perception and how they affect the representation of the subject.Prereq: ARTS 2522 $
  
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    ARTS 2613 - Typography

    Credits: 3
    An introduction to the principles of typography and layout using modern publishing software.Prereq: ARTS 1101 $
  
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    ARTS 2621 - Typography/Graphic Designer

    Credits: 3
    This course not found in the supplied content but was listed in the program requirements. If possible, please provide us with the correct information.
  
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    ARTS 2711 - Illustration 1

    Credits: 3
    Presentation of techniques and theories regarding illustrating and developing artwork for a commercial focus.All projects are developed using traditional techniques. Digital imaging is not permitted.Prereq: ARTS 2211 $
  
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    ARTS 2712 - Illustration 2

    Credits: 3
    The elaboration of theories and practices regarding illustrating and developing artwork for a commercial medium.Projects may be developed using digital mediums, which are used only to augment work developed by traditional means.Prereq: ARTS 2212 and 2711 or ARTS 2311 $
  
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    ARTS 2792 - Surface Design 1

    Credits: 3
    A study into the processes of printing and dying fabric as well as applying design to cloth.Prereq: ARTS 1102 and 2211 $
  
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    ARTS 2793 - Surface Design 2

    Credits: 3
    A continuation into the studies of printing and dying fabric as well as applying design to cloth.Prereq: ARTS 2792 $
  
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    ARTS 3211 - Intermediate Drawing 1

    Credits: 3
    Focus on composition and artistic expression as it pertains to environmental and three-dimensional rendering. Students explore rules of composition as they pertain to perceptual design and the expression of creativity through drawing mediums.Prereq: ARTS 2212 $
  
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    ARTS 3212 - Intermediate Drawing 2

    Credits: 3
    Focus on composition and artistic expression as derived from works by established artistic masters. Students explore rules of composition as they pertain to different artistic periods, stylistic development, and works of individual artists.Prereq: ARTS 3211 $
  
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    ARTS 3221 - Intermediate Life Drawing 1

    Credits: 3
    Study of the human figure, using a variety of drawing media. Historical sources are used as resources for inspiration. Emphasis is placed on contemporary expression and historical influences.Prereq: ARTS 2222 $
  
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    ARTS 3222 - Intermediate Life Drawing 2

    Credits: 3
    Study of the human figure and its rendering, using various dry media. Emphasis is placed on execution of structure from life study and perceptual examination of subject matter.Prereq: ARTS 3221 $
  
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    ARTS 3311 - Intermediate Painting 1

    Credits: 3
    Exploration of historical and contemporary painting imagery and techniques as resources for creative personal expression.Prereq: ARTS 2312 $
  
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    ARTS 3312 - Intermediate Painting 2

    Credits: 3
    Focus on painting practices conducive to developing a coherent, systematic body of work.Prereq: ARTS 3311 $
  
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    ARTS 3321 - Figure Painting 1

    Credits: 3
    Painting the human figure from life in aqueous and oil-based media with particular attention to examining historical achievements as resources for contemporary expression.Prereq: ARTS 2221 and 2312 $
  
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    ARTS 3322 - Figure Painting 2

    Credits: 3
    Painting the human figure from life in aqueous and oil based media with particular attention to exploring motivational and methodological factors associated with historical masterworks.Prereq: ARTS 3321 $
  
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    ARTS 3331 - Watercolor 1

    Credits: 3
    Introductory exercises addressing the challenges and rewards of using transparent watercolors to achieve a variety of visual effects.Prereq: ARTS 1011 and 1102 $
  
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    ARTS 3332 - Watercolor 2

    Credits: 3
    Studio applications of traditional and experimental transparent watercolor practices for a broad range of expressive effects.Prereq: ARTS 3331 $
  
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    ARTS 3411 - Intermediate Ceramics 1

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on combining hand built methods with wheel throwing techniques, to create ceramics and ceramic sculpture art objects, using malleable stoneware clay.Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3412 - Intermediate Ceramics 2

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on the application of the potter’s wheel to develop wheel-throwing skills, using malleable clays.Prereq: ARTS 3411 $
  
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    ARTS 3421 - Porcelain Ceramics

    Credits: 3
    For advanced students of the potter’s wheel. History, use, and glazing of porcelain.Prereq: ARTS 3412 $
  
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    ARTS 3423 - Mold Making

    Credits: 3
    History and development of ceramic mold making techniques of bisque and press molds, sprigging, jigger and jolley processes, casting, ram pressing, and plaster technology.Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3425 - Tile Making

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on enhancing knowledge of historical and contemporary tile making, while enriching ceramic student’s ability to work with a variety of forms and mounting techniques.Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3427 - Low-Fire Ceramics

    Credits: 3
    History, development, and techniques of low- ire ceramics with reference to majolica glazed ware, terra sigillatas, and primitive smoking techniques.Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3431 - Raku Ceramics

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on philosophy and techniques of the 16th Century Japanese ceramic ware called “Raku.”Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3433 - Glaze Theory and Practice

    Credits: 3
    Understanding many standard types of clays and glazes.Prereq: ARTS 2412 $
  
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    ARTS 3441 - Intermediate Sculpture 1

    Credits: 3
    Designed to resolve problems based on concepts applied to various 3D media and materials and to foster development of individual expressions while exploring additive or subtractive processes.Prereq: ARTS 2442 $
  
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    ARTS 3442 - Intermediate Sculpture 2

    Credits: 3
    Designed to further explore 3D media and materials and to enhance student’s ability to conceive and build 3D work using found objects, creating earthworks, or experiencing installation art.Prereq: ARTS 3441 $
  
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    ARTS 3451 - Small Model Sculpture

    Credits: 3
    Focus is on developing the students’ ability to conceptualize and create small three-dimensional sculptures, which will be used for the game and simulation development art program.Prereq: ARTS 1101 and 1103 $
 

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