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Accounting

  
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    ACCT 210 - Introductory Financial Accounting


    Description:
    Principles, concepts, and procedures of financial accounting essential to the preparation, understanding, and interpretation of accounting information.

    Prerequisites:
    So st.

    May not be taken for credit after ACCT 310 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 211 - Introductory Managerial Accounting


    Description:
    Decision-making process using managerial accounting information; cost-volume-profit analysis, cost accounting systems, budgeting, and performance evaluations.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 210  or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 290 - Special Topics in Accounting


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate topic.

    Variable cr.

  
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    ACCT 299 - Special Work


    Description:
    You may arrange for independent study with cons school head.

    Credit based on scope of project.

  
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    ACCT 310 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I


    Description:
    Concepts, elements, and generally accepted accounting principles associated with financial statements, including income measurement and valuation of assets and equities

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 210  

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 311 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II


    Description:
    Continued study of concepts and principles underlying financial statements, including leases, pensions, income tax allocations, earnings per share and changes in accounting principle application.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 310  

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 321 - Cost Accounting


    Description:
    Planning, control and analysis of production and marketing costs through budgeting and standard cost accounting techniques, including variance analysis and inventory management; revenue and cost allocations; strategic planning and the balanced scorecard.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 211  

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 330 - Federal Individual Income Taxes


    Description:
    Examine Federal Income Tax Law as it applies to individuals. Includes general concepts, tax return preparation and tax research methods.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 310  or con reg ACCT 310 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 331 - Federal Business Income Taxes


    Description:
    Examine Federal Income Tax Law as it applies to C corporations, S corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and fiduciaries. Includes general concepts, tax return preparation, tax research methods.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 310  and ACCT 330 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 370 - Accounting Information Systems


    Description:
    Introduction to the concepts, objectives and importance of properly designed accounting information systems. Extensive study of internal controls including systems documentation.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 310  or con reg.

    May not earn credit in both ACCT 370 and BUS 370 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 390 - Ethics in Accounting and Business


    Description:
    Principles of ethics and professional responsibility applied to specific workplace situations and business activities. Explore interplay between corporate culture, professional codes of conduct and individual behavior. Develop, clarify, communicate and defend positions on corporate conduct.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 210  and BUS 320  or BUS 325 , or cons instr.

    May not earn credit in both ACCT 390 and BUS 390 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 400 - The Accounting Profession


    Description:
    History and development of the accounting profession; professional employment, conduct, organizations, ethics, mores, and publications.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons instr.

    1 cr.

  
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    ACCT 410 - Advanced Financial Accounting (formerly 312)


    Description:
    The international accounting environment, multicurrency transactions and investments, governmental and other not-for-profit entities, mergers and parent-subsidiary relationships, SEC reporting, and partnerships.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 311  

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 420 - Seminar in Managerial Accounting


    Description:
    Measurement and analysis of accounting data appropriate to managerial planning and decision making, cost determination, performance evaluation and control. Emphasis on the identification and utilization of performance measures and controls that drive results consistent with corporate strategies.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 450 - Auditing (formerly 350)


    Description:
    Critical examination of evidence supporting financial statements, internal control, working papers, statistical sampling, nonfinancial attestation services, audit reports, and professional standards.

    Prerequisites:
    ACCT 311 , ACCT 370 ; MATH 355 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ACCT 497 - Internship in Accounting


    Description:
    Supervised training work program in a cooperating agency or business. Credit set by chair and acct faculty.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons chair.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: XL

    Cr arranged.

  
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    ACCT 498 - International Internship


    Description:
    Supervised training work program in an international agency or business located outside the United States. Credit set by chair and acct faculty.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons chair.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: XL

    1-12 cr.

  
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    ACCT 499 - Special Work


    Description:
    Upperclass or graduate students may arrange for independent study with cons chair.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons chair.

    Credit based on scope of project.

    Available for graduate credit as ACCT 699 .
  
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    ACCT 699 - Special Work


    Description:
    Upperclass or graduate students may arrange for independent study with cons chair..

    Prerequisites:
    Cons chair.

    Credit based on scope of project.

    Available for undergraduate credit as ACCT 499 .

Adventure Education

  
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    ADVE 150 - Introduction to Adventure Education


    Description:
    Awareness of principles, practices and philosophy associated with adventure programming. Lead and facilitate groups of different ages and dynamics. Introduces components of minor.

    2 cr.

  
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    ADVE 225 - Wilderness First Responder


    Description:
    Gain knowledge and skills to become a competent emergency care provider in remote settings. Lecture and hands-on practice will provide experience necessary to make critical decisions. Obtain WFR certification.

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 250 - General Camping/Backpacking


    Description:
    Two- or three-season camping and backpacking techniques including equipment, survival techniques, orienteering, trip planning. Use fundamental facilitation skills in an outdoor trip environment. Obtain “Leave No Trace” certification.

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 275 - Water Skills


    Description:
    Principles of basic canoeing and sea kayaking. Recovery and rescue skills. Whitewater canoeing/kayaking. Trip leading and facilitation skills.

    Prerequisites:
    ADVE 150 ; WLNS 146 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 325 - Management of Top-Rope Climbing


    Description:
    Techniques for managing indoor and outdoor top-rope climbing site. Belaying techniques, site selection, “leave no trace” site use, rescue and emergency techniques. Apply American Mountain Guides Association standards. Site management and facilitation skills.

    Prerequisites:
    ADVE 150 ; WLNS 215 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 350 - Challenge Course Management


    Description:
    Low and high rope facilitation. Philosophical and ethical issues dealing with risk-taking as a learning tool. Safety issues, belaying, programming, sequencing, and course set-up/tear-down. Facilitation opportunities.

    Prerequisites:
    ADVE 150 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 397 - Workshop in Adventure Education


    Description:
    Sub-title will designate area.

    May repeat with different subtitle for 6 cr max.

    Variable cr.

    Available for graduate credit as ADVE 597 .
  
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    ADVE 399 - Special Work


    Description:
    Upperclass adventure ed minors or physical education and health promotion majors may arrange for independent study with cons instr/coord. Credit based on scope of project. Must file statement with the Education  chair before beginning.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 450 - Adventure Education Practicum


    Description:
    Adventure leadership skills demonstrating naturalistic intelligence while planning and conducting climbing, camping/backpacking, and water experiences for various groups. Work with K-12 students, CWES groups, peer groups, Lions Camp groups. Plan/facilitate groups from each area. Develop and use mobile adventure learning courses.

    3 cr.

  
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    ADVE 597 - Workshop in Adventure Education


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate area.

    May repeat with different subtitle for 6 cr max.

    Variable cr.

    Available for undergraduate credit as ADVE 397 .

American Studies

  
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    AMST 300 - America in the Age of Information


    Description:
    Critical assessment of impact of information revolution on American society, including contemporary life, professions, privacy, security, education, law, government and employment.

    May not earn credit in both AMST 300 and CIS 300 .

    3 cr.

  
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    AMST 395 - Topics in American Studies


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate discipline and topic.

    May repeat under different subtitles for 9 cr max.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    AMST 397 - Internship in American Studies


    Description:
    Participate in supervised work program that you arrange with your adviser at a cooperating organization. Credit determined by adviser and American studies coord.

    May repeat for 3 cr max.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    AMST 399 - Independent Study for Senior Experience


    Description:
    Capstone experience for American studies major. Define, devise and pursue individual paper or project integrating disciplines from the major. Individual faculty supervision.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons American studies coord.

    1 cr.


Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 101 - General Anthropology


    Description:
    Introduction to anthropology that includes human evolution and biological variation, human cultural and linguistic diversity, and archaeology.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW, SS; GEP: GA, SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 102 - Introduction to Archaeology


    Description:
    Introduction to the anthropological subfield of archaeology, which studies human cultures through the recovery, documentation, analysis, and interpretation of material remains and environmental data.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: SS1; GEP: SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 105 - Biological Anthropology


    Description:
    Introduction to mechanisms of human and non-human primate biological evolution, genetic inheritance, human adaptability and variation.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: SS1; GEP: SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 110 - Cultural Anthropology


    Description:
    Introduces the field of cultural anthropology, and with examples, explores the contemporary challenges faced by diverse peoples around the world.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW, SS; GEP: GA, SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 199 - Reading in the Discipline


    Description:
    Improve reading and thinking skills in anthropology. Taken in conjunction with designated sections of anthropology courses.

    1 cr. pass/fail.

  
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    ANTH 311 - Human Evolution


    Description:
    Investigate human biology and its effects on behavior. Studies include evolutionary theories, human and non-human primate biological evolution, genetic inheritance, human adaptability and variation, as well as the intersection of forensics anthropology and bioarchaeology.

    Prerequisites:
    ANTH 105  or BIOL 100 , BIOL 101  or BIOL 160 .

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: IS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 320 - Anthropology of Religion


    Description:
    Explore diversity of religious practice worldwide with in-depth exploration of selected traditions.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW, SS; GEP: GA, SS

    Typically Offered:
    Not currently offered

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 325 - Culture and Language


    Description:
    Survey anthropological linguistics. Topics include evolution of language, basic language structure, how language structures and reflects cultural and social differences, and the preservation of language diversity.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: SS1; GEP: SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 339 - Native Cultures of North America


    Description:
    Selective survey of the evolving cultural heritage of native North Americans.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW, SS1; GEP: IS, USD

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 372 - Environmental Anthropology


    Description:
    Upper-division seminar. Employ contemporary and historical anthropological theories in order to better understand cultural aspects of human-environmental interactions, as well as contemporary challenges of environmental conflict and global environmentalism.

    Prerequisites:
    ANTH 110  or ANTH 101 .

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: ER

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 380 - Medical Anthropology


    Description:
    Anthropological approaches to the knowledge and understanding of health and disease in various cultures.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW, SS1; GEP: GA, SS

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 390 - Special Topics in Anthropology


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate area.

    May repeat for credit with different subtitle.

    1-3 cr.

    Available for graduate credit as ANTH 590 .
  
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    ANTH 391 - Special Topics in Anthropology


    Description:
    Subtitle will deisginate area.

    Prerequisites:
    ANTH 102  

    May repeat for credit with different subtitle.

    3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 392 - Anthropology Internship


    Description:
    Intern provides small group writing and reading assistance in selected anthropology courses.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons instr.

    1 cr. pass/fail.

  
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    ANTH 393 - Field Research in Anthropology


    Description:
    Direct observation of anthropological data within an environmental context; required readings and field notebook.

    May repeat with change of locale/topic. May not earn credit in GEOG 393  or GEOL 393  under same topic/locale.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 395 - Special Topics in Anthropology


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate area.

    May repeat for credit with different subtitle.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 399 - Independent Study


    Description:
    Independent study of any area of anthropology arranged with instructor and cons chair. Credit based on scope of project.

    May repeat for 6 cr max.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ANTH 590 - Special Topics in Anthropology


    Description:
    Subtitle will designate area.

    May repeat for credit with different subtitle.

    1-3 cr.

    Available for undergraduate credit as ANTH 390 .

Arabic

  
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    ARBC 101 - First Year Arabic


    Description:
    For students with no previous training in the language.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: FL (BA BM/BFA), NW; GEP: GA

    4 cr.

  
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    ARBC 102 - First Year Arabic


    Description:
    Continuation of ARBC 101 .

    Prerequisites:
    ARBC 101  or cons instr.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: FL (BA BM/BFA), NW; GEP: GA

    4 cr.

  
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    ARBC 211 - Second Year Arabic


    Description:
    Intensive grammar review, practice in reading and speaking Arabic.

    Prerequisites:
    ARBC 102  or cons instr.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW; GEP: GA

    4 cr.

  
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    ARBC 212 - Second Year Arabic


    Description:
    Continuation of ARBC 211 .

    Prerequisites:
    ARBC 211  or cons instr.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: NW

    4 cr.


Art & Design

  
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    ART 101 - Design: Two-dimensional


    Description:
    Fundamental visual elements and principles of two-dimensional design as a foundation for further study in the visual arts and design.

    May not earn credit in both ART 101 and IA 101 .

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: ART

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 102 - Design: Three-dimensional


    Description:
    Fundamental visual elements and principles of three-dimensional design as a foundation for further study in the visual arts and design.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: ART

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 103 - Basic Drawing I


    Description:
    Basic drawing in black and white from observation as a foundation for further study in the visual arts and design.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: ART

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 104 - Drawing II


    Description:
    Continuation of basic drawing approaches in addition to incorporating color and conceptual development as a foundation for further study in the visual arts and design.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 103  

    General Education Designation(s):
    GEP: ART

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 181 - History of the Visual Arts


    Description:
    Survey of world art and architecture. Directions, functions, influences of visual imagery and structures in world culture.

    Prerequisites:
    Nonart majors may use ART 181 in lieu of ART 282  or ART 283  as prereq for upper level art history courses. (ART 181 does NOT count if you have already taken a higher level art history course.)

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: HU1, NW; GEP: ART, GA

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 199 - Special Work


    Description:
    Freshman and Sophomore art majors may arrange for special work with cons chair and approp faculty member. Credit based on scope of project.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons instr and cons chair.

    Notes:
    Sec 1-9, graphic design; sec 21-29, 2-D; sec 31-39, 3-D; sec 41-49, art history. May repeat for 6 cr max.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ART 201 - Intermediate 3-D Studio Design


    Description:
    Applied 3-D design theory and concepts using 3-D computer modeling and traditional 3-D materials.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102  or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 205 - Beginning 3-D Computer Animation


    Description:
    Beginning elements and techniques of three dimensional (3-D) computer animation. Includes solid modeling, time based motion, materials, lighting, and camera work.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102  or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 206 - Symbols for Graphic Design


    Description:
    Exploration of form and symbol development as it relates to communication and graphic design.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 104 , declared graphic design emphasis intended student, or cons instr.

    Typically Offered:
    (I)

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 207 - Typography I


    Description:
    Structure of words and images in graphic design. Basic principles of typographic design.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 206  and declared graphic design emphasis intended student, or cons instr.

    Typically Offered:
    (II)

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 211 - Graphic Design Production I


    Description:
    Study of principles and processes used in print design and production for graphic design. Design and prepare work for various commercial print pro9cesses using industry standard tools and software.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 104 , declared graphic design emphasis intended student, or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 212 - Graphic Design Production II


    Description:
    Study of principles and processes used in web design and production for graphic design. Focus on processes and development of websites from beginning stages to live sites using industry standard code and software.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 211  and declared graphic design emphasis intended student, or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 215 - Basic Photography


    Description:
    Introduction to black and white photography as expressive creative medium. Historical and contemporary issues, both technical and aesthetic, emphasizing development of skills necessary to use photographic medium and personal application. Student must furnish light meter and camera with adjustable aperture and focusing.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 104  or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 221 - Printmaking Survey I: Intaglio and Relief


    Description:
    Introduction to intaglio and relief printmaking as an expressive art form through demonstrations, practice and readings.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 103 , ART 104  and cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 222 - Printmaking Survey II: Monotype and Lithography


    Description:
    Introduction to monotype and lithographic printmaking as an expressive art form through demonstrations, practice and readings.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 103  and ART 104 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 227 - Letterpress


    Description:
    Introduction to letterpress printmaking as an expressive art form through demonstration, practice and readings. Production of editioned printed works.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 103 , ART 104 ; or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 234 - Basic Painting


    Description:
    Introduction to oil painting, with traditional and contemporary methods. Develop critical judgment by exploring technical, conceptual, historical perspectives.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 104  

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 236 - Life Drawing


    Description:
    Drawing the human figure with attention to anatomy, using a variety of media.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 103  

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 251 - Introduction to Sculpture: Fabrication and Installation


    Description:
    Introduction to sculptural concepts, processes and materials that require fabrication methods, including metal working techniques, and explore relationships between concept, site, space and form.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 103 , ART 104 , or cons intr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 252 - Introduction to Sculpture: Modeling, Mold Making, Casting


    Description:
    Introduction to sculptural concepts, methods and materials unique to casting processes. Includes, but not limited to, rendering and modeling in clay and/or wax, mold-making techniques, lost-wax casting, and casting in one or more of the following materials: glass, metals and/or alternative materials.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 103 , ART 104 , or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 253 - Introduction to Sculpture: Reductive Processes


    Description:
    Sculptural concepts, methods and materials unique to reductive/carving processes.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 103 , ART 104 , or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 257 - Beginning Book Arts


    Description:
    Introduction to the book arts as an expressive art form through demonstrations, practice and readings. Creation of one-of-a-kind and editioned artist books.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101 , ART 102 , ART 103 , ART 104 ; or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 261 - Basic Ceramics


    Description:
    Introduction (based on clay and glaze calculations and chemical theory) to variety of ceramic materials and processes of forming, finishing, and firing. Also, manipulative and technical skills, aesthetic exploration, ceramic tradition and contemporary trends.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 102  and ART 104 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 270 - Survey of Asian Art I


    Description:
    Survey of the visual arts of China, Japan, and India from the Neolithic period through the 13th Century CE. Religion, philosophy, and parallel arts are also studied to understand the critical relationship between art and society.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: HU1, NW; GEP: GA, HU

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 271 - Survey of Asian Art II


    Description:
    Survey of the visual arts of China, Japan, and India from the 13th Century CE to the modern period. Religion, philosophy, and parallel arts are also studied to understand the critical relationship between art and society.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: HU1, NW; GEP: GA, HU

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 282 - Survey of Western Art History I


    Description:
    History of art in ancient and medieval cultures, emphasizing historical, cultural, religious, economic, and political factors that influenced the architecture, painting, and sculpture of Egypt, the ancient near East, Greece, Rome, Byzantium, and medieval western Europe.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: HU1; GEP: GA, HP

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 283 - Survey of Western Art History II


    Description:
    History of art from the 13th century to the present, emphasizing historical, cultural, religious, economic, and political factors which influenced the architecture, painting, and sculpture of Europe and the U.S.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: HU1; GEP: GA, HP

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 298 - Special Topics


    Description:
    Introductory level group work in one medium, technique or area. Subtitle/credit varies.

    Notes:
    Sec 1-9, graphic design; sec 21-29, 2-D; sec 31-39, 3-D; sec 41-49, art history. May be repeated for credit under different subtitles.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ART 299 - Special Work


    Description:
    Freshman and Sophomore art majors may arrange for special work with cons chair and approp faculty member. Credit based on scope of project.

    Prerequisites:
    Cons instr and cons chair.

    Notes:
    Sec 1-9, graphic design; sec 21-29, 2-D; sec 31-39, 3-D; sec 41-49, art history. May repeat for 6 cr max.

    1-3 cr.

  
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    ART 303 - Advanced Drawing I


    Description:
    Advanced problems in drawing emphasizing experimentation, individual conceptual development and contemporary issues in art.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 104 , ART 236 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 304 - Visual Design for the Screen


    Description:
    Visual design concepts applied to Web and screen-based environments. Consideration of type, image, motion, principles of organizational hierarchy, interaction, context, and audience. Basic computer experience required.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 101  and ART 104 , or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 305 - Intermediate 3-D Computer Animation


    Description:
    Elements and techniques of three dimensional (3-D) computer animation. Includes solid modeling, time based motion, advanced material editing, advanced lighting, camera work, and techniques of video integration and video editing.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 205  or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 308 - Typography II


    Description:
    Intermediate design of letterforms and typography through hand and computer created techniques. Aesthetic issues of form and proportion. Historical developments in typographic design and visual communication.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 206 , ART 207 ; ART 211 , ART 212 , or cons instr.

    Pass portfolio review.

    Typically Offered:
    (I)

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 309 - Photography for Graphic Design


    Description:
    Develop visual skills using photo and photo-direction techniques for graphic design solutions. Highly recommended that you furnish digital camera with adjustable aperture and focusing.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 206 , ART 207 , ART 211 , ART 212 ; or cons instr.

    Pass portfolio review.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 310 - Illustration


    Description:
    Technical and graphic illustration using a variety of techniques and materials.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 236  or cons instr.

    May repeat course with cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 311 - Branding and Systems for Graphic Design


    Description:
    Combines photographic, typographic, and rendered elements in applied professional and sequential problems, emphasizing design for print and web processes.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 308 , ART 309 , or cons instr.

    Pass portfolio review.

    Typically Offered:
    (I)

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 320 - Intermediate Photography


    Description:
    Further study of photography as expressive art form. Explore photographic vision. Develop personal style, identity in image making, and personal connection to work. Refine technical aspects of black and white format.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 215  

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 321 - Intermediate Printmaking


    Description:
    Continued study in printmaking using greater understanding of advanced techniques and concept development to see how the printmaking medium can be used for more effective individualized expression.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 221  or ART 222 .

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 334 - Intermediate Painting


    Description:
    Problem solving in painting with emphasis on personal ideas, goals, and self-evaluation. Research historical and contemporary ideas, styles, methods, and materials relative to individual application in painting.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 234  

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 335 - Landscape Painting and the Environment


    Description:
    Investigate genre of landscape painting “en pleine aire” (on location) in an opaque medium. Color development. Effects and interactions of human societies with the natural environment. History of landscape painting genre and relationships of geologist and artist.

    General Education Designation(s):
    GDR: EL

    3 cr.

    Available for graduate credit as ART 535 .
  
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    ART 336 - Life Drawing


    Description:
    Continued study of human figure emphasizing experimental work.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 236  

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 340 - Visiting Artist Abroad: Public Art and Journaling


    Description:
    Research diverse cultural images resulting in the execution of public artwork or developing of a studio facility, as a visiting artist at a hosting facility. Research and produce preliminary drawings and execute a public artwork on site. Create personal journals of visual and cultural experiences. Participate as visiting artist at hosting facility and hold workshops with the local student community. Upon returning to UW-Stevens Point, exhibit artwork inspired by the experience.

    Prerequisites:
    art foundation and/or cons. instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 351 - Intermediate Sculpture: Concepts in Fabrication, Installation and Casting


    Description:
    Conceptual and formal development of fabricated, cast and installation work. Develop and expand upon concepts and methods covered in ART 251  and ART 252 .

    Prerequisites:
    ART 251 , ART 252 , or cons instr.

    (may be repeated for up to 6 cr)

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 353 - Intermediate Sculpture: Reductive Processes


    Description:
    Sculptural concepts, methods and materials unique to reductive/carving processes.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 253 , or cons instr.

    3 cr.

  
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    ART 355 - Intermediate Sculpture: Kiln-Working Glass


    Description:
    Explore glass as a sculptural medium using kiln-working methods: fusing, slumping, casting and other related techniques. Also includes cold-working methods: grinding, engraving, carving, sandblasting, and polishing. Explore conceptual and formal development of work in glass.

    Prerequisites:
    ART 351 , or cons instr.

    (may be repeated for up to 6 cr)

    3 cr.

 

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