Undergraduate Art Education +

Course Descriptions

These undergraduate courses are available for both the B.S.Ed. degrees.

Undergraduate Addendum to the Syllabi

ART 203

Drawing I

3 sem. hrs.

Introduction to free-hand perspective drawing techniques with emphasis on line, value, and texture using still-life and landscape subject matter.

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ART 204

Drawing II

3 sem. hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 203

Problems in life drawing with emphasis on anatomy.

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ART 205

Introduction to Graphics Software

3 sem. hrs.

An introduction to graphics software with specific application on the Macintosh system. The focus will be on applied use of programs such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator. (Extra lab fee)

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ART 207

Art in Elementary Schools

3 sem. hrs.

Utilizes content from the four art disciplines: aesthetics, art criticism, art history, and studio art as an exemplary model for providing meaningful art experiences for children. Recommended for those in church or school-related service who work with children. Meets educator licensure requirement for elementary education majors.

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ART 211

Painting I

3 sem. hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 203

Application of design principles as they relate to various approaches to painting, with an emphasis on color theory. A synthesis of technique, skill development and creative expression.

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ART 212

Painting II

3 sem. hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 203

Advanced application of design principles as they relate to various approaches to painting, with an emphasis on color theory. A synthesis of technique, skill development and creative expression.

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ART 318

Printmaking I

3 sem. hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 203

Introduction to woodcuts, etching, engraving and screen process. (Extra lab fee)

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ART 441

Art in Secondary Schools

3 sem. hrs.

Prerequisite(s): ART 207

A discipline based approach to teaching Art in secondary schools.

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