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2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  ANT 415 - Seminar on Contemporary Global Issues.
   •  ANT 495 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  ANT 496 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  ANT 499 - Senior Seminar.
   •  ANT 511 - Historical Archaeology.
   •  ANT 515 - Seminar on Contemporary Global Issues.
   •  ANT 525 - Culture and Personality.
   •  ANT 551 - Political and Legal Anthropology.
   •  ANT 552 - Culture and Economy in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
   •  ANT 555 - Anthropological Interpretation of American Socio-Cultural Systems.
   •  ANT 556 - World Religions.
   •  ANT 570 - American Ethnic and Cultural Diversity.
   •  ANT 575 - Social and Cultural Change.
   •  ANT 576 - Sex, Work and International Capital.
   •  ANT 578 - Sex and Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective.
   •  ARB 111 - Beginning Standard Arabic I.
   •  ARB 112 - Beginning Standard Arabic II.
   •  ARB 205 - Reading Arabic.
   •  ARB 211 - Intermediate Standard Arabic I.
   •  ARB 212 - Intermediate Standard Arabic II.
   •  ARH 111 - History of Prehistoric to Medieval Art.
   •  ARH 112 - History of Renaissance to Modern Art.
   •  ARH 140 - History of Graphic Design.
   •  ARH 215 - Photography Survey.
   •  ARH 299 - Topics in Art History.
   •  ARH 301 - History of Ancient Near Eastern Art.
   •  ARH 303 - History of Ancient Egyptian Art.
   •  ARH 305 - History of Ancient Greek Art.
   •  ARH 307 - History of Ancient Roman Art.
   •  ARH 309 - History of Byzantine to Romanesque Art.
   •  ARH 311 - History of Italian Renaissance Art.
   •  ARH 312 - History of Northern Renaissance Art.
   •  ARH 316 - History of Gothic Art.
   •  ARH 317 - History of Baroque Art.
   •  ARH 319 - History of Eighteenth-Century Art of Europe and Great Britain.
   •  ARH 321 - History of Nineteenth-Century European and British Art.
   •  ARH 323 - History of Early-Twentieth-Century Art in Europe and North America.
   •  ARH 325 - History of African Art.
   •  ARH 327 - Post-Colonial Art of Black Peoples.
   •  ARH 331 - History of Asian Art.
   •  ARH 332 - Art and Art History in the Community
   •  ARH 333 - History of Indian Art.
   •  ARH 335 - History of Pre-Columbian Art.
   •  ARH 337 - History of Post-Columbian Art.
   •  ARH 395 - Internship in Art History.
   •  ARH 397 - Independent Study Art History.
   •  ARH 399 - Advanced Topics in Art History.
   •  ARH 401 - The History and Methods of Art History.
   •  ARH 403 - Special Topics in Ancient Art.
   •  ARH 405 - Special Topics in Early Modern Art.
   •  ARH 407 - Special Topics in Modern Art.
   •  ARH 409 - History of North-American Art.
   •  ARH 410 - Feminism and the Visual Arts.
   •  ARH 411 - History of Contemporary Art in a Global Context.
   •  ARH 413 - Special Topics in Contemporary Art.
   •  ARH 415 - History of Aboriginal North-American Art.
   •  ARH 417 - History of Craft, Folk, and Naive Artistic Traditions.
   •  ARH 419 - Connoisseurship.
   •  ARH 421 - Introduction to Curatorial and Exhibition Practices.
   •  ARH 423 - History of Collection and Exhibition Practices.
   •  ARH 425 - History of the Paragone or Rivalry in the Arts.
   •  ARH 497 - Senior Thesis in Art History.
   •  ARH 509 - History of American Art.
   •  ARH 511 - History of Contemporary Art in a Global Context.
   •  ARH 515 - History of Aboriginal North-American Art.
   •  ARH 519 - Connoisseurship.
   •  ARH 521 - Introduction to Curatorial and Exhibition Practices.
   •  ARH 523 - History of Collection and Exhibition Practices.
   •  ART 100 - Introduction to the Studio.
   •  ART 101 - Art Education-Elementary.
   •  ART 102 - Secondary Methods of Art Education.
   •  ART 116 - Introduction to Black & White Photography.
   •  ART 120 - Introduction to the Visual Arts.
   •  ART 125 - Introduction to Digital Photo Media.
   •  ART 126 - Introduction to Digital Photography.
   •  ART 130 - Studio Survey/Materials and Methods.
   •  ART 131 - Drawing.
   •  ART 132 - Drawing II.
   •  ART 135 - Figure Drawing.
   •  ART 141 - Basic Two-Dimensional Design.
   •  ART 142 - Basic Three-Dimensional Design.
   •  ART 160 - Visual Communications Theory and Process.
   •  ART 199 - Special Topics & Workshops.
   •  ART 200 - Audio Production.
   •  ART 202 - Video Production.
   •  ART 203 - Video Editing.
   •  ART 204 - Art, Design and Theory of Interaction.
   •  ART 211 - Introduction to the Comics Studio.
   •  ART 214 - Color Photography.
   •  ART 216 - Advanced Black and White Photography.
   •  ART 218 - Alternative Photo Processes.
   •  ART 232 - Typography I.
   •  ART 235 - Topics in Printmaking.
   •  ART 240 - Creativity and Portfolio Development.
   •  ART 251 - Fundamentals of Stage Makeup.
   •  ART 252 - Introduction to Digital Design.
   •  ART 261 - MCC Course.
   •  ART 263 - Painting.
   •  ART 269 - Sculpture.
   •  ART 271 - Introduction to Theatre Design.
 

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