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    The University of the Arts
   
 
  Jan 20, 2018
 
 
    
2015-2016 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


Overview     Course Search     Course Prefix Key     

 

Overview

The course catalogue contains information on all active courses offered by the University including: title, course number, credits, contact hours, prerequisites, offering college, priority enrollment, repeatability, and restrictions.  Courses listed in the catalogue are not offered every semester.  To access a listing of course sections being offered during a particular term refer to the Course Section Offerings page on the Office of the Registrar website.

Course Renumbering

During the 2013-2014 academic year the University began a multi-year course renumbering project. Courses that have been changed this year now include a reference to the new course number. For example: “CRGL 211 (GLAS*211)” -  the number in parenthesis is the new course number. A complete list of courses renumbered during the 2015-2016 academic year can be found below.

Renumbered Courses 2015-2016  

Course Search 

 
   •  ADVT 201  Visual and Verbal Persuasion
   •  ADVT 202  Visual Storytelling, Visual Narrative Advertising
   •  ADVT 206  Conceptual Development for Advertising
   •  ADVT 250  History of Advertising
   •  ADVT 301  Copywriting
   •  ADVT 302  Brand Communications and Experience
   •  ADVT 303  Integrated Advertising
   •  ADVT 401  Portfolio I
   •  ADVT 402  Portfolio II
   •  ADVT 499  Internship
   •  AEDU 200  Presentation Skills
   •  AEDU 201  Introduction to Visual Arts Education
   •  AEDU 490  Independent Study
   •  AEDU 499  Internship
   •  AEDU 501  Creative and Cognitive Development
   •  AEDU 503  The Art of Teaching
   •  AEDU 509  Professional Writing Intensive
   •  AEDU 510  Service Learning
   •  AEDU 531  Multicultural Learning-Arts
   •  AEDU 532  Meeting Needs of ELL Learners
   •  AEDU 533  Art and Inclusionary Education
   •  AEDU 541  Program Design & Methods: Elementary
   •  AEDU 542  Program Design & Methods: Secondary
   •  AEDU 543  Aesthetics and Art Criticism
   •  AEDU 560  Saturday Practicum
   •  AEDU 561  Student Teaching: Elementary
   •  AEDU 562  Student Teaching: Secondary
   •  AEDU 565  Student Teaching Seminar: Elementary/Secondary
   •  AEDU 602  History of Ideas in Art and Museum Education
   •  AEDU 606  Research in Education: Methods and Trends
   •  AEDU 610  Graduate Studio Seminar
   •  AEDU 621  Educational Media A: Teaching and Learning Online
   •  AEDU 622  Educational Media B: Planning and Management Online
   •  AEDU 625  Interactive Media
   •  AEDU 690  Graduate Independent Study
   •  AEDU 695  Graduate Project/Thesis
   •  AETH 301  Introduction to Art Therapy
   •  AETH 302  Social and Group Process
   •  AETH 303  Theories and Techniques of Art Therapy With Adults
   •  AETH 304  Theories and Techniques of Art Therapy With Children and Adolescents
   •  AETH 401  Senior Practicum
   •  AETH 490  Independent Study
   •  AETH 690  Graduate Independent Study
   •  AHST 101  Art History Survey I
   •  AHST 102  Art History Survey II
   •  AHST 201  Akhenaton and the Amarna Period: Revolution and Reaction in Ancient Egypt
   •  AHST 202  Ancient Art
   •  AHST 203  Art in Renaissance Europe
   •  AHST 204  Baroque Art
   •  AHST 205  19th Century Art
   •  AHST 206  American Art to 1945
   •  AHST 207  American Art Since 1945
   •  AHST 208  Modern Art
   •  AHST 209  European Art Since 1945
   •  AHST 210  Modern Architecture
   •  AHST 217  Introduction to Art Historical Methodologies
   •  AHST 218  Dada and Surrealism
   •  AHST 219  Salon to Simulacrum: Modern and Contemporary Art
   •  AHST 282  History of Crafts
   •  AHST 283  History of Communication Design
   •  AHST 284  History of Photography
   •  AHST 311  Dirty Pictures: A History of Art Censorship
   •  AHST 312  Women Artists
   •  AHST 313  Art of China
   •  AHST 314  Art of India
   •  AHST 315  Art of Japan
   •  AHST 401  Michelangelo
   •  AHST 402  Rembrandt
   •  AHST 403  Political Cartoons
   •  AHST 404  Symbolist Art
   •  AHST 405  Pop Art
   •  AHST 406  Spanish Artists: El Greco, Velázquez, Goya
   •  AHST 407  Picasso
   •  ANIM 101  Animation 101
   •  ANIM 201  Animation Movement Principles
   •  ANIM 202  Object Animation
   •  ANIM 203  Drawn Character Animation
   •  ANIM 205  Puppet/Stop Motion Animation
   •  ANIM 209  Experimental Animation
   •  ANIM 210  Sophomore Animation Piece
   •  ANIM 211  Character Design
   •  ANIM 231  Introduction to Computer Animation
   •  ANIM 232  2D Computer Animation
   •  ANIM 301  Collaborative Animation Workshop
   •  ANIM 302  Junior Animation Piece
   •  ANIM 305  Client Animation Project
   •  ANIM 320  Selected Topics in Animation
   •  ANIM 321  Puppet Animation
   •  ANIM 325  Storyboarding
   •  ANIM 327  2D Computer Character Animation
   •  ANIM 331  3D I: Introduction
   •  ANIM 332  3D II: Modeling and Lighting
   •  ANIM 333  3D III: Character Animation
   •  ANIM 335  Commercial Animation
   •  ANIM 341  History of Animation
   •  ANIM 345  Special Effects Compositing
   •  ANIM 351  Advanced Character Animation
   •  ANIM 401  Animation Thesis I
   •  ANIM 402  Animation Thesis II
   •  ANIM 404  Animation Thesis II
 

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