Oct 18, 2018  
2011-2012 University Catalogue 
2011-2012 University Catalogue []

FAMD 401 - Thesis

4.5 credits
An open studio oriented toward helping the development of individual initiative where concentration in multidisciplinary studies can be developed to fruition on an advanced level. This course utilizes the previous instruction and investigation in multidisciplinary studies. Topical discussions encourage students to find relevancy and validity in an analysis of historical precedents and contemporary culture. An emphasis is placed on the development of ideas and content in the individual student’s work, which is supported by a series of individual and group critiques by faculty and visiting artists. This course offers the student opportunity to develop a body work in preparation for portfolio and exhibition presentation. The student is expected to participate in group exhibitions as well as a solo exhibition and to present a professional portfolio of work.

Priority enrollment to Multidisciplinary majors.