Jul 09, 2020  
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Anesthesiology

  
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    RANE 5001 - Anesthesiology Pain Management



    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 27
    Lecture Hours: 4 Other Contact Hours: 50

    College Restrictions: Residents Major Restrictions: Anesthesiology Residency


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Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 1102 - Introductory Anthropology



    This is a general survey of the biological and cultural origins and development of human beings and their cultures. Based on archaeology, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics, this course emphasizes human adaptation through both biological and cultural evolution. Students will learn the four interrelated subfields of anthropology, have a broader perspective of how complex and diverse humans are over time, to question and understand the world through the lens of culture, and to recognize self as a global citizen.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 2011 - Cultural Anthropology



    By investigating what is culture and how culture influences our lives, students will gain an appreciation and understanding of the differences and similarities in diverse societies including their own. Students will learn how to view other societies holistically, comparatively, and to see things from others’ point of view. By gaining an appreciation of cultural differences, students in this class will also be more knowledgeable and better prepared for future multicultural experiences.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 2011H - Cultural Anthropology



    By investigating what is culture and how culture influences our lives, students will gain an appreciation and understanding of the differences and similarities in diverse societies including their own. Students will learn how to view other societies holistically, comparatively, and to see things from others’ point of view. By gaining an appreciation of cultural differences, students in this class will also be more knowledgeable and better prepared for future multicultural experiences. This is an Honors Course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3001 - Methods in Cultural Anthropology



    This course combines discussion of an overview of larger theoretical trends in cultural anthropology and provides an introduction to “doing” ethnography through the study and practice of fieldwork. In seminar-style discussions and workshop exercises, students become familiar with qualitative research practices (like participant-observation and interviewing) and types of writing (like fieldnotes and ethnography); and develop their understanding of key ideas (like intersubjectivity, reflexivity, and interpretation).

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4


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    ANTH 3002 - Methods in Archaeology



    The course will be a seminar-style class in which students will discuss the various theoretical trends in archaeology and the analytical methodologies used in artifact interpretations. Students will also receive training in historic period artifact identification.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4


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    ANTH 3290 - Archaeology of the Americas



    This course examines the archaeology of the Americas from the arrival of the first peoples until European contact. It will focus on adaptations to a changing physical and social environment, including technological changes and the development of agriculture, the rise of large-scale societies and long-distance trade, and the emergence of social ranking systems. Examples will be drawn primarily from North America but may include Mesoamerican and South American case studies as well.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= D or ANTH2011 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3411 - Native Americans



    This course examines the origins and cultures of native peoples of the U.S. and Canada as well as challenges that Native Americans have faced due to contact and continued interactions with Euro-Americans. Historical processes including population deline, culture change, and federal Indian policy will be considered along with modern cultural issues that affect the tribes today. Students will also be exposed to Native critiques of academic treatments of their cultures and histories.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ANTH1102 >= C or ANT101 >= C) or (ANTH2011 >= C or ANT201 >= C) or (HIST2111 >= C or HIS211 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3535 - Medical Anthropology



    This course is designed to introduce students to two main aspects of the health care field, the structure considerations and the cultural considerations. Structural considerations include the way that health care is organized, funded and delivered throughout the cultural considerations. Structural considerations include the ways we create meaning of concepts of health and illness and the ways in which different cultures construct notions of what is means to be healthy and sick and how to maintain healthiness. This course may be taken more than once with permission if the culture of geographic focus is significantly different.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANTH2011 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    ANTH 3817 - African Comparative Cultural Issues



    This course seeks to introduce students to an understanding of Africa that reaches beyond the sound bites and stereotypes of the evening news as well as presents the diversity among African cultures. Students will explore both northern and sub-Saharan Africa. The course will consider the impact of colonialism on the formation of contemporary Africa’s geographic political, economic, social and religious landscapes. Students will debate such topics as the relevance of circumcision, polygyny, sexual education, and religious syncretism.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANTH2011 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3831 - Archaeology



    This course will introduce students to the theories and methods used by modern archaeologists to investigate and understand the past. Prehistoric and historic examples will be used to illustrate how archaeologists use artifacts and other data to interpret the past. Students will be encouraged to think critically about the use of archaeological data and the interpretations of the past it produces.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ANTH1102 >= C or ANT101 >= C) or (ANTH2011 >= C or ANT201 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3841 - Physical Anthropology



    This course will provide students with a background in human evolution from the biological and cultural standpoints by tracing behavior patterns we consider uniquely human back to non-human primates and our prehuman ancestors. The course will also consider how evolution still operates in modern human populations. Topics will include primatology, the human family tree, human variation and adaptation, and applied methods.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANT101 >= C or ANT201 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3851 - Religion, Culture, and Society



    This course examines the theories about the origins of religions and how religious belief shapes and is shaped by human behavior and thought. The course will examine basic concepts such as ritual, myth, and symbolism through consideration of a wide range of religious practices and beliefs. Case studies may address topics such as shamanism, cults, withchcraft, magic, healing, and the social power of religion.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ANTH1102 >= C or ANT101 >= C) or (ANTH2011 >= C or ANT201 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 3870 - Identity: Ethnicity, Gender, and Class



    This course examines the processes through which identities are culturally constructed and experienced. The focus is on key ideas and theoretical debates surrounding race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and class through a cross-cultural perspective. These identities intersect with each other and with other identities such as religious, educational, parental, etc.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= D or ANTH2011 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 4210 - Historical Archaeology



    This course will cover primarily the archaeology of North America from the arrival of the European colonists until the early twentieth century. It will show students how the archaeological record articulates with the historical record to expose parts of the past that may not be earily visible in written history. Case studies may address colonial American, slavery and plantation life, finding and preserving sites, situating women and minorities in the past, and using documents and artifacts in tandem to critically deconstruct interpretations of the past. The course may also include examples from other areas of the world.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= D or ANTH2011 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 4217 - Travelers, Migrants and Refugees



    The purpose of this course is to explore the movement of people and the impact of that movement on home and globalization. The course will discuss the meaning of home and the reasons why people travel. Each motivation affects people’s perceptions of their destination and their attachments to home. These issues are global issues as well as localized (e.g., rural to urban). Students will discuss issues such as the impact of war, HIV/AIDS, political and religious policies, tourism, religious missions, fieldwork, etc. on people’s movement. The course will consider how globalization and movement impacts identity and inter- and intra-group dynamics.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANTH2011 >= C or ANT101 >= C or ANT201 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 4541 - Food and Culture



    Food provides a window onto the human experience: how we find the means to survive and meet our basic needs, how we form communities, how we give our lives meaning and express our identities. This course will consider what food, the ways we obtain and use it, and the meanings we give it tell us about being human and being in community.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANTH2011 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ANTH 4950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content, variable credit course intended to meet the needs of students minoring in anthropology. Offered by special arrangement.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C or ANTH2011 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    ANTH 4960 - Internship



    A service-learning experience based in an institution or agency, the internship requires the completion of a specific task and the acquisition of specific knowledge and skills under the supervision of the university and the cooperating institution or agency.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= C and ANTH2011 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Other Contact Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Anthropology


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    ANTH 4990 - Undergraduate Research



    A variable content, variable credit course offered by special arrangement and intended to meet the needs of anthropology minors. Students will carry out supervised independent research in a selected area of anthropology.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ANTH1102 >= C or ANT101 >= C) or (ANTH2011 >= C or ANT201 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    ANTH 5411 - Native Americans



    This course examines the origins and cultures of native peoples of the U.S. and Canada as well as the challenges that Native Americans have faced due to contact and continued interactions with Euro-Americans. Historical processes including population decline, culture change, and federal Indian policy will be considered along with modern cultural issues that affect the tribes today. Students will also be exposed to Native critiques of academic treatements of their cultures and hsitories. Prerequisites(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or HIST 2111 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    ANTH 5831 - Archaeology



    This course will introduce students to the theories and methods used by modern archaeologists to investigate and understand the past. Prehistoric and historic examples will be used to illustrate how archaeologists use artifacts and other data to interpret the past. Students will be encouraged to think critically about the use of archaeological data and the interpretations of the past it produces. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    ANTH 5841 - Physical Anthropology



    This course will provide students with a background in human evolution from the biological and cultural standpoints by tracing behavior patterns we consider uniquely human back to non-human primates and our prehuman ancestors. The course will also consider how evolution still operates in modern human populations. Topics will include primatology, the human family tree, human variation and adaptation, and applied methods. Prerequistie(s): ANTH 1102 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    ANTH 5851 - Religion, Culture and Society



    This course examines the theories about the origins of religions and how religious belief shapes and is shaped by human behavior and thought. The course will examine basic concepts such as ritual, myth, and symbolism through consideration of a wide range of religious practices and beliefs. Case studies may address topics such as shamanism, cults, withchcraft, magic, healing, and the social power of religion. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 or ANTH2011

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    ANTH 5870 - Identity: Sex, Gender and Class



    This course examines the processes through which identities are culturally constructed and experienced. The focus is on key ideas and theoretical debates surrounding race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and class through a cross-cultural perspective. These identities intersect with each other and with other identities such as religious, educational, parental, etc. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= D or ANTH2011 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    ANTH 6950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content, variable credit course intended to meet the needs of students minoring in anthropology. Offered by special arrangement. Prerequisite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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Applied Info Systems & Tech

  
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    AIST 2220 - Introduction to Web Development



    Students will be exposed to appropriate format and page layout, adding and manipulating visuals, images, and rich media, creating a navigation scheme and linking together multiple pages and sites, creating basic forms, building interactive features, and publishing/maintaining web sites.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 2320 - Introduction to Computer Networking



    Introduces networking technology to include networking standards, networking media, networking hardware, access methods, network operating systems, TCP/IP basics, network security and the fundamentals of local area network and wide area network technologies.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 2330 - System Administration



    A basic study of the UNIX operating system geared towards the operating system user, future system administrator, and security officer. Topics include listing, finding, displaying and printing files; system security; command-line editing; handling backups, system resources, and file permissions; script programming; and other administrative tasks.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 2950 - Special Topics in Applied Information Systems and Techniques



    A course or directed study in applied information systems and technologies. Content to be decided based upon instructor expertise and student interest. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 98


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    AIST 3120 - Applications Programming



    An intermediate course in programming which focuses on developing code and structures for multi-tier applied information system solutions.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 >= C or CSCI2120 >= C or MINF3612 >= C or AIST3410 >= C or CSCI3410 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 3410 - Database Management Systems



    Designing, developing, and maintaining database resources is treated, emphasizing application of established database development tools within a structured development method.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 >= C and MINF3650 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 3610 - System Analysis and Design



    Introduces students to modern approaches for analyzing and designing information systems.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MINF3650 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science, Health Informatics, Management Info Systems


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    AIST 3620 - User Interface Design



    This course will cover the fundamental concepts of human computer interaction including user interface design principles, human capabilities, interface technology, interface design methods and interface evaluation.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (AIST2220 >= C or MINF3618 >= C) and (CSCI1301 >= C or CSCI2120 >= C or MINF3612 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    AIST 4820 - Applied Information Systems and Technology Project



    An individual or group project in software development. Emphasizes production of complete software solutions for a businesses or non-profit client. Can be taken a maximun of 2 times for credit.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (AIST3410 >= C or CSCI3410 >= C) and (AIST3610 >= C or CSCI4711 >= C) and (AIST2220 >= C or MINF3618 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 2


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    AIST 4950 - Special Topics in Applied Information Systems and Technologies



    A course or directed study in applied information systems and technologies. Content to be decided based upon instructor expertise and student interest.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 3


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    AIST 4960 - Applied Information Systems and Technologies Internship



    An applied professional learning experience in applied information systems and technologies emphasizing faculty oversight of a directed work experience.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    AIST 6330 - System and Network Administration



    Methods and techniques for installing, configuring, providing enterprise infrastructure, and securing server systems and networks. Intended to provide technology managers with hands-on ‘active learning’ with key technologies, but with a focus on illuminating common vectors of technology compromise and methods for preventing, detecting, and correcting compromised systems.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6410 - Data Management: Databases, Informatics, Data Science



    Exposes students to concepts and techniques of managing databases (relational and ‘no SQL’), informatics (processing data for storage and retrieval), and data science (processes and systems to extract knowledge or insights from data)

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6510 - Information Systems Security I



    Provides, along with AIST 6515, a foundation in security of information systems as articulated by (ISC)2 in its Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) common body of knowledge. The two course sequence is also a preparation the internationally recognized CISSP certification exam.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    AIST 6515 - Information Systems Security II



    Provides, along with AIST 6510, a foundation in security of information systems as articulated by (ISC)2 in its Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) common body of knowledge. The two course sequence is also a preparation the internationally recognized CISSP certification exam.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: AIST6510 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management, MBA Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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Arabic

  
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    ARAB 1001 - Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I



    This course covers the fundamentals of listening, speaking, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic in a proficiency-based classroom and introduces students to Arabic cultures. Designed for students who have never studied Written Arabic. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in school should contact the Department of English and Foreign Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must earn a C or better in order to take Arabic 1002.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4

    Repeat Status: No


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    ARAB 1002 - Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II



    ARAB 1002 provides students with beginning level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 1001. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and Foreign Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue with Arabic 2001.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ARAB1001 >= C

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4

    Repeat Status: No


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    ARAB 2001 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I



    ARAB 2001 provides students with intermediate level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 1002. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and Foreign Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. Students must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue with Arabic 2002.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ARAB1002 >= C

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4

    Repeat Status: No


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    ARAB 2002 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic II



    ARAB 2002 provides students with intermediate level skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), building on the skills developed in ARAB 2001. The course will be taught using a communicative and student-centered approach. Not open to native speakers. Heritage speakers and students who had Arabic in high school should contact the Department of English and Foreign Languages for an evaluation to determine which Arabic course best suits their current proficiency. You must receive a grade of C or better in order to continue Arabic at AU.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ARAB2001 >= C

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 4

    Repeat Status: No


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Art

  
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    ART 1000 - Ceramics I for Non-Art Majors and Non-Art Minors



    Students are introduced to the fundamentals of working with clay as an art medium. Through the creation of personally expressive ceramic works, they learn the structural and tactile qualities making ceramics unique and rewarding. Introductory clay bodies, glazing, hand-building, and firing techniques will be explored.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1001 - Oil Painting for non-art majors and non-art minors



    The act of painting can be as rewarding as the resulting self-expression. Students explore painting techniques and practices such as basic use of color and application of media, developing the facility to render painterly works of art. Life models may be used (nudes and occasionally costumed). This course will not substitute for the painting course designed for art majors and art minors.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1002 - Photography I for non-art majors and non-art minors



    In our world, image-capturing seamlessly integrates into the fabric of society. Students are introduced to compositional concerns and photographic processes as ways to enhance personal expression. Students learn both digital and film-based processes as well as digital editing through industry standard software. A limited number of digital cameras are available for rent at no charge.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1003 - Watercolor for non-art majors



    The free flowing, expressive qualities of watercolor make it a favorite medium of many painters. Students explore watercolor techniques in the rendering of expressive works of art. Traditional and experimental techniques using opaque and transparent watercolor media help students appreciate the incredible range of this unique medium. Life model may be used.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1211 - Drawing I: an Introduction to Techniques and Methods of Expression



    Learning to draw is essential for artistic self-expression. Students explore fundamental techniques of drawing through a variety of black and white media to enhance visual communication. Emphasis is placed on drawing from observation in the depiction of space and form. Through experimentation and preliminary work, students understand drawing as a tool for creativity and concept development.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1520 - Two-Dimensional Design



    Visual language is based in the elements and principles of design. Utilizing these fundamental methods of communication, students learn the creative and technical skills for creating dynamic images on a two-dimensional surface. Experimenting with a range of media, students understand the creative processes related to image making. Additionally, fundamental relationships of color theory are introduced. Presentation and craft are stressed as a component of successful communication.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1530 or ART1211

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 1530 - Three Dimensional Design



    This is an introduction to compositional fundamentals examined through the act of sculpting. The course is designed to provide essential visual and verbal skills in preparation for upper-division study in studio art.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 2100 - Art education, K-8; Teaching



    Teaching methodology and projects for teaching art in the elementary school classroom.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 2212 - Drawing II



    Expressive mark making is developed through technique and experimentation. Students engage a variety of subject matter including the human figure with a range of media as they as they develop higher-level creative, expressive, interpretive, and observational skills. Building on skills developed in Drawing One, students learn anatomy and color on their journey toward self-expression.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1530 >= C or ART103 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 2611 - Art History I Learning the A’s and B’s of Enacting Art History



    Core to art history is (1) the deep analysis of great works of art, coupled with (2) charting the currents and patterns of development of art through time. Through a survey of art history, students analyze patterns of art-historical unfolding while developing a knowledge of prominent works through time. Methods of formal-semiotic, iconographic, and contextual understanding are stressed. Students explore the legacy of Western classicism and neo-classicisms, with emphasis on the media of sculpture and architecture.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ART 2612 - Art History II: Charting the Historical Emergence of Modernism



    As proficiency and knowledge in art history deepens, students come to see the crucial importance of historical inquiry for art today. Students in this course co-create with the instructor the history of art from late antiquity into the twentieth century, emphasizing pictorial media. Students explore interwoven themes through the study of great works of art, illuminating the emergence and constitution of modernism.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2611 >= C or ART311 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    ART 3000 - Humanities Studio Experience



    The course is designed for the non‑art major student desiring a studio experience. Media choice and class time must be arranged with the individual instructor. Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3100 - Art Education, Secondary School



    An exploration of art education theories and projects using methods and materials adaptable for classroom instruction.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1530 >= C or ART103 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3213 - Drawing III: Figure Drawing



    Studying the figure is deeply imbedded in the history of art making. In this course students learn to accurately sight and measure while making careful anatomical observations from both nude and clothed models. Continuing to build on foundational skills, students create methodical drawings from sustained poses and gestural drawings from short poses. While accuracy in proportion and scale are the basis of this course, creative expression is further developed through experimental media application and mark making.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2212 >= C or ART231 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3221 - Painting I for art majors and art minors



    Painting is a contemporary medium steeped in technique and history. This course introduces many of the practices used by painters to create dynamic works of visual communication. With an emphasis on observation as a means to depict form, students use color and design to develop visually engaging aesthetic works. Through critiques and presentations, students learn painting’s relevance to the history of art and its status as a contemporary art medium. Life models may be used in addition to working from still life.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C and ART1530 >= C and ART1211 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3222 - Painting II



    Refining skills developed in Painting I, students learn a range of methods related to the manipulation of paint. Developing greater competency in using paint to render illusionistic space and content, students further understand the medium’s capacity for expression. With greater compositional understanding, students become more independent, developing a personal aesthetic.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2221 >= C or ART241 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3231 - Photography I for art majors and art minors



    In our world, image-capturing seamlessly integrates into the fabric of society. Students are introduced to compositional concerns and photographic processes as ways to enhance personal expression. Students learn both digital and film-based processes as well as digital editing through industry standard software. A limited number of digital cameras are available for rent at no charge.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1530 >= C or ART103 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3232 - Photography II



    Students expand their photographic skills and process as a means of creative expression. Issues of subject, aesthetics, content and context are explored as students create a portfolio demonstrating an understanding of photography.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3231 >= C or ART365 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3233 - Photography III



    Translated from Greek, photography means “Painting with light”. This course explores various lighting techniques in the creation of dynamic photographic imagery. Students create portfolios demonstrating a personal aesthetic.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3231 >= C or ART365 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3234 - Photography IV



    To successfully communicate their skill and vision to others, photographers build portfolios. Students develop a cohesive series of photographic works with a high degree of craft and individual aesthetic. This course utilizes skills and processes developed in previous courses to assist students in presenting themselves as professionals in the field.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3231 >= C or ART365 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3251 - Printmaking I



    Printmaking continues to be a pertinent means for visual communication in the twenty-first century. Students learn the essentials of fundamental printmaking methods, such as serigraphy and relief. Methods are explored as fundamental printmaking practices.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1530 >= C or ART103 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3261 - Water-based Media Painting



    Basic experience in transparent watercolor. Other water-based media such as gouache or egg tempera may be introduced. Life model may be used.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3262 - Watercolor II



    Continuation of Watercolor I. Life model may be used.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3261 >= C or ART342 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3263 - Watercolor III



    Advanced level instruction of Watercolor II. Life model may be used.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3262 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3311 - Sculpture: Carving I



    Students learn the subtractive method of carving material to create a series of sculptural forms. Using materials such as plaster, clay, and wood, students gain an understanding of a range of tools and their role in the creative process. The semester includes in-class demonstrations, time for independent work and regular group critiques designed to assist in the resolution of projects.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART1520 >= C or ART102 >= C) and (ART1530 >= C or ART103 >= C) and (ART1211 >= C or ART131 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3312 - Sculpture: Advanced Carving



    Students learn additional techniques involved in wood carving and fabrication processes. The class also introduces students to conceptual development as creative expression. Through group and individual critiques, students articulate and analyze works of peers and professionals in the field. Students build on techniques learned in beginning carving as they further their understanding of carving and fabrication.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3311 >= C or ART372 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3313 - Sculpture: Advanced Techniques in Carving



    Students design and fabricate a series of carved projects with a more advanced understanding of the subtractive process. During this course, students develop a personal aesthetic as they improve their carving abilities. Students develop an understanding of how the creative process and revision relate to finished projects.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3312 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3331 - Sculpture: Figure Modeling I



    Applied studies in proportion and articulation of the figure, using life models, typically nudes. All work from the model is a required part of the course. Materials include oil based and water based clay.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1211 >= C and ART1520 >= C and ART1530 >= C and ART3401 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3332 - Sculpture: Figure Modeling II



    Continuation of applied studies in proportion and articulation of the human figure using life models, typically nudes. All work from the model is a required part of the course. Materials include oil-based and water-based clay.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3331 >= C or ART371 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3333 - Sculpture: Figure Modeling III



    Continuation of applied studies in proportion and articulation of the human figure using life models, typically nudes. All work from the model is a required part of the course. Materials include oil-based and water-based clay.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3332 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3401 - Ceramics I for Art Majors and Art Minors



    Ceramics is a contemporary medium which has been at the core or art making practice throughout history. Students learn the fundamentals of working with clay through a variety of methods. Through hand-building, wheel-throwing and sculptural methods, students use clay as means for artistic expression. Additionally, basic glazing and firing techniques are introduced. Students address design problems involving aesthetic value and procedure in the making of ceramic objects.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C and ART1530 >= C and ART1211 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3402 - Ceramics II



    Students expand their individual artistic approach through more specified development of techniques and a greater emphasis on artistic vision. Emphasis is placed on material understanding, creativity and presentation. Students are more self-guided and begin developing a body of work. This course offers continued development of the skills and concepts introduced in ART 3401 with an introduction to glaze and clay formulation.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2401 >= C or ART223 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3403 - Ceramics III



    Students learn more about the discipline of ceramics and how loading and firing kilns affects the final product. Advanced techniques in building and glazing help students understand ceramics as a vehicle for creative expression. Students continue the building of their personal portfolios.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3402 >= C or ART323 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3540 - Graphic Design I: Exploring Design Processes, Materials, & Methods



    The essence of graphic design is visual communication. Students in this course will gain basic proficiencies and establish a solid understanding of graphic design methodology. With this firm foundation in place, students gain an understanding of design excellence. Additionally, students learn a range of handcrafted (analog), techniques and industry standard software while solving design problems.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3541 - Graphic Design I



    Introduction to graphic design: including planning, analyzing, creating, and evaluating visual solutions to communication problems. A survey and understanding of typography. Tools and techniques will include but will not be limited to drawing, digital technologies and current computer software.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C or ART1211 >= C or ART1530 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3542 - Graphic Design II



    A continuation and expansion of skills taught in Art 3541.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3541 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3543 - Graphic Design II: Deconstructing Typography, Lettering, and Layout



    The organization and layout of typography significantly influence how viewers decode visual messages. Students in this course learn to utilize typographic principles including type anatomy, classification, and contrast to better encode visual information. Concepts include hierarchy of information, typographic grids, typographic literacy, layout and lettering. With these concepts, students create engaging design spaces capturing the attention of an audience while delivering an intended message.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3545 - Synthesizing Illustration, Media, and Culture



    The design process uses an array of image generation techniques to engage and communicate with the viewer. This course explores the role of illustration methodologies related to contemporary graphic design. Students learn digital and analog techniques through problem based assignments forming conceptual rich spaces. Portfolios developed in this course will include cultural, societal, and environmental contexts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1545 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3550 - Design Thinking: The Power of Creativity and Collaboration



    Most aspects of contemporary life include creative competencies. Examples of these are idea development, abstract problem solving and working in groups. Design Thinking is about using creativity to find innovative solutions for human centered problems. Through project based assignments, students learn about the creative process and how it applies to all facets of life.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3555 - Tactile Graphics: Printed Surface for Books and Limited Edition



    As design is further embedded in daily printed and digital environments, tactile surfaces continue to gain importance because of the experience it creats for the viewer. A survey of techniques include paper engineering, sequential surfaces, movable type, relief, and digitally produced photopolymer plates. Each one of these processes has a unique interaction with various types of paper. Students in this course create limited edition prints exploring composition and media in the development of technical skills utilizing the wide range of tactile applications including book making. With these skills, students further develop their understanding of relationships between digital and printed artifacts.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1545 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3565 - Kinetic Environments: Moving Image, Packaging, and Identity



    The contemporary domain of visual communication consists of a series of interactions between branded entities and users as they exist in an experience-oriented world. Motion and identity design considers characteristics of form, contant, and context as they relate to an audience through a range of interactions. This class embrases design experience from different graphic spaces from motion and packaging to instillation based approaches.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2545 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 3575 - Web Environments: Introduction to Web Design and Interactive Motion



    Websites are vitual environments connecting people across space and time. Graphic designers utilize elements including image, interaction, sound, and sequence to create dynamic spaces. This course is an introduction to the prinicples and elements of web design, interactive spaces, and sequential graphics using type and image. Students explore relationships between typography, principles of interactive motion, and web design as they apply to visual communication.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2545 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3700 - Color Experience and Theory



    Color impacts the viewer on many levels in the expression of form and content. Students learn about color identity and relationships with an awareness of how they apply to composition and symbolism. Using additive and subtractive color processes, students express themselves through both printed and digital media.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART1520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3721 - Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art: Deepening the Engagement with Art



    Ever wonder what art is, why art matters, and why all the fuss about Beauty? Students learn in this course a transdisciplinary approach to art, enabling one to address these and related questions with depth. Beginning with integral (and related) meta-theories, students engage in meta-disciplinary considerations of the socio-cultural conditions of art, philosophy of art and aesthetics, integrative art history, and moral evaluation of artworks. The course concludes in the application of these approaches to a micro-history of early twentieth modernist and avantgardist art movements.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2612 >= C or ART312 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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  •  

    ART 3900 - Studio Printmaking Lab



    Printmaking Studio Lab is designed to provide studio lab access for students who have taken the beginning printmaking course and need continued access to the lab to pursue upper-level research. Prerequisite(s): Permission must be granted by printmaking professor overseeing the studio lab to be used.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 0
    Lecture Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 98

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3901 - Studio Photography Lab



    Photography Studio Lab is designed to provide studio lab access for students who have taken the beginning photography course and need continued access to the lab to pursue upper-level research. Prerequisite(s): Permission must be granted by photography professor overseeing the studio lab to be used.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 0
    Lecture Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 98

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 3950 - Art Museum Studies: Curatorship and Education



    This survey introduces students to the practice of curatorship and informal education within an art museum setting. The course explores exhibition and collection development and care, various methods to interpret art works, public programming, publication, and evaluation. Classes will take place at the Augusta State University campus, the Morris Museum of Art, and pre-determined museums within Augusta. A schedule will be provided at the beginning of the course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2611 >= C or ART2612 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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  •  

    ART 3960 - Art Museum Studies: The Business of Museums



    This survey introduces students to the business of museums. The course includes discussions regarding the history, definitions, and philosophical nature of museums. Students will explore collection mangement practices, ethics, nonprofit administration, mission statements, and the role and responsibilities of museums within society. Classes will take place at the Augusta State University campus, the Morris Museum of Art, and pre-determined museums within Augusta. A schedule will be provided at the beginning of the course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART2611 >= C or ART2612 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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  •  

    ART 4214 - Drawing IV



    Continuation of the Drawing course sequence with emphasis on advanced problems. Life models, nudes and occasionally costumed, may be used and if so are a required part of the course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3213 >= C or ART331 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 4223 - Painting III



    In this course, students learn more advance methods related to painting. Students are encouraged to use their current skills and knowledge of painting as a stepping-stone for continued exploration. Historical and contemporary painters/issues are examined for reference. Engaging in regular discussion and critiques, students develop a higher level of awareness, skill, etc.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3222 >= C or ART341 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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  •  

    ART 4224 - Painting IV



    Students gain greater independence and develop more complex imagery in their painting projects. Using a range of applications and compositional approaches, students develop a more personal sense of creative expression. Group and individual critiques continue as an integral part of student development. Emphasis is placed on contemporary art and criticism.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART4223 >= C or ART442 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 4225 - Painting V



    Students become more professionally directed as they complete their body of undergraduate work. Discussions emphasize exhibitions, graduate programs and documentation of work.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART4224 >= C or ART443 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 4261 - Printmaking II



    The range of visual possibilities for printmaking is vast, providing endless opportunities for artists. Students expand their knowledge of fundamental printmaking methods by learning additional techniques such as intaglio and planographic.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (ART3251 >= C or ART363 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 4262 - Printmaking III



    With a general understanding of print media, students work towards building personalized portfolios. Attention is focused on developing a personal aesthetic and artistic vision through individualized exploration and discovery. Students continue to use matrices and various print methods to produce a body of work that develops a personal vision.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3251 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    ART 4263 - Printmaking IV



    Students work toward a senior exhibition or the equivalent through highly self-directed, proposal-based projects. Students continue to investigate print media and concepts by designing projects that purposefully explore and discover methods in producing work suitable for exhibition.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: ART3251 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Fee Detail Code Description
    Studio Art Class Fee
    Fee Amount
    100
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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