2022-2023 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
    
    Jan 29, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Course Catalog

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Art Intensive in Studio Arts

  
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    ARI 210 - Introduction to Studio Arts

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Introduction to different modes of creative thinking and expression, as well as critical methods to analyze and understand this work. Through studio exercises, readings, discussions, and visual projects, students will explore different media, materials, and ways of working.
  
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    ARI 221 - Ceramics Hand-building

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Introduces and familiarizes the student with basic methods of preparing and forming clay using pinch, coil and slab construction techniques. Includes basic methods of decorating, glazing and firing ceramic objects. Explores sculptural and functional art works.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 223 - Ceramics Wheel-throwing

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Introduction to the potter’s wheel as a tool for creating form and surface with clay. Introduction to contemporary and historical artworks that make use of the wheel.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 225 - Ceramics Slip-casting and Mold-making

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Introduction to 3D forms using mold-making and slip-casting techniques, art and industrial design histories in ceramics that make use of the casting method, glazing and other surface treatments of the slip-cast object.
  
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    ARI 227 - Ceramics and the Digital Image

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course will introduce students to experimental and investigative ceramic decal techniques and processes to increase skills and knowledge in the areas of ceramics and print.  Decals will be designed, found, appropriated, and assembled by students.  These will be printed with the 4-color CMYK decal printer and the HP laser printer. 
  
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    ARI 231 - Drawing I Observation

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    The focus of this course is to learn to see and allow the experience to develop into drawing.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 232 - Drawing through the Figure

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    The objectives of this drawing course are to perceive and understand the human figure in terms of proportion, structure, motion, surface and volumes.
    PREREQ: ARI 231
  
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    ARI 243 - Introduction to Jewelry and Metals

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Fundamental techniques and visual design problems as introduction to working with metal, cutting, soldering, forging, finishing, and other surface treatments.
  
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    ARI 244 - Casting

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Basic casting methods used by the studio jeweler and metalsmith. Includes wax modeling and lost wax, cuttlefish bone, and other casting methods.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 261 - Painting Studio I

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Figurative and nonfigurative painting in oils or acrylics as the basis for study of color and form. Materials and approaches.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 270 - Experience Credit

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s)
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 271 - Introduction to Print Media and Graphic Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Introduces students to the fundamentals and technical principles of a variety of printmaking methodologies. Students will explore traditional methods like lithography, relief, intaglio, and possibility for experimentation with more contemporary digital methods.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 280 - International Course

    School of Art
    1-12 credit(s) Irregularly
    Offered through SUAbroad by educational institution outside the United States. Student registers for the course at the foreign institution and is graded according to that institution’s practice. SUAbroad works with the S.U. academic department to assign the appropriate course level, title, and grade for the student’s transcript.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 281 - Sculpture Methods I: Materials, Processes & Forms

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Introduction to the basic techniques and concepts of the sculpture making process. The course will investigate the materials and methods that serve as the foundation for creating sculptural form including fabrication, carving, and casting techniques.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 282 - Sculpture Methods II: Contemporary Sculpture

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Introduction to contemporary sculpture. In this course students will explore the practical applications and intellectual processes, methods, and concepts that serve as the basis for creating contemporary sculpture.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 290 - Independent Study

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s)
    Exploration of a problem, or problems, in depth. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student. Admission by consent of supervising instructor(s) and the department.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 294 - Document as Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Crosslisted with: AIC 294
    Documentation as contemporary art making strategy; conceptual/contextual process, form, and issues.
  
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    ARI 300 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 301 - Third Year Studio I

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    First of a two-semester studio-based seminar that builds upon the First- and Second-Year studios. The course content guides students toward deeper self-knowledge and independence to proceed to Fourth Year Capstone.
    PREREQ: ARI 202
  
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    ARI 302 - Third Year Studio II

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Second of a two-semester studio-based seminar that builds upon the First and Second Year studios. The course content guides students toward deeper self-knowledge and independence to proceed to Fourth Year Capstone.
    PREREQ: ARI 301
  
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    ARI 320 - Intermediate Ceramics

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Building on skills and understanding of processes acquired in introductory ceramics classes, this Intermediate Ceramics class further develops and expands your skill set and knowledge necessary to begin formulating a personal studio practice in clay.
    PREREQ: ARI 221 OR ARI 223
  
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    ARI 321 - Ceramics Construction and Firing Techniques

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 621
    Open to all. Students may pursue their own artistic direction with ceramic medium. They may hand build, throw on the wheel, use slip casting techniques to create their art work, or do their own research with kilns and glazes. Additional work for graduate students. 
    Repeatable 4 time(s), 12 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 328 - Clay & Glaze Technology

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    Double Numbered with: ARI 628
    Introduction to ceramic raw materials, material safety, clay and glaze calculation, ceramic studio design, refractories and kiln design, and history of ceramics as it pertains to the advancement of ceramic technology.
    PREREQ: ARI 221  and ARI 223  
  
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    ARI 330 - Advanced Drawing

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Work from observation of volume and space and extend that into drawing invented forms and space. How light creates form, space and atmosphere, how light can create illusionistic worlds and things in that world.
    PREREQ: ARI 231 
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 331 - Eye Hand Body Mind through Drawing

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Integrate traditional and contemporary approaches, materials, and processes in drawing with mindfulness-based contemplative practices. Structured and open problems will challenge and enrich students¿ ability to perceive, create, and think with whole body-mind awareness.
  
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    ARI 332 - Drawing Off Paper

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Contemporary approaches to drawing. Introduce and encourage students to seek and consider ways of marking time, form, space, and image utilizing traditional and non-traditional materials and non-paper surfaces and spaces.
    PREREQ: ARI 231
  
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    ARI 333 - Drawing II:Representation to Conceptualization

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    This class builds on skills developed and explored in Drawing I:Observation.  Course problems will work from observation of volume and space and extend that into drawing invented forms and space. This course is also offered in Florence.
    PREREQ: ARI 231
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 334 - Narrative Drawing

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The creation of visuals that support visual storytelling, such as comics, graphic novels, comic strips and picture books.
  
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    ARI 341 - Narrative Jewelry and Metalwork

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Investigates how personal or public stories, fiction or nonfiction, may be transmitted through objects that are constructed of metal.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 345 - Stones and Stonesetting

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Introduction to gemology as it pertains to jewelry and metalsmithing. Intermediate and advanced level stone settings.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 346 - Surface Techniques and Processes

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Surface techniques and processes used to enhance objects made for human use and adornment. This course builds on the fabrication and casting techniques learned in the introductory level courses.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 347 - Color on Metal

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Jewelry and metalsmithing techniques and processes used to color the surface of non-ferrous metal objects.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 348 - Metal Forming

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Jewelry and object design and making, using metal forming techniques and processes. Objects may include vessel forms, containers and small sculptures.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 361 - Painting Studio II

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Continued studio development of ideas objects, self-critical attitude, and approach to painting.
    PREREQ: ARI 261
    Repeatable 3 time(s), 12 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 371 - Planographic Processes

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 671
    Focus in planographic (smooth matrix) printmaking methodologies. Planographic Processes: Lithography, Monoprint and Monotype. Printmaking history and its contemporary uses will be addressed in discussions, research assignments and a series of Visiting Artists. Additional work for graduate students.
  
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    ARI 373 - Digital Print Media

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 673
    Experiment with developing digital printmaking methodologies and their contemporary applications to fine-art modes of hand-printmaking. Course content will be addressed via hands-on research projects, discussions and a series of Visiting Artists. Additional work for graduate students. 
    PREREQ: ANY ARI OR ARL COURSE
  
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    ARI 374 - Screenprinting

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ARI 674
    Introduction to the fundamentals and advanced techniques of screenprinting. Students will create limited-edition screenprints using hand-drawn and digital methods. Additional work for graduate students. 
  
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    ARI 375 - Printmaking for Non-art Majors

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 675
    Introduction to the fundamentals and technical principles of printmaking methodologies. Explore traditional methods like copper etchings, hand-carved woodcuts, mono printing and a possibility for experimentation with other materials. Additional work for graduate students. 
  
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    ARI 381 - Advanced Sculpture

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    In this course, students will examine the theory and studio practice of contemporary sculpture through individual creative works.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 382 - Foundry: Casting and Moldmaking

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 682

    Hands-on introduction to moldmaking techniques used to cast metals and other materials for artistic or industrial purposes. Moldmaking processes include plaster molds, investment molds, sand molds, and silicone molds. Materials to be cast include aluminum, plaster, and experimental materials. Additional work for graduate students. 

  
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    ARI 383 - Wood and Mixed-Media Research

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course will focus on using wood and mixed media as art-making materials. Students will learn several woodworking techniques as well as the hand and power tools and machinery necessary to perform them.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 384 - Functional Sculpture

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Studio course to design and make highly original objects that interact in some way with human beings. To ensure that these objects have the utmost degree of visual and physical presence.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 385 - Installation Seminar

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Explores the theory and practice of Installation based art works. Students will learn the history of this contemporary art medium and explore its potential by creating installation art works.
  
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    ARI 386 - Digital Sculpture

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Exploration of the integration of digital processes into a sculptural workflow.  Use of a variety of methods to digitally form sculpture, including traditional 3D modeling, Photogrammetry (3D scanning with photographs), VR sculpting, and Appropriation.  Beyond these forms of digital creation (input), we will also explore forms of digital fabrication (output).
  
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    ARI 387 - Figure Sculpture

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 687

    Study and sculpt the human form using a variety of processes, techniques, and formats. Additional work for graduate students. 

  
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    ARI 391 - Concept/System/Action

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Make artwork that focuses on concepts, systems, and action. Learn about the history and context of this genre of artwork.
    Repeatable 3 time(s), 12 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 392 - Cosplay

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Odd academic yr e.g. 2007-8
    Crosslisted with: AIC 392
    Studio exploration of cosplay, the world-wide phenomenon in which people create and wear costumes of pop culture characters. Create your own cosplay costumes after learning cosplay construction techniques and principles, and participate in a cosplay contest. Also engage in some written and visual research on the subject.
  
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    ARI 393 - Introduction to Art & Society

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Relationship between art and society; process and socially based art making methods and issues.
  
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    ARI 394 - Collaborative Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Crosslisted with: AIC 394
    Students will create collaborative and conceptual art projects. The class will also investigate the cultural and theoretical background of collaborative, conceptual and performance art.
  
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    ARI 395 - Research as Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Crosslisted with: AIC 395
    Research as contemporary art making strategy; conceptual/contextual process, form, and issues.
  
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    ARI 400 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
  
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    ARI 420 - Advanced Ceramics

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    You will expand upon your ability to understand and handle clay as a medium for expression and exploration. Working in the kiln/clay/glaze lab, you will be challenged to make a stronger connection between material, process, and idea.
    PREREQ: ARI 320
    Repeatable 3 time(s), 12 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 440 - The Object in Jewelry & Metalwork

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Considerations such as individual identity, placement and display in a specific environment will be the focus of this jewelry and metals studio.
    PREREQ: ARI 348
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 441 - Experimental Wearables

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    This course is devoted to the experimentation and examination of unusual materials and their physical and non-physical attributes. Works will predominantly pertain to the human body and will be constructed with the intention of being worn.
  
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    ARI 445 - Jewelry Production

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The reproduction of jewelry and objects through systems, moldmaking, and outsourcing. A practice commission experience and discussion of pricing included.
    PREREQ: ARI 243
  
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    ARI 461 - Painting Studio III

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    Continued studio development of skills, objectives, ideas and approaches to painting. Independent work will be required.
    PREREQ: ARI 361
    Repeatable 3 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 467 - Experimental Advanced Drawing

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Historical awareness. Relation of drawing to major areas of study. Philosophical development in the use of personal imagery and techniques.
    PREREQ: Any 200- or 300-level ARI drawing class.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 470 - Experience Credit

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s)
    Participation in a discipline or subject related experience. Student must be evaluated by written or oral reports or an examination. Permission in advance with the consent of the department chairperson, instructor, and dean. Limited to those in good academic standing.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 471 - Advanced Print Media & Graphic Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Allows students full flexibility in printmaking techniques and content. Students develop their personal imagery based on well-conceived ideas, apply those ideas in the studio to produce technically and conceptually engaging work.
    PREREQ: ARI 372 or ARI 373 or ARI 374
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 475 - Book Arts

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ARI 675
    This hands-on course explores the artist book as method for creative expression. Understanding the book as a 4-D medium, students learn beginning and intermediate level binding methods including stab binding, drum leaf, pamphlet stitch, multiple signature, hard and soft cover design with the goal of creating limited edition books which contain written and visual content created by the individual.
  
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    ARI 490 - Independent Study

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s)
    Exploration of a problem, or problems, in depth. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student. Admission by consent of supervising instructor(s) and the department.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARI 495 - Archive as Art

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: AIC 495
    Double Numbered with: ARI 695
    Archive as contemporary art making strategy; conceptual/contextual process, form, and issues. Additional work for graduate level students.
  
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    ARI 497 - Art Practices: Capstone 1

    School of Art
    6 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Part 1 of a two-course sequence that supports and guides students in an independent project or body of work as the culmination of each student’s educational experience, intellectual interests, and artistic pursuits.
    PREREQ: ARI 302
  
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    ARI 498 - Art Practices: Capstone II

    School of Art
    6 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Focuses on refining and implementing professional practices through the completion of senior project, senior exhibition, and thesis. Prepares you with professional and creative skills to be a practicing artist in your discipline/field.
    PREREQ: ARI 497
  
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    ARI 500 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable 4 time(s), 30 credits maximum
  
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    ARI 563 - Painting: Art for Non-Majors

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    This course encourages students to develop ideas and objectives, to be self-critical, and experiment with approaches to and techniques in painting. Open to all levels. Additional work for graduate students.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum

Arts Lab

  
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    ARL 131 - Observational Drawing Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The focus of this course is to learn to see and allow the experience to develop into drawing.
  
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    ARL 133 - Drawing Nature Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The focus of this course is to develop drawing skills and processes through observing natural subjects.
  
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    ARL 134 - The Sketchbook Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The focus of this course is developing sketchbook skills for the exploration of ideas and observation of the world.
  
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    ARL 135 - Drawing a Sense of Place Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The focus of this course is to develop drawing skills to create a sense of space and place.
  
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    ARL 140 - Metalworking Workshop I

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Irregularly
    5-week technical workshops. Students learn basics of working with non-ferrous metal on a small scale. Each process will be demonstrated. Students produce samples demonstrating their ability to execute each process.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 150 - Woodshop Art Lab I

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Every semester
    Technical workshop. Students learn basics of woodworking including associated tools and equipment. Tools will be demonstrated. Students will construct a 2D and 3D projects using skills learned in class. Safe work practices emphasized.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 2 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 151 - Drawing Through the Figure Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The objectives of this drawing course are to perceive and understand the human figure in terms of proportion, structure, motion, surface, and volumes.
  
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    ARL 152 - Image-Making Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    A five-week, one-credit introductory art workshop on a topic that varies by section. These topics are driven by their focus on image-making.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 153 - Object-making Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    A five-week, one-credit introductory art workshop on a topic that varies by section. These topics are driven by their focus on object-making.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 154 - Concept/System/Action Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    A five-week, one-credit introductory art workshop on a topic that varies by section. These topics are driven by their focus on concepts, systems, or actions.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 164 - Color Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Students learn subtractive and additive models of color theory through applied studio arts practice.
  
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    ARL 191 - Introduction to Photoshop for Artists

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Learn introductory techniques in Adobe Photoshop as appropriate for artists. Explore and become comfortable with the Photoshop environment.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 192 - Introduction to Adobe Illustrator for Artists

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Learn introductory techniques in Adobe Illustrator as appropriate for artists. Explore and become comfortable with the Adobe Illustrator environment.
  
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    ARL 193 - Introduction to Adobe InDesign for Artists

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Learn introductory techniques in Adobe inDesign as appropriate for artists.  Explore and become comfortable with the Adobe InDesign environment.
  
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    ARL 200 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARL 231 - Eye Hand Body Mind: Drawing Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course will integrate traditional and contemporary approaches in drawing with mindfulness-based contemplative practices.
  
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    ARL 232 - Drawing off Paper Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course will introduce process-based approaches of marking time, form, space, and image utilizing traditional and non-traditional materials and non-paper surfaces.
  
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    ARL 240 - Metalworking Workshop II

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Irregularly
    5-week technical workshops. Students learn skills used for working non-ferrous metal on a small scale. Each process will be demonstrated. Students produce samples demonstrating their ability to execute each process.
    PREREQ: ARL 140
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 271 - Print Media & Graphic Art: Papermaking Workshop

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Hands-on workshop introduces the basics in techniques of papermaking including: eastern fibers, eastern sheet formation, western fibers, western sheet formation, using the Hollander beater, and the history of papermaking.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 272 - Print Media & Graphic Art: Letterpress

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Irregularly
    This hands-on workshop introduces the basics of letterpress printing. Students learn how to hand set metal and wood type and print on Vandercook press. Students create and print photopolymer plates.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 273 - Print Media & Graphic Art: Monotype/Monoprint

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Irregularly
    This hands-on workshop introduces the student to the basics in techniques of monotype and monoprint; including: reductive and additive monotype methodologies and monoprint printing and editioning.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 275 - Print Media & Graphic Art

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) Irregularly
    This 1 credit course is intended for the student who has taken at least one printmaking course and intends to continue working in that medium. By registering for this course, students receive the proper training to work independently and have access to the print studio during open-studio hours.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 276 - Steamroller Printing on the Quad

    School of Art
    1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Hands-on workshop introduces the student to the basics in techniques of black and white woodcut printmaking. Students will create a pop-up printshop and print large-scale blocks with a steamroller at a public art event.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ARL 300 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    ARL 400 - Selected Topics

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.

Art

  
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    AIC 102 - Arts in Context II

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This class will continue your introduction to the context of art-the history, meaning, social milieu, theories, and effects of art within the world at large.

Aerospace Studies

  
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    ASC 101 - Leadership Lab

    Syracuse University
    0 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Customs and courtesies; drill and ceremonies; issuing military commands; instructing, directing, and evaluating the preceding skills; studying the environment of an Air Force officer; and learning about areas of opportunity available to commissioned officers.
  
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    ASC 102 - Leadership Lab

    Syracuse University
    0 credit(s)
  
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    ASC 201 - Leadership Lab

    Syracuse University
    0 credit(s)
  
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    ASC 202 - Leadership Lab

    Syracuse University
    0 credit(s)
  
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    ASC 205 - National Security Organization

    Syracuse University
    0-1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: PST 275 
    Organization and administration of the U.S. national security forces, including strategic offensive, general purpose, and support-force components of the Department of Defense budget.
  
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    ASC 206 - National Security Organization/Aerospace Forces

    Syracuse University
    0-1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: PST 276 
    Organization and administration of the U.S. aerospace forces, including strategic defensive, general purpose, and support-force components of the Department of Defense budget.
  
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    ASC 295 - The Development of Air Power: First 50 Years

    Syracuse University
    0-1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: HST 295 
    Factors contributing to change in the nature of military conflict, the development of air power from its earliest beginnings, and the way air-power doctrine has evolved.
  
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    ASC 296 - The Development of Air Power: 1947 to the Present

    Syracuse University
    0-1 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: HST 296 
    The development of air power from the end of World War II to the present. How air power is used in support of both military and nonmilitary national objectives.
 

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