UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Art Major

BFA

Art History

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Art History
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Art History emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227
Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy
** ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Art History Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 308
History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Art History
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Art History emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227
Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy
** ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Art History Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 308
History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Ceramics

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Ceramics
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Ceramics emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
** ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Ceramics Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Ceramics emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Drawing

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Drawing
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Drawing Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Drawing emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Fibers

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Fibers
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Fibers emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Fibers Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Fibers emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Glass

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Glass
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Glass emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
** ART 229 Introduction to Glass
** ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Glass Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Glass emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Graphic Design

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Graphic Design
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 449 Graphic Design Practice
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Graphic Design emphasis course.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229 Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
** ART 241 Graphic Design I
** ART 242 Design Studio I
** ART 243 Typography I
ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Graphic Design Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Graphic Design emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 308 History of Design
** ART 341 Graphic Design II
** ART 342 Design Studio II
** ART 343 Typography II
ART 344 Advertising Design
ART 345 Information Graphics
ART 346 Package Design
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Painting

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Painting
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Painting emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
** ART 238 Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Painting Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Painting emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Photography

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Photography
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Photography emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
** ART 235 Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238 Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Photography Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Photography emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 238 Introduction to Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

 

Printmaking

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Printmaking
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Printmaking emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235 Introduction to Photography
** ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238 Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Printmaking Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Printmaking emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 238 Introduction to Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

 

 

Sculpture

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Sculpture
Degree Program (67 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

BFA Core Requirements (28 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 320 Drawing from the Figure
ART 485 Art Seminar
ART 486 Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Sculpture emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235 Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
** ART 237 Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238 Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Sculpture Emphasis Area (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
** Indicates required Sculpture emphasis course.
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
** ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Secondary Emphasis Area (6 credits)
Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 242
Design Studio I
ART 243
Typography I
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 238 Introduction to Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History

Supporting Courses (3 courses)
College level requirement. Credits not included in BFA program credit count. Choose from the recommended supporting courses listed below below or from any College of Arts and Sciences courses with consent from advisor.
ANTH 100
Introduction to Anthropology
CBE 370 International Study Tour for Business & Economics
COMS 207 Listening Skills
COMS 311 Persuasion
DANC 100 Dance Appreciation
DFT/FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
DFT 353 Mass Media & Popular Culture
ENGL 251 Advanced Composition
ENGL 262 Creative Writing
ENGL 266 Business Writing
ENGL 367 Technical Writing
ENGL 270 Visual Rhetoric: Document Design and Graphics
ENGL 277 Experience Ireland: Culture and Landscape
ENGL/FILM/WGST 300 Women, Film and Society
ENGL 374 Cyberliteracy and Writing on the Web
ENGL 387 Technical and Professional Editing
FILM 200 Introduction to Film Studies
FILM 310 Sociology Through Film
FILM 442 World Cinema (g)
GEOG 120 Human Geography
HIST 371 Study Tour Research
HIST 382 Culture and Civilization of Italy: History and Art
from Antiquity to Baroque (g)
JOUR 123 Editing for Print Media
JOUR 240 Introduction to Visual Communication
MARC 360 Advertising
MODL 376 Mexico: Cultural Experience (g)
PHY 350 Science and Art
PSYC 236 Developmental Psychology:
Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 336 Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
SOCI/ANTH 395 Belize Study Tour (g)
THEA 105 Introduction to Theatre & Drama
THEA 131 Design for the Theatre
THEA 227 World Puppetry (g)
THEA 339 American Theatre
UNIV 379 International Internship
WIS 310 Scotland: Heritage & Culture

Art

Art (BS)
Degree Program (57 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Required Supporting Course (3 credits)
University general requirement. Credits not included in BFA degree program credit count. Special section of ART 100 for art degree seeking students.
ART 100
Introduction to Visual Art (Section 6)

Core Requirements (24 credits)
ART 121
2D Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History
ART 213 Art Since 1945: Modern and Contemporary Art History
ART 485 Art Seminar

Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
Introduction to Painting
ART 241
Graphic Design I
ART 242 Design Studio I
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292
Introduction to Art Therapy

Upper Division Courses (15 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 308
History of Design
ART/PHIL 310
Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321
Gender and Art
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 330 Studio-Drawing
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 392
Pre-Columbian Art History
ART 486
Senior Exhibition (1 cr.)

Art Minor (24 credits)

All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Foundation Courses (9 credits)

Select at least 9 credits from the following:
ART 121 2D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Renaissance to Early Modern Art History

Introductory Courses (6 credits)

Select at least 6 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 225 Advertising Design I
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229 Introduction to Glass
ART 235 Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237 Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238 Introduction to Painting
* ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Upper Division Courses (9 credits)

Select at least 9 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
* ART 326 Studio-Fibers
* ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
* ART 329 Studio-Glass
* ART 335 Studio-Photography
* ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
* ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
* ART 338 Studio-Painting
* ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

Art Education

Art Education
Degree Program (58-59 credits, art portion of degree)
All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified.

Core Requirements (26-27 credits)
ART 121 Design Foundation
ART 122 3D Design Foundation
ART 131 Drawing I
ART 132 Drawing II
ART 211 Western Art to 1500
ART 212 Art History Since 1500
ART 485 Art Seminar

Addition Art History Course (2-3 Credits)
Select at least 2 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits. 
ART 308 History of Design
ART/PHIL 310 Philosophy and History of Visual Art
ART 321 Gender and Art
ART 392 Pre-Columbian Art History
ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)



Introductory Courses (18 credits)
Select at least 18 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits.
ART 225 Advertising Design I
ART 226 Introduction to Fibers
ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 229
 Introduction to Glass
ART 230 Cold Glass
ART 235
 Introduction to Photography
ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking
ART 237
 Introduction to Sculpture
ART 238
 Introduction to Painting
ART 241
 Graphic Design I 
Art 250 Child Art (2 cr.)
Art 251 Middle and Secondary Art (2 cr., spring only)
ART 289 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)
ART 291 Asian Art History
ART 292 Introduction to Art Therapy

Upper Division Courses (14 credits)
Select at least 15 credits from the following:
* Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits. 
ART 242 Design Studio I
ART 243
 Typography I 
ART 326 Studio-Fibers
ART 327 Studio-Ceramics
ART 329 Studio-Glass
ART 330 Studio-Drawing
ART 335 Studio-Photography
ART 336 Studio-Printmaking
ART 337 Studio-Sculpture
ART 338 Studio-Painting
ART 389 Special Topics (1-3 cr.)

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Required Teacher Education Courses
TED 120 Education and Technology
TED 212 Educational Psychology: Middle & Secondary Education
TED 252 Foundation of Multicultural Education 
SPED 330 Introduction to Special Education

NOTE: Must be accepted into Teacher Education to take following courses.

TED 420 School and Society 
TED 422 Secondary School and Content Area Reading 
TED 430 Techniques in Art 
TED 475 Student Teaching: K-12

Art Department

172 Kleinpell Fine Arts
715-425-3266
www.uwrf.edu/ART/


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