ART 490-114 INDEPENDENT STUDY Directed study in one or a combination of studio disciplines. Students furnish their own materials. May be repeated once under different subtitle, for a total of no more than six credits. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisites: ART 390, approval of the department chair prior to registration.
ART 129-152 INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOG Introductory level course designed to explore fundamentals of composition using digital photography and related support technology. Stresses the application of the elements of design and the principles of composition through tranditional photographic assignments and is appropriate for non-art majors, art minors, and art majors in all tracks except photography. Instruction includes use of a digital camera and basic image manipulation programs. Students must provide their own camera. Prerequisite: ART 121 for B.A. and B.F.A. Six hours per week. Meets General Education III (Prior to Fall 2008 met General Education IB).
ART 229-001 PHOTOGRAPHY I Introduction to basic elementary black and white photographic methods and darkroom procedures. Students furnish their own cameras, film, paper and developing tank. B.A. core. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130, 201; no prerequisites for non-majors. Six hours per week.
ART 420-001 PHOTOGRAPHY III Study of color photography using transparency (slide) film. Practical applications include film selection, exposure and use of color in composition. Discussions of various types of color films and processes and of the history of color. Students furnish their own cameras and most supplies. Prerequisite: ART 329. Six hours per week.