GENERAL EDUCATION

Business Management
AS250 Fall 3/3/45
An introduction to skills necessary for managing a business office: including finding jobs and clients, collection and management of information and services, management of projects, presentations, large and small contracts, ect., as well as general business practices in a corporate or private firm office.

Business Practices
AS250 Fall 2/2/30
An introduction to business and legal tools needed to succeed as a professional artist, designer or photographer. The course material includes information relative to running a business (e.g. marketing plans, publicity, budgeting) as well as the legal basics necessary to conduct an art business (e.g. copyright, contract, taxes).

Developmental Learning
AS098 No credit
A course to provide students study skills to help them succeed in academic classes. Tutorial support by referral; personal request for scheduled appointments, and walk-in basis.

Effective Speaking
AS367 Fall/Spring 3/3/45
A communication course designed to build confidence in speech, develop skill in preparation and organization, and utilize proper technique in delivery. Informative and persuasive presentations are emphasized together with attention to visual aids.

English I
AS101 Fall 3/3/45
A course in the articulation of ideas through the development of basic writing skills. Students are introduced to models of correct rhetorical usage and to application of the principles of the formal essay.

English II
AS102 Spring 3/3/45
In this course students will be introduced to various aspects of literary form. The short story, poetry, and drama are examined with attention to techniques and development of the three genres. ··Prerequisite: AS101

General Psychology
AS210 Spring 3/3/45
A survey of psychology as behavioral science, including its scientific origins: human development, learning, memory and thinking, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, and social psychology.

History of Asian Art
AH430 Spring 3/3/45
This course surveys the Arts of China, Japan, Korea, and India, beginning with Neolithic and Pre-Shang China through early 20th C. Asia, also briefly Contemporary art. Emphasis will be on the role of religion, namely Buddhism and Hinduism, and prevailing political and social dynamics. Asian Art, being influential for 20th C. European artists, continues to play a significant role on today’s Western society. 21st C. China is rising as a major economic force, perhaps rivaling the U.S. Learning the Arts of Asia enables us to destroy archaic notions that Asia is one unified culture, less significant from the rest of the world, narrowing the gap between the eastern and western world.

History of Contemporary Art
AH406 Spring 3/3/45
Beginning with 1945, the course explores art movements against the background of world change with respect to social and technological
points of view.

History of Modern Art
AH305 Fall 3/3/45
Beginning with Jacques Louis David and the early 19th-century French movements, the history of Western art up to 1945 is discussed. The course focuses on social and technological changes and how changing points of view influenced art styles and concepts.

History of Western Art I
AH105 Fall 3/3/45
A survey of the painting, sculpture, and architecture of the western world from Prehistory through the Medieval period. This course concentrates on a close, formal investigation of aesthetic and technical development in relation to the social, political, and cultural growth of western civilization.

History of Western Art II
AH106 Spring 3/3/45
A survey of the painting, sculpture, and architecture of the western world from the Renaissance through the Modern Period. This course concentrates on a close, formal investigation of aesthetic and technical developments as they relate to the social, political, and cultural growth of western civilization.

Introduction to Biology
AS355 3/3/45
A study of biology principles-cellular and tissue morphology, energy production and utilization, genetics, reproduction, as well as evolution and ecology. A non-laboratory course.

Introduction to Philosophy
AS205 3/3/45
A survey of the meaning and the function of philosphy including its integrating and interpretive character in such fields as art, history, politics, religion, and science. Identification of basic issues and major types of philosophy and their sources in experience, history, and classic philosophies.

Introduction to Physical Science
AS356 3/3/45
A survey of the physical world as postulated in contemporary scientific thought, including the following topics: emotion and energy, basic ideas of electricity, phenomena of light and radiation, chemical reaction and the structure of matter, the microworld of atoms and molecules, atomic energy and its implications, and the extent and structure of the stellar universe. A non-laboratory course

Introduction to Sociology
AS340 3/3/45
An introduction to the major concepts and methods of sociology. Investigation of the development and functioning of social groups and institutions in conjunction with their impact on individuals in society.

Man and the Environment
AS258 Spring 3/3/45
An introduction to basic principles of ecology, emphasizing the study of ecosystems which are influenced by human presence, activity, and technology. A non-laboratory course.

Mathematical Ideas
AS231 Fall 3/3/45
A review of mathematics with the following topics: algebra, whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio, proportion and integer exponents, square roots, graphing, and and linear equations.

Western Civilization I
AS321 Fall 3/3/45
A survey of cultures that have contributed importantly to the development of Western thought & institutions from prehistoric times through the evolution of ancient civilizations and medieval Europe to the formation of contemporary nations. Examination of major economic, political, & intellectual forces for their influence upon contemporary society.

Western Civilization II
AS322 Spring 3/3/45
A survey of the development of western civilization from the Age of the Reformation to the present; examination of religious, political, and social-economic forces together with dominant philosophies, intellectual movements, and personalities that have shaped contemporary western society.

World Civilization
AS310 Fall 3/3/45
An examination of the rise of Human Civilization from the development of Agriculture in the Cradles of Civilization: Mesopotamia, India, China, and Egypt to the emergence of the modern world c. 1500.

COMPUTER COURSES

Advanced Computer Graphics
CG260 Fall 2/3/45

This course expands the fundamental technical and organizational skills taught in Introduction To Computer and adds to those basic techniques, more advanced skills that are applied to assorted digital projects.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG260 & CG370.

Computer Drawing
CG371 Spring 2/3/45
This course is presented on the Macintosh platform and is a hands-on course. Students must have some level of computer experience to enter this class. The ability to draw is also very helpful. Assignments will deal with the operations of the program, and some scanning will be introduced. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG360

Computer Page Layout
CG380 Fall 2/3/45
This is a hands-on course on the Macintosh platform. Students must have some level of computer experience to enter this class. Valuable design and production aspects of QuarkXpress and InDesign are learned in detail. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG360

Digital Imaging Portfolio
PH462 Spring 3/5/75
This course will provide the student with the opportunity to work on a single theme of his or her own choosing, under the guidance of the instructor. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Digital Media I
PH251 Fall 2/3/45
This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of digital photography. It will include both digitized negatives and slides, and direct-capture using the digital camera. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisites: PH102 and CG260

Digital Media II
PH252 Spring 2/3/45
This course is a continuation of Digital Photography I and will increase the students level of comprehension and ability in the world of digital photography. Emphasis will be placed on the production of B+W Quadtone prints, Stochastic prints, and digital negatives. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH251

Digital Photography Book
PH461 Fall 3/5/75
The student will amplify and extend the expressive content of a body of photographs by incorporating words with these images and producing a small publication. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Digital Photography Methods
PH361 Fall 3/5/75
This course covers principles and techniques used in specialized fields of digital photography. These include photo restoration and the use of the latest techniques such as Quadtone and Hextone printing. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Introduction to AutoCAD
CG150 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
Introduction to CAD. Drafting of plans, elevations, sections, and furniture layout of simple ongoing residential design projects.
··Prerequisite: ID116 (conditional)

Introduction to Computer Animation
GD 392 Fall 2/3/45
This course is intended to introduce the advanced student to the basics of computer animation, especially as it relates to uses on the internet, and for interactive presentation applications. Using the best of the current software packages, animated and interactive web sites will be discussed and realized. Additionally, students will be exposed to some of the more complex aspects of current animation software. To take this class, students must either meet the prerequisites below, or prior to registration, demonstrate their abilities ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG260 & CG370

Introduction to Computer Graphics
CG160 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
This course acquaints students with the hardware and most useful software available for the Macintosh. The most current operation systems will be the basis of understanding how the computer works and why it is an invaluable tool for all artists and designers. ·Lab fee

Multi-Media Design
CG361 Fall 2/3/45
This course introduces students to computer techniques applicable to a variety of markets to which they may apply their computer skills. Students are introduced to Web Design, Animation, Electronic Presentations, Promotions and other areas that require expertise in “digital design”. Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG360

Painting on the Computer
CG370 Spring 2/3/45
A hands-on course used to create original artwork on the Macintosh. Programs such as Corel Procreate Painter, Adobe Illustrator CS5.5, and Adobe Photoshop CS5.5 will be introduced. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG360

Photo Digital Imaging
CG260 Spring 2/3/45
This course is presented on the Macintosh platform and is a hands-on course. Students must have some level of computer experience to enter this class. This program allows scanned images to be manipulated for photo retouching or graphic enhancement. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG360

Technical Drafting on CAD
CG151 Fall 2/3/45
The second in a series of CAD courses. Drafting of plans, elevations, sections, and furniture layout of simple ongoing residential design projects. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG150

Video Production
PH471 Fall 3/5/75
An opportunity for the student to obtain experience with the equipment and software application of basic video and multimedia techniques used to produce digital motion projects.·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Web Page Design I
CG381 Fall 2/3/45
For students familiar with computer graphics who want to gain access and familiarization with current web page design software, build their own site, and explore graphic and interactive possibilities of the medium. To take this class students must either meet the prerequisites below, or demonstrate their abilities in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG260 & CG370

Web Page Design II
CG389 Spring 2/3/45
A Web Design II explores advanced design elements, techniques and functionality when creating dynamic web sites. Prerequisite requirement: Web Page Design I. Students are required to have their own laptop and current software.

FOUNDATION

Color/Design
FO100 Spring 3/5/75
An exploration of the elements necessary to master the visual aspects of color and the two-dimensional picture plane. Dynamics of design and color are also studied for a better understanding of illusionary, abstract, and non-objective forms.

Drawing I
FO111 Fall/Spring 3/5/75
An introduction to the use and handling of basic drawing media. The emphasis is on linear solutions of solids in space and the building of self-confidence to communicate ideas through drawing.

Drawing II
FO112 Fall/Spring 3/5/75
A further introduction to drawing media and modes. The emphasis is on spatial illusion through the modeling of form on a two-dimensional surface. ··Prerequisite: FO111

Lettering
FO121 Spring 2/3/45
An introduction to basic letter forms, lettering characteristics, and alphabets. The course is aimed at strengthening the student's awareness of visual grace, rhythm, style, and proportion through an understanding of letter formation and type.

Painting I: Oil
FO131 Fall/Spring 3/5/75
Introduction to the use of values in painting to describe form, light and shadow, and depth on a two-dimensional surface.

Painting II: Oil
FO132 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
The representation of inanimate objects with oil paint. The course is aimed at training the student's ability to define colors and values of specific objects for the purpose of creating illusions of three dimensions. ··Prerequisite: FO131

Perspective
FO123 Fall 2/3/45
A study of linear spatial illusions as an exact science with particular reference to the needs of the artist.

Three-Dimensional Design
FO141 Spring 2/3/45
An introduction to the manipulation of simple solid materials (e.g., wire, string, paper, paperboard, etc.) to familiarize the student with solid forms in space and the representation of designed volumes in three dimensions. The purpose is to sharpen the student's skill in transferring form to a two-dimensional surface.

 

FINE ARTS

Advanced Color/Design
FA223 Spring 3/5/75
Continuation of Foundation Year color/design course concentrating on more complex problems of chemistry, psychology, symbolism, and interrelations of color to problems of communication encountered by the artist/designer. An advanced problem-solving course dealing with the visual nature of traditional composing and contemporary design imagery. ··Prerequisite: FO100

Advanced Intaglio Printing
FA423 Spring 3/5/75

This course is a continuation of printmaking. Technical and aesthetic considerations are explored within the processes of creating monotypes, drypoints, intaglios, photographic transfers and several additional printing techniques. ·Lab fee

Clay Figure Modeling
FA282 Spring 3/5/75
Practice in sculpting from human figures in clay. Poses will vary in length, and exploratory studies and sketches form the basis of the sculptural exploration. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FO141

Creative Processes I
FA383 Fall 3/5/75
A holistic approach to the artist's art-making process with varied exercises to recognize, nurture and encourage the potential of an idea into a work of art. Concept, idea, media based exercises and thematic development. ··Prerequisite: FA259

Creative Processes II
FA384 Spring 3/5/75
A continuation of the holistic approach to the artist's art-making process with varied exercises to recognize, nurture and encourage the potential of an idea into a work of art. Concept, idea, media based exercises and thematic development. ··Prerequisite: FA383

Drawing III
FA225 Fall 3/5/75
The exploration of various formulae for the creation of linear and tonal images utilizing graphite and other media. The concepts of expression are increased in complexity. ··Prerequisite: FO112

Fine Art Thesis I
FA487 Fall 3/5/75
The Fine Art Thesis Course are required for all Bachelor of Fine Art Degree and Fine Art Diploma Students. This course is to be taken in the senior year. The course will include: Portfolio Developement, Creation of a Thesis of a Body of Work, Solo and Group Exhibitions, Student Presentations, Faculty Advisory and Critique Panel, Guest Critics and Lecturers and Field Trips. ··Prerequisite: Painting III and Painting IV

Fine Art Thesis II
FA488 Spring 3/5/75
This course is the continuation of Fine Art Thesis I. ··Prerequisite: Painting III and Painting IV

Head Painting I
FA341 Fall 3/5/75
A fundamental course in painting the head and shoulders of the draped model. The course is designed to develop a controlled approach to portraiture. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FO132

Head Painting II
FA342 Spring 3/5/75
A study of flesh color of the head and shoulders under specific lighting conditions. This course is aimed at increasing knowledge and control of an extended color palette, increased technical options, and refinement of previously learned skills. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA341

Intaglio Printing
FA281 Fall 2/3/45

This course is an introduction to the materials and techniques of printmaking. Technical and aesthetic considerations are explored within the processes of creating monotypes, drypoints, intaglios, photographic transfers and several additional printing techniques. ·Lab fee

Landscape Painting
FA225 Fall 3/5/75
A course devoted to the detailed description, of natural forms and spaces.  Special attention is given to the rendering of surface textures and edges. Under-painting and over-painting procedures are carefully observed.

Life Drawing I
FA251 Fall 2/3/45
An introduction to the drawing of the nude figure. Emphasis will be placed on the anatomical structure of the human figure through careful study of bone and muscle construction. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FO112

Life Drawing II
FA252 Spring 2/3/45
Development of the visual presentation of the nude model. Emphasis is on the relationships of volume, proportion, and position in space. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA251

Life Drawing III
FA351 Fall 2/3/45
Drawing from the nude model stressing form and value. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA252

Life Drawing IV
FA352 Spring 2/3/45
Studies from the model using a variety of non-paint media and surfaces. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA351

Life Drawing V
FA451 Fall 2/3/45
Drawing the human figure with emphasis on producing a refined drawing. Special attention to drawing hands, feet, and the head. ·Lab fee. ··Prerequisite: FA352

Life Painting I
FA445 Fall 3/5/75
An introduction to the painting of the nude figure from the live model. The emphasis is on the problem-solving nature of the drawing translated into color and defined with paint. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA252

Life Painting II
FA446 Spring 3/5/75
The painting of the undraped figure stressing color values and drawing relationships. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA445

Painting: Still Life
FA258 Fall 3/5/75
The study of varied inanimate objects using oil paints. Development of dynamic composition, color relationships and media techniques in rendering of objects of different textures, surfaces, finishes and scale.
··Prerequisite FO132

Painting III: Trompe L'Oeil
FA259 Fall 3/5/75
The creation of the trompe l’oeil, the complete illusion of inanimate objects in space — the mastery in oils of the total visual impression of three-dimensions on a two-dimensional surface. ··Prerequisite: FO132

Painting IV: Oil
FA260 Spring 3/5/75
A course in painting which allows the student to explore abstract art and individual creative solutions to imagery and perceptions. ··Prerequisite: FA259

Painting IV: Abstract
FA260 Fall 3/5/75
Painting in a variety of media with emphasis upon the process and experience of producing images in abstract and non-objective modes in the spirit of our time. ··Prerequisite: FA259

Painting V: Experimental
FA360 Spring 3/5/75
Painting in traditional, contemporary, and mixed media with the aim of exploring and developing a personal point of view in art through guided experimentation. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA260

Painting on Location
FA390 Spring/Summer 2/3/45
Introduction to the principles and techniques of outdoor landscape painting. Emphasis on observation, nature's palette, and how to design and simplify landscape elements at many inspiring sites in the region. Alla prima and underpainting methods will be practiced.

Painting: Watermedia I
FA273 Fall/Spring 3/5/75
A course devoted to the expression of light and space through a variety of water-based media. A prime course objective is experimentation and spontaneity aimed at enlarging the student's visual vocabulary.

Painting: Watermedia II
FA473 Spring 3/5/75
A n advanced continuation course devoted to the expression of light and space through a variety of water-based media. The course will further push the student in experimentation and spontaneity aimed at enlarging the student’s visual vocabulary. ··Prerequisite: FA273 and approval of the Department Head.

Portrait Painting I
FA477 Fall 3/5/75
A course designed for the advanced student who intends to pursue the art of portrait painting as a profession. The emphasis is on characterization of the model within a selective and related environment. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA341

Portrait Painting II
FA478 Spring 3/5/75
A continuation of Portrait Painting I, FA477. This course is designed for the advanced student who intends to pursue the art of portrait painting as the characterization of the model within a selective and related environment. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA477

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Advertising Design I
GD201 Fall 2/3/45
Introduction to designing and production of advertisements and advertising materials. Typography, layout, rendering, and mechanical preparation are studied.

Advertising Design II
GD202 Spring 2/3/45
Further study in the development and design of advertising materials as applied to television; to folders, brochures, mailing pieces; and to point-of-purchase materials. ··Prerequisite: GD201

Advertising Design III
GD301 Fall 2/3/45
A course in the preparation of finished art for client presentation. Create advertising layouts for print and digital media. Introduction to template based website design with an emphasis on the navigation and organization of information. ·Prerequisite: GD202

Advertising Design IV
GD302 Spring 2/3/45
A course involving the mechanics and production technology of print and television media as they apply to advertising. Learn to supplement print campaigns with the use of basic animation skills.
··Prerequisite: GD301

Advertising Portfolio I
GD403 Fall 2/3/45
A course dealing with solutions to a single advertising theme – the campaign covering TV, newspapers, billboards, brochures, three-dimensional designs and mobile technologies, and the development of professional digital portfolios. Consideration of advertising employment opportunities and requirements. ··Prerequisite: 3rd, yr. Graphic Design program

Advertising Portfolio II
GD404 Spring 2/3/45
A continuation of GD403 and the completion of the advertising campaign. The presentation of the finished art is evaluated as a campaign project for inclusion in the student’s portfolio including printed and digital branding elements. ··Prerequisite: GD403

Art Direction I
GD411 Fall 3/4/60
The Macintosh format introduces students to realistic job situations in which the art director as communicator and thinker is stressed. Product and people-orientation advertising are emphasized. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: 3rd, yr.Graphic Design program

Art Direction II
GD412 Spring 3/4/60
A continuation of GD411 with the Macintosh format helping to place emphasis on preparing the student for entry-level positions leading to required skills and responsibilities of an art director. Model hiring, type specifying, and illustrator hiring are explored.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: GD411

Concept Rendering
GD224 Spring 2/3/45
The use of felt markers for the presentation of layouts and rough visuals.

Graphic Design I
GD240 Fall 2/3/45
A study of corporate-images support through graphic design. The development of a consistent visual format throughout the corporate material. Logos, ads, brochures, collateral materials, etc. will be explained and examined. ··Prerequisite: Foundation Year

Graphic Design II
GD241 Spring 2/3/45
A further study and more intensive study of corporate-image support graphic design including conceptualization, paper stock, printing, embossing, and die cutting. Lectures and assignments on media, strategy, promotion, and marketing of corporate image.
··Prerequisite: GD240

Graphic Design III
GD340 Fall 2/3/45
Working with clients and responding to their advertising needs are major elements of art direction. Through lectures and critiques, this course examines the psychological aspects of graphic design as they apply to the advertising needs of the clients. ··Prerequisite: GD241

Graphic Design IV
GD341 Spring 2/3/45
Designs and concepts as they apply to the consumer are emphasized. The projects developed for the course are more complex with respect to the psychological impact of the imagery upon the mass market. ··Prerequisite: GD340

Graphic Production
GD233 Fall 3/5/75
The first in a series of courses dealing with an understanding of major aspects of printing processes.

Graphic Production for Photographers
GD250 Fall 2/3/45
The intent of this course is to acclimate the photo students to the digital photography platform.

News Letter
GD437 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
This course will teach and implement design production and orginization skills needed to produce the student’s paper, the Paierspective, and are applicable to the production of imformational publications such as newsletters, reports, and other marketing collateral.

Introduction to Computer Graphics
CG360 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
This course acquaints students with the hardware and most useful software available for the Macintosh. The most current operation systems will be the basis of understanding how the computer works and why it is an invaluable tool for all artists and designers. ·Lab fee

Intro to Self-Promotion
GD342 Fall/Spring 1/1/15
This course will acquaint students with ways of self-promoting their artistic skills and services through various marketing and public relations strategies.

Package Design: Materials
GD317 Fall 2/3/45
An exploration of materials used in commercial three-dimensional graphics (e.g., packaging, sign-age, point-of-purchase display, and corporate-identity programs). ··Prerequisite: 2nd year Graphic Design program

Publication Design I
GD421 Fall 2/3/45
For the advanced student. The creative and mechanical requirements of magazine, news-paper, and in-house organization design and production. ··Prerequisite: 3rd year Graphic Design program

Publication Design II
GD422 Spring 2/3/45
For the advanced student. Problems in redesign of existing publications. ··Prerequisite: GD421

Typography
GD229 Fall 2/3/45
A study of the various faces of type and their designers. Methods of specifying type and character counting are discussed in detail.

Web Page Design I
CG381 Fall 2/3/45
For students familiar with computer graphics who want to gain access and familiarization with current web page design software, build their own site, and explore graphic and interactive possibilities of the medium. To take this class students must either meet the prerquisites below, or demonstrate their abilities in Adobe Illustraturator and Photoshop.·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: CG260 &CG370

Web Page Design II
CG389 Spring 2/3/45
A Web Design II explores advanced design elements, techniques and functionality when creating dynamic web sites. Prerequisite requirement: Web Page Design I. Students are required to have their own laptop and current software.

ILLUSTRATION

Art of the Cartoon
IL244 Spring 2/3/45
An introduction to modern cartooning as seen through the demands made by art agencies, studios, and editors. The course acquaints the student with major techniques and materials in the areas of comics, editorial and sports cartooning, and lettering.

Book Illustration
IL307 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
Exploration of steps in the production of an illustrated book of any type. Assignments stress planning, limits encountered, and production of finished artwork for presentation. ··Prerequisite: IL208

Children's Book Design
IL403 Fall 2/3/45
The preparation of non-fiction picture books for young readers. The course deals with current aspects of juvenile publishing from concept through contract ··Prerequisite: IL208

Comic Book Storytelling
IL245 Spring 2/3/45
Development of characters with sequential storytelling. Emphasis is on building consistency in rendering techniques.

Drawing IV: The Clothed Figure
IL340 Fall 3/5/75
Practice in drawing from simply clothed figures in a variety of basic media, with emphasis on illustrational style and point of view. Although poses vary in length, exploratory studies and sketches form the basis for the course. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA225

Drawing V: The Clothed Figure
IL440 Fall 3/5/75
Continued practice in drawing the clothed figure with greater expectation of sophistication regarding media and illustration style, and stressing larger, more complex finished drawings. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL340

Experimental Artists Book
IL433 Fall 2/3/45
A course dealing with publications problems enabling students to explore various avenues of one's own self expression and to further develop tehniques to enhance their portfolio.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL424

Figure in Advertising I
IL327 Fall 2/3/45
Quick-action poses of the draped model in a variety of media aimed at specific needs of the advertising designer or illustrator. The focus is on expressive line. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FO112

Figure in Advertising II
IL328 Spring 2/3/45
Quick action poses of the draped model in a variety of media aimed at specific needs of the advertising designer or illustrator. The focus is on form, anatomy, and their effects on the drapery. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL327

Figure in Advertising III
IL427 Fall 2/3/45
Advanced studies of the draped model in a variety of media. The emphasis is on the figure in an environment and as a design. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL328

Illustration I
IL207 Fall 2/3/45
An introduction to illustration: advertising, editorial, book, and institutional. The emphasis is on the role of the freelance illustrator: artist-client relationships, portfolio preparation, portfolio presentation, the artist's representative, contractual arrangements, and other pertinent business matters. ··Prerequisite: Foundation program

Illustration II
IL208 Spring 2/3/45
A further in-depth study of the work of the free-lance illustrator. The student is confronted with assignments based upon working manuscripts or copy requiring fresh approaches. ··Prerequisite: IL207

Illustrations Methods I
IL325 Fall 2/3/45
Introduction and intermediate procedures of drawing, composition, and use of photography as practiced in contemporary illustration. Models will be used. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL207

Illustration Methods II
IL326 Spring 2/3/45
Advanced procedures in drawing, composing, and use of photography in preparing illustrations. Models will be used. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL325

Illustrator's Portfolio I
IL429 Fall 3/4/60
The preparation of finished samples for presentation to art agents and art directors. Samples are produced in the student's special interest areas. Procedures and interviews are held in a simulated professional environment.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL326

Illustrator's Portfolio II
IL430 Spring 3/4/60
A continuation of IL429 with an emphasis on procedures for establishing working relationships within the commercial art market. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL429

Illustration for Publications
IL433 Fall 2/3/45
A course dealing with publication problems exclusive of cover art. The student must respond with comprehensive presentations coordinating type, illustration, and layout according to the needs of the publication. Actual copy and design specifications are used.
··Prerequisite: IL424

Painting IV: The Clothed Figure
IL341 Spring 3/5/75
Practice in painting from the clothed figure in oil paints, with emphasis on illustrational style and point of view. Short poses leading to quick studies and color sketches form the basis for the course. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: FA260

Painting V: The Clothed Figure
IL441 Spring 3/5/75
Continues practice in painting the clothed figure with more time spent on larger, more complex subjects. Continued use of oil paint, with the addition of watermedia, acrylic, and other media of the student's choice in illustration applications. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: IL341

Studio Explorations I
IL483 Fall 3/5/75
Exploration of varied media, traditional and nontraditional. Development of a variety of art-making approaches, including scale-shifting, installation, conceptual, performance, group, and theme. ··Prerequisite: FA259

Studio Explorations II
IL484 Spring 3/5/75
A continued exploration of varied media, traditional and nontraditional. Development of a variety of art-making approaches, including scale-shifting, installation, conceptual, performance, group, and theme. ··Prerequisite: IL483

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study
IS201 Fall/Spring 1-3 SH/3-9CH
An opportunity to participate in planned learning experiences which are extensions of regular course offerings. Students develop learning contracts with faculty members which specify objectives, assignments, and course credit(s). ··Prerequisite: signed permission of the faculty member in the study area, the Division Director, and the Dean of the College.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Additions, Renovations, and Re-Use
ID225 Spring 2/3/45
Studio extension of ID 217. Emphasis is on architectural and critical design philosophies. The inter-action of space & time, light and structure, cavity & shell, proportion and materials, are explored. Emphasis on sketching, questioning, and revising.
··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st.-year Interior Design studio

Advanced Contract Design
ID442 Fall 4/6/90
Fourth year design studio. Ambitious and complex contract design projects are chosen to reflect the realities, constraints, and opportunities facing the professional interior designer. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 3rd.-year Interior Design studio

Construction I
ID245 Spring 2/3/45
Studio lecture and field trips. Introduction to basic structural concepts and terminology, wood frame, mechanical and electrical systems, and how they affect the design of the interior. Emphasis is on residential technology and scale. Course is intended to help students enrolled in ID 216 Residential Design and can also be taken independently. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st.-year Interior Design studio

Construction II
ID344 Fall 2/3/45
Studio and lecture. An introduction to steel and concrete construction and terminology, construction sequence. Fire-proofing, fire-rating, building classification, elevators, mechanical rooms, shafts and plenum, typical floor, wall and ceiling finishes, fixtures and hardware. Field trips. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Furniture Design and Theory
ID368 Fall 2/3/45
Lectures and field trips provide an introduction to furniture, proper terminology, & history. Practical application to Interior Design field is emphasized.

History of Interiors I
ID277 Fall 3/3/45
Lecture and studio. Historical and contemporary, single, central spaces are discussed and sketched. Emphasis is conceptual. Programs, function, culture, & history are related to architectural and interior design solutions. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st-year
Interior Design studio

History of Interiors II
ID426 Spring 3/3/45
Lecture & studio. Historical and contemporary planning philosophies, sequence of spaces, & circulation as form are discussed and sketched. Some model making. Programs, function, culture & history are related to architectural & ID solutions. ··Prerequisite: one semester of
1st-year Interior Design studio

Hospitality and Retail Design
ID418 Spring 2/3/45
Third year design studio. Store, restaurant, or institutional space planning projects. Emphasis is on appropriateness and atmosphere, lighting, color, and materials. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Interior Design Business
ID450 Spring 3/3/45
Finding jobs and clients, collection and management of information and sources, management of a project, presentations, etc., as well as general business practices are introduced in this highly structured course. Access to computers for demonstrations. Guest speakers.

Interior Design Concept Presentation
ID117 Spring 2/3/45
A continuation of drafting practice techniques of ID 116. This course can also serve as an introductory course. To be taken in conjunction with ID 274 and ID 121 as part of the three-course Spring semester interior design studio or independently as a technical course.

Interior Design Drafting
ID116 Fall 2/3/45
Basic architectural drafting techniques are gradually introduced and are applied to the three, fall semester interior design projects. This course is to be taken in conjunction with ID 273 and ID 120 as part of the three-course design studio, or independently as a technical course.

Interior Design Drawing
ID111 Fall 2/3/45
An introduction to the use and handling of basic drawing media. Emphasis is on linear solutions of solids in space and the building of self-confidence to communicate ideas through drawing.

Interior Design Field Tripss
ID246 Summer 2/3/45
Field trips to selected construction sites, including a mix of residential, commercial, & institutional projects. Repeat visits as required to observe various construction & installation phases. Grading based on attendance, participation and notebooks.

Interior Design Perspective
ID273 Fall 2/3/45
Students are shown two hard-line, simple and practical perspective methods to be applied to the three-course interior design studio projects. Emphasis is on scale and linear precision. This course is to be taken in conjunction with ID 116 and ID 120 as part of the design studio or independently as a technical course.

Interior Design Rendering
ID274 Spring 2/3/45
Practice of hard-line perspective methods with emphasis on color, light, and texture. Perspective renderings are applied to the three-course Spring semester interior design studio projects. This course is to be taken in conjunction with ID 121 & ID 117 or independently as a technical course.

Interior Design Study Models
ID228 Fall 2/3/45
An extension of ID 216, residential design studio projects. Quick study models to explore and test design solutions. Model making materials will vary according to design problem. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st-year Interior Design studio

Introduction to AutoCAD
CG150 Fall/Spring 2/3/45
Introduction to CAD. Drafting of plans, elevations, sections, and furniture layout of simple ongoing residential design projects. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: ID116 (conditional)

Introduction to Contract Design
ID417 Fall 2/3/45
Third year interior design studio. Space planning. Projects acquaint the student with the corporate world: lobbies, receptions, work stations, conference rooms. Emphasis is on organization, efficiency and circulation. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Introduction to Form and Space
ID120 Fall 2/3/45
Conceptual leg of the three-course fall semester first year interior design studio. Freehand sketching, discussion, 3-D models and written description of design solutions. Critical and creative approaches are introduced. To be taken with ID 273 and ID 116. Fall semester design problems emphasize invention and imagination.

Introduction to Interior Design
ID121 Spring 2/3/45
Conceptual leg of the three-course Spring semester interior design studio. Free-hand sketching, discussion, 3-D models, & written description of design solutions. Critical & creative approaches are developed. To be taken with ID 274 & ID 117. The Spring semester's design problems emphasize observation, analysis, and design development. ··Prerequisite: ID216 or ID217

Introduction to Ornament
ID475 Spring 3/3/45
Lecture and studio. Through sketching, hard-line drawing, and research, students discover the dominant historic ornamental motifs and concepts of major civilizations. Terminology, functions, and symbolism will also be explored. Examples will range from folk art to high art to derivative imitations, applications, and appropriations. Discrimination and connoisseurship are encouraged. ··Prerequisite: ID216 or ID217

Kitchen and Bath I
ID444 Fall 2/3/45
A close examination of the technical, practical and economic realities of kitchen and bath design. Includes clients' concerns, installation problems, and new developments in appliances and materials. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Kitchen and Bath II
ID445 Spring 2/3/45
A more advanced development of ID 444. In-depth study of period elements in kitchen design. Course includes an advanced kitchen project and an intermediate bath project. Field trips provide exposure to elements introduced in these K&B courses. ··Prerequisite: ID444

Lighting & Mechanical Systems
ID381 Fall 2/3/45
Lecture and studio extension of ID 323. A technical study of lighting and mechanical systems, introduction to illumination, computation, fixtures, controls and lamp types. Introduction to fuels, heating systems, heat loss, ventilation and air-conditioning. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Materials I
ID230 Spring 3/3/45
Lecture and field trips. General introduction to basic construction and finish materials and appropriate terminology and specifications for interior design. Special attention is given to the responsibilities of the interior designer: aesthetics, safety and code, ““green”” products.

Materials II
ID331 Spring 2/3/45
A studio extension of ID 442. Materials installation, fabrication, and detailing are explored to contribute to ID 442 presentations. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 3rd-year Interior Design studio

Model Making of Interiors
ID229 Spring 2/3/45
Studio extension of ID 217. Each of the three design projects of the semester is explored through finished models including indications of materials, casework, and built-ins. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st.-year Interior Design studio

Presentation Techniques
ID495 Spring 3/5/75
An extension of ID 443. The purpose of this course is to raise student presentations to professional levels and provide students with a high quality portfolio. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st-year Interior Design studio

Residential Design
ID216 Fall 2/3/45
Second year design studio. Renovations or creations of single spaces in existing conditions. Sketching, drafting, and rendering of completed solutions including materials. Three projects per semester. Residential projects include living spaces, working spaces, kitchen, bath, & vertical circulation. Introduction to lighting and construction methods. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st-year Interior Design studio

Residential Planning
ID217 Spring 2/3/45
Second year Spring semester design studio. Residential additions. Sequence of spaces, programming, circulation, and lighting. Sketching, drafting, rendering of completed solutions including materials. 3 projects per semester. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 1st-year Interior Design studio

Senior Projects
ID443 Spring 4/6/90
Fourth year studio. These final projects are selected to provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate problem solving abilities and professional competence in general. Emphasis is on personality and originality. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 3rd-year Interior Design studio

Special Problems in Architecture
ID324 Spring 2/3/45
Studio extension of ID 418. Emphasis is on learning to take advantage of unusual, limiting, or difficult existing conditions in the architectural context of interior design problems. All graphic work is to be included in ID 418 presentations. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

Technical Drafting on CAD
CG151 Fall 2/3/45
The second in a series of CAD courses. Drafting of plans, elevations, sections, and furniture layout of simple ongoing residential design projects. ··Prerequisite: CG150

Textile Selection
ID430 Fall 3/3/45
The same description as ID432 except only applied to floor, wall, and panels and partitions.

Textile Applications and History
ID432 Spring 2/3/45
Introduction to textile applications and textile history for the interior designer. Emphasis is placed on the proper selection of and yardage calculations for finished fabrics applied to upholstered goods, window, and bed and bath applications. The care of textiles and relevant product standards, safety legislation and "green" concerns are also covered. Field trips will introduce the student to the workroom environments and their crafts people.

The Corporate Building
ID 323 Fall 2/3/45
Lecture and studio extension of ID 417. Introduction to the architecture, codes, sociology and history of the typical workplace building. This course aims to familiarize students with the realities of, and provide a context for the corporate space planning projects of ID 417. ··Prerequisite: one semester of 2nd-year Interior Design studio

PHOTOGRAPHY

Advanced Digital Techniques
PH101 Fall 3/5/75
This course covers advanced tools and techniques of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom and Nik Software Silver Efex Pro. This course will be directed to meet the needs of portrait studios, commercial studios, industrial photography. Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Black and White Photography I
PH101 Fall 3/5/75
A course in the fundamentals of photography. Emphasis is on control and understanding of camera, film, paper and basic photographic processes including the making of negatives & prints.

Black and White Photography II
PH102 Spring 3/5/75
This course will investigate multiple printing techniques and chemical correction of the negative. Because it is a continuation of Black and White Photography I, this course will place emphasis upon the use of the zone system for exposure and development control. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH101

Black and White Photography III
PH441 Fall 3/5/75
A continuation and expansion of Black & White Photography II. This course will provide the student with the opportunity of increased involvement with photographic theories and techniques. ·Lab fee Prerequisite: PH202; PH219

Cinematography - DSLR
PH472 Spring 3/5/75
An introduction to the use of the DSLR camera for commercials and short broadcast-quality video productions. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH471

Color Photography I
PH111 Spring 3/5/75
An introduction to the use of color photography, with emphasis upon processing and printing color negatives. Also covered will be the use of filter packs and their exposure compensations. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH101

Color Photography II
PH211 Fall 3/5/75
A continuation of the skills and processes introduced in Color Photography I. Emphasis is placed upon materials. ·Lab fee
··Prerequisite: PH111

Contemporary Concepts
PH202 Fall 3/5/75
This course is designed to be an in-depth involvement with concept, and the proper relationship of form to a given concept. Thematic organization and visual sequencing are also emphasized. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH219

Digital Imaging Portfolio
PH462 Spring 3/5/75
This course will provide the student with the opportunity to work on a single theme of his or her own choosing, under the guidance of the instructor. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Digital Media I
PH251 Fall 2/3/45
This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of digital photography. It will include both digitized negatives and slides, and direct-capture ·Lab fee ··Prerequisites: PH102 and CG260

Digital Media II
PH252 Spring 2/3/45
This course is a continuation of Digital Photography I and will increase the students level of comprehension and ability in the world of digital photography. Emphasis will be placed on the production of B+W Quadtone prints, Stochastic prints, and digital negatives. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH251

Digital Photography Book
PH461 Fall 3/5/75
The student will amplify and extend the expressive content of a body of photographs by incorporating words with these images and producing a small publication.
·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Digital Image Management
PH255 Spring 3/4/60
This course helps the student to manage their digital photography. Using Adobe LightRoom, the student will have a platform to edit their photographs in a non-destructive manner. Also, showcase their work in print layout, slide shows, and web galleries. ·Lab fee.
··Prerequisite: PH102

Digital Photography Methods
PH361 Fall 3/5/75
This course covers principles and techniques used in specialized fields of digital photography. These include photo restoration and the use of the latest techniques such as Quadtone and Hextone printing. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252

Experimental Photography
PH362 Spring 3/5/75
This course is intended to demonstrate and exlore different experiments and methods utilizing photographic processes. This will be used as a plateform from which the student can depart from the obvious and create images that more strongly reflect their inner intensions and interpretations.

Historical Processes
PH247 Spring 3/5/75
This course designed to offer the student an in-depth look at the history and aesthetics which charted the course of the nineteenth-century photographer, as well as provide the student with an opportunity to experience, hands-on, the creative potential of the gum bichromate process and the elegance of the platinum print. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH211

Photo Basics I
PH190 Fall 3/5/75
This is a photography course designed for non-photography majors dedicated to the introduction to and understanding of basic photographic techniques. Students are encouraged to creatively explore personal themes and issues while learning the proper use of cameras. This course does not include darkroom instruction or Photoshop. Lab fee

Photo Basics II
PH191 Fall 3/5/75
This is a photography course designed for non-photography majors dedicated to the a more advanced understanding of basic photographic techniques. Students are encouraged to creatively explore personal themes and issues while learning the proper use of cameras. This course does not include darkroom instruction or Photoshop. Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH191

Photo Science
PH209 Fall 3/4/60
A course designed to refine the student’s laboratory techniques and to instill within the student a greater understanding of photographic chemicals and processes. ·Lab fee. ··Prerequisite: PH102

Photography Industry
PH465 Spring 2/3/45
This course covers aspects of creating a business with photography. Including, how to get started, preparing a business plan, identifying your needs, creating promotional materials, networking, and marketing. ·Lab fee

Photography for Interior Designers
PH103 Spring 2/3/45
This course helps the interior student better understand how photography can aid in their visual communication. Lighting and design skills are stressed and the over all practice of photography. ·Lab fee

Photojournalism
PH116 Fall 2/3/45
A beginning course in photojournalism which includes its history and a survey of current general markets. Also surveyed will be corporate communications and local and regional press. ·Lab fee

Photographer’s Portfolio
PH250 Spring 2/3/45
A lecture studio course in which final refinement of the student’s portfolio is the ultimate goal. In addition to class assignments, students will be expected to work on specially tailored individual photographic assignments under the guidance of the instructor. Emphasis will be placed upon elevating the student’s employment potential, facilitated by simulated professional portfolio presentations and interviews. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH211

Product Photography
PH121 Fall 3/5/75
This course will concentrate on the creation of high quality studio product photography, such as would be required in the world of corporate advertising or annual reports. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH122

Senior Degree Project
PH452 Spring 3/5/75
A final summation of the student’s photographic education; a production of a singular body of work which will incorporate techniques, themes, and/or concepts learned in all of the earlier courses. ·Lab fee Prerequisite: PH211; PH441

Studio Photography
PH422 Spring 2/3/45
The production of a professional quality, commercial portfolio; the production of a singular body of work incorporating techniques, themes and/or concepts learned in all of the earlier courses. ·Lab fee ·Prerequisite: Seniors only

Studio Portraiture
PH122 Spring 3/5/75
This course is designed as an introduction to the equipment and procedures of the professional photography studio, and will concentrate on the formal portrait. ·Lab fee

The View Camera
PH219 Spring 3/5/75
This is a hands-on course dealing with the techniques and capabilities of the large format camera, including architectural perspective and depth-of-field control. Emphasis will also be upon the concept of equivalence, as evidenced in the works of such masters as Weston, White, and Bullock. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH102

Video Production
PH471 Fall 3/5/75
An opportunity for the student to obtain experience with the equipment and software application of basic video and multimedia techniques used to produce digital motion projects. ·Lab fee ··Prerequisite: PH252