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Course Descriptions


ART  500  Cr.1 - 3

Perspective in Art II

Art studio and/or historical investigation within traditional and contemporary areas of art. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit — maximum 3.   Offered Occasionally.


ART  503  Cr.3

Methods in Art: Early Adolescence-Adolescence

This course is designed for future art teachers in art and design education from early adolescence to adolescence. The students will consider current practices and theory related to teaching visual art and design in middle school and high school learning environments. They will observe in local classrooms and will analyze effective instructions as they plan delivery systems for their future classrooms. Using the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards, they will plan curriculum including unit and lesson plans as well as effective assessment of student learning.   Offered Spring.


ART 413/513  Cr.1 - 3

Independent Study

Concentrated study in any area: art history, art metal, ceramics, design, drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture. Open to advanced students who have excellent records in selected areas. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Repeatable for credit — maximum 6 for majors, maximum of 4 for non-majors or minors. Slash course ART 413/513.   Offered Occasionally.


ART  615  Cr.1 - 3

Art Seminar

An in-depth investigation of a specific area of studio art, art history, or art education taught by an artist or instructor who has recognized mastery of knowledge, skill, or talent. Prerequisite: an undergraduate degree in visual arts or consent of the instructor.   Offered Occasionally.