Undergraduate Program

Degrees Offered

  • Bachelor of Arts in Art Education (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art History (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art Studio (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Studio (B.F.A.)

Major Study Requirements

The majors in Art Studio and Art History offered by the College of Fine Arts are described below.

Most of the requirements in these majors are set forth below. Note that in all programs general college and University requirements for graduation must also be satisfied.

Pre-professional Curriculum. The pre-professional curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts is designed for students who anticipate further study at the graduate level. Students enrolling in this program, should read carefully the paragraph on Scholastic Standards for the College of Fine Arts which permits the faculty to exclude from the program any student whose grade point average in his or her major field of study falls below 3.20. Art Studio courses and Art History courses are both part of the major field of study.

For all B.F.A. and B.A. Art Studio students, completion of ARTS 125 Art Practices I, and ARTS 126 Art Practices II (with grades of "C" or better) are required prior to their admission or readmission to the College of Fine Arts as a declared major. 

Students who wish to take Art Studio courses without the concentration and commitment that is implicit in this curriculum are advised to follow a program of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts with an Art Studio major (see below). Also, a number of Art Studio courses may be taken as part of the art education curriculum. The Department of Art advisor helps students select the program that best suits their needs.


Bachelor of Arts in Art History

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Art History is offered under the general curriculum.

Requirements

Credit
Hours
1. General Education
  a. 9 credit hours of English to include the following courses:
•  ENGL 110 (or ENGL 112; or ENGL 113) - Accelerated Composition (or Composition II; or Enhanced Composition)
•  ENGL 120 Composition III
•  ENGL 220 Expository Writing or PHIL 156 Reasoning and Critical Thinking
9
b. To be selected from the list of courses under College of Fine Arts graduation requirements:
•  3 credit hours of Mathematics
•  7 credit hours of Physical and Natural Sciences
•  6 credit hours of Social and Behavioral Sciences
•  3 credit hours in the fourth semester of Foreign Language
19
c. •  1 course chosen from: AMST 186; CCS 201; CLST 204, 205; HIST 101, 102, 161, 162, 181, 182.
•  1 course chosen from: CLST 107; COMP 222, 224; ENGL 150, 292, 293; GEOG 140; MLNG 101; PHIL 101, 201, 202; RELG 107, 263, 264; UHON Legacy Seminars at the 100- and 200-level; UHON 205. 
6 
d. 6 credit hours of Fine Arts outside the major to be selected from: APMS, ARCH, CRP, DANC, FA, LA, MA, MUS, MUSE, THEA. 6
Subtotal 40
2. a. Major in Art History
•  9 credit hours in Art History: ARTH 201, 202, 250.
•  9 credit hours of Art History chosen from: ARTH 321, 322, 323 or 324, *340, 431.
•  3 credit hours of Art History chosen from: ARTH 351, 402, 406, 411, 412, 415, 432.
•  18 credit hours of upper-division Art History electives, to include at least one of the following: ARTH 415, 420, 421, 427, 491, 494.
•  9 credit hours of Art Studio, including ARTS 106 and (125 or 126).
•  ARTH 498 Art History Capstone
48
Subtotal 48
3. a. Electives
•  12 credit hours of courses selected from outside the major.
•  20 credit hours of courses in any field, including Art Studio and Art History.
32
Subtotal 32
Total 120

Bachelor of Arts in Art Studio

The curriculum for the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Art Studio is less specialized than the pre-professional (B.F.A.) curriculum.

Requirements

Credit
Hours
1. Courses Outside the Major
a. 34 credit hours selected from courses offered by departments of the College of Arts and Sciences including core curriculum requirements (see Fine Arts Graduation Requirements). Specific requirements include ENGL 220 or PHIL 156. 34
b. 6 credit hours selected from other departments of the College of Fine Arts or from the School of Architecture and Planning. 6
c. 12 credit hours selected from courses outside the major offered by any college, including Fine Arts. 12
Subtotal 52
2. Major Requirements
a. 12 credit hours in Art History:
•  6 credit hours of 200-level courses;
•  6 credit hours of upper-division courses (including 3 credit hours at the 400-level).
12
b. 33 credit hours in Art Studio:
•  ARTS 106, 125, 126;
•  3 courses selected from ARTS 130, 141, 157, 168, 187, 207, 213, 274;
•  15 credit hours of upper-division courses.
33
Subtotal 45
3. Electives
a. Courses in any field, including Art Studio and Art History. 23
Subtotal 23
Total 120

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Studio

Minimum requirements for the program leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree are as follows. Note that one of the requirements is that at least 12 credit hours of ARTS instruction are at the 400-level, and completion of ARTS 498. Students whose performance does not qualify them for the B.F.A. program may complete their work in the B.A. program or transfer to another degree program entirely.

Credit
Hours
1. Courses Outside the Major  
  a. 34 credit hours selected from courses offered by departments of the College of Arts and Sciences including Core Curriculum requirements (see Fine Arts Graduation Requirements 6). Specific requirements include ENGL 220 or PHIL 156. 34
  b. 3 credit hours selected from other departments of the College of Fine Arts or from the School of Architecture and Planning. 3
  c. 9 additional credit hours of electives selected from courses outside the major, offered by any college, including Fine Arts (cannot include ARTH or ARTS courses). 9
    Subtotal 46
2.   Major Requirements  
  a. 15 credit hours in Art History that must include 6 credit hours chosen from 200-level courses and 6 credit hours of 400-level courses. 15
  b. 50 credit hours in Art Studio courses. Many areas of special study require specific sequences of courses and corequisites, which must be observed:
•  9 credit hours foundation: ARTS 106, 125, 126;
•  12 credit hours Art Studio: choose from ARTS 130, 141, 157, 168, 187, 207, 213, 274;
•  12 additional credit hours at the 400-level;
•  ARTS 498 Senior Seminar: Art Studio Capstone.
50
Subtotal 65
3. Electives
 a. Courses in any field, including Art Studio and Art History. 9
Subtotal 9
    Total 120

Bachelor of Arts in Art Education

Student Information:
Art Education Program
112 Masley Hall
(505) 277-4112
arted@unm.edu 

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Art Education leads to teacher preparation in art. Upon completion of this program, the graduate is qualified to apply for New Mexico licensure to teach visual arts, grades Pre-K–12.

A student seeking admission into the program in art is required to meet the screening criteria and procedures of the College of Fine Arts and Art Education program. Screening is done concurrently with the program’s prerequisite screening course, ARTE 310, and, in some cases, ARTE 320.


    Credit
Hours 
1. General Education  
English 9
ENGL 110
(or ENGL 112; 
or ENGL 113)
Accelerated Composition
(or Composition II; 
or Enhanced Composition)
3
ENGL 120 Composition III 3
Select one from the following: CJ 130; ENGL 219, 220; PHIL 156; UHON 201. 3
Math 6
UNM Core Area 2: Mathematics 3
Any additional MATH course 101 or above. 3
Physical and Natural Sciences 8
UNM Core Area: 3 Physical and Natural Sciences (two courses with corresponding laboratories) 8
Social and Behavioral Sciences 9
AMST 185
-or-
Introduction to Race, Class and Ethnicity
AFST/CCS/NATV/SUST/WMST 109 Introduction to Comparative Global and Ethnic Societies
3
EDPY 303 Human Growth and Development 3
UNM Core Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences 3
Humanities and History 6
ARTH 351 Artistic Traditions of the Southwest 3
HIST 101
-or-
HIST 102
-or-
HIST 161
-or-
HIST 162
Western Civilization to 1648

Western Civilization Post 1648

U.S. History to 1877

U.S. History Since 1877
3
Second Language 3
Select one course from non-English language offerings including signed language.
Fine Arts 6
ARTH 201 History of Art I 3
ARTH 202 History of Art II 3
Total General Education 47
2. Professional Education and Art Education  
ARTE 310 Teaching Art in the Elementary School with Field Lab 4
ARTE 320 Teaching Art in Secondary School with Field Lab 4
ARTE 400 Elementary School Student Teaching in Art 4-6
ARTE 410 Curriculum Development in Art Education 3
ARTE 431-437 Studio Art in the School
Select two from the following: ARTE 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437.
6
ARTE 461 Secondary School Student Teaching in Art 5-6
ARTE 465
-or-
ARTE 466
Art and the Exceptional Child

Art with At-Risk Students
3
ARTE 472 Art Criticism and Aesthetics Teacher 3
EDUC *438 Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Field 3
Total Professional Education and Art Education 35-38
3. Teaching Area  
ARTE 432 Studio Art in Schools: Digital Arts 3
ARTS 106 Drawing I 3
ARTS 125 Art Practices I 3
ARTS 126 Art Practices II 3
ARTS 205 Drawing II 3
ARTH Elective: Non-Western. Select one from the following: ARTH 402, 406, 411, 412, 415, 432. 3
Studio focus area I: 9 credit hours in a single studio area (not drawing), 3 credit hours of which must be in courses numbered 300 or above. 9
  Art Electives: 9 credit hours of approved art electives to fulfill art teaching competencies, 6 credit hours of which must be in courses numbered 300 or above. 9
In all studio and ARTE 431-437 coursework, 6 credit hours must be 3-dimensional media.
Total Teaching Area 36
4. Free Electives 2
Total 120-123

Minor Study

Minor in Art

The minor in Art consists of 24 credit hours. Students must complete 9 credit hours from one of two groups.

Credit
Hours
1. Art History or Art Studio groups
ARTH 201, 202, 250.
-or-
ARTS 106, 125, 126.
9
2. Electives 
15 credit hours of either ARTH or ARTS electives, out of which 6 credit hours must be upper-division. 15
Total 24

Additional Information

Materials and Student Work

Students enrolling in art courses furnish their own materials except for certain studio equipment provided by the University.

All work when completed is under the control of the Department until after the exhibitions of student work. Each student may be requested to leave one or more pieces of original work with the Department.

Students are reminded that charges for classroom supplies and services in certain art studio courses must be paid to the University of New Mexico Cashier during the first three weeks of Fall and Spring semesters and the first week of Summer Session. In specific instances fee reductions may be granted upon approval of the appropriate representatives and if the deadline is met. See instructor for deadline.

The Department of Art accepts up to 6 credit hours of upper-division film history toward Art History and Art Studio major and minor requirements. The Department accepts 3 credit hours of MA 390 as studio credit.


Courses

ARTE 214. Art in Elementary and Special Classrooms I. (3)



ARTE 310. Teaching Art in the Elementary School with Field Lab. (4)



ARTE 320. Teaching Art in Secondary School with Field Lab. (4)



ARTE 391 / 591. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



ARTE 400. Elementary School Student Teaching in Art. (4-6)



ARTE 410 / 510. Curriculum Development in Art Education. (3)



ARTE 431 / 531. Studio Art in the School: Bookmaking. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 432 / 532. Studio Art in Schools: Digital Arts. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 433 / 533. Studio Art in Schools: Printmaking. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 434 / 534. Studio Art in Schools: Printmaking Advanced Secondary Level. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 435 / 535. Studio Art in Schools: Drawing, Painting, Collage. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 436 / 536. Studio Art in Schools: Textile Arts. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 437 / 537. Studio Art in Schools: Clay. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 461. Secondary School Student Teaching in Art. (5-6)



ARTE 465 / 565. Art and the Exceptional Child. (3)



ARTE 466 / 566. Art With At-Risk Students. (3)



ARTE 472. Art Criticism and Aesthetics Teacher. (3)



ARTE 475. Art, Architecture and Environmental Education in the Schools. (3)



ARTE 477 / 577. Social Justice Issues in Art Education. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 493 / 593. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTE 500. History and Philosophies of Art Education. (3)



ARTE 510 / 410. Curriculum Development in Art Education. (3)



ARTE 531 / 431. Studio Art in the School: Bookmaking. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 532 / 432. Studio Art in Schools: Digital Arts. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 533 / 433. Studio Art in Schools: Printmaking. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 534 / 434. Studio Art in Schools: Printmaking Advanced Secondary Level. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 535 / 435. Studio Art in Schools: Drawing, Painting, Collage. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 536 / 436. Studio Art in Schools: Textile Arts. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 537 / 437. Studio Art in Schools: Clay. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 565 / 465. Art and the Exceptional Child. (3)



ARTE 566 / 466. Art With At-Risk Students. (3)



ARTE 568. Image and Imagination in Art Education. (3)



ARTE 572. Art Criticism and Aesthetics for Teachers. (3)



ARTE 577 / 477. Social Justice Issues in Art Education. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTE 585. Research Applied to Art Education. (3)



ARTE 590. Current Trends and Issues in Art Education. (3)



ARTE 591 / 391. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



ARTE 593 / 493. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTE 595. Advanced Field Experiences. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



ARTE 598. Directed Readings in Art Education. (1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



ARTE 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



ARTH 101. Introduction to Art. (3)



ARTH 201. History of Art I. (3)



ARTH 202. History of Art II. (3)



ARTH 210. History of Photography. (3)



ARTH 250. Modern Art. (3)



ARTH 252. Contemporary Art and New Media. (3)



ARTH 310. Global Photographies. (3)



ARTH 321. Early Medieval Art, 500-1000 CE. (3)



ARTH 322. High Medieval Art, 1000-1200 CE. (3)



ARTH 323 / 567. World Architecture I: History of the Built Environment from Prehistory to 1800 CE. (3)



ARTH 324. World Architecture II: History of the Built Environment From 1800 CE to the Present. (3)



ARTH *340. Baroque Art. (3)



ARTH 351. Artistic Traditions of the Southwest. (3)



ARTH 379 / 579 [479 / 579]. American Art: 1876-1940. (3)



ARTH 402 / 502. Native American Art I. (3)



ARTH 406 / 506. Native American Art II. (3)



ARTH 407 / 507. Museum Practices. (3)



ARTH 411 / 511. Pre-Columbian Art: Mesoamerica. (3)



ARTH 412 / 512. Pre-Columbian Art: South America. (3)



ARTH 413 / 513. Pre-Columbian Art: Central America, Northern South America and the Caribbean. (3)



ARTH 415 / 515. Modern and Contemporary Native American Art. (3)



ARTH 416 / 516. Southwestern Native Ceramics. (3)



ARTH 417 / 517. Seminar in Souvenir Native American Arts . (3)



ARTH 420 / 520. History of Prints I [History of Graphic Arts I]. (3)



ARTH 421 / 521. History of Prints II [History of the Graphic Arts II]. (3)



ARTH 425 / 525. 19th-Century Photography. (3)



ARTH 426 / 526. 20th-Century Photography. (3)



ARTH 427 / 527. Contemporary Photography. (3)



ARTH 429. Topics in Art History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 431 / 531. Byzantine Art and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 432 / 532. Islamic Art and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 449 / 549. Art of Spain. (3)



ARTH 450 / 550. Ibero-American Colonial Arts and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 453 / 553. African American Art. (3)



ARTH 464 / 564. European Art 1750-1830. (3)



ARTH 472 / 572. American Art: 1675-1875. (3)



ARTH 481 / 595. European Art 1830-1900. (3)



ARTH 485 / 585. Seminar in Museum Methods. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 486 / 586. Practicum: Museum Methods. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 487 / 587. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTH 490 / 590. Muralism in the Americas- 19th and 20th Centuries and Beyond. (3)



ARTH 491 / 591. Late 20th-Century to 21st-Century Art. (3)



ARTH 492 / 592. American Landscapes. (3)



ARTH 493. The Art of Latin America, 1820-1945. (3)



ARTH 494 / 594. The Art of Latin America, 1945-Present. (3)



ARTH 496. Undergraduate Tutorial. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 498. Art History Capstone. (0)



ARTH 499. Honors Thesis. (3-6)



ARTH 500. Philosophy and Methods of Art History. (3)



ARTH 502 / 402. Native American Art I. (3)



ARTH 506 / 406. Native American Art II. (3)



ARTH 507 / 407. Museum Practices. (3)



ARTH 511 / 411. Pre-Columbian Art: Mesoamerica. (3)



ARTH 512 / 412. Pre-Columbian Art: South America. (3)



ARTH 513 / 413. Pre-Columbian Art: Central America, Northern South America and the Caribbean. (3)



ARTH 515 / 415. Modern and Contemporary Native American Art. (3)



ARTH 516 / 416. Southwestern Native Ceramics. (3)



ARTH 517 / 417. Seminar in Souvenir Native American Arts. (3)



ARTH 520 / 420. History of Prints I [History of Graphic Arts I]. (3)



ARTH 521 / 421. History of Prints II [History of the Graphic Arts II]. (3)



ARTH 522 [522 / 422]. Contemporary Architecture. (3)



ARTH 525 / 425. 19th-Century Photography. (3)



ARTH 526 / 426. 20th-Century Photography. (3)



ARTH 527 / 427. Contemporary Photography. (3)



ARTH 529. Topics in Art History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 531 / 431. Byzantine Art and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 532 / 432. Islamic Art and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 549 / 449. Art of Spain. (3)



ARTH 550 / 450. Ibero-American Colonial Arts and Architecture. (3)



ARTH 551 / 552. Problems. (2-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



ARTH 553 / 453. African American Art. (3)



ARTH 559. Seminar in Native American Art. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 560. Seminar in Pre-Columbian Art. (3, may be repeated four times Δ)



ARTH 564 / 464. European Art 1750-1830. (3)



ARTH 567 / 323. World Architecture I: History of the Built Environment From Prehistory to 1800 CE. (3)



ARTH 572 / 472. American Art: 1675-1875. (3)



ARTH 579 / 379 [579 / 479]. American Art: 1876-1940. (3)



ARTH 580. Seminar in Spanish Colonial Art. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 582. Seminar in 20th-Century Art. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 583. Seminar in Modern/Contemporary Latin American Art History. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 584. Problems in Interdisciplinary Studies. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTH 585 / 485. Seminar in Museum Methods. (3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 586 / 486. Practicum: Museum Methods. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTH 587 / 487. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTH 590 / 490. Muralism in the Americas- 19th and 20th Centuries and Beyond. (3)



ARTH 591 / 491. Late 20th-Century to 21st-Century Art. (3)



ARTH 592 / 492. American Landscapes. (3)



ARTH 594 / 494. The Art of Latin America 1945-Present . (3)



ARTH 595 / 481. European Art 1830-1900. (3)



ARTH 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



ARTH 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



ARTS 106. Drawing I. (3)



ARTS 121. Two-dimensional Design. (3)



ARTS 123. Shop Foundations. (2)



ARTS 125. Art Practices I. (3)



ARTS 126. Art Practices II. (3)



ARTS 130. Introduction to Electronic Art. (3)



ARTS 141. Introduction to Art and Ecology. (3)



ARTS 157. Small Scale Metal Construction I. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 168. Introduction to Ceramics. (3)



ARTS 187. Introduction to Photography. (3)



ARTS 188. Visualizing Ideas Using Photography. (3)



ARTS 205. Drawing II. (3)



ARTS 207. Painting I. (3)



ARTS 208. Painting II. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 213. Sculpture I. (3)



ARTS 231. Video Art I. (3)



ARTS 232. Sound Art I. (3)



ARTS 257. Small Scale Metal Construction II. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 268. Ceramics: Materials and Aesthetics. (3)



ARTS 274. Introduction to Printmaking. (3)



ARTS 287. Black and White Photography. (3)



ARTS 289. Digital Imaging Techniques. (3)



ARTS 305. Drawing III. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 308. Painting III. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 310. Figure Drawing. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 313. Intermediate Sculpture. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 320. The Phenomena of Color. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 330. Intermediate Electronic Art. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 331. Video Art II. (3)



ARTS 332. Sound Art II. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 333. Introduction to 3D Printing. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 337. Intaglio Printmaking I. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 338. Lithography Printmaking. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 341. Intermediate Studio in Art and Ecology. (3)



ARTS 345. Serigraphy. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 357. Small Scale Casting. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 367. Advanced Ceramics: Professional Practices Studio Arts Intensive I. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 370. Arita Porcelain Vessels. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 387. Intermediate Photography. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 388. Photographic Lighting. (3)



ARTS 389. Topics in Studio Art. (1-3, no limit Δ)



ARTS 394. Computer Generated Imagery and Animation. (3)



ARTS 405. Advanced Drawing. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 407. Advanced Painting. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 408. Outdoor Studio. (1-3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 409 / 509. Advanced Video Art. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 413. Advanced Sculpture. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 429. Undergraduate Topics in Studio Art. (1-6 to a maximum of 15 Δ)



ARTS 431 / 531. Advanced Time-Based Media. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 432 / 532. Special Projects in Electronic Art I. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 433 / 533. Special Projects in Electronic Art II. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 434 / 534. Immersive Media. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 435 / 535. The Art of Transmission. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 437. Intaglio Printmaking II. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 438. Advanced Lithography. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 440 / 540. Art and Ecology: Grant and Proposal Writing. (3)



ARTS 441 / 541. Art and Ecology: Computational Sustainability. (3)



ARTS 442 / 542. Art and Ecology: Sculptural Infrastructure. (3)



ARTS 443 / 543. Art and Ecology: Aesthetics of Sustainable Landscapes. (3)



ARTS 444 / 544. Art and Ecology: Creating Change. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 445 / 545. Text and Image: Graphic Design for Artists. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 446 / 546. The Politics of Performance. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 451 / 551. Land Arts of the American West: Research. (3)



ARTS 452 / 552. Land Arts of the American West: Field Investigations. (3)



ARTS 453 / 553. Land Arts of the American West: Creative Production. (3)



ARTS 454 / 554. Land Arts of the American West: Presentation and Dissemination. (3)



ARTS 457. Advanced Casting and Construction. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 458 / 558. Nature and Technology. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 469 / 569. Pueblo Pottery. (3)



ARTS 470 / 570. Advanced Arita Porcelain Vessels. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 474. Advanced Printmaking. (3, may be repeated four times Δ)



ARTS 487. Advanced Interdisciplinary Portfolio. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 495. Independent Study. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 498. Senior Seminar: Art Studio Capstone. (2)



ARTS 499. Honors Thesis. (3, may be repeated once Δ [3-6])



ARTS 502. Interdisciplinary Seminar. (3)



ARTS 505. Graduate Drawing and Painting. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 508. Graduate Outdoor Studio. (1-3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 509 / 409. Advanced Video Art. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 513. Graduate Sculpture. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 520. Graduate Phenomena of Color. (3)



ARTS 529. Graduate Topics in Studio Art. (1-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



ARTS 531 / 431. Advanced Time-Based Media. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 532 / 432. Special Projects in Electronic Art I. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 533 / 433. Special Projects in Electronic Art II. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 534 / 434. Immersive Media. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 535 / 435. The Art of Transmission. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 540 / 440. Art and Ecology: Grant and Proposal Writing. (3)



ARTS 541 / 441. Art and Ecology: Computational Sustainability. (3)



ARTS 542 / 442. Art and Ecology: Sculptural Infrastructure. (3)



ARTS 543 / 443. Art and Ecology: Aesthetics of Sustainable Landscapes. (3)



ARTS 544 / 444. Art and Ecology: Creating Change. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 545 / 445. Text and Image: Graphic Design for Artists. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 546 / 446. The Politics of Performance. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 551 / 451. Land Arts of the American West: Research. (3)



ARTS 552 / 452. Land Arts of the American West: Field Investigations. (3)



ARTS 553 / 453. Land Arts of the American West: Creative Production. (3)



ARTS 554 / 454. Land Arts of the American West: Presentation and Dissemination. (3)



ARTS 557. Graduate Casting and Construction. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 558 / 458. Nature and Technology. (3, may be repeated once Δ)



ARTS 569 / 469. Pueblo Pottery. (3)



ARTS 570 / 470. Advanced Arita Porcelain Vessels. (3, may be repeated twice Δ)



ARTS 574. Graduate Printmaking. (3, may be repeated four times Δ)



ARTS 587. Graduate Visual Art Seminar. (3, may be repeated four times Δ)



ARTS 593. Seminar in Studio Art. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)



ARTS 595. Graduate Tutorial. (1-9 to a maximum of 21 Δ)



ARTS 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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