Graduate Courses

5301 Curriculum Enrichment (1-4). Seminar in the study of problems unique to university teaching. Students meet as a group to do peer review and professional practices and also work independently with a selected instructor in a class specific to their discipline.

Prerequisite:  must have passed undergraduate class in same area of specialization or permission of instructor.

5303 Individual Research Problems (1-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do research within a visual arts specialization area. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with number designate for area of specialization. Prerequisites:  must have passed upper level undergraduate class in the same area of specialization.

5304 Graduate Art Studio I (2-4). Designed for students who are prepared to do work in any visual arts areas of specialization. The course may be repeated for credit up to four times with letter number designate for area of specialization.

Prerequisite: Must have passed upper level class in same area of specialization.

5306 Art History (3-0). Study of the visual arts of the world. The course may be repeated for credit where topic varies.

5307 Contemporary Art History (3-0). A survey of the visual arts of the world with emphasis on the development of architecture, sculpture, painting and the minor arts in the Twentieth Century.

6301 Thesis Proposal (0-6). Satisfactory completion of this class will result in an acceptable proposal for an art research thesis presented to the graduate committee. A student will normally register for this course after the second semester of graduate work in art history. The student should only enroll in this class when the committee members are available to work with them and the library or other research facilities are available for their use.

6302 Thesis Defense (0-6). The student will enroll in this course each semester or summer term when the committee members are available to work with them and the library or other research facilities are available for their use. Satisfactory completion of this course will result in the completed thesis presented to the committee, accepted by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and filed in the office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.