Art

Art, ART = 1210

5130. Seminar in Renaissance Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in Renaissance art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4130. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5180. Seminar in Seventeenth-Century Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in 17th-century art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4180. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5190. Seminar in Art History. 3 hours. Research and study in selected topical areas of art history. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5200. Contemporary Architecture. 3 hours. Biological, structural and social problems of human shelter; analysis of achievement in contemporary architecture.

5340. Seminar in American Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in American art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4340. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5350. Research in Art. 3 hours. A study of research techniques and their applications in the field of visual arts; preparation of a prospectus.

5360. Seminar in Nineteenth-Century Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in 19th-century art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4360. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5370. Seminar in Twentieth-Century Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in 20th-century art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4370. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5380. Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Art. 3 hours. Selected problems in 18th-century art. Prerequisite(s): ART 4380. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5390. Seminar in Art Museum. 3 hours. Study of the functions of an art museum collection, preservation, exhibitions, research and interpretation of art objects. Visits to North Texas art museums required.

5410. Seminar in Discipline-Based Art Education. 3 hours. Examination of theory development in disciplined-based art education (DBAE). Emphasis is placed on analyzing the evolving theoretical foundations, which inform DBAE practice. Influences from art and aesthetic education, curriculum reform movements, and social issues are identified and considered. Prerequisite(s): graduate art education.

5550. Seminar in Art Museum Education I. 3 hours. Study of the museum's public role, centering on history and theory of art museum education. Audience identification and museum education careers stressed toward aim of understanding, developing, and expanding learning opportunities in museums. Prerequisite(s): art education and art history, graduate level.

5560. Seminar in Art Museum Education II. 3 hours. Emphasis on current practices of art museum education with advanced study in areas of specialization. Prerequisite(s): ART 5550 or consent of instructor.

5610. Artist's Bookmaking. 3 hours. (2;4) Design and creation of books as works of art at the master's level. Utilization of techniques of book design and bookbinding to create personal artistic statements in a sequential format. Prerequisite(s): competency in photography or printmaking or consent of school.

5700. Seminar in University Art Teaching. 3 hours. A study of problems unique to university art faculty; professional practices in various fields of art teaching. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5800. Graduate Studio. 3 hours. Courses for students qualified to develop professional competence in special areas of studio work. Prerequisite(s): 12 hours of art in the selected area and consent of school. All may be repeated for credit.

5801. Sculpture Studio.

5802. Painting Studio.

5803. Ceramics Studio.

5804. Drawing Studio.

5805. Printmaking Studio.

5806. Photography Studio.

5807. Communication Design Studio.

5809. Interior Design Studio.

5810. Jewelry and Metalworking Studio.

5811. Fibers: Weaving Studio.

5812. Fibers: Fabric Design Studio.

5825. Professional Practices for the Studio Artist. 3 hours. A study of theoretical and practical aspects of succeeding as a practicing artist outside the academy. Survey of the protocols and common practices expected of the artists as a productive member of the business community wherein fine art is the commodity.

5850. Seminar in Art Education. 3 hours. Selected problems in art education, theory and practice. Prerequisite(s): consent of school. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5860. Curriculum Development and Program Assessment in Art. 3 hours. Processes for developing and sequencing the curriculum and methodologies for the assessment of educational programs and student learning in art for elementary and secondary public schools and higher education.

5870. History of Art Education. 3 hours. Seminar explores the history and philosophy of education in relationship to the teaching of art in public schools and higher education.

5880. Trends and Issues in Art Education. 3 hours. Research into current literature and practical applications in American and international art education.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Conference courses open to advanced students capable of doing independent research under the direction of the instructor. Not to be registered for except when other graduate courses are not available. Registration permitted only with consent of school. A maximum of 3 semester hours of credit for each course.

5920-5930. Research Problems in Lieu of Thesis. 3 hours each. Research dealing with significant problems in the field of art. Courses open to MFA students who are doing a project in lieu of a thesis. Student must mount an MFA exhibition as part of course requirements for 5930.

5950. Master's Thesis. 3 or 6 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of school. 6 hours credit required. No credit assigned until thesis has been completed and filed with graduate dean. Continuous enrollment required once work on thesis has begun. May be repeated for credit.

5960-5970. Art Institute. 1-3 hours each. For students accepted by the university as participants in special institute programs.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. Conference courses for doctoral students. Directed reading and research in fields of special interest.

6950. Doctoral Dissertation. 3, 6 or 9 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of school. 12 hours credit required. No credit assigned until dissertation has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Doctoral students must maintain continuous enrollment in this course subsequent to passing qualifying examination for admission to candidacy. May be repeated for credit.

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