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Curriculum Action Notice


From:

Academic Affairs Committee

Date:

November 13, 2001

This is a bulletin from the Academic Affairs Committee concerning proposed curriculum actions. Within the next 10 days, please forward any comments or concerns to the AAC Chair, Helen Biblehimer, Elliott Hall 203, x4521, hbiblehi@mnsfld.edu.

Curricular Actions from the Art Department:

 

Action #1: Program Deletion: AA Art

Rationale for Deletion: Low enrollment

Impact on other programs: None

 

Action #2: Program Deletion: B.S. Studio

Rationale for Deletion: Low enrollment

Impact on other programs: None

 

Action #3: Course Deletion

Delete: ART 295 Crafts

Rationale for Deletion: replacing with ART 244/344 Three-Dimensional Design

Impact on other programs: None

 

Action #4: Course Deletion

Delete: ART 241 Color and Design

Rationale: Replacing it with ART 240 Two-Dimensional Design, and ART 244 Three-Dimensional Design

 

Action #5: Program Change Proposal

Rationale: B.A. Studio deleting three courses, adding three courses to strengthen the program.

List changes:

Delete Art 241 color and Design

Add ART 240 Two-Dimensional Design

Delete ART 295 - Crafts

Add ART 244, Three-Dimensional Design

Delete Area of Concentration III Advertising Art

Add new area of Concentration III Computer Graphics

Delete ArH 102 Survey of Art

Add ArH 101 Introduction to Art

Impact on other programs: None

 

Action #6: New Course Request

Course: ART 240 - Two-Dimensional Art

Purpose: Will replace ART 241 Color and Design with greater emphasis on preparing students for a 2-D foundation course.

Course Description: An introduction to two-dimensional design through the use of various media. This course will explore the creative use of color and elements of design, stressing their function and relationships.

 

Action #7: New Course Request

Course: ART 244 Three-Dimensional Design

Purpose: To prepare students for sculpture

Course Description: Three-Dimensional Design is an introduction to the relationship between ideas and the creation of three-dimensional objects. Students will explore the principles and elements of design as they apply to the creation of three-dimensional works of art.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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