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Official Addenda to the Courses SectionThe HootCourse Catalog and Student Handbook2014-15.Effective December 1, 2014, there are official addenda to the Courses section of The Hoot 2014-15. Theofficial addenda are published here. Students are responsible for these addenda and are advised tokeep a copy of these changes with their copy of The Hoot 2014-15. All first year students are issued ahard copy of The Hoot: Course Catalog and Student Handbook and returning students can access thisinformation online at www.otis.edu.

CONTENTSLiberal Arts and Sciences1Interdisciplinary Studies4Artists, Community, and Teaching tion Arts21Fashion Design25Product Design31

Official Addendum - replaces page 131DEGREE REQUIREMENTSLiberal Arts and Sciences Courses and Credits forthe Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree.Distribution RequirementsLiberal Arts and Sciences courses make up onethird of the course requirements for graduation.These are distributed among Art History, English,Liberal Studies, Social Sciences, Mathematics andNatural Sciences depending on the studio major.Categories of CoursesFoundation (FNDT) Courses:Students in all majors are required to fulfill ArtHistory, English, and Liberal Studies courses listedhere in their first year. (Based on theWriting Placement Test, students may be requiredto take the following prerequisites: ENGL020,ENGL050, or ENGL 090.)AHCS120 Introduction to Visual Culture (3)AHCS121 Birth of the Modern (3)ENGL107 Writing in the Digital Age (3)LIBS114 Ways of Knowing (3)Required CoursesStudents are required to fulfill Art History,Capstone, English, Creative Action, Liberal Studies,and Social Science within the categories below.Required Elective CourseAll students are required to choose one 3 unitLIBS314 Junior Elective in Liberal 9033333333333345444242424242Art HistoryFNDTRequiredEnglishFNDTRequiredSocial ScienceRequiredMathematicsRequired3Natural SciencesRequiredRequired Elective CoursesLIBSCreative ActionRequired33LAS CapstoneRequiredLAS Total Credits

Official Addendum - replaces page 132By Major:ART HISTORY:Architecture/Landscape Interiors:CRIT 205/206 History Theory I/II (6)CRIT304 History Theory III (2)CRIT405/406 History Theory IV/V (4)Communication Arts:AHCS220 Contemporary Issues (3)AHCS222 History of GRD/ADVT/ILLUS (3)Digital Media:AHCS220 Contemporary Issues (3)AHCS310/LIBS214/314 Art History Electives (3)Fashion Design:AHCS220 Contemporary Issues (3)AHCS370/371 History of Costume I/II (5)Fine Arts:AHCS226 Contemporary Art Survey (3)AHCS321 History of Photo for Photo majors (3)AHCS310/LIBS214/314 Art History Electives (3)Product Design:AHCS220 Contemporary Issues (3)AHCS225 Product Design History (3)Toy Design:AHCS220 Contemporary Issues (3)AHCS236 History of Toys (3)SOCIAL SCIENCES:Architecture/Landscape/Interiors; CommunicationArts; Digital Media; Fashion Design; Fine Arts;Product Design:SSCI210 Social Science (3)Toy Design:SSCI211 Child Psychology TH246 Applied Trigonometry (3)Communication Arts:MATH336 Introduction to Symbolic Logic (3)Digital Media; Fashion Design; Fine Arts; ProductDesign; Toy Design:MATH136 Math for Artists and Designers (3)NATURAL SCIENCE:Architecture/Landscape/Interiors: CommunicationArts; Digital Media; Fine Arts:NSCI307 Natural Science (3)Fashion Design:NSCI311/312 Textile Science I/II (4)Product Design:NSCI319 Anatomy and Ergonomics (3)Toy Design:NSCI308 Juvenile Anatomy & Ergonomics (3)CREATIVE ACTION:All majors:CAIL200 Creative Action Lecture (3)LAS CAPSTONE:All majors:LIBS440 LAS Capstone (3)REQUIRED LIBERAL STUDIES ELECTIVE:These can be selected from AHCS310/LIBS214/314or LIBS214, and LIBS314.Architecture/Landscape/Interiors:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (3)Communication Arts:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (6)LIBS404 (2)Digital Media:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (6)Fashion Design:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (3)Fine Arts:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (6)Product Design:LIBS214 (3)LIBS314 (6)Toy DesignLIBS314 (9)

Official Addendum - replaces page 142Vampire Literature and LoreLIBS214314The vampire is deeply embedded in numerousmythologies, legends, folk beliefs and popularculture products. Explore how the image of thevampire has changed historically and crossculturally, delving into social movements thathave inspired a penchant for the undead.Virtual WorldsLIBS214/314This online course, offered during Summer,explores the currently burgeoning online andgaming spaces termed virtual worlds. Thecourse addresses these created communities,their history and their realities, avatars andcharacter invention, narrative threads in thesespaces, emerging real/ virtual economies andthe cultural implications of these behaviors andplaces.Secret Societies and Conspiracy TheoriesLIBS214/314Secret societies and conspiracy theories aboundbut do you know their origin and rationale?Why do they still fascinate us? Are these forcesat work today? How can you prove or disprovetheir influence? You will reach your ownconclusions once you have engaged in thehistorical and documental analysis.Belief and CultureLIBS214/314An overview of the variety of ways humanshave constructed their belief systems. Aninterdisciplinary approach examines howreligious belief finds its way into all aspects ofthe life of a people. Using the archetype of thetrickster will provide a focal point to shape ourinterpretations.Teaching for Learning IILIBS314Students will synthesize art and designeducation theories and philosophiesemphasizing aesthetic development in youthand adults, museum and community settings,public practices, critical pedagogy, classroommanagement, ESOL, Special Education, healthand safety, engaging teaching styles, and bestpractices.Required for Teacher Credential Preparationand Community Arts Engagement minors.Prerequisite: LIBS214 Teaching for LearningCommunication Arts Senior Thesis/ResearchPaperLIBS404--2 creditsStudents define, analyze, and develop acomprehensive design proposal and creativebrief for their senior projects. The courseemphasizes critical thinking and writing, and therole of the citizen designer in the 21st century.Required for Communication Arts majors.MATHEMATICS COURSESMath for Artists and DesignersMATH136Explores the connections between math and artin two and three dimensions. The class includesan exploration of Escher’s work, tiling the plane,fractals, and the golden ratio. It also coverstopics such as graphing equations andgeometric constructions.Applied TrigonometryMATH246Covers topics in analytical geometry andtrigonometry. There is an emphasis on algebraicmanipulation and on applications of the topicscovered to the design field.Required for Architecture/Landscape/Interiorsmajors.Symbolic LogicMATH336An introduction to the study of symbolic logicand the application of mathematical methods inthe study of reasoning, in which certain symbolsare used to represent certain relationships.Looks at the ways that logical forms can be usedin deductive reasoning and how language canbe analyzed using abstract symbolic structures.Required for Communication Arts majors.

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES: MINOR PROGRAMSInterdisciplinary Studies gives undergraduate students in select departments the opportunity to extendand complement their work in the major by pursuing a minor—a defined course sequence that exploresa specific theme, topic, or discipline. Minors are optional, and most Interdisciplinary Studies studentspursue only one minor, however students may be approved to pursue two minors on a case-by-casebasis.STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:Students enrolled in Interdisciplinary Studies will: Develop an awareness of interdisciplinary opportunities in professional art and design practices. Increase their exposure to a broad range of skills, experiences, and knowledge. Develop an art/design practice that is grounded in two or more disciplines, by pursuing a minorthat complements studies in the major.MINORS OFFERED:Advertising DesignArt HistoryBook ArtsCommunity Arts Engagement (ACT Program)Creative WritingCultural StudiesDigital MediaGraphic DesignIllustrationInterior DesignLandscape DesignPaintingPhotographyPrintmakingProduct DesignSculpture/New GenresSustainabilityTeacher Credential Preparation (ACT Program)

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153Eligibility and Enrollment RequirementsStudents must be on track in their major and ingood academic standing, with a cumulative GPAof 2.0 to pursue a minor. Not all minors areopen to all majors. See each specific minor fordetails. Students will be allowed to register forcourses on a space-available basis, which is notguaranteed, but registering early willsignificantly increase the chances of getting intotheir required courses.Transfer students who apply for and areapproved to pursue a minor upon entering theCollege need to fulfill degree programrequirements through an appropriatecombination of transfer courses and coursescompleted at Otis. Transfer students must be ingood academic standing, with a cumulative GPAof 2.0, upon entering the College to be eligiblefor pursuing a Minor.The Application ProcessStudents should complete their Declaration ofMinor form during registration for either thefirst or second semester of the sophomore year.Under limited circumstances, students maybegin a minor in the first semester of the junioryear. Declaration forms are available online andin the Interdisciplinary Studies office. Thestudent's Major Department Chair, theChair/Director/Coordinator of the Minor, andDirector of Interdisciplinary Studies mustapprove the application. Download Declaration of Minor form orcollect hard copy from InterdisciplinaryStudies office.Complete top portion of form inconversation with Advisor orInterdisciplinary Studies Director.Obtain GPA verification fromRegistration Office.Obtain signed approvals fromdepartment chairs/directors of majorand minor and Director ofInterdisciplinary Studies. Interdisciplinary Studies Officedistributes copies to major/minordepartments, LAS, Registration andstudent.Curricular RequirementsEach minor requires students to completebetween 15 and 18 credits, depending on thecurricular requirements of their chosen minor.Minor course requirements can fulfill StudioElectives and in some cases also Creative Actionand Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements. Forsome majors, pursuing a minor may requireadditional course work or degree requirementsabove the 120 credit BFA.

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153Advertising Design MinorThe Advertising Design minor provides studentswith the opportunity to explore the world ofadvertising, focusing on how ideas, people,places, and products are branded, packaged,marketed and sold to specific demographics.Students critically engage the intersectionsbetween graphic design and advertising,investigating campaign development, artdirection, the role of ad agencies, as well ascritical issues of ideation, interaction, and socialresponsibility. This minor includes studiocourses in Advertising, Design, and Typographyintended to connect students with the skills andprocess of creating successful campaigns. AnArt History course and further electivescontribute to an understanding of Advertising’splace within a larger historical and culturalcontinuum.Participating DepartmentsThe Advertising Design minor is open tostudents majoring in Communication Arts,Digital Media and Fine Arts. Because of theirmajor curricular requirementsArchitecture/Landscape/Interiors, FashionDesign, Product Design and Toy Design majorswill only be approved to enroll on a case-by-casebasis.Advertising Design minors may participate inthe Communication Arts Department's seniorshow on a case-by-case basis with approvalfrom the Department Chair.Advertising Design Minor Required Courses AHCS222 History of Graphic Des, Illus. &Advt Des.- 3.0 credits COMD229 Typography II- or- Advertising Electives (Com Artsmajors only) - 3.0 credits ADVT304 Advertising and Art Direction I- 3.0 credits ADVT305 Advertising and Art DirectionII - 3.0 credits ADVT351 Copywriting - 2.0 credits ADVT470 Interactive Advertising - or ADVT472 Social Media - 2.0 creditsTotal: 16.0 creditsSee Liberal Arts and Sciences & CommunicationArts Departments for course descriptions.Art History MinorThe Art History minor offers students anopportunity to focus on an expanded range ofhistorical and cultural ideas about art and artmaking. The minor provides a guided andstructured approach to diverse critical methodsfor exploring the cultural creation, meaning,dissemination, and impact of visual images,objects, and practices.Participating DepartmentsThe Art History minor is open to all majors.Art History Minor required courses: AHCS226 Contemporary Art Survey - 3.0credits *AHCS310 Art History Electives - 9.0credits **LIBS440 Capstone (Art History focus)- 3.0 creditsTotal: 15.0 credits* It is recommended that at least one AHCS310course has a non-western focus. In the followingcircumstances one AHCS310 course may besubstituted with another course:Communication Arts majors may take AHCS222,Architecture/Landscape/Interiors majors maytake CRIT304, Fine Arts Photography majorsmay take AHCS321, Product Design majors maytake AHCS225.**LIBS440 Capstone paper should address anArt History topic. LIBS440 Capstone/SeniorThesis for Fine Arts majors will fulfill thisrequirement.See Liberal Arts and Sciences Department forcourse descriptions.Book Arts MinorThe Book Arts minor offers students theopportunity to deepen their exploration andcreation of contemporary artists’ books as

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153grounded in the conceptual, theoretical andcraft foundations of the field. Thisinterdisciplinary minor includes studio coursesin letterpress, printmaking, and bookmakingsupplemented with English and Art Historyelectives related to creative writing, image/textrelationships and the history of Book Arts.Participating DepartmentsThe Book Arts minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts, Digital Media,and Fine Arts. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Product Design and Toy Design majors will onlybe approved to enroll on a case-by-case basis.Book Arts Minor Required Courses: COMD362 Intro to Letterpress - 2.0credits COMD365 Bookstructures - 2.0 credits COMD456 Bookmaking Projects - 2.0credits COMD373 Advanced Letterpress -orCOMD456 Bookmaking Projects (again)- 2.0 credits * Book Arts LAS elective - 3.0 credits Printmaking elective - 2.0 credits Typography elective (specific coursedepends on major and level) - 2.0creditsTotal: 15.0 credits*A limited choice of LAS courses will counttowards the Bookmaking Minor electives, asdetermined each semester by theInterdisciplinary Studies Director and LAS Chair.See Liberal Arts and Sciences & CommunicationArts Departments for course descriptions.Community Arts Engagement MinorAs part of the Artists, Community and Teaching(ACT) Program, the Community ArtsEngagement minor is for students who wish towork in art/design education and sociallyengaged art/design practices in venues that donot require a teaching credential, such as K-12private schools, museum educationdepartments, community art centers,correctional facilities, therapeutic artsprograms, public art, design companies thatfocus on educational materials, and the use ofart and design as an agent for positive socialchange.Participating DepartmentsThe Community Arts Engagement minor is opento students majoring in Communication Arts,Digital Media, Fine Arts, Fashion Design andProduct Design. Because of their majorcurricular requirementsArchitecture/Landscape/Interiors and ToyDesign majors will only be approved to enroll ona case-by-case basis.Community Arts Engagement Minor RequiredCourses: LIBS214 Teaching for Learning I - 3.0credits AHCS220/310 Community Arts in LA 3.0 credits * CAIL300 Creative Action Studio (ACTChoices) - 2.0 credits LIBS314 Teaching for Learning II - 3.0credits ACTS335 Community Arts Internship 2.0 credits ACTS300 ACT Special Topics - 2.0 creditsTotal: 15.0 credits* A limited choice of CAIL Junior Studios willcount towards the Community Arts Engagementminor, as determined each semester by theCreative Action and ACT Directors.See Artists, Community Teaching Program andLiberal Arts and Sciences Department for coursedescriptions.Creative Writing MinorThe Creative Writing minor offers art and designstudents an opportunity to give voice and shape

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153to their creativity through a variety of writtenexpressive forms. The minor provides guidanceand support to students in a structuredenvironment to develop their writing, and anexciting way to explore their personal visionsthrough workshops and lectures.Participating DepartmentsThe Creative Writing minor is open to studentsmajoring in Architecture/ Landscape/Interiors,Communication Arts, Digital Media and FineArts. Because of their major curricularrequirements Fashion Design and ProductDesign majors will only be approved to enroll ona case-by-case basis.Creative Writing Minor Required Courses: LIBS214 Creative Writing - 3.0 credits LIBS314 Creative Writing Workshop II 3.0 credits * WRIT640 Translation Seminar and/orWRIT750 Literary Seminar - 6.0 credits ** LIBS440 Capstone (Creative WritingFocus) - 3.0 creditsTotal: 15.0 credits* Graduate level courses**LIBS 440 Capstone should address a CreativeWriting topic. Fine Arts majors will take thisCreative Writing Capstone in place of LASUpper Division elective in order to also fulfillthe Fine Arts Capstone/Senior Thesisrequirement.See Liberal Arts and Sciences and GraduateWriting Departments for course descriptions.Digital Media MinorThe Digital Media minor provides students withthe opportunity to explore traditional anddigital skills related to creative designers,artists, and storytellers in motion graphics,modeling, animation, visual effects and conceptart for film, television, video games andadvertising industries.Participating DepartmentsThe Digital Media minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts and Fine Arts.Because of their major curricular requirementsArchitecture/Landscape/Interiors and ProductDesign majors will only be approved to enroll ona case-by-case basis.Digital Media minors may participate in theDigital Media Department's senior show on acase-by-case basis with approval from theDepartment Chair.Digital Minor Required Courses: DGMD204 Storytelling for Digital ArtistsI - 3.0 credits ANIM230 Animation Basics - 3.0 credits-or- GAME230 Game Design Basics-or- MOTN230 Motion Design Basics DGMD270 Basic 3D for Storytellers - 2.0credits DGMD410 Business Seminar I - 2.0credits DGMD411 Business Seminar II - 2.0credits Digital Media Electives - 4.0 creditsTotal: 16.0 creditsSee Digital Media Department for coursedescriptions.Graphic Design MinorThe Graphic Design minor immerses students inthe indispensable and expansive field of GraphicDesign. Students participate in criticallyengaged studio classes to develop their ownviewpoint and practice, while creating books,posters, websites, campaigns, identities, andconceptual propositions using the consideredinterplay of text and image. A dynamiccurriculum empowers students to creativelysolve problems, propose alternatives, and workcollaboratively to address the communicationchallenges of today. This minor includescourses designed to familiarize students withgraphic design principles, skills, and professional

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153practices, as well as an Art History courseintended to provide a historical and theoreticalunderstanding of the field.Participating DepartmentsThe Graphic Design minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts, Digital Media,and Fine Arts. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Product Design and Toy Design majors will onlybe approved to enroll on a case-by-case basis.Graphic Design minors may participate in theCommunication Arts Department's senior showon a case-by-case basis with approval from theDepartment Chair.Graphic Design Minor Required Courses AHCS222 History of Graphic Des, Illus. &Advt Des.- 3.0 credits COMD208 Communication Studio II 3.0 credits- or - COMD300 Communication StudioIII (Communication Arts majors only) COMD229 Typography II - 3.0 credits- or - COMD319 Type and AlternativeMedia (Communication Arts majorsonly) - 2.0 credits COMD318 Publication - 2.0 credits Graphic Design Electives - 4.0 - or - 5.0credits (Communication Arts majorsonly)Total: 15.0 creditsSee Communication Arts and Liberal Arts andSciences Departments for course descriptions.of contexts, including client-led publications,merchandise, and self-directed exhibitions. Abalance of conceptual, historical, and technicalinstruction helps students locate their ownstyle, voice, and conceptual foothold to meetthe rich opportunities afforded by today’sshifting creative landscape.Participating DepartmentsThe Illustration minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts, Digital Media,and Fine Arts. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Fashion Design, Product Design and Toy Designmajors will only be approved to enroll on a caseby-case basis.Illustration minors may participate in theCommunication Arts Department's senior showon a case-by-case basis with approval from theDepartment Chair.Illustration Minor Required Courses AHCS222 History of Graphic Des, Illus. &Advt Des.- 3.0 credits ILUS300 Communication Studio III - 3.0credits-or- ILUS301 Communication Studio IV COMD216 Drawing Painting I - 3.0credits- or – COMD217 Drawing Painting II ILUS310 Drawing & Painting forIllustrators I - 2.0 credits Illustration Electives - 4.0 creditsTotal 15.0 creditsSee Communication Arts and Liberal Arts andSciences Departments for course descriptions.Illustration MinorThe Illustration minor prepares students toenter a world where boundaries betweenartistic disciplines are constantly changing andart is activated in the service of multipleaudiences, in diverse venues and across existingand emerging markets. This minor provides acurriculum emphasizing strong concepts,proficient skills, and civic mindedness tosupport the communication needs of a varietyInterior Design MinorThe Interior Design minor offers introductionand practice in the materials and methods,design processes and communication tools(drafting, modeling, rendering and fabrication)utilized in the design of spaces within buildings,i.e. interiors. In Studio 1, students first learn toconsider human occupation of and movement

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153through forms and spaces. They learn how todesign and describe three-dimensional spacesin technical drawings and models, both physicaland digital (using AutoCAD and Rhinocerossoftware). Technologies Ecologies II: InteriorTechnologies presents the materials andmethods of interior construction, which areconsidered in the design of two interior spacesin Studio III.Participating DepartmentsThe Interior Design minor is open to studentsmajoring in Digital Media and Fine Arts.Because of their major curricular requirementsCommunication Arts and Product Design majorswill only be allowed to enroll on a case-by-casebasis.Interior Design minors will be assigned a desk inthe A/L/I studios during semesters of enrollmentin an A/L/I course(s).Interior Design Required Courses ARLI250 Studio I - 4.0 credits ARLI261 Technologies Ecologies II - 3.0credits * ARLI271 Digital Media II-A - 2.0 credits(WAIVED Corequisite: concurrentenrollment in ARLI250 Studio I) * ARLI273 Digital Media II-B - 3.0 credits(WAIVED Corequisite: concurrentenrollment in ARLI252 Studio II) ARLI352 Studio III - 4.0 creditsTotal: 16 credits*Product Design students may take PRDS271Digital Design II in place of ARLI271 DigitalMedia II-A, and PRDS370 Digital Design III inplace of ARLI273 Digital Media II-B.See Architecture/Landscape/InteriorsDepartment for course descriptions.Landscape Design MinorThe Landscape Design minor offers introductionand practice in the materials and methods,design processes and communication tools(drafting, modeling, rendering and fabrication)utilized in the design of spaces betweenbuildings, i.e. landscapes. In Studio I, studentsfirst learn to consider human occupation of andmovement through forms and spaces. Theylearn how to design and describe threedimensional spaces in technical drawings andmodels, both physical and digital (usingAutoCAD and Rhinoceros software).Technologies Ecologies 1: LandscapeTechnologies presents the materials andmethods of landscape construction, which areconsidered in the design of two urban parks inStudio II.Participating DepartmentsThe Landscape Design minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts and Fine Arts.Because of their major curricular requirementsDigital Media and Product Design majors willonly be allowed to enroll on a case-by-casebasis.Landscape Design minors will be assigned adesk in the A/L/I studios during semesters ofenrollment in an A/L/I course(s).Landscape Design Minor Required Courses ARLI250 Studio I – 4.0 credits ARLI252 Studio II – 4.0 credits ARLI260 Technologies Ecologies I – 3.0credits * ARLI271 Digital Media II-A - 2.0 credits(WAIVED Corequisite: concurrentenrollment in ARLI250 Studio I) * ARLI273 Digital Media II-B - 3.0 credits(WAIVED Corequisite: concurrentenrollment in ARLI252 Studio II)Total: 16 credits* Product Design students may take PRDS271Digital Design II in place of ARLI271 DigitalMedia II-A, and PRDS370 Digital Design III inplace of ARLI273 Digital Media II-B.See Architecture/Landscape/InteriorsDepartment for course descriptions.

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153Painting MinorThe Painting minor provides students theopportunity to explore the technical, formal,historical and theoretical approaches topainting through a combination of studio andart history courses. Explorations in oil, acrylicand mixed media as well as analysis ofcontemporary practices lead to studentsdeveloping personal strategies in painting.Participating DepartmentsThe Painting minor is open to students majoringin Communication Arts, Digital Media, and FineArts majors. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Fashion Design, Product Design and Toy Designmajors will only be approved to enroll on a caseby-case basis.Painting minors will only participate in theSenior Show of their home department,however depending on space availability theymay utilize Fine Arts Senior Studios on a caseby-case basis with approval from theDepartment Chair.Painting Minor Required Courses: PNTG204 Painting I - 3.0 credits AHCS226 Contemporary Art Survey - 3.0credits FINA200 or 201 Sophomore Seminar Ior II - 2.0 credits- or- Painting elective (Fine Arts majorsonly) PNTG214 Painting II - 3.0 credits Painting electives - 4.0 creditsTotal: 15.0 creditsSee Fine Arts and Liberal Arts and SciencesDepartments for course descriptions.Photography MinorThe Photography minor provides students theopportunity to explore the technical, formal,historical, theoretical, and ethical concerns offine art and editorial photography through acombination of studio and art history courses. Avariety of traditional, experimental, darkroomand digital approaches will be explored asstudents develop their individualrepresentational languages.Participating DepartmentsThe Photography minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts, Digital Media,and Fine Arts. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Fashion Design, Product Design and Toy Designmajors will only be approved to enroll on a caseby-case basis.Photography minors will only participate in theSenior Show of their home department,however depending on space availability, theymay utilize Fine Arts Senior Studios on a caseby-case basis with approval from theDepartment Chair.Photography Minor Required Courses: PHOT204 Photography I - 3.0 credits AHCS226 Contemporary Art Survey - 3.0credits FINA200 or 201 Sophomore Seminar Ior II - 2.0 credits- or- Photography elective (Fine Artsmajors only) PHOT214 Photography II - 3.0 credits PHOT230 Lighting Studio I - 3.0 credits Photography Elective - 2.0 creditsTotal: 16.0 creditsSee Fine Arts and Liberal Arts and SciencesDepartments for course descriptions.Printmaking MinorThe Printmaking minor offers students theopportunity to further explore their practice inmethods of printmaking and to study its impactin history, culture and contemporary art. Abalance of traditional and contemporary studiotechniques will be covered to engage student’scritical thinking and creative processes. Thisminor also examines artists and communities

Official Addendum - replaces pages 152 - 153working with the multiple in areas of book arts,installation, and communication while exploringthe root of printmaking as related to currentprint and digital methods through research andindividual projects.Participating DepartmentsThe Printmaking minor is open to studentsmajoring in Communication Arts, Fine Arts andDigital Media. Because of their major curricularrequirements Architecture/Landscape/Interiors,Fashion Design and Product Design majors willonly be allowed to enroll on a case-by-casebasis.Printmaking Minor Required Courses PRNT263 Printmaking Survey – 3.0credits PRNT273 Printmaking: IntegratedMedia – 3.0 credits PRNT373 Print Media Workshop – 2.0credits ILUS355 Experimental Printmaking – 2.0credits * Electives – 6.0 creditsTotal: 16 credits* Electives can be courses in Printmaking,Bookmaking, Letterpress, Illustration, Drawing,or Painting offered by either the CommunicationArts or Fine Arts Departments.See Communication Arts and Fine ArtsD

Advertising Design Minor The Advertising Design minor provides students with the opportunity to explore the world of advertising, focusing on how ideas, people, places, and products are branded, packaged, marketed and sold to specific demographics. Students critically engage the intersections between graphic design and advertising,

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