ART 100  Introduction to the Visual Arts (GT-AH1)  Credits: 3 (3-0-0)

Course Description: Exploration of the development of visual arts.
Prerequisite: None.
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.
Additional Information: Arts & Humanities 3B, Arts & Expression (GT-AH1).

Glossary

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...minutes in a semester), 100 minutes of laboratory...range ecology) or multidisciplinary (arts leadership and administration...

Student Resources and Campus Life

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...Box Office, and LSC Arts Program. Learn about...interviewing opportunities with over 100 employers via Handshake...

Academic Services and Programs

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Collaborative for Student Achievement Learning Communities Office of International Programs The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT)

Facilities

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CSU spans five primary campuses on 4773 acres, plus numerous Agricultural Experiment Stations, Cooperative Extension offices, and Colorado State Forest Service sites across the state that cover an additional 4038 acres. Altogether, CSU has 705 buildings including 3295 classrooms and 1237 laboratories totaling 10,434,578 gross square feet. In addition to acres owned, CSU manages an additional 9,978,478 acres throughout the state, most of which is the Colorado State Forest.   Bookstore Coffee Shops CSU Transit Center Lory Student Center CSU Mountain Campus CSU Sports and Athletic Facilities Student Recreation Center Study Spaces University Center for the Arts University Libraries Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Environmental Studies

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...is uniquely dispersed in 100 majors and concentrations...Engineering; College of Liberal Arts (Anthropology; English; History...

Research and Creative Opportunities

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...creative writing, visual art, performing art, science, social...colleges to more than 100 judges from across...

School of Music, Theatre, and Dance

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The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance empowers students to create, collaborate, innovate and inspire. Through teaching, creative artistry, research, advocacy, and service, we elevate arts education.

Major in Social Work

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...Title Credits gened:arts-humanities:Arts and Humanities...150 , PSY 100 , and SOC 100 or SOC...

Major in Economics

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...strong liberal arts curriculum including arts and humanities...GT-SS3) 3E AMST 100 Self/Community in...

Major in Ethnic Studies

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...1A 3 ETST 100 Introduction to Ethnic Studies (GT-SS3) 3E 3 Arts and Humanities...

Major in Communication Studies

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...a broad-based, liberal arts education, designed to...CO2) 1A 3 SPCM 100 Communication and Popular...

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Printmaking Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Electronic Art Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (BA), Studio Concentration

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The Studio concentration gives students a liberal education with a focus on one or more of the visual arts. The concentration enables graduates to incorporate their specialty into their careers and life activities. People who are knowledgeable about art may contribute much by supporting community arts activities and teaching others.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Drawing Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Painting Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Photo Image Making Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Fibers Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Sculpture Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Metalsmithing Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Graphic Design Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Pottery Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Anthropology

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...AUCC Credits GR 100 Introduction to Geography (GT-SS2) 3C 3 Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Computer Engineering

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...Organization and Architecture 3 Arts and Humanities 3B...satisfied by completing courses 100 level or above...

Major in Business Administration

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...Managerial Accounting 3 BUS 100 Introduction to Business...AUCC) NON-SPECIFIED COURSES Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Art (BA), Art History Concentration

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Art History provides a basic preparation in art history for graduate studies; careers in research and teaching at the college level; for positions in museums, libraries, or private collections; or for writing and criticism in the arts. In addition to a high degree of research experience students will complete a second field or minor and one year of foreign language. Graduate studies or advanced-level classes are necessary for advancement. In-depth study in a second field allows students to refine their focus.

Major in Art (BA), Art Education Concentration

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The Art Education concentration embraces the artist-teacher concept, which allows students to develop a studio concentration while preparing to teach art at the K-12 level. The program is comprehensive, meaning students take course work to prepare them to teach at the elementary and secondary school levels. One full semester of student teaching at both the elementary and secondary levels is preceded by in-depth field work with elementary, secondary, and exceptional populations. The Art Education program enjoys good working relationships with school districts in the state of Colorado. Students integrate studio, art history, criticism, and aesthetics as they observe and teach—through a variety of experiences—in the public schools.