ART 320  Global Encounters in Art  Credits: 3 (3-0-0)

Course Description: Comparative topics in global art.
Prerequisite: ART 212.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.

Major in Zoology

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...I (GT-MA1) 1B Arts and Humanities 3B...Cell Biology 4 LIFE 320 Ecology 4C 3...

Major in Social Work

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...Title Credits gened:arts-humanities:Arts and Humanities...GT-AH2) 3 ETST 320 Ethnicity and Film...

Major in Early Childhood Education

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...social studies, science, music, art, and physical education...and Toddlerhood 3 HDFS 320 Cognitive and Language...

Major in Political Science

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...studies in the liberal arts, provides students with...Option must take POLS 320 . Credits earned in...

Major in Economics

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...strong liberal arts curriculum including arts and humanities...120B Environmental Conservation NR 320 Natural Resources History...

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 (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 Computer Engineering

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...following: 3-4 CS 320 4 Algorithms--Theory...Organization and Architecture 3 Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Business Administration

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...Chain Management 3 MGT 320 Contemporary Management Principles...AUCC) NON-SPECIFIED COURSES Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Art (BA), Integrated Visual Studies Concentration

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The Major in Art, Integrated Visual Studies Concentration is ideal for students to develop skills as makers and thinkers by taking an equal ratio of studio and academic classes that foster critical awareness of how society is reflected and produced through visual means in the twenty-first century.