ART 450  Fibers IV  Credits: 4 (0-8-0)

Course Description: Advanced studio problems in expressive use of fibers and fabric.
Prerequisite: ART 350 and ART 351.
Registration Information: Maximum of 8 credits allowed in the course.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: Yes.

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