Arts & Humanities: Art & Design Course Descriptions

Undergraduate 2020-2021

AED 290 Comprehensive Art Ed I (3)
Prerequisite(s): AED Majors Only
Introduction to the theory and practice of teaching art in grades prekindergarten to six utilizing a discipline-based art education approach. Focus on the planning and teaching of art and on the uses, meaning and value of art in people's lives. Includes art media, techniques, processes, structures, functions; lesson planning, artistic development; personal expression; aesthetic and critical responses; motivational techniques; classroom management, community resources; field experiences in the pre-K to 6th grade level setting. Art majors only.

AED 390 Comprehensive Art Education II (4)
Prerequisite(s): AED 290
Continuation of the theory and practice of teaching art, with an emphasis on the secondary school level. Explores issues related to art education: art production, art history, art criticism, and aesthetics; Ohio's Model Competency-Based Program-performance and instructional standards, assessment strategies, intervention; National Visual Arts standards. Includes curriculum unit planning; resources and materials; evaluation and grading; adolescent/young adult artistic development-expression and response; teacher characteristics; space/facility planning; Internet research and retrieval; health and safety standards; advocacy; resume & portfolio development; contemporary issues (including multicultural appreciation and gender awareness). Clinical/field experiences related to grades 7-12 setting. Art majors only.

AED 396 Co-Op:Parallel(PT) (1-3) EXP
Prerequisite(s): CED 220
A part-time work related experience supervised by a faculty coordinator in collaboration with the cooperative education staff. Credit is awarded upon successful completion of the work experience, documentation of predetermined learning agreement and evaluation of work performance. Evaluation of work performed is on a pass/fail basis.

ART 101 Drawing I (3) CAM
Fundamental drawing approaches using various drawing media and techniques. Course work includes common projects focusing on teaching specific skills for ART, IAD, and GRD majors. These include the study of perspective, color, and rapid visualization drawing. Other studio projects and sketchbooks involve the students in the creative expression possible through drawing. Research, writing assignments, and critiques develop students' abilities to think critically about their own work and the subject area.

ART 102 Drawing II (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): ART 101 or equivalent
This course is designed to provide students with continued exploration of the principles of drawing. Students will explore new media and techniques not covered in Drawing I as well as continue to improve on skills they have learned. Projects will involve the use of color and encourage expressive use of each medium. A variety of tools, techniques and materials will be used during the semester. Examples of master drawings as well as previous students' work will be presented to illustrate concepts discussed in class.

ART 103 2D Design (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): High School Drawing Recommended
This course is an introduction to the fundamental elements and principles of design. Assignments deal with an understanding of color, line, positive and negative shape and space, and the ability to think of a variety of visual problems in terms of organized relationships using traditional and digital media.

ART 106 3D Design (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): High School Drawing Recommended
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the principles of Three-Dimensional Design. Through a sequential analysis of form in space, students will develop projects that put into practice the most universal concepts of design. Projects will emphasize the importance of planning and craft. A variety of tools, techniques and materials will be used during the semester. Examples of master designers and sculptors as well as previous students' work will be presented to illustrate concepts discussed in class. Text readings along with individual and group discussions further understanding of the weekly assignments.

ART 121 World Art History (3) CAM
World Art is a general survey of visual arts around the world with concentration on key western and eastern cultures, periods and artists, from prehistory to present day.

ART 127 World Art:Magical & Spiritual (3) CAM
Survey of World Art I is a survey of visual arts and architecture around the world, from prehistory to 1400. Attention is given to the essential role of art in the religions and cultures of the world, as well as on formal and aesthetic issues. We will achieve this examination through classroom lecture and discussion, films, written assignments, a museum scavenger hunt, and a field trip.

ART 127H HON:World Art:Magical & Spiritual (0) CAM
Concurrent requisite(s): ART 127
Course description as stated in ART 127 (Honors Course)

ART 129 World Art:Heroes and Donors (3) CAM
Survey of World Art II is a survey of visual arts and architecture around the world, from 1400 to the present. Attention is given to the essential role of art in the religions and cultures of the world, as well as on formal and aesthetic issues. We will achieve this examination through classroom lecture and discussion, films, written assignments, a museum scavenger hunt, and a field trip.

ART 129H HON:World Art:Heroes and Donors (0) CAM
Concurrent requisite(s): ART 129
Course description as stated in ART 129 (Honors Course)

ART 132 Artworld (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 110 or Instructor Approval
This course is a requirement for all freshman art and design students. It is designed to assist the growth and evolution of each student's individual art studio practice, work habits, career, and life strategies that will serve them at the university level and help prepare them for an active professional life after graduation. Topics will include: developing ties in the art world (networking), exploring careers in the art and design fields, creating original work, documenting work, building on concepts and skills taught in Digital Literacy to maintain an online identity through a website and portfolio presence, preparing and exhibiting work, addressing financial and legal concerns, and developing skills in reading, writing and discussing art and design. Students will be guided in the preparation and presentation of both a digital and professional portfolio of their best foundation artwork for review by the art and design faculty at the end of the semester.

ART 133 The Art Guild (1)
The Art Guild is a hands-on art making experience. Members of the class will be completing public art projects both on and off campus. The Art Guild provides students with the opportunity to work on individual and group projects in areas of their expertise and interest. Enrollment in the group is open to all MSJ students by instructor approval.

ART 140 Ceramics (3) CAM
Explores principles of working in clay using handbuilding methods: coil, slab, pinch, and drape. Includes study of clay traditions in pottery, sculpture, figure, narrative, decoration, mark making, and glazing.

ART 181 Basic Camera Techniques (3) CAM
This course is an introduction to the technological and aesthetic skills needed for photography. The course focus is on learning how to use digital cameras, or film equivalents, to produce color images. There is not a darkroom component to this course.

ART 201 Art Special Topics (3) CAM
Courses offered on an occasional basis to explore subject matter of special interest or timely relevance, often utilizing local exhibitions or themes.

ART 216 Watercolor (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): High School Drawing Recommended
The course is an exploration of the special characteristics of watercolor as a painting medium for illustration and fine art. It is designed to provide students with a working knowledge of the principles of watercolor painting including: color mixing, brush handling, composition, control of the medium and technique.

ART 217 Painting (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 101/Equiv
An introduction to fundamental painting concepts, tools, materials, and practices. Intensive exercises introduce students to both oil and acrylic paints: students choose one of the two to use for the second half of the semester. Projects are grounded in traditional methods while developing each student's individual approach to painting. Visits to exhibitions, readings and writing supplement studio practice.

ART 218 Figure Painting (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): ART 101, ART 217
Basic painting practice and methods are applied to the human form. Students work from male and female models. Emphasis is placed on the development of painting skills on all levels. Projects range from gesture studies to full-color compositions of the human figure in space.

ART 230 History of Design:Hand Made to Apple (3) CAM
A survey of visual communication from pre-history through the present. Emphasis is placed on the contemporary period focusing on graphic, industrial and environmental design. Lecture.

ART 231 Modern Art:Subconscious Lure (3) CAM
Over the course of this semester, we will examine a survey of European and American art from Neo-Classicism through Contemporary movements. Emphasis is placed on painting and sculpture, as well as photography, performance and video art, and some architecture. We will achieve this examination through classroom lecture and discussion, written assignments, exams, and a field trip.

ART 232 Art History:Women Artists (3) CAM
This course will investigate the position and contributions of women artists throughout the history of art. Lecture.

ART 234 Art History: Photography (3) CAM
Photographs have become an integral part of our world. It is hard to imagine a time without photographs. This course will take the learner to a time when photography was just a dream and bring them back to the present. Along the way, we will explore how photography came to become such an important part of our lives.

ART 239 American Art:Plucky Originality (3) CAM
Over the course of this semester, we will examine a survey of European and American art from Neo-Classicism through Contemporary movements. Emphasis is placed on painting and sculpture, as well as photography, performance and video art, and some architecture. We will achieve this examination through classroom lecture and discussion, written assignments, exams, and a field trip.

ART 244 Art History:Non-Western Survey (3)
This course is a survey of Non-Western cultures: Africa, India and Southeast Asia, China, Japan, Korea, Oceania, and Native America. We will study their artistic achievements from pre-historic through contemporary times as expressed in painting, sculpture, prints, and calligraphy as well as architecture, gardens, decorative arts, graphic arts and photography. Lecture.

ART 246 Sacred Scripture Seen Through Sacred Art (3) CAM
From Early Christianity to the present the practice of rendering sacred themes in art and architectural decoration has been constant. This course explores monuments of architecture, sculpture, and painting inspired by sacred Scripture. Topics include an examination of images of the Life of Christ considered in the sequence of the liturgical year, Marian images, the saints and angels, and Trinitarian images. Additionally, architectural and sacred spaces will be considered. Some of the thematic issues we will consider are Christian art as a facilitator to comprehending Scripture, art as a catalyst for deepened devotion, and Church patronage of religious art and architecture through history.

ART 276 Introduction to Hot Glass (3)
This course teaches the students the basic hand skills and mental processes necessary to manipulate molten glass into a pre-conceived form, as well as safety and health concerns. Slides, videos, discussions and independent research will introduce the students to the history of glass, the Studio glass Movement, and current glass art.

ART 278 Matisse & Picasso (3)

ART 280 Principles of Animation (3)
An introduction to the theory and practice of animated film. Includes the equipment and process needed to move from a creative idea to a creative film. Techniques include drawing on film, claymation, cutouts, pixillation, puppets, and computer generation.

ART 281 Digital Photography I (3) CAM
Photography 1 is an introduction to the technological and aesthetic skills needed for photography. Students will learn to use digital cameras to produce both color and black and white images. Photography is defined as writing with light. It has its own language. Through the creation and viewing of photographs students will learn how a photograph can impact themselves and the world in which they live.

ART 281H HON; Digital Photography I (0) CAM
Concurrent requisite(s): ART 281
Course description as stated in ART 281 (Honors Course)

ART 282 Alternative Film and Darkroom Processing (3)
This is an advanced darkroom course that emphasizes traditional and digital methods for producing photographic fine art. Traditional and experimental methods include, but are not limited to: cyanotype, hand coloring, liquid light, multiple image montage, tinting and toning, and digital printing.

ART 301 Figure Drawing (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 101
Basic drawing practice is applied to drawing the human form. Students work from male and female models. Emphasis is placed on advancement of drawing skills on all levels. Basic anatomy is covered, as is an advanced exploration of compositional and content issues involved in depicting the human figure in space.

ART 302 Advanced Drawing (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 101 and ART 102
Skills in drawing realistically and imaginatively are assumed. Exploration of advanced concepts, issues and strategies in drawing. Emphasis is on individual theme/statement development: class meetings are primarily critiques of outside work. Discussion and research of contemporary issues in drawing is ongoing throughout the semester.

ART 304 Sculpt Wkshp:Figure Modeling (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 101
FIGURE MODELING: The course will focus exclusively on the figure. Students will work in a more traditional approach to figure sculpture: preparation drawings and clay maquettes will be done directly from observation of the figure; polymer resin casts will then be made from relief or three dimensional molds; surface finishing will complete the process. MIXED MEDIA: Individual tutoring in various media will include, but is not limited to: wood carving and fabrication, stone carving, welding and steel fabrication, and neon. Emphasis will be on various techniques and large scale.

ART 317 Painting Workshop (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 216 or ART 217 or Instructor Approval
Advanced development of painting concepts, paint handling, color knowledge, and composition. Critical emphasis is placed on the development of content and intention in the work of each individual. Class meetings are primarily critiques of outside work. Discussion, assigned reading and research of contemporary painting issues are ongoing throughout the semester. This course requires a mature level of painting discipline, self-motivation and commitment to painting.

ART 328D Fiber and Fabric (3) CAM
Textile art structures that incorporate both fiber and fabric manipulation in contemporary ways. Techniques may include (but are not limited to): collage, stitchery, applique, reverse applique ("mola"), quilting, and trapunto stuffing. Examination of work from the leading global practitioners and artists in textiles, while building on design ideas and creative processes will be the focus.

ART 330 Art Criticism (3) CAM
Art Criticism promotes critical thinking about aesthetics. Reading and writing art criticism are integral activities. The course explores the role of art in our culture. Field trips to area art galleries and museums are included. We will achieve these goals through classroom lecture and discussion, guest speakers, readings on the history of aesthetics and manners of discussing art, gallery visits and discussions, and writing progressively in-depth reviews and critiques of art.

ART 336 Sculpture Wkshp:Sustainable Mixed Media (3) CAM
This CORE course is designed for art and non-art majors. It is an elective course for the Sustainable Studies Minor. It blends sculptural methods and current technologies with traditions of the past. Participants will explore sustainable processes and materials. Beyond the making of art, emphasis will be placed on the conceptual; consideration of the effect of creation of this work on the planet's resources. ART 336/536 will meet together.

ART 341 Ceramics Workshop:Using The Wheel (3) CAM
A multilevel course that accommodates beginning work on the potters wheel, as well as advanced throwing and handbuilding, surface decorating, use of multiple clay bodies, glazemaking, loading and firing kilns. Emphasis on developing personal style and expression in claywork in addition to control and participation in production from start to finish. May be taken more than once for development of individual skills in any of the above categories.

ART 349 Professional Prep for Artist (3)
New Course
This course for art majors and minors shifts the focus to an emphasis on professional practices to prepare the student artist for an active art life after graduation. Utilizing texts such as Art, Inc. along with fieldtrips, hands-on learning experiences, and a variety of professional mentors, student artists will engage in topics including photographing work, portfolios, artist CVs and resumes, writing about and for art, exhibiting and selling work, and various educational and career opportunities. Overall, Art 349 N1's goal is to support, mentor, and critique fine arts/art majors and minors in an informative, creative, and developmental process. Through an introduction to many of the aspects that play a role in the life of a professional working artist, this course seeks to assist the growth and evolution of each student's individual art practice from the studio to work habits and life strategies that will serve their calling.

ART 362 Printmaking Workshop:Methods Survey (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): High School Drawing Recommended
The purpose of this course is to provide students with a working knowledge of relief, intaglio and planographic printmaking processes. These processes involve the use of various tools and materials to print images from vinyl, wood and linoleum blocks, metal and stone. Through hands-on experience, students will put into action printmaking techniques that are demonstrated in class and outlined in handouts. The relationship between drawing, design and printmaking is also a focus of the course.

ART 365 Internship in Gallery Management (1-3)
Prerequisite(s): Gallery Director's Signature
Practical problems in gallery work: contacting artists, handling contracts, sales; practice in management of an art gallery. Limited to selected students.

ART 367 Fabric Printing (3) CAM
Prerequisite(s): One college art studio course or web approval by instructor
Images are transformed from printing plates to cloth. Processes may include (but are not limited to) relief, stencil, monoprinting, cyanotype, photo transfer, marbleizing, screenprinting (film-cut, photographic emulsion).

ART 369 Pre-Thesis (3)
Prerequisite(s): Art Majors Only
Art 369 begins the Thesis project process in the senior year of the Art, Fine Arts, or Art Education major. It is a required course for majors. It fuses research, writing, and critiques of the studio work each individual student will be making in their independent, upper-level "Pre-Thesis," project in their own media area. In Art 369, each week brings presentation and deadlines for research writing, concept development, and the production of that independent work for critiques.

ART 380 Digital Photography II:Advanced Photoshop and Lightroom Techniques (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 281 or instructor Approval
The fundamentals of digital photography are explored using Adobe PhotoShop. Topics include, but are not limited to: cameras, scanners, printers, software, and copyright concerns. Individual students do not need a digital camera.

ART 381 Advanced Photography Workshop (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 281 or Instructor Approval
Advanced photographic skills are explored with a focus on lighting, portfolio development, professional development, and studio use. This course may be taken more than once.

ART 395E Pre-Thesis Independent Study (3)
Pre-Thesis Independent Study. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 395L Pre-Thesis Independent Study (3)
Pre-Thesis Independent Study. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 395M Pre-Thesis Independent Study (3)
Pre-Thesis Independent Study. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 396 Cooperative Education Work Experience: Parallel (1-3) EXP
Prerequisite(s): CED 220
An art-related work experience supervised by an art faculty coordinator in collaboration with the cooperative education staff. Credit is awarded upon successful completion of the work experience, documentation and evaluation. Evaluation of work performed is on a pass/fail basis. The course may be repeated up to nine credit hours.

ART 495 Thesis (3)
Prerequisite(s): Art majors only; Previous experience and/or advanced work in thesis area
Concurrent requisite(s): ART 400
In-depth independent study, research and application in a specific field of visual art, chosen by the student, approved by the art faculty resulting in a culminating exhibit in the senior year. Required for a degree in art as evidence of the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills acquired at the college level. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 495E Thesis (3)
In-depth independent study, research and application in a specific field of visual art, chosen by the student, approved by the art faculty resulting in a culminating exhibit in the senior year. Required for a degree in art as evidence of the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills acquired at the college level. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 495L Thesis (3)
In-depth independent study, research and application in a specific field of visual art, chosen by the student, approved by the art faculty resulting in a culminating exhibit in the senior year. Required for a degree in art as evidence of the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills acquired at the college level. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 495M Thesis (3)
In-depth independent study, research and application in a specific field of visual art, chosen by the student, approved by the art faculty resulting in a culminating exhibit in the senior year. Required for a degree in art as evidence of the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills acquired at the college level. Learning Contract and Approval of Art Department Chair Required.

ART 496 Co-Op:Alternating(FT) (1-3) EXP
Prerequisite(s): CED 220
An art-related work experience supervised by an art faculty coordinator in collaboration with the cooperative education staff. Credit is awarded upon successful completion of the work experience, documentation and evaluation. Evaluation of work performed is on a pass/fail basis. The course may be repeated up to nine credit hours.

GRD 110 Digital Literacy (3)
Digital Literacy is designed to give you the foundation skills needed to use digital illustration tools and fundamental knowledge of open-source website navigation for portfolio development.

GRD 206 Digital Design (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART/GRD/IAD 103
This course focuses on the computer tools used in graphic design. The student will be introduced to layout, illustration, and image manipulation software, their individual strengths, and how they can be used together. There will be a review of the computing options at the Mount (software & hardware), as well as the output options on and off campus. The applications that will be covered are InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Throughout the semester, production procedures geared toward final output will be covered as well as the concerns and responsibilities of using the computer as a design tool. During the semester the student will do exercises covering the techniques discussed in class. After learning each program the student will do a project which will evaluate their proficiency in using it as both a production and a design tool. The final project will require the use of all three programs together.

GRD 207 Production Design (2)
The focus of this course is advanced InDesign user techniques including multi-page layout design and methodology, ebook development, print, web, PDF's and production. Students will move through the whole process from design to final production. This course is designed for students to problem solve, generate concept sketches, create multiple layouts, illustrate and design. Final production and tight deadlines will start to prepare students for a job in the design industry.

GRD 250 Typography I (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103/Equiv
This course will introduce students to traditional letterform design and typographic composition. Classical type styles will be identified and drawn by hand. An overview of the history typography and letterform design will be investigated.

GRD 253 Digital Illustration (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103/Equiv
This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of digital illustration. It includes exploration of creating imagery using Adobe Illustrator, starting with exercises to learn the software and advancing to varied illustration and graphic design projects.

GRD 255 Graphic Form (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103/Equiv
Graphic Form covers symbolic communication through the generation of both pictorial and abstract visual symbols. Concepts covered in this course include graphic translation, media exploration, communication of content through abstract form, and designing symbol systems. Emphasis is placed on conceptual thinking and visual problem-solving skills. The primary objectives are for the student to develop a variety of solutions to visual communication problems, learn new design methodologies, understand the importance of each step of the design process, employ the design process and develop skills in critical assessment of their own work as well as others.

GRD 270 Web Design (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103/Equiv
Web Design introduces the student to designing for on-screen viewing. The difference between print design and interactive design will be discussed. Through a series of exercises the student will gain the knowledge to design a functional website by the end of the course. Students will work with the software programs Dreamweaver and MUSE while developing a basic understanding of HTML and CSS.

GRD 350 Hand to Pixel (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103 and GRD 104
This workshop explores traditional hand materials with bitmap and vector techniques through a variety of processes. We will look at how these materials can both shape and influence visual communication. Creative exploration is promoted and students must be willing to work beyond the constraints of the computer. Students will complete a series of assignments that investigate different approaches to synthesizing hand and pixel into design pieces of art. This class will cover the creation of elaborate imagery with digital tools (including Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop), and with a variety of hand methods to explore the dynamic interaction between different medias to produce a new expression for communication.

GRD 353 Typography II (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 250/Equiv
This course advances students' understanding and application of the core concepts of typographic organization, including typographic hierarchy, grid systems, designing a series, pacing, flow, and sequential viewing. Emphasis is placed on exploring type and image interaction to give form and meaning to a variety of messages and ideas.

GRD 355 Information Graphics (3)
Prerequisite(s): ART 103/Equiv
This course will introduce third year graphic design students to principles of visual semantics. Students will explore and discover the interaction of ideas, form, and typography through an information graphic. Concepts such as Dynamic Symmetry and Visual Semantics will be thoroughly investigated.

GRD 356 Brand Identity Design (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 355
Brand Identity Design encompasses the symbolic and typographic development of an identity using informed design choices around what a brand should stand for in the hearts and minds of the intended audience. Included in project work for this course is symbol design, logotype design, and evolving the brand identity to print and/or online touchpoints.

GRD 370 Advanced Web & Interactive Design (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 352/Equiv
Advanced Web and Interactive Design will focus on high-end web design and its interactive capabilities. This course is structure for upper level students (junior or above). A basic knowledge of HTML or Adobe Dreamweaver is necessary for this course to be successful for the student. The software program Adobe Flash will be investigated. The student will design and publish to the World Wide Web a sophisticated multi-level Web Site implementing the latest techniques in Motion Graphics.

GRD 396 Co-Op:Parallel (PT) (1-3) EXP
Prerequisite(s): CED 220
An art-related work experience supervised by an art faculty coordinator in collaboration with the cooperative education staff. Credit is awarded upon successful completion of the work experience, documentation and evaluation. Evaluation of work performed is on a pass/fail basis. The course may be repeated up to nine credit hours.

GRD 400 Senior Design Seminar (1)
Prerequisite(s): Senior Status in Graphic Design Program
This capstone seminar is designed to integrate the courses of the Graphic Design major with the core curriculum. Course content will be based upon the following spring's senior degree topic, including studying this theme from the multiple perspectives of the six baccalaureate learning outcomes that have been an integral part of students' college learning experience. Planned activities include reading, research, writing discourse, and presentation. Course learning will serve as the basis for each student's spring senior degree campaign and exhibit. Documented material from this course will also be used to assess program effectiveness.

GRD 400S Serv Lrng:Senior Design Seminar:Capstone (1) EXP
Concurrent requisite(s): GRD 400
Service Learning is an opportunity to engage in service to others while making academic connections to course material. This one credit hour course requires 30 hours of meaningful community service. Students will serve a community partner accomplishing projects relevant to the academic course to which the Service Learning credit is attached. Students will also be required to engage in different forms of reflection such as journaling, group guided reflection, and a one-on-one meeting with the course instructor. Students will develop a greater understanding of social problems, a sense of responsibility to our surrounding communities, and an increased awareness of their own faith and values.

GRD 455 Professional Portfolio (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 356
The development of an identity, design system and collateral pieces for a client; includes emphasis on type & image theory, process work, file preparation and presentation techniques.

GRD 456 Senior Degree Project (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 455
In-depth supervised research and design of a campaign developed by the students from their portfolio of college studies; culminates in these exhibit; includes LAS caption reflection paper.

GRD 470 Web & Interactive Design Seminar (3)
Prerequisite(s): GRD 370 or instructor approval
Students will prepare final program summation. The students will present written and visual documentation of a significant interactive project. Projects and discussions, outside consultants to visit and give advice to the students.

GRD 496 Co-Op:Alternating (FT) (1-3) EXP
Prerequisite(s): CED 220
An art-related work experience supervised by an art faculty coordinator in collaboration with the cooperative education staff. Credit is awarded upon successful completion of the work experience, documentation and evaluation. Evaluation of work performed is on a pass/fail basis. The course may be repeated up to nine credit hours.