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16th-Century Counterpoint

Study of compositional approaches in the 16th and 18th century including species counterpoint and fugue.
Course #
MPATC-GE 2018
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

16th-Century Counterpoint

Study of compositional approaches in the 16th and 18th centuries including species counterpoint and fugue.
Course #
MPATC-UE 1018
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

18th-Century Counterpoint

Study of compositional approaches in the 18th century. Students will engage with 18th-century practice through analysis and model composition.
Course #
MPATC-GE 2019
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

18th-Century Counterpoint

Study of compositional approaches in the 18th century. Students will engage with 18th-century practice through analysis and model composition.
Course #
MPATC-UE 1019
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

19th Century Fashion: Sources and Methods

Beginning with the establishment of the Consulate of 1799 and ending with the 1900 Paris Exposition, the course examines the striking political, economic, and social change of the 19th century. Topics include luxury dress as part of Napoleon's imperial agenda, the dandy in England and France, the rise of the middle class and the proliferation of fashion periodicals and etiquette manuals, the establishment of the couture and the department store, dress reform and aesthetic dress in England and America.
Course #
ARCS-GE 2062
Credits
3
Department
Art and Art Professions

20th Century Fashion

Examines the evolution of fashionable dress and practices from 1900 to the 1980s, investigating high style as well as mainstream fashion, changing materials and silhouette, and the interplay between fashion and the arts. Original research via primary materials including museum objects, periodicals, designer archives, and film is emphasized, as the class explores the dynamics of dress in the international culture of the 20th century through lectures, readings and discussions.
Course #
ARCS-GE 2063
Credits
3
Department
Art and Art Professions

2D Fundamentals

An exploration in the studio of a variety of contemporary processes, techniques, and experiences in drawing with a variety of making implements. Assigned independent work, term project, and field trips to galleries and museums.
Course #
ART-UE 107
Credits
4
Department
Art and Art Professions

2D Fundamentals II

An exposure to and exploration of a variety of contemporary processes, techniques, and experiences in drawing in a wide array of drawing media. Assignments include directed work, independent work, projects, critiques, field trips to galleries and museums and includes projects in color theory. This course in a continuation of ART-UE 107.
Course #
ART-UE 108
Credits
4
Department
Art and Art Professions

3D Audio

An interdisciplinary course about the theory, techniques and applications of 3D and spatial audio. Topics include the psychoacoustics of directional hearing, physical acoustics of spatial sound, stereo and multi-speaker sound reproduction, and spatial sound applications in virtual reality and other fields.
Course #
MPATE-GE 2613
Credits
3
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

3D Fundamentals I

Explores the medium of sculpture through the principles of three-dimensional design and the concepts that drive developments in contemporary art. Projects may include welding, mold making, and the use of wood working tools, as well as the use of sculpture as costume, performance, environment, or kinetic form. Students use a variety of materials from wood and cardboard to metal, plaster, and found objects to expand their understanding of form and space.
Course #
ART-UE 211
Credits
3
Department
Art and Art Professions

3D Fundamentals II

Explores the medium of sculpture through the principles of three-dimensional design and the concepts that drive developments in contemporary art. Projects may include welding, mold making, and the use of wood working tools, as well as the use of sculpture as costume, performance, environment, or kinetic form. Students use a variety of materials from wood and cardboard to metal, plaster, and found objects to expand their understanding of form and space. This course is a continuation of ART-UE 211.
Course #
ART-UE 212
Credits
3
Department
Art and Art Professions

4D Fundamentals I

Course introduces student artists to the 4th dimensional concepts of TIME and MOVEMENT as the necessary building blocks of Art created by Photography, Video, Digital and Performance medias. Students will explore the attributes of TIME and MOVEMENT through project assignments that use the methods of photography, video, digital, and performance art. The course also includes a brief art history of 4D concepts spanning a wide array of subject matter from cave painting to contemporary art.
Course #
ART-UE 314
Credits
4
Department
Art and Art Professions

4D Fundamentals II

Course builds on 4D Fundamentals I focusing on TIME, MOVEMENT and BODY together as the foundational basis for advanced art making using various medias. Concepts of MOVEMENT develop into an examination of the BODY as a means to create art. Students will explore each concept using the methods of photography, video, digital and performance. Course includes a brief art history of the BODY spanning an array of subject matter from cave painting through Surrealism to contemporary performance artists.
Course #
ART-UE 315
Credits
Department
Art and Art Professions

Abnormal Psychology

Classification, etiology, symptoms, and treatment of major psychological disorders, including anxiety, mood, eating, substance-related, sexual and gender identity, cognitive, personality, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders as well as disorders associated with childhood.
Course #
APSY-GE 2038
Credits
3
Department
Applied Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

Theories, conceptions, and descriptions of psychopathology with an emphasis on the interrelationship of diagnosis and treatment, theories of symptoms formation, and criteria of normality.
Course #
APSY-UE 1038
Credits
4
Department
Applied Psychology

Academic Achievement Gaps: Socio-Psychological Dynamics

Focuses on understanding the central issues leading to academic achievement gaps between different social groups in America. Topics include: biological, structural, cultural, and psychological factors in gaps between African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, and Caucasians in terms of test and school performance; gender differences in math and science achievement; and policy and educational interventions shown to reduce achievement gaps.
Course #
APSY-GE 2345
Credits
Department
Applied Psychology

Accessible Design of Digital Media

This introductory course teaches students how to make digital media accessible to people with disabilities. Emphasis on audio, video, digital documents, web design, and software applications. Students are expected to read and comment on current scholarly papers and learn industry-standard tools and techniques for creating accessible media. Classes include topic introductions, current research, and hands-on work with students' own media as well as professional examples.
Course #
MPATE-GE 2018
Credits
3
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

Acoustic Phonetics

A broad-based study of acoustic phonetics including acoustic theory and measurement; distinctive feature systems; integration of physiologic and perceptual characteristics with concomitant acoustic features.
Course #
CSCD-UE 1202
Credits
4
Department
Communicative Sciences and Disorders

Acting I for Singers

A Stanislavski based course introducing fundamental acting technique and stage convention through the integration of improvisation, monologs, scene study, speech and movement.
Course #
MPAVP-UE 1141
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions

Acting II for Singers

Continuation of skills and concepts introduced in Acting I for Singers with an increased focus on character development, interaction and heightened language.
Course #
MPAVP-UE 1142
Credits
2
Department
Music and Performing Arts Professions