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Arranging & Composition | MUAP | 1292

For courses numbered 11xx and 12xx, thes are Freshman level, one-half hour lesson and one-hour lessons per week, respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture).

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Arranging and Composition I | MUSI | 1386

Discussion and practical applications in arranging and composing for various types of musical ensembles and styles. Further study in orchestration.

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Arranging and Composition II | MUSI | 2386

Arranging and composition projects including composition and copying. Composition techniques using sound synthesis, mid-sequencing and sampling techniques. Additional projects may include song writing, show writing, jingles, video and film.

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Art Appreciation | ARTS | 1301

A general introduction to the visual arts designed to create an appreciation of the vocabulary, media, techniques, and purposes of the creative process. Students will critically interpret and evaluate works of art within formal, cultural, and historical contexts. This introduction to the visual arts is a global investigation of artistic styles, methods of artistic production and media. Various works will be analyzed and defined in relation to the formal elements and the principles of design. Universal themes are studied within their historical, political, economic, theological, sociological, conceptual, and ethnic contexts. Students will also develop critical thinking and observational skills through the creation of hands-on art projects. This course satisfies the creative arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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Art For 2D Games | GAME | 1378

Introduction to industry tools for the purpose of creating 2D game assets for gaming and simulation. Includes the art of spriting, 2D animation, 2D texturing, color theory, image manipulation, custom user interface, weapon designs, character design, heads up display, game user interface, file formatting , proper importing and exporting for games, understanding of design principles for games and marketing for games

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Art History I (Prehistoric to the 14th Century) | ARTS | 1303

A chronological analysis of the historical and cultural contexts of the visual arts from prehistoric times to the 14th century. This course is a global investigation of the styles and methods of artistic production covering Prehistoric through Gothic periods. Media studied include: drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, printmaking, textiles, ceramics, and metal arts. Using this framework, universal themes are studied within their historical, political, economic, theological, sociological, and ethnic contexts. This course satisfies the fine arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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Art History II (14th Century to the Present) | ARTS | 1304

A chronological analysis of the historical and cultural contexts of the visual arts from the 14th century to the present day. This course is a global investigation of the styles and methods of artistic production covering the Renaissance period to Present. Media studied include: drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, printmaking, textiles, ceramics, metal arts, photography, and digital arts. Using this framework, universal themes are studied within their historical, political, economic, theological, sociological, conceptual and ethnic contexts. ARTS 1303 is not a prerequisite. This course satisfies the fine arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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Art Metals I | ARTS | 2341

Exploration of ideas using basic techniques in jewelry and metal construction. Fundamentals of jewelry construction including design, fabrication, surface treatment, and stone setting.

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Art Metals II | ARTS | 2342

A continuation of ARTS 2341 with emphasis on individual expression, design and further material exploration. Art Metals I is a prerequisite for Art Metals II.

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Artistry of Hair, Theory and Practice | CSME | 1451

Instruction in the artistry of hair design. Topics include theory, techniques, and application of hair design.

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