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ART 693 - Individual Studies in Art History

(3 units)
Tutorial on independent basis arranged with departmental tutor/advisor. (Registration within any independent study course is permitted upon written request to the department which includes three copies of a statement of objectives, the specific goals and indicates the scope of the student’s plans. A paper, a full report or an exhibit of work produced is required.)

Maximum units a student may earn: 6

Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Independent Study: 3
Offered: Every Fall and Spring

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. describe and recognize in verbal and written form the formal qualities of a work of art as a means to understand how technical and compositional components function as one level of interpretation.
2. identify and critically apply a wide range of Art Historical methodologies that impact the way we study, receive, and ultimately understand a work of art.
3. effectively compose written assessments in the form of short writing assignments and research paper the cultural and historical significance of select works of art.
4. articulate in verbal and written form relationships between works of art and their cultural context.
5. compare and contrast works of art from different artists, time periods, cultures, and geographies.
6. critically apply in verbal and written form historical analysis, with emphasis on understanding the social history of art production.


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