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students must take a minimum of six courses, including ART 484 and 487, from the Cornell
College Department of Art and Art History.

Teaching Certification: Students who are interested in pursuing K-12 certification to teach
art should seek admission to the Teacher Education Program. See the Education department
section for application and certification information (pages 109-111).

Minors: Two minors are available. No courses, except ART 103 and ART 104, may be counted
toward more than one minor under the supervision of the Department of Art and Art History.
Transfer students must take at least three courses from the Cornell College Department of Art

and Art History.

Art History Minor: A minimum of six course credits in art and art history which include at least

four art history courses [AH] and two studio art courses [SA]. Individual projects and tutorials
in art history (ART 292 and 392) or studio art (ART 291 and 391) will not be counted toward

fulfillment of the minor.

Studio Art Minor: A minimum of six course credits in art and art history which include at least
four studio art courses [SA], and two art history courses [AH], one of which must be 260, 264,
362, or 363. Individual projects and tutorials in art history (ART 292 and 392) or studio art
(ART 291 and 391) will not be counted toward fulfillment of the minor.

103; 203. Drawing I and II
Interaction with art elements, line, form, space, value, texture, pattern, and color, using limited
media. May be repeated as ART 203 taken with a different instructor. No S/U option. [SA] (Fine

Arts)

104. Studio Art Basics 3D
Introductory-level studio art course exploring art elements, concepts, and history. Three
versions are offered on a rotating basis: 2-D, 3-D, and Photo Imaging. No S/U option. [SA] (Fine
Arts)

151. Art and Culture (W)
A thematic introduction to the subjects of art history, the language, and the methods used in the
discipline, with a specific focus on the relationship of form and content. The course examines
works of art as expressions of social, intellectual, religious, and aesthetic values. No S/U option.

[AH] (Writing Requirement)

207. Photography
An introduction to camera use, black and white film, and darkroom techniques with an
emphasis on photography within an art context. The art department will provide students with a
35mm SLR film camera. Prerequisite: any 100-level studio art course. No S/U option. [SA] (Fine

Arts)

211. Sculpture
The making of three-dimensional art forms using a variety of techniques, primarily with clay,
plaster, and mixed media. Prerequisite: any 100-level studio art course. No S/U option. [SA]
(Fine Arts)

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See Topics Courses. No S/U option. [SA] (Fine Arts)

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