Dec 05, 2021  
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 
    
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.

The following course designations  are not in use at Hunter College for currently offered courses.
 

 

Accounting

Students who have satisfied the requirements of the Hunter BS degree in Accounting (or their equivalent) will have met all course prerequisites other than those indicated below. Students who have not satisfied such requirements will need permission of the program adviser to take any of these courses.

  
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    ECO 66000 - Managerial Economics for Accountants


    The decision making process within the firm through the prism of microeconomics. Topics include optimal pricing strategies, demand forecasting, hiring, and investment decisions. Specific analytical and quantitative tools will be developed.

    prereq: ECO 32100* and either ECO 30000 or ECO 60000. The graduate adviser may waive the ECO 30000/60000 requirement in appropriate circumstances
    * If these courses have not been taken at the time of admission, they may be taken while in the MS program but will not count towards the 30 credits needed to complete the degree.
  
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    ECO 77000 - Research Techniques in Accounting


    The course will clarify the nature of accounting research for the student, and survey important research methods and techniques.

  
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    ECO 77100 - Advanced Financial Accounting Theory


    Coverage will include contemporary financial reporting issues as they relate to FASB’s conceptual framework, financial statement analysis, and specialized accounting areas such as cash flows, accounting for pensions, and employment benefits.

  
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    ECO 77200 - Accounting Information Systems


    An introduction to information systems as they relate to organizational structure, managerial decision-making, and accounting. Topics include accounting systems and design theory, file structure, and the implementation and evaluation of systems.

  
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    ECO 77300 - Advanced Federal Income Taxation


    Coverage will include taxation of estates, gifts, and trusts; advanced topics in corporate and partnership taxation; international tax issues, and tax research techniques.

  
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    ECO 77400 - Advanced Managerial Accounting


    Trains students to help managers obtain and analyze information for decision-making, planning, control and performance evaluation. Topics include new manufacturing environments, cost behavior, inventory costing, budgeting and variance analysis.

  
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    ECO 77500 - Advanced Auditing


    Applies principles covered in undergraduate auditing. Topics include auditing of EDP systems; computer- assisted auditing techniques; and a review of special reports, reports on internal control, accounting and review services; and governmental auditing standards.

  
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    ECO 77600 - Governmental Accounting


    Accounting, reporting, and auditing issues unique to governmental and nonprofit entities, as well as multinational business entities. Special issues related to audits under GAS and for US companies operating internationally will be covered.

  
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    ECO 77700 - State and Local Taxation


    State and local business and personal tax policies of the tri-state region, with an emphasis on New York State and City taxation.

  
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    ECO 78000 - Business Ethics, Communications, and Research Project


    Ethical issues in accountancy will be covered, as well as ethical concerns in marketing, corporate social responsibility, and global operations. Business communication skills will be developed. A capstone research project will be completed.

    prereq: ECO 77000

Anthropology Independent Study or Research

  
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    ANTH 78500 - Independent Study


    Directed research in any of the 4 subdisciplines on topic chosen by student. permission of instructor and grad adviser required prior to registration

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 78600 - Research in Anthropology


    Directed research in any of the 4 subdisciplines on topic chosen by student. permission of instructor and grad adviser required prior to registration

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course. Courses offered upon sufficient student demand

Anthropology Thesis

  
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    ANTH 70600 - Master’s Thesis Seminar


    Individual research under supervision of student’s thesis adviser, limited to students matriculated in the MA program. Credit awarded upon approval of master’s thesis.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Archaeology

  
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    ANTH 75000 - Archaeology (Core Course)


    Introduces basic theory, method, and findings of prehistoric archaeology in an anthropological framework.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 75100 - Seminar in Archaeology


    Each of the following advanced seminars deals with a set of theoretical and methodological topics related to current developments in archaeology: Regional Analysis – a survey and discussion of approaches to the analysis of ancient settlement patterns. Faunal Analysis – an introduction to methods and theoretical problems involved in the use of animal bone evidence for prehistoric economies. Analytical Methods – an introduction to a range of methods of data management and analysis in archaeology; includes training in the use of computer software. Field Methods – an introduction to the problems of practical field research design in archaeology and basic field techniques. Use of basic surveying equipment is covered, with extensive hands-on experience provided.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 75600 - Prehistoric Human Ecology


    Problems in analysis of interaction of human economies and changing natural environments. Archaeological view of human role in various ancient ecosystems.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 75800 - Rise of Civilization


    Theoretical and empirical investigation of evolution of urbanism and state in both hemispheres.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 75900 - Archaeology of Europe


    The following course presents a survey of the archaeology of a particular world region and treats some major questions which arise in that context.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 76000 - Archaeology of Africa


    The following course presents a survey of the archaeology of a particular world region and treats some major questions which arise in that context.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 76100 - Archaeology of Near East


    The following course presents a survey of the archaeology of a particular world region and treats some major questions which arise in that context.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 76200 - Archaeology of New World


    The following course presents a survey of the archaeology of a particular world region and treats some major questions which arise in that context.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 76300 - Archaeology of Mesoamerica


    The following course presents a survey of the archaeology of a particular world region and treats some major questions which arise in that context.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Biological Anthropology

  
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    ANTH 79000 - Biological Anthropology (Core Course)


    An introduction to the biology and evolutionary history of humans, including evolutionary theory, genetics, morphology, primate behavior, sociobiology, and paleontology.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79100 - Seminar in Biological Anthropology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79200 - Human Ecology and Population Dynamics


    From viewpoint of biological anthropology, course examines environmental factors that affect distribution, growth, and senescence of human populations.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79300 - Human Evolutionary Genetics


    Analysis of distribution of contemporary human populations and microevolutionary processes that underlie human variability.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79900 - Human Fossil Record


    Fossil evidence on human evolution from Pliocene Australopithecus to modern Homo sapiens. Considers paleoecology, morphology, chronology, and phylogeny.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Ethnology

  
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    ANTH 70100 - Ethnology (Core Course)


    Surveys history, methods, theory, and basic findings of cultural and social anthropology.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70200 - Seminar in Ethnology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70300 - History of Anthropological Theory


    Treatment of major currents and schools in anthropological thought from 19th century to present.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70700 - Kinship and Social Structure


    Comparative analysis of kinship systems including kinship terminology, descent groups, family and household forms, and various models of explanation.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70800 - Religion and Ideology


    Comparative analysis of religious beliefs and practices, cosmology, and other aspects of ideology, especially in non-Western societies.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71200 - Hunters and Gatherers


    Analyzes both modern and prehistoric foraging societies with particular emphasis on ecological approach.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71500 - Cultural Ecology


    Evolutionary view of interactions of human populations and their environment with emphasis on processes of cultural adaptation.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71600 - Medical Anthropology


    Health and disease viewed comparatively in terms of how societies perceive, explain, prevent, and treat illness.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71800 - Applied Anthropology


    Cross-cultural aspects of development work in U.S. and abroad. Theoretical foundations and practical aspects with emphasis on necessary ancillary skills.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72000 - Political Anthropology


    Examination of different systems of political organization with emphasis on tribal and peasant societies.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72100 - Anthropology of Art


    Comparative study of expressive culture in Western and non-Western societies with special emphasis on plastic arts.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72500 - Sex and Gender in Anthropological Perspective


    Reading and research on human sexual dimorphism, reproductive behavior, and cultural conditioning of gender roles.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72600 - Ethnology of Africa


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72700 - Ethnology of Europe


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72800 - Ethnology of Near East


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 72900 - Ethnology of Southeast Asia


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 73000 - Ethnology of China and East Asia


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 73100 - Ethnology of Caribbean


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 73400 - Ethnology of South America


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 73500 - Ethnology of North American Indians


    The following course presents an ethnographic survey of cultural variation in a specific world region and treats in depth-through readings, guided research, and discussion-some of the major ethnological problems arising in that region.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Linguistics

  
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    ANTH 77000 - Linguistics (Core Course)


    Structure of verbal behavior. Analytic description of phonology, grammar, semantics, pragmatics. Language in social action. Language prehistory.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77100 - Seminar in Linguistics


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77700 - Language and Culture


    Role of language, dialect, and bilingualism in social life, including language of politics, language in education, language variation as related to context, sex, status, topic, etc.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77800 - Seminar in Sociolinguistics


    Selected topics in language and society, such as language and ethnicity, bilingualism, language contact, creole languages, etc.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Anthropology: Courses offered upon sufficient student demand

  
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    ANTH 70400 - Field Research


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70500 - Quantitative Measures


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 70900 - Folklore and Mythology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71000 - Psychological Anthropology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 71100 - Economic Anthropology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77200 - Phonological Analysis and Theory


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77300 - Grammatical Analysis and Theory


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77500 - Linguistic Field Techniques and Methods


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 77600 - Cognitive Anthropology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79400 - Primate Ecology and Behavior


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.
  
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    ANTH 79500 - Primate Paleontology


    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    All students must consult with the graduate adviser before registering for any course.

Art History

 Art History courses serve both MA and MFA student populations

  
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    ARTH 60200 - Research Methods of Art History


    Training in bibliographical materials and research methods through examination of special problems in art history and writing of research paper.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    offered every semester
  
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    ARTH 61900 - Greek Art


    Greek sculpture and painting from Geometric to Hellenistic period. Emphasis on masterpieces of Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic eras.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTH 62000 - Roman Art


    Roman art from Republican period to Age of Constantine. Emphasis on imperial reliefs, portraits, sarcophagi, and wall painting.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    ARTH 62100 - Modern Art I


    Origins and history of modern art in 19th century.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    ARTH 62200 - Modern Art II


    Modern art in 20th century.

    spring only
  
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    ARTH 62300 - Renaissance Art I


    Studies in art of 14th and 15th centuries.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    ARTH 62400 - Renaissance Art II


    Studies in art of 16th century.

  
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    ARTH 62500 - Baroque Art


    Studies in art of 17th century.

  
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    ARTH 63600 - Chinese and Japanese Art


    Studies in Chinese and Japanese painting.

  
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    ARTH 63700 - Medieval Art I


    Studies in art of early Middle Ages.

  
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    ARTH 63800 - Medieval Art II


    Studies in art of later Middle Ages.

    spring only
  
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    ARTH 64100 - Islamic Art


    Art and architecture of Islamic world from Spain to India.

  
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    ARTH 73400 - Theory and Criticism of Art


    Readings in the history of art history and/or critical theory as a background and methodology for current problems in the discipline and in contemporary art criticism.

  
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    ARTH 74000 - Photography in the 19th Century


     Studies in 19th Century photography.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    ARTH 75000 - Photography in the Twentieth Century


    An historical and critical survey of the art of photography in Europe and in the United States from the avant-gardes in the early twentieth century to conceptual art and postmodernism in the 1970s.
     

  
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    ARTH 78000 - Special Topics in Art


    Graduate seminars on specific topics established by individual faculty. Topics in recent years have included Greek Vase Painting, The Islamic Object, Botticelli, Architecture of the Italian Renaissance, Origins of Abstraction, History of Photography, Art and Totalitarianism, Color Theory in Relation to Painting.

  
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    ARTH 78007 - Modern Art III


    Studies in contemporary art.


Art History Independent Research

  
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    ARTH 75500 - Independent Study


    Independent studies in history or theory of art under direction of faculty member.

    Credits 3
  
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    ARTH 79900 - Thesis Research


    Limited to matriculated MA students in art who have completed 20 grad cr. Independent research toward MA thesis under direction of faculty member.


Studio Art - Tutorials

  
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    ARTCR 61100 - Advanced Painting I


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in painting only
  
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    ARTCR 61200 - Advanced Painting II


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in painting only
  
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    ARTCR 61300 - Advanced Painting III


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in painting only
  
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    ARTCR 62100 - Advanced Sculpture I


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Development of creative expression in sculpture, including research projects in various media.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 62200 - Advanced Sculpture II


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Development of creative expression in sculpture, including research projects in various media.




    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 62300 - Advanced Sculpture III


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Development of creative expression in sculpture, including research projects in various media.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 62500 - Advanced Graphic Arts I


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Woodcut (black and white and color) printing. Soft ground and hard ground etching. Aquatint. Line engraving on metal. Dry point. Color printing with metal; surface printing offset, and intaglio color from traditional to latest experimental methods.




    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in graphics only
  
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    ARTCR 62600 - Advanced Graphic Arts II


    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 62700 - Advanced Graphic Arts III


    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 62900 - Combined Media


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Tutorial in various experimental media such as environmental, conceptual, film, video, etc.




    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 63100 - Advanced Photography I


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Advanced projects in photography ranging from photojournalism through formal and experimental multimedia imagery.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in photography only
  
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    ARTCR 63200 - Advanced Photography II


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Advanced projects in photography ranging from photojournalism through formal and experimental multimedia imagery.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in photography only
  
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    ARTCR 63300 - Advanced Photography III


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member. Advanced projects in photography ranging from photojournalism through formal and experimental multimedia imagery.




    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in photography only
  
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    ARTCR 63500 - Advanced Ceramics I


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in clay and casting only
  
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    ARTCR 63600 - Advanced Ceramics II


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in clay and casting only
  
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    ARTCR 63700 - Advanced Ceramics III


    Individual tutorial with full-time faculty member.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    MFA majors in clay and casting only

Studio Art - Seminars

Corequirement: All seminars are to be taken simultaneously with a tutorial in the student’s area of concentration.  See Studio Art -Tutorials listings.

  
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    ARTCR 65100 - Seminar in Two-dimensional Art I


    A weekly seminar to discuss students’ work and related topics.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 65200 - Seminar in Two-dimensional Art II


    A weekly seminar to discuss students’ work and related topics.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    ARTCR 65300 - Seminar in Two-dimensional Art III


    A weekly seminar to discuss students’ work and related topics.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
 

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