Art (Computer Graphic)

Name Title Credits School
ARTC 801 Graduate Critique/Thesis Orientation 3 College of Arts & Sciences
Students will learn to write about the critical evaluation of their project and all supporting research, development, and project plans. The written thesis and supporting documentation will be presented to the faculty for final review. In the thesis exhibition, students will present their work in a professional manner. The exhibition will give candidates the opportunity to display their work and projects for public viewing. After fulfilling all master thesis requirements, the student becomes a candidate for graduation.

ARTC 851 Thesis Proposal 3 College of Arts & Sciences
In this course, all candidates must create a design for a functional thesis that will be accomplished during their course of studies. The Master's Thesis Project is on a subject of the candidate's own design. The Design Proposal must be presented and accepted by the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee before the student proceeds to Graduate Studio.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: ARTC 801, ARTC 802 or ARTC 803

ARTC 852 Thesis Proposal 3 College of Arts & Sciences
In this course, all candidates must create a design for a functional thesis that will be accomplished during their course of studies. The Master's Thesis Project is on a subject of the candidate's own design. The Design Proposal must be presented and accepted by the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee before the student proceeds to Graduate Studio.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: ARTC 801, ARTC 802 or ARTC 803

ARTC 853 Thesis Proposal 3 College of Arts & Sciences
In this course, all candidates must create a design for a functional thesis that will be accomplished during their course of studies. The Master's Thesis Project is on a subject of the candidate's own design. The Design Proposal must be presented and accepted by the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee before the student proceeds to Graduate Studio.

Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: ARTC 801, ARTC 802 or ARTC 803

ARTC 861 Graduate Studio 3 College of Arts & Sciences
Graduate Studio is an advanced course for graduate students to carry out independent projects of their own design, with an emphasis on self-directed creative work. Students should be equipped with the appropriate knowledge of their specialization by the time they enter this course. Content for the project is selected by the student under guidance of the professor. This is a repeatable course. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

ARTC 871 Thesis Paper and Exhibition 2 College of Arts & Sciences
Students will learn to write a critical evaluation of their project. Students must create a concise written thesis describing the conceptual basis of their project and include all supporting research,development, and project plans. The written thesis will be of adequate length to fully describe and represent the thesis project, (suggested length is I 0 - 25 pages). The written thesis and supporting documentation must be submitted in a professional manner in both archival and digital formats for publication, presentation and distribution including the Internet. Thesis candidates must formally present their artwork in a professional manner at various stages for review. All final Master of Fine Arts thesis projects will be fully documented in a thesis project package and submitted in both digital and archival publishable formats. All submitted work will be presentation ready . All candidates must give a final oral presentation of their work to the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee, faculty and students. All candidates must participate in a Master's Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition will give candidates the opportunity to display their work and projects for public viewing. Upon acceptance of all requirements by The Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee the student becomes a candidate for graduation. Classroom Hours- and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits 2-0-2

ARTC 872 Thesis Paper and Exhibition 2 College of Arts & Sciences
Students will learn to write a critical evaluation of their project. Students must create a concise written thesis describing the conceptual basis of their project and include all the supporting research, development, and project plans. The written thesis will be of adequate length to fully describe and represent the thesis project (suggested length is 10 - 25 pages) The written thesis and supporting documentation must be submitted in a professional manner in both archival and digital formats for publication , presentation and distribution including that Internet. Thesis candidates must formally present their artwork in a professional manner at various stages for review. All final Master of Fine Arts thesis projects will be fully documented in a thesis project package and submitted in both digital and archival published formats. All submitted work will be presentation ready. All candidates must participate in a Master's Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition will give candidates the opportunity to display their work and projects for public viewing. Upon acceptance of all requirements by Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee the student becomes a candidate for graduation. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 2-0-2

ARTC 873 Thesis Paper and Exhibition 2 College of Arts & Sciences
Students will learn to write a critical evaluation of their project. Students must create a concise written thesis describing the conceptual basis of their project and include all supporting research, development, and project plans. The written thesis will be of adequate length to fully describe and represent the thesis project, (suggested length is 10 - 25 pages). The written thesis and supporting documentation must be submitted in a professional manner in both archival and digital formats for publication, presentation and distribution including the I internet. Thesis candidates must formally present their artwork in a professional manner at various stages for review. All final Master of Fine Arts thesis projects will be fully documented in a thesis project package and submitted in both digital and archival publishable formats. All submitted work will be presentation ready. All candidates must give a final oral presentation of their work to the Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee, faculty and students. All candidates must participate in a Master's Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition will give candidates the opportunity to display their work and projects for public viewing. Upon acceptance of all requirements by The Graduate Faculty Thesis Review Committee the student becomes a candidate for graduation. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits 2-0-2