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Degree Requirements

NOTE: The degree requirements listed below are applicable to all students entering during academic year 2016-2017. Students who entered during a previous academic year should view the degree requirements in their entering year catalog in the catalog archives. Students who wish to switch to the 2016-17 major and minor requirements should submit a new Declaration of Major or Declaration of Minor form to the M Center.

Art & Technology Major, Art Concentration
Art & Technology Major, Technology Concentration
Art & Technology Minor, Art Concentration

Art Concentration
(a minimum of 42 semester course credits)

Required:

Electronic Arts

IART 119 Electronic Arts (4)

IART 120 Advanced Electronic Arts (4)

IART 143 History of Intermedia and Electronic Art (3)

IART 147 Video I (4)

IART 148 Video II (4)

MUS 161 Sound Techniques of Recording (3)

Senior Requirement

IART 191 Senior Seminar: Intermedia (3)

IART 192 Senior Portfolio and Exhibition (1)

And select 2 media theory/history semester course credits from the following:

ARTH 138 Contemporary Art (4)

ARTH 139 History of Performance Art (4)

DNC 165 Modern to Contemporary Performance: History, Theory, and Practice (3)

MUS 101 20th-Century Styles and Techniques I: 1900–1945 (3)

MUS 121 Film Music: Mood and Meaning (3)

And select 1 collaboration/performance course from the following:

ARTH 139 History of Performance Art (4)

DNC 034 Dance Improvisation (2)

DNC 037 Introduction to Choreography (2)

DNC 196 Digital Performance (2)

MUS 159 Seminar in Musical Performance, Composition, and Improvisation (4)

And a minimum of 8 credits from the following, in conjunction with faculty advisor (electives may also be chosen from all courses listed above):

ARTS 007 (107) Three-Dimensional Concepts (3)

ARTS 143 Contemporary Photographic Practice I (4)

BOOK 113 Artists' Books: Concept, Content, Form (3)

CS 063 Introduction to Computer Science (4)

DNC 005 (105) Elementary Modern Dance (1)

DNC 107 Intermediate Modern Dance (1)

DNC 109 Advanced Modern Dance (1)

ETHS 114 African Diasporic Representations in Film (4)

ETHS 173 Celluloid Native: American Indians in Film (4)

ETHS 188 Film, Color, and Culture: Images of People of Color in Cinema (4)

IART 110 IART 110 Intro to Visual and Sound Programming (3)

IART 120 Advanced Electronic Arts (4)

IART 149 Advanced Video Programming (3)

MUS 014 (114) Musics of the World: The Pacific, Asia, and India (3)

MUS 015 (115) Musics of the World: Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Americas (3)

MUS 147 Introduction to Electronic Music (4)

MUS 154 Introduction to Computer Music (4)

MUS 163 The World of Opera (3)

MUS 164 Advanced Audio Recording (3)

MUS 165 Sound Art (3)

MUS 170 African American Music (3)

PSYC 134 Visual Thinking (3)

PSYC 156 Cognitive Psychology (3)

SOC 128 Geographic Information Systems and Sociological Geography (3)


Technology Concentration
(a minimum of 41 semester course credits)

Required Core Courses:

CS 063 Intro to Computer Science (4)

CS 064 Computer Concepts and Intermediate Programming (4)

CS 124 Data Structures and Algorithms (4)

IART 120 Advanced Electronic Arts (4)

MATH 004 Discrete Math (4)

MUS 154 Introduction to Computer Music (4)

IART 110 Introduction to Visual and Sound Programming (3)

IART 149 Advanced Video Programming (3)

Select two courses from the following:

CS 115 Mobile Application Development (4)

CS 170 Software Engineering (4)

CS 186 Web Programming (4)

DATA 060 Data Visualization (3)

DNC 196 Live and Media Performance (2)

IART 147 Video (4)

IART 119 Electronic Arts (4)

Select two elective courses from the following (classes from the selections above may be taken as electives as well):

CS 114 Programming Languages (4)

CS 131 Computer Networks (4)

DNC 131 Dance on Camera (3)

IART 143 History of Electronic Arts (3)

IART 180 Advanced Circuitry for Electronic Arts (4)

MUS 147 Introduction to Electronic Music (4)

MUS 161 Sound Techniques (3)

MUS 251 Seminar in Computer Music (4)

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Art Concentration Minor

(a minimum of 20 semester course credits)

The art concentration minor consists of 20 semester credits, with at least one course taken in each of the following categories: electronic arts, video, sound, media theory and history, collaboration and performance, and elective. Courses listed in the first five categories may also be taken as electives. All students pursuing the minor must take IART 119 Electronic Arts, which may also be repeated once as an elective. Student have the option of choosing from a range of different courses to fulfill the rest of the requirement.

Select one course from each category:

Electronic Arts

IART 119 Electronic Arts (4)

Video

IART 147 Video I (4)

IART 148 Video II (4)

Sound

MUS 047 (147) Introduction to Electronic Music (4)

MUS 054 (154) Introduction to Computer Music (4)

MUS 161 Sound Techniques of Recording (3)

MUS 164 Advanced Audio Recording (3)

MUS 165 Sound Art (3)

Media Theory and History

ARTH 138 Contemporary Art (4)

ARTH 139 History of Performance Art (4)

DNC 165 Modern to Contemporary Performance: History, Theory, and Practice (3)

IART 143 History of Intermedia and Electronic Art (3)

MUS 101 20th-Century Styles and Techniques I: 1900–1945 (3)

MUS 121 Film Music: Mood and Meaning (3)

Collaboration and Performance

ARTH 139 History of Performance Art (4)

DNC 034 Dance and Improvisation (2)

DNC 037 Introduction to Choreography (2)

DNC 196 Live and Media Performance (2)

MUS 159 Seminar in Musical Performance, Composition, and Improvisation (3)

Electives

ARTS 007 (107) Three-Dimensional Concepts (3)

ARTS 143 Contemporary Photographic Practice I (4)

BOOK 113 Artists' Books: Concept, Content, Form (3)

CS 063 Introduction to Computer Science (4)

DNC 005 (105) Contemporary Dance (1; 1)

DNC 107 Intermediate Modern Dance (1)

DNC 109 Advanced Modern Dance (1)

ETHS 114 African Diasporic Representations in Film (4)

ETHS 173 Celluloid Native: American Indians in Film (4)

ETHS 188 Film, Color, and Culture: Images of People of Color in Cinema (4)

MUS 014 (114) Musics of the World: The Pacific, Asia, and India (3)

MUS 015 (115) Musics of the World: Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Americas (3)

MUS 113 Intermedia Collaborations (3)

MUS 163 The World of Opera (3)

MUS 170 African American Music (3)

PSYC 134 Visual Thinking (3)

PSYC 156 Cognitive Psychology (3)

SOC 128 Geographic Information Systems and Sociological Geography (3)

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Last Updated: 3/31/16