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ART 204. Jewelry and Metalsmithing I. 3 Credits.

This studio course is an investigation into the tools, techniques, and processes fundamental to the designing and fabrication of contemporary wearable and non-wearable art executed predominantly in precious/semi-precious metal. The principles will be practiced and studied through individual projects, leading to proficiency for the making of body adornments, holloware, and simple fabricated objects. Appropriate art safety instruction will be included. F,S.

Biology (Biol)

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...Honors Program College of Arts and Sciences Degree...of the following: ANAT 204 & 204L Anatomy for...

Nursing (Nurs)

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...Labs) Anatomy 204 (Human Anatomy) and 204 Lab...9 credits of Fine Arts and Humanities and...

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...Theatre (site of Theatre Arts Department and touring...in Twamley Hall, Room 204. Parking regulations apply...

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