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Music (Musc)

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College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Music...program must submit a 250-word (minimum) writing...

Biology (Biol)

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...Honors Program College of Arts and Sciences Degree...enrolled in T&L 250 Introduction to Education...

Art and Design

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The Art and Design Department provides opportunities for both the potential professional practitioner and the appreciator to study in the various disciplines and media of the visual arts. The broad categories are: two-dimensional (drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and graphic design), three-dimensional (ceramics, sculpture and jewelry and metalsmithing), art history, and art education. A core of study in the foundations of the visual arts is followed by the development of skills and technical knowledge in the various media. These are prerequisite to the ultimate objective of nurturing growth in conceptual ability and creative production. The Art and Design department’s faculty are highly qualified and dedicated teachers, who are also seriously committed to professional productivity in their respective art disciplines. The Edmund Hughes Fine Arts Center provides more than 35,000 square feet for specialized studios and opportunities for work in visual arts media.

Chemistry (Chem)

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Graduate Study College of Arts and Sciences Teacher...enrolled in T&L 250 Introduction to Education...

Nursing (Nurs)

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...270 or Developmental Psychology 250 Microbiology 202/lab...9 credits of Fine Arts and Humanities and...

Electrical Engineering (EE)

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...either the Arts & Humanities or the Social Sciences. Ethics Elective choices: PHIL 250 Ethics in...

Mechanical Engineering (ME)

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...skills. State-of-the-art computer software is...Integrity in Engineering / PHIL 250 Ethics in Engineering...

International Studies (A&S)

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College of Arts and Sciences B.A. with...Regional Geography 3 GEOG 250 Introduction to Geopolitics...

Mathematics (Math)

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College of Arts and Sciences B.S. with...while taking T&L 250 Introduction to Education...

Psychology

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...M.S.), Master of Arts (M.A.) and...Introduction to Psychology , PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology , PSYC...

Electrical Engineering

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...either the Arts Humanities or the Social Sciences. Ethics Elective choices: Phil 250 (AH, Humanities...

Mechanical Engineering

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...Arts Humanities if taking ME 370 or ChE 340 / Social Science if taking PHIL 250...

A&S 250. Arts & Sciences. 1-4 Credits.

Repeatable to 21 credits.

ART 250. Ceramics: Handbuilding. 3 Credits.

Introduction to ceramics techniques. A beginning course for majors. Proficiency in the basic hand forming processes and glazing techniques and an understanding of the clay and firing processes are achieved through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and readings. Appropriate art safety instruction will be included. F,S.

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264 Centennial Drive Stop 8382
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8382