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COURSES OF INSTRUCTION

Both graduate and undergraduate students are allowed to enroll in 400/500 level courses. To receive graduate credit towards the master’s degree for a “500” level course the graduate student must do special work in addition to that required of undergraduate students. “500” level course descriptions are found in the General Catalog under the corresponding “400” level course.

Courses numbered 600 and above are for graduate students only. For the master’s degree a minimum of fifty per cent of the courses in the major field must be “600” level courses. For the Educational Specialist degree a minimum of fifty per- cent of the courses must be in “700” level courses; no “500” level courses are acceptable for the Educational Specialist degree.

College of Arts and Sciences

INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM HUM 500. SEMINAR IN _______________. 3

GREAT BOOKS PROGRAM

GBK 501. THE CLASSICAL TRADITION. 3

GBK 502. THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN TRADITION. 3

GBK 503. THE BEGINNINGS OF THE MODERN WORLD. 3

GBK 504. THE MODERN WORLD. 3

DEPARTMENT OF ART

ART 501. ART HISTORY. 3 ART 503. MODERN ART IN EUROPE AND AMERICA. 3 ART 504. FIELD STUDY IN ART. 3 or 6 ART 506. FIBER DESIGN I. 3 ART 507. FIBER DESIGN II. 3 ART 508. FIBER DESIGN III. 3 ART 509. FIBER DESIGN IV. 3 ART 520. GREEK AND ROMAN ART. 3 ART 521. RENAISSANCE ART. 3

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