Fine Arts - complete 3 credits
- Demonstrate technical skills and knowledge necessary to create or perform artistic functions, or understand the historical and cultural sources of an art form.
- Develop historical, stylistic and cultural and aesthetic knowledge necessary to create art or performance in diverse styles within the genre of the course or demonstrate knowledge of terminology and techniques used in an art form to be conversant about such issues.
- Synthesize skills and contextual knowledge in performance/creation of artistic works and knowledge of societal influences on art, or demonstrate knowledge of art as an agent of cultural expression and societal change and to use appropriate methods to evaluate quality of an art form.
Fine Arts 3 History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern Design Methods Two-Dimensional Design Concepts and Issues of Modern Art Introduction to Ceramics Introduction to Jewelry/Metals Art and Ideas Modern American Culture World Art Women, Art and Image History of Photography Understanding the Arts Instrumental Lessons 1 Instrumental Lessons 2 Instrumental Lessons 3 Instrumental Lessons 4 Instrumental Lessons 5 Instrumental Lessons 6 Instrumental Lessons 7 Instrumental Lessons 8 Survey of Western Music Popular Music Since 1955 Women in the Performing Arts World Music Jazz History Musical Theatre History Jazz Combo Jazz Ensemble Woodwind Ensemble Brass Ensemble Contemporary Percussion Ensemble New Music Ensemble Chamber Singers Vocal Jazz Ensemble Opera Studio Hand Drumming Ensemble Concert Band Concert Choir Chorale Jazz Combo Jazz Ensemble Woodwind Ensemble Brass Ensemble Contemporary Percussion Ensemble New Music Ensemble Chamber Singers Vocal Jazz Ensemble Opera Studio Hand Drumming Ensemble Concert Band Concert Choir Chorale Introduction to Theatre Arts Jazz Dance I 2 Acting I Ballet I 2 Period Dance Styles 2 American Musical Theatre Dance 2 Modern Dance I 2 Tap Dance I 2 First Year Applied Musical Theatre Voice UWGB Meets NYC: New York Theatre Trip Jazz Dance II 2 Tap Dance II 2 Theatre History I:Greek to Elizabethan Theatre History II: 17th Century to Realism Theatre History III: 20th Century and Contemporary Production Practicum: Crews 2 Production Practicum: Performance 2 Production Practicum: Scene Shop 2 Production Practicum: Costume Shop 2 Dance History 1
Ensembles (University Chorus, Concert Choir, Collegium Musicum, Chorale, Symphonic Band, Jazz Combo, Wind Ensembles, New Music, Jazz, Vocal, Vocal Jazz, Woodwind, Brass, Guitar, Hand Drumming, and Contemporary Percussion)
Repeatable courses. For purposes of general education, each course may be repeated for a total of 3 credits.