Fine Arts

The Department of Fine Arts offers programs in Art, Digital Media Studies, Music, and Theatre. The department offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art ( Studio Art or with Teacher Certification), a Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media Studies (with an emphasis in Media Production or Game Design), a Bachelor of Arts in Music (with an emphasis in Jazz Studies, Music Business, or Musical Theatre), a Bachelor of Music degree with Teacher Certification, a Bachelor of Music in Performance degree, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre (with a Generalist emphasis, with Teacher certification, or with an emphasis in Musical Theatre). The department also offers a graduate degree, the Master of Music in Music Education, and there is an option for the Accelerated BM to MM in 5 Years degree (combines the Bachelor of Music with the Master of Music in which both degrees can be completed within 5 years).

The department also offers minors in the following areas: Art, Digital Media Studies, Jazz Studies, Music, Music Business, Musical Theatre, and Theatre, and certificates in Music Business and Jazz Studies.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre

Required Courses
General Education Requirements42
ENGL 1301 [shared] [WI] Composition I
ENGL 1302 [shared] [WI] Composition II
Sophomore Literature [shared]
Select one of the following [shared]:
Introduction to Speech Communication
Public Speaking
Business and Professional Speaking
DRAM 1351Acting I3
DRAM 1220Theatre Practicum 2
DRAM 1220Theatre Practicum 2
DRAM 1108Production Crafts Practicum1
DRAM 1108Production Crafts Practicum1
DRAM 1341Makeup3
DRAM 1330Stagecraft I3
DRAM 2331Stagecraft II3
DRAM 2361 [shared] History of the Theatre I
DRAM 2362History of the Theatre II3
DRAM 3300Scene Design and Construction3
DRAM 3301Costume Design and Construction3
DRAM 3302Directing3
DRAM 4300Shakespeare3
DRAM 4304 [WI] Dramatic Theory & Criticism3
DRAM 4307Theatre Management3
FINA 3301 [WI] The Arts in Contemporary Society3
Total Hours84
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Theatre Generalist
DRAM 2333Theatrical Drawing and Drafting3
DRAM 4384Internship3
Advanced DRAM Electives12
Advanced Electives10
Foreign Language8
Total Hours36
Theatre Education
DRAM 3303Lighting for the Theatre3
DRAM 3304Sound for the Theatre3
DRAM 3305Theatre for Young People3
DRAM 3373Theatre for the Classroom3
EDUC 3321 [WI] Foundations of Teaching: Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDUC 4331Instructional Strategies for Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDSP 4361Teaching Strategies for Adolescent Students with Learning Disabilities3
EDUC 4335 Issues of Professionalism3
EDUC 4690Clinical Teaching6
READ 3351 [WI] Content Area Literacy3
Choose one of the following:3
Child Development: Theory, Research, and Practice
Child Psychology
Educational Psychology
Foreign Language4
Total Hours40
Musical Theatre
DRAM 1352Acting II3
DRAM 3271Musical Theatre Dance I2
DRAM 3272Musical Theatre Dance II2
DRAM 4302Directing II3
DRAM 4384Internship3
Advanced DRAM electives6
MUAP 1231Applied Music for Majors2
MUAP 1232Applied Music for Majors2
MUAP 2231Applied Music for Majors2
MUAP 2232Applied Music for Majors2
MUAP 3231Applied Music for Majors2
MUSI 1116Aural Skills I1
MUSI 1311Music Theory I3
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1
Total Hours36

Additional Information for All Theatre Majors

All theatre majors must receive an overall grade of C or better in any theatre course that applies to their degree.

In addition, all theatre students should become familiar with the current Theatre Major Handbook and abide by the policies and procedures therein.

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art

The Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art

Required Courses
General Education Requirements 142
ENGL 1301 [shared] [WI] Composition I
ENGL 1302 [shared] [WI] Composition II
Sophomore Literature [Shared]
ARTS 1303 [shared] Art History I
ARTS 1304Art History II3
ARTS 1311Design I3
ARTS 1312Design II3
ARTS 1316Drawing I3
ARTS 1317Drawing II3
ARTS 2316Painting I3
ARTS 2348Digital Art I3
ARTS 2326Sculpture I3
ARTS 2356Photography I3
ARTS 3332Contemporary Movements in Art3
ARTS 3333Art History of the Non-Western World3
ARTS 4390 [WI] Art/ Digital Media Portfolio Capstone I3
FINA 3301 [WI] The Arts in Contemporary Society3
Total Hours81
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Studio Art
ARTS 4371Advanced Studio Production3
Advanced ARTS Electives21
Electives3
Advanced Electives12
Total Hours39
Teacher Certification
Choose one of the following [Shared]:
Introduction to Speech Communication
Public Speaking
Business and Professional Speaking
ARTS 3311Experimental Media Studio3
ARTS 3341Painting II3
ARTS 3351Sculpture II3
ARTS 3310Introduction to Art Education3
Advanced ARTS Electives3
EDUC 3321 [WI] Foundations of Teaching: Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDSP 4361Teaching Strategies for Adolescent Students with Learning Disabilities3
EDUC 4331Instructional Strategies for Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDUC 4335 Issues of Professionalism3
EDUC 4690Clinical Teaching6
Select one of the following:3
Child Psychology
Educational Psychology
Child Development: Theory, Research, and Practice
READ 3351 [WI] Content Area Literacy3
Total Hours39
1

Please see Academic Information section.

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Digital Media Studies 

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Digital Media Studies

Field of Study Courses
General Education Requirements42
ENGL 1301 [shared] [WI] Composition I
ENGL 1302 [shared] [WI] Composition II
Sophomore Level English [shared]
MATH 1314 [shared] College Algebra
Other Required Courses
ARTS 1316Drawing I3
ARTS 2348Digital Art I3
ARTS 4390 [WI] Art/ Digital Media Portfolio Capstone I3
COSC 1302Introduction to Computer Science3
ARTS 4371Advanced Studio Production3
Advanced Art Electives (See your Advisor) - Choose from the following:9
Graphic Design I
Narrative Illustration I
Tradigital Animation I
Special Effects and Compositing I
3D Video Game Environment I
Interaction Design
Total Hours66
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Media Production
ARTS 1311Design I3
ARTS 2356Photography I3
BCIS 3315Web Development3
COMM 3308Digital Video Production3
ENGL 3309 [WI] Technical Writing and Document Design3
ENGL 3312Graphics and Technical Writing3
Advanced Art Electives (See your Advisor) - Choose from the following:15
Graphic Design I
Photography II
Narrative Illustration I
Tradigital Animation I
3D Animation I
Special Effects and Compositing I
Narrative Film Arts I
Photography III
Narrative Illustration II
Tradigital Animation II
3D Animation II
Narrative Film Arts II
Interaction Design
Collaborative Production
Advanced Electives (See your Advisor) - Choose from the following:9
Contemporary Movements in Art
History of Photography and Lens-Based Media
Internship in Art or Digital Media
Art Seminar
Computer Technology and Impact
Advertising
Documentary Film
Computer-Mediated Communication
Technical Writing and Editing
Foundations of Literary Research and Analysis
Creative Writing
Writing for Electronic Mediums
Film Studies
Electives (See your Advisor)12
Total Hours54
Game Design
ARTS 2344Game Design3
ARTS 33833D Modeling3
Advanced Art Electives (See your Advisor) - Choose from the following:6
3D Animation I
Special Effects and Compositing I
3D Video Game Environment I
3D Animation II
Special Effects and Compositing II
3D Video Game Environment II
3D Rendering and Lighting
Collaborative Production
Interaction Design
COSC 1310Procedural Programming3
COSC 2321C++ Programming3
COSC 2331Java Programming3
COSC 2341Data Structures3
COSC 3330Games, Graphics and GUIs3
COSC 3489 [WI] Software Engineering I4
MATH 1316Plane Trigonometry3
or MATH 2412 Precalculus Math
MATH 2413Calculus I4
MATH 3310Discrete Mathematics3
Advanced Electives13
Total Hours54

Additional Information for All Art and Digital Media Majors

All Art/Digital Media majors must receive an overall grade of C or better in any Art or Digital Media course that applies to their degree.

In addition, all Art and Digital Media students should become familiar with the current Art & Digital Media Major Handbook and abide by the policies and procedures therein.

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music

Required Courses
General Education Requirements42
Select 8 hours from MUEN 3000 level repeatable ensembles or MUSI 31008
MUAP 1220Applied Lower Level Major Lessons 2.8
MUAP 3220Applied Upper Level Major Lessons 3. 6
MUSI 1116Aural Skills I1
MUSI 1117Aural Skills II1
MUSI 1181Piano Class I 11
MUSI 1182Piano Class II 11
MUSI 1311 [shared] Music Theory I
MUSI 1312Music Theory II3
MUSI 2116Aural Skills III1
MUSI 2117Aural Skills IV1
MUSI 2311Music Theory III3
MUSI 2312Music Theory IV3
MUSI 3211Conducting I2
MUSI 3229World Music2
MUSI 3327 [WI] Music History I3
MUSI 3328 [WI] Music History II3
MUSI 4248Scoring and Arranging for Ensembles2
Total Hours91
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Music Business
FINA 3301 [WI] The Arts in Contemporary Society3
MUSI 1320Introduction to Audio Technology3
MUSI 1330Introduction to Music Business3
MUSI 4301Music Business Internship3
MUSI 3202Artist and Self Management2
MUSI 3201Digital Music and Beat Production2
MUSI 3300Music Publishing3
Electives as advised from:9
Graphic Design I
Media Management
Advertising
Digital Video Production
Entrepreneurship
Pro Tools
Elective1
Total Hours29
General
MUSI 4133Capstone Course in Music1
FINA 3301 [WI] The Arts in Contemporary Society3
Advanced Electives15
Electives6
Any Foreign Language 4
Total Hours29
Jazz Studies
MUSI 1330Introduction to Music Business3
MUSI 3202Artist and Self Management2
MUSI 4133Capstone Course in Music1
MUSI 3325Jazz History3
MUSI 2360Jazz Harmony3
MUSI 3360Jazz Improvisation I3
MUSI 3361Jazz Improvisation II3
Select 4 hours from the following: MUSI, MUAP, or MUEN electives4
Select 7 advanced hours from the following: MUSI, MUAP, or MUEN Electives7
Total Hours29
Musical Theatre
DRAM 1341Makeup3
DRAM 1351Acting I3
DRAM 3300Scene Design and Construction3
DRAM 3301Costume Design and Construction3
DRAM 3303Lighting for the Theatre3
DRAM 3302Directing3
DRAM 3271Musical Theatre Dance I2
DRAM 3272Musical Theatre Dance II2
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1
MUSI 4133Capstone Course in Music1
FINA 3301 [WI] The Arts in Contemporary Society3
Elective1
Total Hours29
1

MUAP or MUEN course if student's primary instrument is piano.

2.

 2-hour course repeatable to 8 hours

3

2-hour course repeatable to 6 hours

The Bachelor of Music Degree in Performance 

The Bachelor of Music Degree in Performance

Required Courses
General Education Requirements42
MUAP 4154Applied Literature1
MUAP 1220Applied Lower Level Major Lessons8
MUAP 3320Applied Performance Level Major Lessons12
MUAP 4155Applied Pedagogy1
MUSI 1116Aural Skills I1
MUSI 1117Aural Skills II1
MUSI 1181Piano Class I 11
MUSI 1182Piano Class II 11
MUSI 1311 [shared] Music Theory I
MUSI 1312Music Theory II3
MUSI 2116Aural Skills III1
MUSI 2117Aural Skills IV1
MUSI 2311Music Theory III3
MUSI 2312Music Theory IV3
MUSI 3211Conducting I2
MUSI 3327 [WI] Music History I3
MUSI 3328 [WI] Music History II3
MUSI 3229World Music2
MUSI 3249Form and Analysis2
MUSI 4133Capstone Course in Music1
MUSI 4248Scoring and Arranging for Ensembles2
Foreign Language4
Total Hours98
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Piano Emphasis
Advanced Music Electives (MUSI, MUAP or MUEN)12
MUEN Advanced Electives10
Total Hours22
Instrumental Emphasis
MUSI 3212Conducting II2
Advanced Music Electives (MUSI, MUAP or MUEN)12
MUEN Advanced Electives8
Total Hours22
Vocal Emphasis
Advanced Music Electives (MUSI, MUAP or MUEN)12
MUSI 1262Diction I2
MUSI 2262Diction II2
MUEN Advanced Electives6
Total Hours22
1

MUAP or MUEN course if student's primary instrument is piano.

The Bachelor of Music Degree: All-Level Certification 

The Bachelor of Music Degree: All-Level Certification

Required Courses
General Education Requirements42
ENGL 1301 [shared] [WI] Composition I
ENGL 1302 [shared] [WI] Composition II
Sophomore English (Shared)
Choose 3 hours from MUEN 3000 level repeatable ensembles or MUSI 31003
MUAP 1220Applied Lower Level Major Lessons 2-hour course repeatable to 8 hours8
MUAP 3220Applied Upper Level Major Lessons 2-hour course repeatable to 4 hours4
MUSI 1116Aural Skills I1
MUSI 1117Aural Skills II1
MUSI 1181Piano Class I 11
MUSI 1182Piano Class II 11
MUSI 1311 [shared] Music Theory I
MUSI 1312Music Theory II3
MUSI 2116Aural Skills III1
MUSI 2117Aural Skills IV1
MUSI 2311Music Theory III3
MUSI 2312Music Theory IV3
MUSI 3211Conducting I2
MUSI 3212Conducting II2
MUSI 3315Developmental Musical Experiences3
MUSI 3116Interdisciplinary Music Methods1
MUSI 3327 [WI] Music History I3
MUSI 3328 [WI] Music History II3
MUSI 3229World Music2
MUSI 4133Capstone Course in Music1
EDUC 3321 [WI] Foundations of Teaching: Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDSP 4361Teaching Strategies for Adolescent Students with Learning Disabilities3
EDUC 4331Instructional Strategies for Middle and Secondary Classrooms3
EDUC 4335 Issues of Professionalism3
EDUC 4690Clinical Teaching6
Select one of the following:3
Child Psychology
Educational Psychology
Child Development: Theory, Research, and Practice
Select one of the following:3
Content Area Literacy
Music Content Area Literacy
Total Hours113
Additional Required Courses for Concentrations
Vocal Emphasis
MUAP 1103Voice Class1
MUSI 1262Diction I2
MUSI 2262Diction II2
MUSI 3335Choral Techniques3
MUSI 3249Form and Analysis2
MUSI 4248Scoring and Arranging for Ensembles2
Select from the following repeatable ensembles: 1-hour course repeatable to 3 hours3
University Singers
Chamber Choir
Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop
Texan Harmony
Texan Riders
Total Hours15
Instrumental Emphasis
MUSI 1188Percussion Class I1
MUSI 1195Strings Class I1
MUSI 1166Woodwind Class I1
MUSI 1167Woodwind Class II1
MUSI 1178Brass Class I1
MUSI 1179Brass Class II1
MUSI 3249Form and Analysis2
MUSI 4248Scoring and Arranging for Ensembles2
MUSI 4342Band Techniques3
Select from any MUEN repeatable ensemble 1-hour course repeatable to 2 hours2
Total Hours15
Accelerated BM to MM in 5 Years, Vocal Emphasis
MUAP 1103Voice Class1
MUSI 1262Diction I2
MUSI 2262Diction II2
MUSI 3335Choral Techniques3
MUSI 5330Analytical Techniques3
MUSI 5331Advanced Scoring and Arranging3
Select from the following repeatable ensembles1
University Singers
Chamber Choir
Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop
Texan Harmony
Texan Riders
Total Hours15
Accelerated BM to MM in 5 Years, Instrumental Emphasis
MUSI 1188Percussion Class I1
MUSI 1195Strings Class I1
MUSI 1166Woodwind Class I1
MUSI 1167Woodwind Class II1
MUSI 1178Brass Class I1
MUSI 1179Brass Class II1
MUSI 4342Band Techniques3
MUSI 5330Analytical Techniques3
MUSI 5331Advanced Scoring and Arranging3
Total Hours15
1

MUAP or MUEN course if student's primary instrument is piano.

 Admission to Degree Programs in Music

To be admitted to the music program, a student must audition with the appropriate applied faculty member. Transfer students must also pass an audition for admission to the program. After acceptance into the music program, music majors will participate in academic and performance assessment during each semester of enrollment for retention as a Music Major.

Students must apply to be admitted to the Accelerated BM to MM in 5 Years program after completing 60 hours with a minimum GPA of 3.25.

Additional Information for All Music Majors

All music majors must receive an overall grade of C or better in any music course that applies to their degree.

In addition, all music students should become familiar with the current Music Major Handbook and abide by the policies and procedures therein.

Additional Information for Bachelor of Music - All-Level Certification

Students in the Bachelor of Music with teacher certification program must be enrolled in an appropriate ensemble throughout the baccalaureate program for a minimum of seven semesters. The appropriate ensemble will be determined by the student’s academic advisor and by the Director of Bands or Director of Choirs. 

Educator Preparation Program

Formal application to the Educator Preparation Program shall be made at the completion of the following:

  1. 60 hours with a C average (2.6 GPA); developmental course hours do not count.
  2. MUSI 1311 Music Theory I, , , MUSI 1312 Music Theory II, 8 hours of applied principal instrument with an average grade not lower than C (2.6); and acceptance into music program.
  3. 12 hours English with a grade of C or better and MATH 1314 College Algebra or MATH 1332 Contemporary Mathematics I.

Clinical Teaching

In addition to education requirements, the following music requirements must be completed prior to application for student teaching.

  1. Piano Proficiency Examination
  2. Proficiency Examinations on Principal Instrument or Voice
  3. MUSI 3211 Conducting I, MUSI 3212 Conducting II, MUSI 3315 Developmental Musical Experiences, and
  4. Recital requirements.

Applied Music

For all major and minor lessons, permission of the instructor is required.

Applied Music for Majors (1-3)

  • 1220 Applied Music lower level
  • 3220 Applied Music upper level
  • 3320 Applied Music performance level

Applied Music for Minors or Non-Majors (.5-1.5)

  • 1120 Applied Music lower level
  • 3120 Applied Music upper level

Sections:

  • 10-19 Piano
  • 20-29 Voice
  • 30-39 Flute
  • 40-49 Oboe
  • 50-59 Clarinet
  • 60-69 Saxophone
  • 70-79 Bassoon
  • 80-89 French Horn
  • 90-99 Trumpet
  • 100-109 Trombone
  • 110-119 Baritone
  • 120-129 Tuba
  • 130-139 Percussion
  • 140-149 Organ
  • 150-159 Guitar
  • 160-169 Strings
  • 170-179 Conducting
  • 220-229 Voice
  • 230-239 Voice
Applied Music: Class Lessons (3-0)6
MUSI 1181Piano Class I1
MUSI 1182Piano Class II1
MUSI 2181Piano Class III1
MUSI 2182Piano Class IV1
Total Hours4

Ensembles

Ensemble membership is open to all University students who complete a successful audition.

MUEN 3123Wind Ensemble1
MUEN 3128Jazz Ensemble III1
MUEN 3129University Band1
MUEN 4122Ensemble1
MUEN 3130Symphonic Band1
MUEN 3131Percussion Ensemble1
MUEN 3132Jazz Ensemble I1
MUEN 3133Jazz Ensemble II1
MUEN 3134Jazz Combo1
MUEN 3135Woodwind Ensemble1
MUEN 3136Brass Ensemble1
MUEN 3137Collaborative Piano1
MUEN 3138Latin Band1
MUEN 3141University Singers1
MUEN 3151Chamber Choir1
MUEN 3153Texan Harmony1
MUEN 3154Texan Riders1
MUEN 3152Musical Theatre/Opera Workshop1

Minor in Digital Media Studies 

Minor in Digital Media Studies

Required Courses
ARTS 1316Drawing I3
ARTS 2348Digital Art I3
or ARTS 2356 Photography I
Digital Art Electives in Design or Technology6
Advanced Digital Art Electives in Design or Technology6
Total Hours18

Minor in Music 

Minor in Music

Required Courses
MUSI 1311Music Theory I3
MUSI 1116Aural Skills I1
MUSI 1306Music Appreciation3
Music Elective 15
Advanced Music Electives 16
Total Hours18
1

Including applied lessons and ensembles.

Minor in Music Business 

Minor in Music Business

Required Courses
MUSI 1330Introduction to Music Business3
MUSI 3202Artist and Self Management2
MUSI 3300Music Publishing3
MUSI 1320Introduction to Audio Technology3
MKTG 3312Marketing3
Electives - Select 5 credit hours from the following:5
Digital Music and Beat Production
Pro Tools
Digital Art I
Digital Video Production
Media Management
Photography I
Graphic Design I
Entrepreneurship
Web Development
Services Marketing
Advertising
Total Hours19

Academic Advising Guides

Academic Advising Guides area available at the following website:

https://web.tarleton.edu/majorinfo/

Art Courses

ARTS 1100. Transitioning to University Studies in Art and Digital Media. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Practical study designed to prepare the student for university life, aid in the development of skills for academic success, promote personal growth and responsibility, and encourage active involvement in the learning process from an individual college perspective. These skill sets are presented in the context of art and digital media disciplines.

ARTS 1301. Art Appreciation. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A theory course designed to introduce the trends, techniques, styles, and major personalities of the visual arts.

ARTS 1303. Art History I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A chronological examination of painting, sculpture, architecture and related visual arts. Emphasis is placed on Western art, from prehistoric times to the end of the Gothic Period, but will include aspects of non-European art as well.

ARTS 1304. Art History II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A chronological examination of painting, sculpture, architecture and related visual arts. Emphasis is placed on Western art, from early Renaissance to the present, but will include aspects of non-European art as well.

ARTS 1311. Design I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Emphasis on two-dimensional design; includes the fundamentals of line, color, form, texture, shape, space, and arrangement. Medias such as drawing, painting, and digital design will be introduced.

ARTS 1312. Design II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Continuation of Design I with emphasis on three-dimension concepts. Tools for construction of 3D objects will be covered including digital fabrication, manual and electronic equipment, and 3D display techniques. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 1316. Drawing I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

A beginning course investigating a variety of media, techniques, and subjects, exploring perceptual and descriptive possibilities and consideration of drawing as a development process as well as an end in itself.

ARTS 1317. Drawing II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Expansion of Drawing I stressing expressive and conceptual drawing aspects, including the human figure within a spatial environment. Prerequisite: ARTS 1316.

ARTS 2313. Graphic Design Fundamentals. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Introduces the field of Graphic Design, including basic terminology, visual communication skills, problem solving, and software tools.

ARTS 2316. Painting I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

An introduction to painting media with an emphasis on color, composition, and self expression. Prerequisite: ARTS 1311, 1316, 1317, or approval of department head. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 2326. Sculpture I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Sculpture is a introductory course designed to develop skills in building three-dimensional form by learning to work with a variety of tools and techniques. Special emphasis will be put on artistic and conceptual development. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312 or instructor permission.

ARTS 2344. Game Design. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This introductory course, which explores both digital and non-digital games, aims to provide a critical vocabulary and historical context for analyzing games as an art form and mode of expression. Students will be encouraged to create meaningful play and interactive experiences in various forms of media. Lab fee: $10.

ARTS 2348. Digital Art I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Introduction to the concepts and techniques utilized in the creation of digital media design and art, including digital imaging, vector graphics, animation, and page layout for print and web. Lab fee $2.

ARTS 2356. Photography I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This course covers basic to intermediate digital camera operation, production, software, and professional display techniques. The course will focus on developing technical proficiency, aesthetic skills, and will examine the medium's history and use in contemporary society. Lab fee $10.

ARTS 3000. Portfolio Review. 0 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

ARTS 3310. Introduction to Art Education. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is designed to assist the preparing classroom teacher in developing a basic knowledge of art and art teaching at the grade school level so they can integrate meaningful visual art experiences into effective lesson plans and curriculum development. Prerequisite: Design 1 ARTS 1311.

ARTS 3311. Experimental Media Studio. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

A studio course in experimentation in two- and three-dimensional media and techniques. May be taken for credit twice. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312, 1317 or department head approval. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3321. Life Drawing. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

An advanced drawing course based on the observation of the human figure and interpretation through a variety of drawing techniques. Will be using live models in class. Prerequisite: ARTS 1316 Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3331. Art History of America. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A study of the art of America from pre-Columbian periods to the present.

ARTS 3332. Contemporary Movements in Art. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will survey the Visual Arts since the Second World War, primarily in the United States and Europe, but with some consideration of developments in the larger international arena.

ARTS 3333. Art History of the Non-Western World. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is designed to introduce students to works of art in various media developed outside of the European tradition.

ARTS 3334. History of Photography and Lens-Based Media. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will survey the history of photography from its orgins to our present digital image culture. Important movements, photographers, theoretical and technical innovations will be examined as to how they define photography’s broader role in the visual arts and in modern life. Prerequisite: n/a.

ARTS 3341. Painting II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

A continued investigation of the technical qualities and expressive possibilities of painting media with emphasis on personal and stylistic development. Prerequisite: ARTS 2316 or approval of department head. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3351. Sculpture II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

An advanced investigation of the cultural techniques, methods and media of Sculpture. Prerequisite: ARTS 1312, 1316 or approval of department head. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3360. Graphic Design I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This is an advanced studio course in contemporary graphic design. Advanced problem solving activities are structured to increase graphic design awareness and skills. Prerequisite: ARTS 2313 or 2348 or instructor permission.

ARTS 3361. Photography II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

An intermediate level studio art course intended for students wishing to further their creative abilities using contemporary photographic techniques. Students will be further their technical skills and artistic vision through hands-on practice, lectures and demonstrations. Prerequisites: ARTS 2348 or instructor approval. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3362. Narrative Illustration I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This studio course is an introduction to the ever-changing and exciting world of contemporary narrative illustration in all its capacities. Through lectures, assignments and research, students become exposed to and experience the multiple facets of illustration, such as narrative/book illustration, editorial, advertising/marketing, sequential art (such as storyboarding for commercials, etc.), concept art, character development, etc. Prerequisites: ARTS 2348 or instructor approval. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3363. Tradigital Animation I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 4 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

This class is an intermediate study of 2D animation with digital software. Techniques may include stop motion, cut out animation, and digital based drawing animation. Short films and scenes of feature animated and live action feature film will be used to illustrate the many concepts studied in this class. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3364. 3D Animation I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Introduction to the art of 3D animation. Students learn how to plot, script, storyboard, present, and create animations using the principles of animation and basic techniques, including staging, timing, mechanics and kinetics. Also, this class will introduce students to the process of technical creation of animated imagery through various media including traditional hand-drawn methods up to 3D computer applications. Prerequisite: ARTS 3383, or instructor approval Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3365. Special Effects and Compositing I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This intermediate studio course explores various aspects of special effects and compositing multimedia. Students will learn how to composite robust and immersive experiences by combining the elements of graphics, special effects and visual effects, animation, video, and audio to make effective multimedia works. Prerequisites: ARTS 2344 or instructor approval. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3366. 3D Video Game Environment I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This studio art course will cover 2D- and 3D-level setting design for video games and animation. Students will learn tools and concerns as well as develop the skills used to create 2D and 3D game level designs by using architectural theory, concepts of critical path and flow, balancing, lighting, game play experience, and various storytelling techniques for level design. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3368. Narrative Film Arts I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This intermediate studio course will cover production of short films using digital video and other experimental approaches. Emphasis on video concepts, techniques, composition, sequencing of ideas, and narrative structures. Lab Fee: $2.

ARTS 3369. Experimental Photography. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This studio course explores experimental photographic alternatives to the traditional methods of image making. Emphasis will be placed on using the camera, analog and historical techniques, and digital and emerging technology.

ARTS 3371. Printmaking. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

The basic printmaking processes including planographic, intaglio, stencil, and relief. May be taken for credit twice. Prerequisite: ARTS 1311, 1316, or approval of department head. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 3383. 3D Modeling. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Introduction to the basic modeling tools and techniques within 3D computer applications. Students will create 3D models, simple animations, basic lighting/rendering, texturing while using the basic modeling tool sets; NURBS, Polygons and Subdivision Surfaces. Lab fee: $10.

ARTS 4086. Individual Problems in Art. 1-6 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 1-6 Hours).

Art problems assigned in the area of the student's individual interest with emphasis on individual development. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317.

ARTS 4341. Painting III. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

An advanced investigation of the technical qualities and expressive possibilities of painting media with emphasis on research and presentation strategies. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4342. Painting IV. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced studio course is for further developing students' existing abilities and interests in paint media. Geared towards those pursuing professional practices in paint and Senior Capstone projects.

ARTS 4351. Sculpture III. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced studio course course focuses on specific topics and practices in contemporary sculptural installation works. Technical instruction may include sculptural and architectural model building, wood, metal, and plastic fabrication, lighting, sound works, video works, and cloth and alternative material fabrication methods. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4360. Graphic Design II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Advanced problems in both the print and web areas of graphic design, emphasizing a versatile, well-rounded and high-quality portfolio that will serve students as they pursue employment in the design field. Prerequisite: ARTS 2348 or instructor permission.

ARTS 4361. Photography III. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Advanced studio course in photography and digital image production with an emphasis on on conceptual development and professional display and publication in a variety of media, such as print, web, and mobile devices. Emphasis on visual communication strategies and creative thinking. Prerequisites: ARTS 3361. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4362. Narrative Illustration II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

This course is an advanced studio course that explores digital illustration as a form of creative expression. Students will create a larger body of work in preparation for an artistic exhibition or a public presentation. Students will use their advanced skills in illustration to construct a professional portfolio and investigate possible artistic, commercial, and industrial opportunities. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal style in a variety of media. Prerequisite: ARTS 3362 Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4363. Tradigital Animation II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 4 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

This class is an advanced study of 2 dimensional animation with digital software. Techniques may include stop motion, cut out animation, and digital based drawing animation. Students will be encouraged to develop their own projects and short films from the concept stage to completion. Prerequisite: ARTS 3363 Lab fee $2.

ARTS 4364. 3D Animation II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Advanced studio course in animation. Students will be expected how to plan, develop, and produce animations using the principles of animation and advanced techniques. Advanced topics such as character kinematics, gait movement, lighting and textures will be covered. Prerequisites: ARTS 3364. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4365. Special Effects and Compositing II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced studio course explores various aspects of special effects and compositing multimedia. Students will furthur their skills in how to composite robust and immersive experiences by combining the elements of graphics, special effects and visual effects, animation, video, and audio to make an effective multimedia presentation. Prerequisites: ARTS 3365. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4366. 3D Video Game Environment II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced studio art course will cover 2D- and 3D-level setting design for video games and animation. Students will create content from commercial game engines that show advanced levels of skill and expression of content. Prerequisite: ARTS 3366. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4367. 3D Rendering and Lighting. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced course is designed to cover concepts involved in the digital application of texture maps for virtual 3D models, 3D material qualities and characteristics, digital lighting concepts and design, and rendering methods. The importance of digital cinematography, scene arrangement, and compositing of 3D elements of color, camera and light are goals of aesthetic integration. Prerequisite: ARTS 2344. Lab fee: $10.

ARTS 4368. Narrative Film Arts II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This advanced studio course will cover production of short films using digital video and other experimental approaches. Emphasis on more independently directed short films. Prerequisite: ARTS 3368 or COMS 3308.

ARTS 4370. Interaction Design. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

This is an advanced studio art course that explores the use of programming skills in the creation of creative mobile web applications, as well as other kinds of digital environments. Technical skills that will combine the use of graphics, audio, and video along with sensible interface design will be covered. Resources will be provided for students with no programming background. Lab fee: $10.

ARTS 4371. Advanced Studio Production. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

A guided project-based course with emphasis on portfolio preparation for Art and Digital Media students. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4372. Collaborative Production. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

This course is a product driven course for the Art and Digital Media Studies Program. Students will form teams and collaborate with another using their talents and expertise to develop a digital media project as assigned by the instructor. Emphasis will be placed on collaboration both inside the classroom, and across disciplines.

ARTS 4380. Post Studio Practice. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Students encounter art methods that are primarily executed outside of the studio setting. Students will become aware of the importance of place and how a work can be situated in response to it. This will include object-based participatory works, installation methods in response to specific locations, ephemeral works, social engagement and interactions with audiences, and other collaborative methods. Lab fee: $2.

ARTS 4384. Internship in Art or Digital Media. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Approved and supervised work experience in art or digital media related positions. May be repeated once for a total of 6 hours of academic credit. Prerequisite: Junior standing and 12 hours Art or approval of department head.

ARTS 4385. Art Seminar. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 4 Hours).

Content varies according to the needs of students and opportunities available. When topic varies, course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Junior classification or approval of department head.

ARTS 4390. Art/ Digital Media Portfolio Capstone. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 12 Hours). [WI]

An integrative course providing an overview of pertinent issues in creating a professional art portfolio. Students will produce a body of art works that are representative of their style and abilities. Written discourse on the visual arts will be stressed. Prerequisite: Senior level status. Art majors seeking education certification must take this course before the semester in which they are student teaching. Lab fee $5.

Drama Courses

DRAM 1100. Transitioning to University Studies in Theatre. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Practical study designed to prepare the student for university life, aid in the development of skills for academic success, promote personal growth and responsibility, and encourage active involvement in the learning process from an individual college perspective. These skill sets are presented in the context of theatre disciplines.

DRAM 1108. Production Crafts Practicum. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Construction for theatrical productions in a laboratory setting.

DRAM 1220. Theatre Practicum. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Participation in and analysis of one or more full-length plays, reader's theatre, production, or an evening of interpretation. Must be taken 2 times since course content changes.

DRAM 1310. Introduction to Theatre. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A beginning theatre course providing a survey of the fields of theatre activities. This course provides an introductory knowledge of all types and phases of drama: literature, performance, and design.

DRAM 1330. Stagecraft I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

The study of technical procedures employed in planning, building, painting, and lighting scenery. Backstage participation in play production as an active set builder and crew member will be required. Stage lighting will be approached from its practical and aesthetic value as a contributing factor to production. Prerequisite: 6 hrs of DRAM/THEA courses or equivalent experience. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 1341. Makeup. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Design and application of make-up for the stage; areas explored include theory, color, character analysis, materials, old age, three-dimensional, and fantasy make-up.

DRAM 1351. Acting I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Introduction to the art of acting through basic theory and technique. Participation in college theatre production is encouraged.

DRAM 1352. Acting II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

An analytical approach to acting with emphasis on techniques of characterization, stage presence, and movement. Special attention will be given to the role of the actor as an integral member of an ensemble effort. Theories of acting and of acting styles will also be studied. Participation in a college theatre production is encouraged.

DRAM 2331. Stagecraft II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

The study of theatrical costuming and its application in contemporary theatre. Theory on costuming will be applied in laboratory situations and through theatrical production. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 2333. Theatrical Drawing and Drafting. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Principles and practice in the techniques of drafting traditional/nontraditional types of stage scenery. Principles and practice sketching costumes, scenery, stage properties in preparation for Scenic Design and Costume Design.

DRAM 2361. History of the Theatre I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Theatre from its origins to 1750; plays, playwrights, actors, costumes, scenic arts of each period as related to events of period and to contemporary theatre.

DRAM 2362. History of the Theatre II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Theatre since 1750; plays, playwrights, actors, costumes, scenic arts of each period as related to events of period and to contemporary theatre. Prerequisite: DRAM 2361 or approval of department head.

DRAM 3271. Musical Theatre Dance I. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

This course is a dance class as it pertains to musical theatre styles and performance. Specific styles may vary by semester. Participation in college theatre production is encouraged. Prerequisite: N/A Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 3272. Musical Theatre Dance II. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

This course is the study of dance, movement, and staging for musical theatre. It includes strategies for learning and performing dance combinations as they occur in a professional dance audition. Students will continue to develop fundamental dance technique and apply it to musical theatre dance and culminates in student choreographed/staged works. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 3300. Scene Design and Construction. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

The study of the elements of a design used to capture mood, atmosphere, and idea of a play; designing to scale, and drawing ground plans and elevations; technical elements of scene construction. Students must work set crew for theatrical production as laboratory.

DRAM 3301. Costume Design and Construction. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Studies in stage costuming; history, characterization, fabrics, construction and design. A lecture and laboratory course including student planning, illustration, construction, and designing of costumes for University productions. Prerequisite: Technical Theatre II or equivalent experience.

DRAM 3302. Directing. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Basic techniques for the stage including scene interpretation, pictorial composition, movement and rehearsal routine. Students will direct and supervise production of short plays.

DRAM 3303. Lighting for the Theatre. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

History and techniques of lighting for the stage. Major emphasis is placed on design and practical application. Prerequisite: DRAM 1330:Stagecraft 1 or equivalent experience. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 3304. Sound for the Theatre. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Techniques of sound for the stage, including multi-track recording, editing, and the study of microphones. Major emphasis is placed on practical application. Prerequisite: DRAM 1330 or equivalent experience. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 3305. Theatre for Young People. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

The history, philosophy, production, and performance of theatre for young people.

DRAM 3306. Scenic painting. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

An introductory course introducing the steps, techniques and tools of scenic artistry. Through hands-on projects you will learn the basic foundation for painting in the theatre.

DRAM 3307. Vectorworks; Computer Aided Drafting. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course is an advanced level of theatrical drafting to explore computer aided drafting in scenic and lighting design in theatre. We will be focusing on the drafting program Vectorworks.

DRAM 3363. History of Musical Theatre. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will examine the history and significance of America’s largest contribution to the world of theatre; the book musical. In this course we will explore the context of musical theatre from practitioner to performance throughout history and today. The course emphasizes the development of musical theatre beginning with the operetta and early minstrel shows through the Broadway hits of the Twenty First Century. Additionally, this course introduces students to the art of critique in regard to musical theatre.

DRAM 3373. Theatre for the Classroom. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Theories and practical application of Theatre in the classroom with children and adolescents.

DRAM 4086. Theatre Problems. 1-6 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 1-6 Hours).

A course featuring independent study in theatre. Research and discussion under personal direction of an instructor. Topics will vary according to student need. Open to students of senior classification with approval of department head.

DRAM 4300. Shakespeare. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A study in depth of representative types of Shakespeare's dramas and poetry. Credit for both ENGL 4300 and DRAM 4300 will not be awarded. ENGL 4300 and DRAM 4300 are cross-listed courses. Prerequisites: ENGL 1301, 1302, and 3 hours sophomore ENGL.

DRAM 4302. Directing II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Advanced techniques for the stage including scene interpretation, pictorial composition, movement and rehearsal routine. Students will direct and supervise production of a 40-minute maximum/One Act Play. We will adhere to UIL rules as much as possible as a guide.

DRAM 4304. Dramatic Theory & Criticism. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours). [WI]

A study of the philosophy of aesthetics in theatre and the arts. From the works of various philosophers, directors and actors beginning with Aristotle to contemporary writers.

DRAM 4307. Theatre Management. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Theatre management, promotion, finances, organization, emphasis on contract negotiations, planning and use of facilities. A lecture-laboratory course applied to a producing theatre operation and plant. Lab fee: $2.

DRAM 4384. Internship. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Minimum of 6 weeks of full-time experience with a professional theatre company approved by the department head. (May be repeated once for a total of 6 hours of academic credit.) Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of department head.

DRAM 4385. Theatre Seminar. 1-3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 1-3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A course open to Theatre students. Topics vary according to student need. May be taken up to three times for credit, for a maximum of 9 hours.

Fine Arts Courses

FINA 1100. Transitioning to University Studies in Fine Arts. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Practical study designed to prepare the student for university life, aid in the development of skills for academic success, promote personal growth and responsibility, and encourage active involvement in the learning process from an individual discipline perspective. These skill sets are presented in the context of fine arts disciplines.

FINA 1360. The Art of Film. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

An overview of the historical development of cinema (including contemporary and classic films) as an artistic and social force. Students study the aesthetic elements of the cinema, the terminology governing film production and the lines of critical inquiry that have been developed for the medium. Readings, screenings and written reports required.

FINA 3301. The Arts in Contemporary Society. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours). [WI]

FINA 3301 ensures that Art, Music and Theatre students gain a broad knowledge of contemporary arts across disciplines and acquire an understanding of the relationship and interdependence of all art forms in any particular discipline. Students will research and study art that is being created now. Another emphasis is on formal analysis of works of contemporary art and the reason for its creation. Course work includes lectures, discussions, listening exercises, extensive viewing of works of art, class presentation and three research papers. This course is required for BFA-Art, BA-Music and BFA-Theatre majors. Prerequisite: Student with 18 hrs in ARTS, MUSI, or DRAM/THEA or approval of department head.

FINA 4085. Fine Arts Seminar. 1-3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 1-3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Design of course will focus on current topics and issues in fine arts of interest to a group of students. May be repeated twice for credit as topic and/or objectives of the course change. Prerequisite: upper-level status only.

FINA 4086. Individual Problems in Fine Arts. 1-3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 1-3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A course featuring independent reading, research, and discussion under personal direction of instructor. Topics vary according to student need. Prerequisite: approval of department head.

Interior Design Courses

INDS 1301. Intro to Interior Design. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Includes study of cultural, technological, and economic influences on the profession. Topics include fundamental vocabulary and concept, historical evolution of interior design, and the role of interior design on the built environment.

INDS 2311. Interior Design Fundamentals. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Applying the principle and elements of design to traditions of space, form, color, and light including human factors, space planning, properties and applications of interior materials and systems with components of style. Prerequisites: ARTS 1316, ARTS 1317. Prerequisite: ARTS 1316 and ARTS 1317 Lab fee: $15.

INDS 2314. Interior Design I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Design development of small commercial spaces with consideration for physiological and psychological effects as well as specifications and lighting. Prerequisite: ARTS 1317 and INDS 2311 Lab fee: $15.

INDS 3310. History of Interiors. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

History of the styles of architecture, interiors, furnishings, and decorative arts between prehistory and the 21st Century.

INDS 3314. Interior Design II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

Residential interior space problem solving with regard to aesthetics, utility, and lifestyle function; attention paid to building code specifications, lighting, and budget. Rooms studied individually and as a whole. Prerequisite: Scoring a "C" or above in INDS 2314. Lab fee: $15.

INDS 4086. Interior Design Problems. 1-3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 1-3 Hours).

A course featuring independent research, reading, and discussion under the personal direction of the instructor; topics vary according to student need. Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

INDS 4330. Architectural Finishes and Systems. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 3 Hours).

The study and use of architectural details and mechanical systems for interiors. Prerequisite: A "C" or better in INDS 2314 and INDS 3314. Lab fee: $15.

Music Courses

MUSI 1000. Recital Attendance. 0 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

MUSI 1100. Transitioning to University Studies in Music. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Practical study designed to prepare the student for university life, aid in the development of skills for academic success, promote personal growth and responsibility, and encourage active involvement in the learning process from an individual college perspective. These skill sets are presented in the context of music disciplines.

MUSI 1101. Marching Band. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 4 Hours).

Marching Band membership is open to all students of the University with approval of the director. Activities include half-time performances, pep rallies, parades, and other concerts. Prerequisites: Prior marching band experience in high school or junior college or approval of department head. Credits may substitute for required P ED and may be repeated.

MUSI 1116. Aural Skills I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Singing tonal music in treble, bass, alto, and tenor clefs. Aural study, including dictation, of rhythm, melody, and diatonic harmony. Lab fee: $15.

MUSI 1117. Aural Skills II. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Continued development of singing tonal music in treble, bass, alto, and tenor clefs. Continued aural study, including dictation, of rhythm, melody, and diatonic harmony. Prerequisite: MUSI 1116. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1160. Italian Diction. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Italian pronunciation for singers. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 1166. Woodwind Class I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Instruction on basic woodwind instruments for music majors; maintenance of instruments; evaluation of materials and literature. Students develop a basic technique on specific instruments. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1167. Woodwind Class II. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Instruction on basic woodwind instruments for music majors; maintenance of instruments; evaluation of materials and literature. Students develop a basic technique on specific instruments. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1178. Brass Class I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Performance instruction on basic brass instruments for music majors; maintenance of instruments; evaluation of materials and literature. Students develop a basic technique on two instruments. Lab fee $15.

MUSI 1179. Brass Class II. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Continued instruction on basic brass instruments for music majors; maintenance of instruments; evaluation of materials and literature. Students develop a basic technique on at least one low brass instrument. Lab fee $15.

MUSI 1181. Piano Class I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 2 Hours).

Beginning piano class designed to develop keyboard and musicianship skills, including fundamental technique, scale playing, sight reading, harmonization of melodies, and accompaniment. The course is intended for music majors in passing the Piano Proficiency Examination. All other majors and undeclared majors must have the permission of the course instructor to register. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1182. Piano Class II. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 2 Hours).

A continuation of Piano I, designed to develop keyboard and musicianship skills, including fundamental technique, scale playing, sight reading, harmonization of melodies, and accompaniment. The course is intended for music majors in passing the Piano Proficiency Examination. All other majors and undeclared majors must have the permission of the course instructor to register. Prerequisite: MUSI 1181 Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1188. Percussion Class I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Fundamental performance techniques on the most frequently used percussion instruments, both of definite and indefinite pitch; conventions of notation, instrument maintenance, evaluation of materials, and literature. For music majors. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1195. Strings Class I. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Beginning string class for music majors; maintenance of instruments, evaluation of materials and literature. Students develop a basic performance technique on two instruments. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 1262. Diction I. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Instruction in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) and its symbols used in English, German, French, and Italian vocal repertoire. Application of correct diction to German vocal literature.

MUSI 1303. Fundamentals Of Music. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Introduction to the basic elements of music theory, including scales, intervals, keys, triads, elementary ear training, notation, meter, and rhythm. Course does not apply to a music major degree.

MUSI 1306. Music Appreciation. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course provides opportunities to become familiar with the basic elements of music. Emphasis is on learning to listen to music and on the role it plays within the wider contexts of history and society. Listening materials are drawn from a variety of sources: classical music, non-Western music, American popular music (particularly jazz, country, and rock), and the American folk tradition. Course fee $10.

MUSI 1310. Popular Music in America. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

An introductory study of popular music in the U.S., emphasizing the development and application of analytical skills oriented toward the popular arts. Concert attendance and/or listening requirements.

MUSI 1311. Music Theory I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Introduction to music fundamentals, staff, clefs, key signatures, scales, time signatures and notation; meter and rhythm; chords and harmony; and melodic organization and structure.

MUSI 1312. Music Theory II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Study of diatonic harmony, elementary counterpoint, and part writing; harmonization of melodies in eighteenth-century style. Prerequisite: MUSI 1311.

MUSI 1320. Introduction to Audio Technology. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

Provides an introduction to the use of audio technology in making analog and digital recordings with an emphasis on musical instruments and applications, as well as live audio productions and videos to audio. Students will gain experience with studio facilities and equipment, digital audio, modern microphone technique, and modern recording processes in a variety of sound situations when applicable to recording musical instruments and performances. Lab fee: $15.

MUSI 1330. Introduction to Music Business. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 2 Hours).

A survey of the various facets of the current and evolving music industry, highlighting areas where music and business intersect. Topics include an overview of key principles, terms, and practices; basic principles of marketing and promoting music; and careers in the commercial music industry. Lab fee: $15.

MUSI 2116. Aural Skills III. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Singing more difficult tonal music, including melodies with any diatonic leap possible and a wider variety of rhythms. Aural study, including dictation of more complex rhythm and melody. Prerequisites: MUSI 1116 and MUSI 1117. Lab fee: $15.

MUSI 2117. Aural Skills IV. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

Singing more difficult tonal music, including chromatic, modulating and melodies; and modal melodies. Continued aural study, including dictation of more complex rhythm and melodies. Prerequisite: MUSI 1116, 1117, 2116. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 2160. German Diction. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

German pronunciation for singers. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 2161. French Diction. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 1 Hour).

French pronunciation for singers. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 2181. Piano Class III. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 1.5 Hour).

Section III of the piano class sequence designed to develop keyboard and musicianship skills, including fundamental technique, scale playing, sight reading, harmonization of melodies, and accompaniment. The course is intended for music majors in passing the Piano Proficiency Examination. It is an elective for those students needing additional instruction in order to pass the proficiency. All other majors and undeclared majors must have the permission of the course instructor to register. Prerequisites: MUSI 1181 and MUSI 1182 Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 2182. Piano Class IV. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This is the fourth semester of a four-semester sequence designed to develop keyboard and musicianship skills, including fundamental technique, scale playing, sight reading, harmonization of melodies, and accompaniment. The course is intended for music majors in passing the Piano Proficiency Examination. All other majors and undeclared majors must have the permission of the course instructor to register. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 2262. Diction II. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Continuation of studies in diction applied to vocal literature, focusing on French and Italian languages. Prerequisite: MUSI 1262.

MUSI 2311. Music Theory III. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Continuation of the study of diatonic harmony and counterpoint; elementary modulation, an introduction to chromatic harmony, modal harmony, and extended harmony. Prerequisites: MUSI 1311 and MUSI 1312.

MUSI 2312. Music Theory IV. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

The study of chromatic harmony in tonal music of the late 19th century and an introduction to 20th century post-tonal practices. Prerequisites: MUSI 1311, 1312, and 2311.

MUSI 2360. Jazz Harmony. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A study of jazz harmony and structure, including chord and scale construction and nomenclature. Emphasis will be be placed on the spelling, naming, and aural recognition of jazz chords, scales, and basic harmonic structures. Prerequisite: MUSI 1312.

MUSI 3000. Junior Recital. 0 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

MUSI 3100. Marching Band. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 4 Hours).

Marching Band membership is open to all students of the University with approval of the director. Activities include half-time performances, pep rallies, parades, and other concerts. Prerequisites: Prior marching band experience in high school or junior college or approval of department head. Course may be repeated for credit. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 3116. Interdisciplinary Music Methods. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 2 Hours).

Organization, rehearsal procedures, and public performance practices of ensembles and teaching methods for vocal and instrumental music. Expanding pedagogy from instrumental or vocal focus to include knowledge and skill in both disciplines.

MUSI 3201. Digital Music and Beat Production. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

This course explores the tools and techniques needed to produce music through desktop music production. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 3202. Artist and Self Management. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

This course provides an overview of the practices and requirements needed to develop, maintain, and manage an artist’s/self career in today music industry. Topics include basic management principles, promotion strategies, current revenue streams, and coaching/leading artists to their career goals. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 3211. Conducting I. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Introduction of conducting techniques, rehearsal procedures, development of interpretive skills in music. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 3212. Conducting II. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Special emphasis on instrumental and choral conducting techniques. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 3226. History of Music I. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Study of history, social setting, and style of Western art music from Greek antiquity to the end of the Renaissance period. MUSI 2311 or approval of department head.

MUSI 3229. World Music. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Historical and analytical survey of the great variety of musical styles from around the world. Music cultures of sub-Saharan Africa, India, indigenous America, and Japan are among those explored. Emphasizes the complex interrelationships of music to culture, society, and daily life.

MUSI 3245. Class Composition. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Advanced instruction in composition; the writing and study of small- and larger-form musical compositions employing contemporary styles and techniques. May be taken 2 times for credit. Prerequisites: approval of instructor. Lab fee $5.

MUSI 3249. Form and Analysis. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

The study of techniques of musical analysis as applied to different forms of music. Discussion will address (but not limited to) forms found in the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Post-Romantic, and Contemporary eras using a variety of analysis techniques. Prerequisites: MUSI 1311, 1312, 2311, and 2312.

MUSI 3300. Music Publishing. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A study of the creative and administrative aspects of music publishing including, but not limited to, contracts, music licensing, copyright law, and role of performance rights organizations.

MUSI 3315. Developmental Musical Experiences. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Study and appraisal of music teaching techniques, elementary music literature, learning activities, curricular plans and materials essential to the sequential development of musical learning in the elementary school. Designed to provide knowledge of psychology, theory and practice of music education in the elementary schools. Emphasis is placed upon the nature, organization and maintenance of the elementary music program. Prerequisite: junior or senior-level status.

MUSI 3325. Jazz History. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

An in-depth study of the recordings, history, major figures, musical forms and social importance of an original American art form. Principal styles to be covered include ragtime, blues, Dixieland, big band swing, bop, cool, hard bop, free, fusion and funk. This course fulfills the core visual and performing arts requirement.

MUSI 3327. Music History I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours). [WI]

Study of the history, social setting and style of western music from antiquity through the Baroque period.

MUSI 3328. Music History II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours). [WI]

Study of the history, social setting and style of western music during the Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary periods.

MUSI 3330. Pro Tools. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Instruction in Pro Tools, the industry standard software for digital recording and editing. This is the most widely used application for post-production, video editing, and mixing for film, video, and multi-media. Prerequisite: MUSI 1320.

MUSI 3335. Choral Techniques. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Choral techniques, materials and rationale for the development of superior choral ensembles to include: budgeting, acoustical considerations, music selection criteria, historical development of choral music and style, programming, public relations, sight reading, and development of a philosophy of music.

MUSI 3351. Music Content Area Literacy. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course presents essential literacy skills and examines ways in which they may be developed in K-12 music classrooms. A variety of instructional strategies for reading, writing, listening, and critical thinking will be presented to help future music educators guide K-12 students to understand and express their musical experiences. Prerequisites: ENGL 1301, ENGL 1302, and a sophomore level English.

MUSI 3360. Jazz Improvisation I. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Offers the jazz-oriented student an organized approach to learning how to improvise in the jazz idiom as expressed by musical performance. Prerequisite: MUSC 2360.

MUSI 3361. Jazz Improvisation II. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Offers the jazz-oriented student an organized approach to learning how to improvise in the jazz idiom as expressed by musical performance. This course is a continuation of MUSI 3260 Jazz Improvisation I Prerequisite: MUSI 3360.

MUSI 4000. Marching Band. 0 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

MUSI 4086. Music Problems. 1-6 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 1-6 Hours).

A directed study of selected problems in music.

MUSI 4133. Capstone Course in Music. 1 Credit Hour (Lecture: 1 Hour, Lab: 12 Hours).

The capstone experience is the culmination of undergraduate music study and provides students with an opportunity to make their personal statement of preparedness for a post-college life with music. Projects may include a 50-minute solo recital, a lecture-recital, or an undergraduate thesis or research paper. In conjunction with the student's advisor, study abroad and other formats may be acceptable. Prerequisites: Senior standing. Music majors seeking education certification must take this course before the semester in which they are student teaching. Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 4211. Piano Literature. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will encompass the study of piano literature from the Renaissance period to present day with emphasis given to the Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary eras. Genres include sonata, suite, concerto, and chamber works with piano of varying cultures.

MUSI 4212. Vocal Literature. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will encompass the study of solo vocal literature from the Renaissance period to present day. Emphasis will be given to the development of German and French art song in Europe.

MUSI 4213. Instrumental Literature. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will encompass the study of literature for band, jazz ensemble and orchestra, as well as solos and small ensemble groups. Students will explore and analyze significant composers and their literature in each of the historical periods through the 21st century. Prerequisite: Junior level in applied instrumental lessons or consent of the instructor.

MUSI 4242. Band Techniques. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Introduction and materials of band techniques to include drill design and the development of the marching ensemble; the organization, administration, programming, repertoire, band literature, budgeting, and historical development of the modern concert wind ensemble; the development of a functional philosophy of music.

MUSI 4245. Jazz Arranging. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Arranging in the jazz and commercial idioms with emphasis on large jazz ensemble (big band). Prerequisite: MUSI 2312 Lab fee: $2.

MUSI 4248. Scoring and Arranging for Ensembles. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

A practical study of the skill of scoring music for various instrumental and choral groups. Projects in adapting music from a variety of sources. Emphasis is placed on transcribing and arranging for elementary, junior, and senior high ensembles. Prerequisites: MUSI 2312 or consent of instructor and permission of department head.

MUSI 4251. Piano Pedagogy. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

This course will encompass the study of piano pedagogy from beginner level through intermediate and advanced level piano study, including present and past techniques of piano instruction. Prerequisites: Must be at the junior level of applied piano lessons or have consent of the instructor.

MUSI 4252. Vocal Pedagogy. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

Teaching voice majors how to teach singing. Includes physiology of the vocal mechanism and the application of various techniques appropriate in developing and correcting issues with the voice. Appropriate repertoire for varying levels and voice types will be covered as well as basic business aspects of private studio teaching. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior level music majors in applied voice who have passed the Applied Proficiency Exam. Lab fee $5.

MUSI 4253. Instrumental Pedagogy. 2 Credit Hours (Lecture: 2 Hours, Lab: 1 Hour).

This course will focus on the study of instrumental pedagogy, from beginner level through advanced study, used primarily in one-on-one instruction in the studio. Lab fee $10.

MUSI 4301. Music Business Internship. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

An approved and supervised educational project in which the qualifying student participates in a professional music organization as an intern for a select period of time. This course is intended as the capstone experience for the Bachelor of Arts in music degree with an emphasis in music business. Prerequisites: Senior standing, the completion of required music courses and other courses in the Music Business emphasis, and the approval of intern coordinator.

MUSI 4342. Band Techniques. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 0 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Introduction and materials of band techniques to include drill design and the development of the marching ensemble; the organization, administration, programming, repertoire, band literature, budgeting, and historical development of the modern concert wind ensemble; the development of a functional philosophy of music.

MUSI 4343. Marching Band Methods. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Marching Band Methods teaches music education majors how to administer a marching band program. Areas of administration are: show design, scheduling, programming, competition. Students will use software to learn to design marching band shows, and review other software useful in administering a marching band program.

MUSI 4385. Music Seminar. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Content varies according to the needs of students and opportunities available. When topic varies, course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Junior classification or approval of department head.

Dr. Vicky V. Johnson, Department Head
Department of Fine Arts
Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center, Room 105
Box T-0320
Stephenville, Texas 76402
(254) 968-9245
vjohnson@tarleton.edu
www.tarleton.edu/finearts

Ms. Julie Simpson, Administrative Associate
Department of Fine Arts
Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center, Room 105
Box T-0320
Stephenville, Texas 76402
(254) 968-9245
jsimpson@tarleton.edu
www.tarleton.edu/finearts

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