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  • ART104 Introduction to 3D Design

    A background in the elements of three-dimensional aesthetics that will broaden students' understanding and creativity in making sculptural objects. This course is the foundation for further study in sculpture, glass, and ceramics courses.

  • CLA325 The Vampire in Folklore, Fiction, and Film

    By pondering the role of vampires and other such monsters, in folklore, fiction, and film, this course attempts to ponder such fundamental questions as "What does it mean to be human?" and "What are the implications of death?" The tradition will be traced from its earliest antecedents in the ancient world to its latest manifestations in current fiction and screen medi

  • PHI 353/553/653 Philosophy of Film

    Philosophical questions concerning the ontology and aesthetics of film.

  • POL551/651 Productivity in the Public and Non-Profit Sectors

    Definitions and measures of productivity. Evaluation of government programs, and methods of productivity improvement.