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8183. Graduate Projects, Ceramics  (3 s.h.)

Creative studies in ceramics for the master's degree candidate.

8201. Graduate Seminar, Ceramics/Glass/Fibers   (3 s.h.)

Creative studies and discussions related to career concerns in these fields.

8283. Graduate Projects, Glass   (3 s.h.)

Creative studies in glass for the master's degree candidate.

8383. Graduate Projects, Fibers   (3 s.h.)

Creative studies in fibers for the master's degree candidate.

8401. Graduate Seminar, Metals   (3 s.h.)

A study of the work of internationally recognized metalsmiths leads to discussions of the philosophical bases of contemporary metalwork.

8483. Graduate Projects, Metals   (3-6 s.h.)

Creative studies in the areas of Metals, Jewelry and CAD/CAM for the master`s degree candidate.

9182. Graduate Independent Study   (1-3 s.h.)


Self-directed study and research developed in conjunction with, and supervised by, a senior faculty member in the major area of the student.

9184. Graduate Thesis Exhibition: Clay   (3 s.h.)

The culminating visual presentation of the candidates' creative research.

9189. Tyler Art Workshop/Scotland   (3 s.h.)

A four-week summer studio art program in Scotland, including an introductory week in London visiting museums and galleries. Students live and work in studio facilities in Scotland. Artists from the Glasgow School of Art and Tyler School of Art staff conduct intensive workshops in a variety of media. The students' travel and research experiences in Great Britain will be utilized as a source of inspiration for the development of their artwork.

9284. Graduate Thesis Exhibition: Glass   (3 s.h.)

The culminating visual presentation of the candidates' creative research.

9295. Graduate Thesis Research: Ceramics & Glass   (3 s.h.)

Research projects in the areas of teaching or technology are developed in consultation with the candidates' professor and advisor.

9384. Graduate Thesis Exhibition: Fibers   (3 s.h.)

For graduate students in the Fibers area, working toward their M.F.A. degree. This course is required in the fourth semester of their residency. The work in this course is to culminate in the thesis exhibition.

9395. Graduate Thesis Research: Fibers   (3 s.h.)

Research projects in the areas of teaching or technology are developed in consultation with the candidates' professor and advisor.

9484. Graduate Thesis Exhibition: Metals   (3 s.h.)

The culminating visual presentation of the candidates' creative research.

9495. Graduate Thesis Research: Metals   (3 s.h.)

Research projects in the areas of teaching, history, or technology are developed in consultation with the candidates` professor and advisor.

 

Updated 12.3.08