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ARTS 121. Painting: Observation & Image. 3 Credits.

Exploration of the formal and conceptual practices of painting. Introduction of historical genres and issues in painting such as still life, figuration, and abstraction. Prerequisites: ARTS 001.

The College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences at UVM combines the advantages of a small liberal arts college and the resources of a major research institution. It provides students with a sound liberal education through close interaction with nationally and internationally noted scholars. This close interaction helps students acquire knowledge and scholarly discipline that enables them to think critically about issues they will confront in their professional and personal lives. The college's academic programs acquaint students with the intellectual, cultural and aesthetic heritage of our complex world. The college's programs also seek to prepare students for entry into rewarding careers in a variety of fields and for advanced study that may be prerequisite to other opportunities. More and more professional schools, corporate managers and graduate schools seek individuals who have a fine liberal arts background.

Teacher Education / Art Education (Grades PreK-12) B.S.AE.

All students must meet the University Requirements. All students must meet the College Requirements. The College works cooperatively with the Department of Art and Art History in the College of Arts and Sciences to offer a program in Art Education, which leads to both degree and licensure for grades PreK-12. Students fulfill course requirements in general education, professional art education, professional education, studio art, art history, and related subjects. Graduates satisfy College of Education and Social Services requirements for teacher licensure and complete art course work in the Art and Art History department in the College of Arts and Sciences. The program allows sufficient additional advanced courses as recommended by the Art and Art History department for admission to graduate school. Students must be enrolled in the College of Education and Social Services. Those admitted as first-year students or sophomores to the Art Education program are considered candidates in the program. Students must meet with their advisor and receive approval prior to registration for the student teaching placement and accompanying courses.  A minimum of 121 approved credits is required for the degree. Students are responsible for obtaining information regarding teacher licensure and degree requirements from the CESS Student Services office, 528 Waterman, or the CESS website.

Greek and Latin AMP

...Degree of Master of arts for Accelerated Students...ancient history (completing CLAS 121 and CLAS 122...

Greek and Latin M.A.

...Degree of Master of Arts Minimum Degree Requirements...ancient history (completing CLAS 121 and CLAS 122...

Computer Science Ph.D.

...Organization (e.g., CS 121 ), and Theory of...current state-of-the-art in a particular...