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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.

ARTH 148. Greek Art. 3 Credits.

Development of painting, sculpture, architecture, and related arts in Greek lands 3000-30 B.C. Prerequisite: ARTH 005.

ARTS 148. Motion Picture Production. 3 Credits.

Study of the principles, properties and potentials of four-dimensional media through production exercises, viewing, reading and discussion. Includes theoretical, conceptual, and technical information. Prerequisites: ARTS 012 or FTS 007 or FTS 008 or FTS 010.