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Course Descriptions

The HUMANITIES study what it means to be human within a contemporary or historical context. These disciplines analyze the ideas and expressive artifacts of individuals or groups emphasizing qualitative rather than quantitative methods. The Humanities provide us with the broad frameworks within which enduring questions of existence, relationships, values, and aesthetics can be examined from multiple perspectives. The SOCIAL SCIENCES study human interactions and the social institutions in which these occur. These disciplines tend to adopt scientific methods, emphasizing quantitative rather than qualitative approaches. The Social Sciences provide us with the broad frameworks within which to analyze the nature of social systems, processes, and outcomes.

IA 143 - Watercolor Painting

  • Credit Hours: 4R-OL-4C
  • Term Available: -
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Corequisites: None

Introduction to watercolor painting techniques and concepts with emphasis on the understanding of the language and the fundamentals of artistic expression. Students will explore painting from still-life, landscape, masterpieces, and will experiment with a variety of painting styles. Color theory, compositional structure, and critical thinking skills will all be emphasized extensively. We will also study major watercolor painting styles in historical context. Demonstrations, PowerPoint presentations, group and individual critiques will be given throughout the course.

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