SCUL 2302. Sculpture I.
Sculpture I (0-6) An introduction to basic sculptural concepts and materials with emphasis on simple manipulation of wood, steel and found objects. Six hours in studio per week.
SCUL 2332. Sculpture II.
Sculpture II (0-6) Continued development of sculptural concepts through the use of combining traditional sculpture materials. Six hours in studio per week.
SCUL 3302. Sculpture III.
Sculpture III (0-6) Sculptural fabrication through the manipulation of steel. To include steel cutting, forging, welding, and safety procedures. Six hours in studio per week.
SCUL 3332. Sculpture IV.
Sculpture IV (0-6) Experimentation in the casting of non-ferrious metals to include a variety of techniques and safety procedures. Six hours in studio per week.
3 Credit Hours
6 Total Contact Hours
6 Lab Hours
0 Lecture Hours
0 Other Hours
Prerequisite(s): (SCUL 3302 w/C or better)
SCUL 3342. Sculpture V.
Sculpture V (0-6) The development of sculptural form through the use of non-traditional materials. Six hours in studio per week.
SCUL 4302. Sculpture VI.
Sculpture VI (0-6) Investigation into the facets of public Sculpture and formal proposal writing. Six hours in the studio per week.
SCUL 4332. Sculpture VII.
Sculpture VII (0-6) Advanced sculptural investigation emphasizing individual directional development. Six hours in studio per week.
SCUL 4342. Special Problems in Sculpture.
Special Problems in Sculpture (0-6) Continued development of an individual direction in Sculpture. May be repeated for credit when problem varies.