Art and Design Option
This option is available within the Wood Innovation for Sustainability major at the following location:
The Art and Design (A&D) option prepares students to engage with renewable materials on an aesthetic level, whether as interior designers, fine artists, or entrepreneurs. Students will gain not only an in-depth knowledge of renewable materials but also how these materials can function visually within the human space. In addition to the aesthetic aspect, students will gain an understanding of green building materials and green architecture.
Option Code: 478
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate fundamental knowledge of wood and similar renewable materials that make them challenging to utilize as industrial and building materials.
- Demonstrate command of renewable material moisture content and specific gravity calculations.
- Demonstrate ability to find, compile, analyze and communicate technical information.
- Gain familiarity with the diverse complexity of the Renewable Materials industry, and the challenges it faces with balancing business and environmental goals.
- Demonstrate a combination of technical and business accum that allows effective management of process and people.
- Gain information and knowledge to become a better global citizen.
|ART 291||SCULPTURE I||4|
|ART 339||PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES FOR ARTISTS||3|
|DSGN 121||COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN||3|
|MTH 245||*MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES||4|
|ST 243Z||ELEMENTARY STATISTICS I||4|
|WSE 112||SANDING AND FINISHING WOOD PRODUCTS||2|
|or ART 115||2-D CORE STUDIO|
|WSE 350||WOODWORKING PRACTICUM||3|
|WSE 392||*BAMBOOLOOZA: THE FASCINATING WORLD OF BAMBOO||3|
|or ART 117||3-D CORE STUDIO|
|WSE 413/ART 413||WOODTURNING WITH SCIENCE II||4|
|WSE 417||INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURAL WOODTURNING||4|
|WSE 418||INTEGRATED SCULPTURAL WOODTURNING||4|
|Approved Area of Concentration|
|Select a 24-credit program of study, including 12 upper-division studio credits and 12 credits of Restricted Electives:||24|
|*INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS|
|DIGITAL CORE STUDIO|
|*INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN ART: PREHISTORY TO HIGH MIDDLE AGES|
|*INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN ART|
|*HISTORY OF WESTERN ARCHITECTURE|
|*PHOTOGRAPHY: HISTORY, TECHNOLOGY, CULTURE AND ART|
|*ART OF JAPAN|
|PHOTOGRAPH: STUDIO LIGHTING|
|*CREATIVE COLLABORATION: DESIGNING AND BUILDING|
|*HISTORY OF DESIGN|
|ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY|
|INTRODUCTION TO ARTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP|
|DESIGN THINKING AND PROCESS INNOVATION|
|BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS|
|SCENE AND STAGE DESIGN|
|INDUSTRIAL MARKETING OF WOOD PRODUCTS|
|SPECIAL TOPICS (Study Abroad)|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Baccalaureate Core Courses
The following categories are not automatically satisfied by the major core or the option:
|Cultural Diversity (if not met by a Restricted Elective)||3|
|Difference, Power, and Discrimination||3|
|Western Culture OR Social Processes and Institutions||3|
|Contemporary Global Issues||3|
Option Code: 478