Art (ART) < North Dakota State University (2022)

ART110. Introduction to the Visual Arts. 3 Credits.

Study and analysis of artistic methods and meaning in the visual arts; designed for non-majors.

ART111. Introduction to Art History. 3 Credits.

Survey of world art from prehistoric to modern times designed for non-majors.

ART120. Painting I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic painting through a variety of materials. Includes historical examples, painting the human figure, using acrylics, oils, pastel, and mixed-media.

ART122. Studio Technology Foundations. 3 Credits.

Studio Technology Foundations is an introductory-level course in the Department of Visual Art. Lectures, demonstrations, and class assignments offer students an introduction to core technologies in the visual arts and equip students with a working knowledge of their respective operations and applications.

ART124. Foundations of Design. 3 Credits.

Foundations of Design is an introductory course that provides a comprehensive study of design elements and principles for work in two and three-dimensions.

ART130. Drawing I. 3 Credits.

Study and application of different drawing media, methods, and techniques. Drawing from the human figure required.

ART131. Foundations Drawing. 3 Credits.

This course emphasizes observational and technical skill development in a variety of media to solve literal and conceptual problems relating to the history of drawing.

ART150. Ceramics I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic ceramic techniques. Includes wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques, surface decoration, glazing, and firing.

ART153. Design Thinking and Creative Strategy. 3 Credits.

This course offers an introduction to the theory of art and design production, design processes, and critical theory, as it relates to the creation and reception of visual arts. Through a combination of lectures, reading discussions, and in-class activities students will learn strategies to solve problems and effectively move ideas into visual/conceptual statements.

ART160. Sculpture I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic sculpture materials and techniques. Includes exploration of sculptural form in maquettes and large-scale work; additive and subtractive approaches in wood, stone, and mixed media; casting practice in plaster and hydro-stone.

ART170. Printmaking I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic printmaking techniques and materials. Includes mono-print, collagraph, intaglio, relief, and serigraphy in both traditional and nontoxic methods.

ART180. Photography I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to basic photography. Includes visual issues of black and white and color photography. Experience with black and white processing and printing.

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ART185. Graphic Design I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to the foundations and principles of graphic design and graphic design software.

ART194. Individual Study. 1-3 Credits.

ART199. Special Topics. 1-5 Credits.

ART210. Art History I. 3 Credits.

Intensive survey of art from Paleolithic to the Renaissance.

ART211. Art History II. 3 Credits.

Intensive survey of art from the Renaissance to the present.

ART220. Painting II. 3 Credits.

Intermediate study, studio practice, and critique. Use of oils, acrylics, watercolor, and mixed media. Painting the human figure and development of individual concept and content. Prereq: ART120.

ART230. Drawing II. 3 Credits.

Advanced study and application of different drawing media, methods, techniques and drawing the human figure. Prereq: ART130.

ART250. Ceramics II. 3 Credits.

Intermediate study, studio practice, and critique. Development of individual concept and content. Further exploration of forming skills and surface decoration. Introduction to basic mold techniques, clay and glaze theory, and kiln technology. Prereq: ART150.

ART260. Sculpture II. 3 Credits.

Intermediate study, practice, and critique. Further exploration of materials and processes. Development of individual concept and content. Prereq: ART160.

ART270. Printmaking II. 3 Credits.

Intermediate study, studio practice, and critique. Extension of process and media. Development of individual concept and content. Prereq: ART170.

ART280. Digital Image and Output. 3 Credits.

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Introduction to digital photography workflow, digital image editing software, and inkjet printing. Prereq: ART180.

ART291. Seminar. 1-3 Credits.

ART292. Global Practicum: Study Abroad. 1-15 Credits.

Pre-Arranged study at accredited foreign institutions (study abroad), domestic institutions (National Student Exchange) or on approved study abroad programs. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing and prior approval by International Student and Study Abroad Services and major department. Graded 'P'or 'F' (Undergraduate), or 'S' or 'U' (Graduate).

ART294. Individual Study. 1-3 Credits.

ART299. Special Topics. 1-5 Credits.

ART320. Topics in Painting. 3 Credits.

Instruction in topics related to the advanced study of painting. Studio techniques, project development, and effective visual and oral communication practices are emphasized. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART120.

ART330. Drawing III. 3 Credits.

Advanced study, studio practice, and critique. Use of mixed-media approaches. Emphasis on individual concept and content. Life drawing emphasis. Prereq: ART230.

ART335. Figure Drawing. 3 Credits.

Exploration of the human form through drawing representationally, abstractly and expressively using a variety of media. Studying historic and contemporary use of the figure will be significant. Prereq: ART130.

ART350. Topics in Ceramics. 3 Credits.

Instruction in topics related to the advanced study of ceramics. Studio techniques, project development, and effective visual and oral communication practices are emphasized. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART150.

ART360. Sculpture III. 3 Credits.

Advanced study, practice, and critique. Use of mixed-media. Specialization in materials and processes. Emphasis on individual concept and content. Prereq: ART260.

ART370. Topics in Printmaking. 3 Credits.

Instruction in topics related to the advanced study of printmaking. Studio techniques, project development, and effective visual and oral communication practices are emphasized. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART170.

ART379. Global Seminar. 1-6 Credits.

NDSU instructed experience or field study in a foreign country. Conducted in English for residence credit. Pre-requisite: Prior approval by International Student and Study Abroad Services and major department. May be repeated. Standard Grading.

ART380. Topics in Photography. 3 Credits.

Instruction in topics related to the advanced study of photography. Studio techniques, project development, and effective visual and oral communication practices are emphasized. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART180.

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ART385. Advanced Topics in Graphic Design. 3 Credits.

Development of concepts and practices related to graphic design, digital technologies and their applications in design and visual arts. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART185.

ART389. Art Theory and Criticism. 3 Credits.

This course covers the development and application of art theory and criticism from the advent of photography to the present. The course presents theory and criticism as fluid methods of understanding art. The course covers standard theories as well as their critical applications. Prereq: ART210, ART211.

ART390. Advanced Studio Arts Development. 3-6 Credits.

Instruction in topics related to the advanced study and development of the studio arts. Studio techniques, project iteration, and effective visual and oral communication practices are emphasized. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Requires one from the following: ART120, ART150, ART160, ART170, ART180 or ART185. Corequisite: Art 391 or Art 491.

ART391. Seminar. 1-3 Credits.

ART392. Global Practicum: Study Abroad. 1-3 Credits.

Pre-Arranged study at accredited foreign institutions (study abroad), domestic institutions (National Student Exchange) or on approved study abroad programs. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing and prior approval by International Student and Study Abroad Services and major department. Graded 'P'or 'F' (Undergraduate), or 'S' or 'U' (Graduate).

ART394. Individual Study. 1-3 Credits.

ART399. Special Topics. 1-5 Credits.

ART420. Baccalaureate Studio: Painting. 3 Credits.

This course facilitates studio production for the Baccalaureate process. Work-flow will follow specific deadlines that accompany the critique schedule in ART489. You will be working with your studio professor to prepare and develop a body of work that will culminate in an exhibition at the end of the semester. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART320.

ART430. Drawing IV. 3 Credits.

Advanced study, studio practice and critique in drawing. Exploration in individual concept, process and professional preparation. May be repeated. Prereq: ART330.

ART435. Advanced Figure Drawing. 3 Credits.

Advanced study, studio practice and critique in figure drawing. Continued exploration of the human form and development of an individual concept. May be repeated. Prereq: ART335.

ART450. Baccalaureate Studio: Ceramics. 3 Credits.

This course facilitates studio production for the Baccalaureate process. Work-flow will follow specific deadlines that accompany the critique schedule in ART489. You will be working with your studio professor to prepare and develop a body of work that will culminate in an exhibition at the end of the semester. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART350.

ART451. History of American Art. 3 Credits.

Study of American art from pre-Columbian through contemporary (including Native American), emphasizing its highly individual nature and its effect on world art. Prereq: ART210, ART211.

ART452. Contemporary Art. 3 Credits.

Study of the development of contemporary art examining its cultural and intellectual basis; includes analysis of current art imagery and readings in art theory and criticism.

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ART453. Topics in Art History. 3 Credits.

As an upper-division course in a specialized topic in Art History, the subject matter of the course varies by semester, allowing the curriculum to be more responsive and flexible in the subjects it addresses. May be repeated. Prereq: ART210 or ART211.

ART460. Sculpture IV. 3 Credits.

Advanced study, studio practice and critique in sculpture. A focus on current issues in sculpture with innovative use of form, process and materials centered in a personal use of content and formal issues. May be repeated. Prereq: ART360.

ART470. Baccalaureate Studio: Printmaking. 3 Credits.

This course facilitates studio production for the Baccalaureate process. Work-flow will follow specific deadlines that accompany the critique schedule in ART489. You will be working with your studio professor to prepare and develop a body of work that will culminate in an exhibition at the end of the semester. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART370.

ART480. Baccalaureate Studio: Photography. 3 Credits.

This course facilitates studio production for the Baccalaureate process. Work-flow will follow specific deadlines that accompany the critique schedule in ART489. You will be working with your studio professor to prepare and develop a body of work that will culminate in an exhibition at the end of the semester. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART380.

ART485. Baccalaureate Studio: Graphic Design. 3 Credits.

This course facilitates studio production for the Baccalaureate process. Work-flow will follow specific deadlines that accompany the critique schedule in ART489. You will be working with your studio professor to prepare and develop a body of work that will culminate in an exhibition at the end of the semester. May be repeated for credit. Prereq: ART385.

ART489. Baccalaureate Project. 3-6 Credits.

Capstone research and creative experience within a specific area of interest with emphasis on refinement of aesthetic applications of techniques and media. May be repeated.

ART491. Seminar. 1-5 Credits.

ART492. Global Practicum: Study Abroad. 1-15 Credits.

Pre-Arranged study at accredited foreign institutions (study abroad), domestic institutions (National Student Exchange) or on approved study abroad programs. Pre-requisite: Sophomore standing and prior approval by International Student and Study Abroad Services and major department. Graded 'P'or 'F' (Undergraduate), or 'S' or 'U' (Graduate).

ART494. Individual Study. 1-5 Credits.

ART496. Field Experience. 1-15 Credits.

ART499. Special Topics. 1-5 Credits.

ART690. Graduate Seminar. 1-5 Credits.

ART793. Individual Study/Tutorial. 1-5 Credits.

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The most popular majors at North Dakota State University include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services; Engineering; Health Professions and Related Programs; Agricultural/Animal/Plant/Veterinary Science and Related Fields; Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences; Biological and Biomedical ...

How large is North Dakota State University? ›

It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 10,199 (fall 2021), its setting is city, and the campus size is 261 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. North Dakota State University's ranking in the 2022-2023 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, #285.

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North Dakota State University is one of the top universities in Fargo, United States. It is ranked #201-250 in US UNI (universities) 2021.

Which school is bigger UND or NDSU? ›

Grand Forks-based University of North Dakota (UND) is the largest public institution with an enrollment of 14,906 students as of Fall 2014 enrollment data. Fargo-based North Dakota State University (NDSU) is the second largest public institution, with an enrollment of 14,747 students for Fall 2014.

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Because living on campus increases the chance that students will achieve academic and personal success, all first year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus.

Is Dakota State d1? ›

With 19 sports competing at the NCAA Division I level, the Jackrabbits have claimed 34 regular and postseason league championships in eight different sports since 2009-10.

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Tons of raging parties almost any night of the week.

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The North Dakota State University of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, more commonly known as North Dakota State University (NDSU), is a public land-grant research university in Fargo, North Dakota.

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The North Dakota State Bison football program represents North Dakota State University in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level and competes in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

What is the acceptance rate at SDSU? ›

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According to State Board of Higher Education (SBHE) policy 918, alcoholic beverages are prohibited upon land or in buildings owned by the University of North Dakota.

Is University of North Dakota prestigious? ›

University of North Dakota Rankings

#249 in National Universities by US News and World Report, 2021. #123 in Top Public Schools by US News and World Report, 2021. #183 in Best Undergraduate engineering Programs, 2021. #401-500 in US College Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022.

How many universities are there in North Dakota? ›

North Dakota's higher education system is composed of 20 colleges and universities. Of these, 14 are public institutions, five are nonprofit private schools, and one is a for-profit private institution.

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It is the policy of NDSU that individuals are generally prohibited from having animals of any type, other than service animals, in University housing.

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Co-ed Living: Suites in Cater Hall are single gender, but floors are mixed gender.

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Two Bedroom134$262.50/month
Three Bedroom45$310.50/month
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Dakota State University is ranked #85 out of 167 Regional Universities Midwest. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

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Dakota State is in the heart of Madison, South Dakota.

Is NDSU a d1 school? ›

The North Dakota State Bison football program represents North Dakota State University in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level and competes in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The Bison play in the 19,000 seat Fargodome located in Fargo.

Does NDSU have a medical school? ›

We offer North Dakota's only four-year doctor of medicine degree. Students spend their first two years in Grand Forks before training at clinical sites across the state.

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In 2004, all North Dakota State athletic teams moved to Division I. From 2004 to 2007, the Bison were members of the Great West Football Conference. Since 2008 they have been affiliated with the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

Which school is bigger UND or NDSU? ›

Grand Forks-based University of North Dakota (UND) is the largest public institution with an enrollment of 14,906 students as of Fall 2014 enrollment data. Fargo-based North Dakota State University (NDSU) is the second largest public institution, with an enrollment of 14,747 students for Fall 2014.

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Story Links. As Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season kicks off this week, North Dakota State continues to set the standard as the top FCS program for producing NFL talent. An all-time high of 15 former Bison football players will begin the season on NFL rosters – 12 on active rosters and three on practice squads.

Do NDSU freshman have to live on campus? ›

Because living on campus increases the chance that students will achieve academic and personal success, all first year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus.

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Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into
  • University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. ...
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School. ...
  • University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine. ...
  • University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine. ...
  • LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport.

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All applicants to medical school at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents of the United States.

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University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences is a 4-year MD-granting program and the only medical school within the state of North Dakota. UND matriculated its first class in 1905 and has grown into a medical school that has educated approximately 67 percent of family physicians in the state.

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Top 100 - Lowest Acceptance Rates
SchoolLocationFall 2021 Acceptance Rate
Princeton UniversityPrinceton, NJ4%
Stanford UniversityStanford, CA4%
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CT5%
Brown UniversityProvidence, RI6%
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10 Colleges With the Highest Acceptance Rates
  • Liberty University: 99%
  • Marshall University: 98%
  • University of New Mexico: 97%
  • Kansas State University: 96%
  • University of Maine: 96%
  • North Dakota State University: 95%
  • University of Memphis: 95%
  • University of Utah: 95%
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After Sam Houston claimed its first-ever championship in the 2021 spring season, ending North Dakota State's three-peat, the Bison then won their ninth national title in January 2022.

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It stands for Football Championship Subdivision and was known as Division I-AA from 1978-2005. The main difference between FBS and FCS is how a final winner is determined. The FBS has the four-team College Football Playoff while the FCS hosts a 24-team playoff for the NCAA D-I Football Championship.

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