Jun 17, 2019  
2018 - 2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018 - 2019 Undergraduate Catalog
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AT 303 - Senior Studio

Credits: 4 credits

Senior studio is the first course of a yearlong study involving private studio practice that works towards the creation of students’ thesis exhibitions.  During this class students begin researching the historical and theoretical contexts from which their individual practices evolved.  This research serves as the foundation for creation of the written thesis paper in the second semester.  At the conclusion of the class the student completes a draft of the written thesis and defined a direction for the thesis exhibition. 

Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to do the following:

  1. Foster a strong academic community dedicated to the pursuit of truth through serious study, integration of knowledge, and an ongoing dialogue between faith and reason;
  2. Encourage all students to explore widely the arts and sciences while they also prepare to live ethical and meaningful lives;
  3. Provide a strong foundation for graduate study, professional service, and career advancement;
  4. Offer in an extension of its Mission to multiple areas of the world, both degree and nondegree programs through distance education;
  5. Enhance students’ awareness of human dignity and the meaning of life;
  6. Advocate for justice and peace in recognition of each person’s responsibility for the welfare of both humankind and the environment.

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