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ART 471. SENIOR EXHIBITION. 1 Credit.

Cross-listed: DESN 471.
Notes: must be repeated three times for credit.
Pre-requisites: senior standing and declared BFA in VCD major.

Visual Communication Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

http://catalog.ewu.edu/arts-letters-education/art/visual-communication-design-bfa/

The Department of Engineering & Design and the Department of Art offer an intercollegiate Visual Communication Design program founded on four major concerns: developing the highest levels of individual creative performance and professional education; providing courses for all students which develop ability in both technical visual communications as well as important core skills in the area of fine art; giving students a greater cultural and historical understanding and aesthetic appreciation of the function of design in the arts and in the world around them; and functioning as dual centers of emphasis and resource for the visual arts, visual communication and technology in the cultural activities of both the university community and the community at large.

English as a Second Language Minor

http://catalog.ewu.edu/arts-letters-education/english-second-language/english-second-language-minor/

...endorsement should take ESLG 471 , which prepares students...GECR) Humanities and Fine Arts (2 courses)--students...

Computer Science Major, Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS)

http://catalog.ewu.edu/science-technology-engineering-mathematics/computer-science/computer-science-bcs/

...20 Animation Focus Group ART 300 DRAWING CSCD...COMPUTER GRAPHICS PRINCIPLS CSCD 471 ADVANCED 3D COMPUTER...

Visual Communication Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

http://catalog.ewu.edu/science-technology-engineering-mathematics/design/visual-communication-design-bfa/

The Department of Engineering & Design and the Department of Art offer an intercollegiate Visual Communication Design program founded on four major concerns: developing the highest levels of individual creative performance and professional education; providing courses for all students which develop ability in both technical visual communications as well as important core skills in the area of fine art; giving students a greater cultural and historical understanding and aesthetic appreciation of the function of design in the arts and in the world around them; and functioning as dual centers of emphasis and resource for the visual arts, visual communication and technology in the cultural activities of both the university community and the community at large.