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Accounting
AC*E299*01
Forensic Accounting
George Klersey
Prerequisites:
None
Open To:
All Students
Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment: 20
Meeting Times: TBD
This course is designed for students who are curious about how and why
people commit fraud, how perpetrators are caught, and the various issues—
economic, political, and social—related to fraudulent activity.
The goals of this course will be accomplished by reviewing significant
business frauds that have occurred over the years and learning how those
frauds were perpetrated and discovered and how they might have been
prevented.  Students will read about the frauds, see videos detailing the
activity, and write a paper on a topic of their choice, which is pertinent to the
area, e.g., theft, consumer fraud, money laundering, and the like.
Art
AR*E299*02
Advanced Studio Projects
Steve Cole, Kevin Shook
Prerequisites:
At least two 300 level studio art courses,
Instructor Consent
Open To:
Studio Art Majors and Minors
Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment: 20
Meeting Times: M Tu WTh F 9:30am-2:30pm
An independent studio course for art studio majors and minors. The course
will focus on developing and refining a cohesive portfolio relative to the
individual’s concepts and techniques. The final portfolio themes, materials
and production expectations will be determined by consultation. There
will be an emphasis on current themes in contemporary art from selected
articles, writing assignments, seminar discussions and scheduled individual
and class critiques. Students are required to work outside of class to fulfill
a 40-hour-per-week schedule. Grade will be based on work ethic, writing
assignments and the final portfolio.
Special Project Designations
Service-
Learning
Project
Study-
Travel
Project
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Leadership
Studies
Project
AR*E499*03
Advanced Studio Projects – Senior Project
Steve Cole, Kevin Shook
Prerequisites:
At least two 300 level studio art courses,
Instructor Consent
Open To:
Senior Studio Art Majors
Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment: 20
Meeting Times: M Tu WTh F 9:30am-2:30pm
An independent studio course for art studio majors and minors. The course
will focus on developing and refining a cohesive portfolio relative to the
individual’s concepts and techniques. The final portfolio themes, materials
and production expectations will be determined by consultation. Senior
candidates for a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree will produce work in preparation
for the BFA Exhibition. There will be an emphasis on current themes in
contemporary art from selected articles, writing assignments, seminar
discussions and scheduled individual and class critiques. Students are
required to work outside of class to fulfill a 40-hour-per-week schedule.
Grade will be based on work ethic, writing assignments and the final portfolio.
Art History
ARH*E299*04
A Tale of Two Cities: The Museums and Monuments of London and Paris
Tim Smith, Jim Neel
Prerequisites:
Instructor Consent
Open To:
All Students
Grading System:
S/U
Max. Enrollment: 20
Meeting Times: TBD
This project provides students a chance to explore the major museums,
collections, and architectural monuments of two of western Europe‘s
culturally rich centers: London and Paris. After preparatory meetings in
Birmingham, we will spend a full two weeks examining in person a wide
range of art and architecture spanning prehistoric times through the current
day. The London itinerary will include the British Museum, National Gallery,
the Tate Modern, and Westminster Abbey. The Paris itinerary will include the
Louvre, the Musèe d‘Orsay, the Pompidou Center, Notre Dame, and Sainte
Chapelle.
Estimated Student Fees: $3950
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