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Economics

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...ECON 262 , and ECON 263 , or STAT 272...Residence marketing; entrepreneurship; strategy; arts management Mark Pernecky...

Environmental Studies

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...requirement. Arts and the Humanities The arts and...272 Statistical Modeling ECON 263 Statistics for Economics...

French

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...Art ART 252 Art 1880-1945 "The Shock of the New" ART 263 Medieval Art...

German

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...training in the fine arts, and their rich...147 , GERM 249 , GERM 263 , and GERM 266...

Management Studies

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...1920-Present ART 228 Animated Art ART 246...Design and Implementation CSCI 263 Ethical Issues in...

Medieval Studies

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...ART 263 Medieval Art ART 273 Religion, Royalty & Romantics: The Gothic and Gothic Revival ART...

Statistics

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...humanities, and even the arts. Examples of areas...for the Sciences ECON 263 Statistics for Economics...

ARTĀ 263: Medieval Art

This course explores the arts and architecture of western Europe from c. 300 to c. 1300. Through lectures and discussions, students study paintings, sculpture, manuscripts, metalwork, and stained glass windows created by the many cultures of this rich and diverse period in the history of art. Students approach the material in a variety of ways; in addition to issues of style, technique, and iconography, students address issues of viewing, patronage, and gender. Offered periodically. Counts toward medieval studies major.

GERMĀ 263: Topics in German Arts (in English)

Students examine the artistic heritage of the German-speaking countries and develop the skill of interpreting and analyzing art works in their cultural context. The specific topic may vary and may be broadly or narrowly defined to include a specific art form, theme, period, artist, or the art of the German-speaking countries. Topics include: the arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna, the Bauhaus, Weimar cinema, and German Expressionism. Taught in English. Counts toward the German major or German studies concentration. May be repeated if topic is different. Offered annually.