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ARTH 1100. Art Appreciation (3-0-3) A survey of art throughout the ages. Students develop abilities to comprehend and evaluate concepts and issues pertaining to cultural heritage as embodied in the visual arts. (Course fee required.)

ITDS 1145. Comparative Arts (3-0-3) An introduction to the arts with emphasis on common elements, parallel dimensions, and aesthetic perception and response. (Course fee required.)

MUSC 1100. Music Appreciation (3-0-3) The elements of music as revealed through study of Western art music, American vernacular music, and non-Western music. Consideration of the role of music and the musician in society, both past and present is covered. (Course fee required.)

THEA 1100. Theatre Appreciation (3-0-3) A general course in the appreciation of theatre. The use of films, guest lectures, demonstrations, and discussions of theatre of all periods may be included. (Course fee required.)

ARTH 2125. Introduction to the History of Art 1– Prehistoric through Gothic (3-0-3) Introduction to the formal and symbolic structure of the artwork and its development from prehistory through the mid-13th century. (Course fee required.)

ARTH 2126. Introduction to the History of Art 2– Renaissance through Modern (3-0-3) Introduction to themes and problems in the history of western art from the Renaissance (mid- to late-13th century) through the 20th century. (Course fee required.)