ART 2110 LIFE DRAWING II (3 credits)
Life Drawing II is an expansion of the instruction and skill set obtained during Life Drawing I. This course continues to assist the student become aware of unfamiliar forms in the figure. Perceptual and conceptual skill building is again emphasized. Lab Fee required.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ART 2100
Vision Statement To be recognized and respected throughout the United States as one of the premier Colleges of Arts and Sciences at a metropolitan university, maximizing our resources to build exceptional programs related to teaching, scholarship, creative activity, outreach, and service. Mission Statement The College of Arts and Sciences is a liberal arts college within a metropolitan university. The College serves as UNO’s standard-bearer for the tradition of liberal education, which emphasizes the importance of breadth of knowing and ways of knowing as central to a student’s education, and defending this view of education from critics who see the tradition as outdated, impractical, and unable to prepare students for the 21st century workforce. Courses of instruction are offered in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences/mathematics, and interdisciplinary areas that cross traditional disciplinary lines in order to support a liberal education for the students of the College and to provide a significant portion of the general education requirements of the university. We offer disciplinary and interdisciplinary majors and minors as well as programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. The College is committed to outstanding teaching and to significant scholarship and research activities of its faculty and students and encourages involvement with our metropolitan community and the world at large. The College endorses the goals articulated by the Strategic Plan of the University of Nebraska Omaha to (1) achieve academic excellence, (2) place students at the center of our academic enterprise, and (3) actively engage our community. General Information The College of Arts and Sciences offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, with a diversity of majors from the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. The College also offers advising for many pre-professional programs preparing students for graduate or professional schools in medicine, allied health and law . Academic majors are available in the following fields: bioinformatics, biology, molecular and biomedical biology, black studies, chemistry, economics, English, environmental science, foreign languages and literature, general science, geography, geology, history, interdisciplinary studies, international studies, Latino/Latin American studies, mathematics, medical humanities, neuroscience, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religion, sociology, and women’s and gender studies. The pre-professional programs of study are determined largely by the requirements of the graduate or professional schools which students intend to enter. If planned carefully, the requirements for a pre-professional program can also meet many of the requirements for a B.A. or B.S. degree. These pre-professional programs are not academic majors and a student seeking a degree from UNO must complete the requirements of a major as well. Pre-professional information can be found on the Arts and Sciences website . Accreditation Information Accreditation Major Degree Accreditation Body Chemistry BA/BS American Chemical Society (ACS) School of Psychology MS Ed.S. - Recognized by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) - Nebraska Department of Education Choice of Catalog Policy A student registering in the College of Arts & Sciences for the first time may, except for the limitations described below, complete work for the degree according to the requirements of the catalog in effect during that year or during any subsequent year prior to and including the year the student applies for the degree. Returning students who have not been enrolled for two or more years will complete work for the degree according to the requirements of the catalog in effect during the year they re-enroll or any subsequent year prior to and including the year the student applies for the degree. The College of Arts & Sciences reserves the right to institute and make effective, after due notice, during the course of a student’s work toward a degree, any new ruling which may be necessary for the general good of the college and to substitute courses currently offered for those no longer offered. Contact Information: Arts and Sciences Advising Center 240 Arts and Sciences Hall 402.554.2458 College Website
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