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ARTH003: Elements of Drawing

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
5 Evaluations, 2 Projects, 2 Progress Tests
(ARTH003055)


This course provides an introduction to the visual arts. It concentrates on the principles of drawing, discussing the roles of an art critic and an art historian. Although unit evaluations and progress tests are objective, graded projects allow students to create original works of art. NOTE: To complete this course entirely online (without Mail Processing), students will need access to a scanner. Specific instructions on how to submit projects electronically are given in the online course management system.

Available in print or online

Course Materials

Required:
Textbook: Creating and Understanding Drawings (ISBN: 9780078682193). This textbook may not be available through Follett Virtual Campus bookstore. You can use the ISBN listed to source it elsewhere.
Elements of Drawing Art Supplies Kit

Optional:
Elements of Drawing Syllabus ARTH003055 (printed course content)


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Tuition
Online course content is included in tuition for all courses except those designated as "PRINT ONLY".
Tuition (ARTH003055)

Required Fee
A $50 non-refundable Administrative Fee is required for each course.
Administrative Fee

Optional Services

Some course materials are highly recommended for successful completion of the course, but not required. Course materials are available for purchase through Follett Virtual Bookstores.

Mail Processing Fee:
Selecting this service allows for print submission of evaluations, projects, and progress tests via regular postal mail. Mail Processing is required for all PRINT ONLY courses, and optional for all other courses.

Mail Processing (ARTH003055) [Add $35.00]

Summary
Course Price $250.00



  • Tuition (ARTH003055)  $200.00
  • Administrative Fee  $50.00

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