University Catalog

Search Results


This is a seminar class for graduate students and will focus on exploring research strategies including the collection, interpretation and presentation of visual information. Students will read selected writings by artists, film and video makers, art historians, critics, designers and arts professionals on a weekly basis, contribute to class discussions, and examine their own creative strategies. A major component of this course will also be a series of in-class presentations by UTA Art+Art History faculty. The purpose of these lectures is to provide new graduate students with access to the diversity of faculty and their own unique perspectives. Invited faculty will work with the course instructor in selecting topics and readings for discussion within the seminar.

Mathematics - Graduate Programs

...of Arts Degree Requirements The Master of Arts...5304, MATH 5317, MATH 5321, MATH 5326,MATH...