A practical study of how museums work, including acquisitions, conservation, exhibitions, and education as well as the social function, ethics, and working procedures of museums and galleries. Prerequisites: AR 201, 306.
Through a study of thinkers who have contributed to our understanding of art, the student will learn to apply various theories and methods of criticism to the interpretation and evaluation of visual imagery. Prerequisites: AR 201, 306.
This course provides a broad overview of the field of biomaterials. Beginning with introductory lectures on biomaterials and their translation from the laboratory to the medical marketplace, it progresses to discussions of important biomaterials terminology and concepts. Materials covered are both organic and inorganic chemistries. Basic materials science lectures then emphasize material structure-property to function-testing relationships. Course concludes with introductions other topics such as material-tissue interactions and tissue engineering applications. Prerequisite: CH305.