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Design Studies

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(Interdepartmental Undergraduate Program)

Kate Schwennsen, Program Coordinator

The Design Studies program brings together courses that deal with the integrated study of the conceptualization, production, visible form, uses, and history of artifacts, buildings, and environments as well as the common qualities and connections among the design fields. Students in any college may elect to take a minor in Design Studies.

Core Design Program

Several Design Studies courses are part of the Core Design Program, which is required for all undergraduate students in the College of Design.

Minor – Design Studies

The undergraduate minor in Design Studies is constructed to facilitate design awareness among interested students and to provide a vehicle for interdisciplinary study within the College of Design. This minor is open to all undergraduate students at Iowa State University.

Additional information is available in the Student Programs and Services Office, 297 College of Design.

Minor – Digital Media

To familiarize students with the use of digital media in the design process, the College of Design offers an undergraduate Minor in Digital Media. This minor is open only to undergraduate students in the College of Design.

Detailed information is available in the Student Programs and Services Office, 297 College of Design.

Courses primarily for undergraduate students

Dsn S 102. Design Studio I. (1-6) Cr. 4. F.S.A core design studio course exploring the interaction of two-and three-dimensional design. Emphasis on fundamental skills and ideas shared across design disciplines. Investigation of creative process, visual order and materials, and development of critical thinking through studio projects and lectures. Includes study of precedents, contemporary design practices and disciplines in their cultural contexts.

Dsn S 110. Design Exchange Seminar I. (0-2) Cr. 1. F.Prereq: Member of Design Exchange Learning Community. Orientation to the College of Design. Introduction to the design disciplines and studio pedagogy. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 111. Design Exchange Seminar II. (0-2) Cr. 1. S.Prereq: Member of the Design Exchange Learning Community. Development and clarification of career and academic plans. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 115. Design Collaborative Seminar. (1-0) Cr. 0.5.Prereq: Member of Design Collaborative Learning Community. Orientation to the College of Design. Introduction to the design disciplines and studio pedagogy. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 131. Design Representation. (1-6) Cr. 4. F.S.An introduction to drawing through lecture and studio experiences. Focus on creative problem solving and communication in order to give visual form to ideas. Emphasis on perceptual, conceptual, and evaluative abilities through experiences that build eye, brain, and hand coordination. Explorations include drawing from observation and memory, working at various scales and duration, and using a variety of media and processes.

Dsn S 181. Origins and Evolution of Modern Design. (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.History of designed artifacts, their creators, and their cultural environments in Western Europe and America from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution to the present.

Dsn S 183. Design Cultures. (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.A broad-based exploration of the dynamic relationship between design and culture, employing case study method to investigate particular examples of cultural production in contemporary society. Design processes and design works are presented as culturally, economically, environmentally, historically, ideologically, politically, and socially grounded events and artifacts.

Dsn S 221. History of Western Architecture I. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Introductory survey with emphasis on the cultural, visual, natural, and constructed context. Ancient through Renaissance.

Dsn S 222. History of Western Architecture II. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Introductory survey with emphasis on the cultural, visual, natural, and constructed context. Renaissance to present.

Dsn S 270. Forces Shaping Our Metropolitan Environment. (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Must be taken prior to completing 9 credits in C R P. Introduction to the social, political, physical, and economic forces as they shape metropolitan areas. A comprehensive picture of metropolitan development showing important roles other urban disciplines play in the planning process and the interrelationships of the disciplines.

Dsn S 274. The Social and Behavioral Landscape. (Cross-listed with L A). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Exploration of social and behavioral factors pertinent to design of the domestic, civic, and commercial landscape. Focus on working familiarity with design principles as they relate to the behavior and activities of people across a broad demographic and cultural spectrum; application of these principles to design of outdoor environments. Lectures and discussions, including group exercises and field trips.

Dsn S 280. History of Art I. (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Development of the visual arts of western civilization including painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts; from prehistoric through Gothic.
H. Honors. Cr. 4.

Dsn S 281. History of Art II. (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Development of the visual arts of western civilization including painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts; from the Renaissance to the twentieth century.
H. Honors. Cr. 4.

Dsn S 291. World Cities and Globalization. (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. F., offered 2010.Prereq: Sophomore classification. World cities and globalization in developed and developing countries. Topics include globalization, world cities and regions, uneven economic development, the international division of labor, multinational corporations, international environmentalism, tourism, popular culture and place- based identity.

Dsn S 292. Introduction to Visual Culture Studies. (Cross-listed with ART). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.Prereq: Open to all majors. An introduction to various topics in visual culture studies. The lecture course will provide students with a creative and intellectual context in which to study historical and contemporary instances of the visual in culture. Individual lectures examine significant trends in the visual arts, mass media, scientific imagery, visual communications, and other areas related to visual literacy and visual representation in local and global contexts. Cross cultural viewpoints and issues of diversity will be presented in relation to visual culture and related fields.

Dsn S 293. Environmental Planning. (Cross-listed with C R P, Env S). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Prereq: Sophomore classification. Comprehensive overview of the field of environmental relationships and the efforts being made to organize, control, and coordinate environmental, aesthetic, and cultural characteristics of land, air, and water.

Dsn S 301. Study Abroad Preparation Seminar. (1-0) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S.Cultural introduction to host country, introduction to faculty sponsor and program of study, the particulars of traveling and living abroad, and financial and logistical preparations. Guest lectures. Required of all students planning to participate in a College of Design study abroad program for 9 or more credits. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 302. Design Leadership Seminar. (1-2) Cr. 2. Repeatable.Prereq: Selection as a peer mentor for the Core Design program.. For students serving as peer mentors for the Core Design Program, under faculty supervision. Development of teaching and leadership skills within the context of design education experiences. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 303. Design Ambassadors. (1-2) Cr. 1-2. Repeatable.Prereq: Admittance into one of the professional programs in the College of Design. Opportunity to strengthen leadership, communication and presentation skills. Introduction to student development theory. Students participate in collaborative projects focused on prospective design students. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 310. Practical Experience. Cr. R.Prereq: Permission of adviser or Coordinator of Design Studies. Independent educational enrichment through practical experience. Students must register for this course prior to commencing each term. Available only to students taking course loads of eleven credits or less.

Dsn S 320. Urban Form. (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2011.Prereq: C R P 253 or 270, or permission of instructor. Examines how urban form is shaped, what constitutes good urban form, and what are the trends in emerging urban forms. Descriptive, explanatory and normative theories of urban form, and the relationships between urban form and social, economic, political, cultural, and institutional forms.

Dsn S 351. Solar Home Design. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Arch 202. Architectural design and technical analysis of residential structures with emphasis on energy construction and solar energy utilization.

Dsn S 371. Landscape Architectural History: 1750 to Present. (Cross-listed with L A). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Investigation of landscape design concepts and trends as observed over time, from approximately 1750 to the present, with emphasis on the United States and Europe. Examination of significant figures and outstanding works (sites, gardens, landscapes, monuments, subdivisions, city plans, etc.) of varied geographic regions. Analysis of the social, economic, political, and technical forces contributing to the development of landscape design styles, vocabulary, and literature. Lectures, readings, projects, research papers.

Dsn S 373. Landscape Architectural History: Prehistory to 1750. (Cross-listed with L A). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Investigation of international landscape design concepts and trends as observed over time, from pre-history to the mid 18th century. Examination of significant figures and outstanding works (sites, gardens, landscapes, monuments, subdivisions, city plans, etc.) of varied geographic regions. Analysis of the social, economic, political, and technical forces contributing to the development of landscape design styles, vocabulary, and literature. Lectures, readings, projects, research papers.

Dsn S 382. Art and Architecture of Asia. (Dual-listed with 582). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Introduction to the history of art and architecture in China, Korea, and Japan before the modern era. Visual materials selected based on important themes that are critical in understanding East Asian culture and art tradition. Museum field trip expenses to be paid by students. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 383. Greek and Roman Art. (Dual-listed with 583). (Cross-listed with Art H, Cl St). (3-0) Cr. 3.Greek art from Neolithic and Hellenistic periods. Roman art from the traditional founding to the end of the empire in the West. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 385. Renaissance Art. (Dual-listed with 585). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.European art including painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts; thirteenth through sixteenth centuries. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 394. Women/Gender in Art. (Dual-listed with 594). (Cross-listed with Art H, W S). (3-0) Cr. 3.Issues of gender related to cultural environments from the Middle Ages to contemporary times in Europe and America. Feminist movement beginning in the 1970s and specifically gender issues in art that are becoming widespread in the artistic culture. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 397. Internship Search Seminar. (1-0) Cr. 1. F.Prereq: Sophomore classification or above in one of the College of Design degree programs. A structured environment to set realistic learning goals, research potential sites, develop a strategy, develop essential job search materials and skills for finding an internship. Successfully obtaining an internship either for credit or non credit is encouraged but not required. Satisfactory-fail only.

Dsn S 404. Advanced Landscape Architectural Design. (Cross-listed with L A). (1-15) Cr. 6. Repeatable. S.Prereq: L A 401. Advanced forum for the demonstration of sophistication in landscape architectural design. Experimentation and innovation are encouraged.

Dsn S 417. Urban Revitalization. (Dual-listed with 517). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2010.Prereq: C R P 253 or 270. Planning methods available to further revitalization and preservation efforts, with particular attention to housing and neighborhoods. Relationship between neighborhood change and urban development process; public policy implications.

Dsn S 425. Growth Management. (Dual-listed with 525). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Prereq: Junior classification. Review of techniques used to manage growth-related change and to implement plans. Capital investment strategies; public land acquisition and protection; development impact analysis; impact mitigation, including impact fees; phased growth systems; urban, suburban and rural relationships; and land preservation.

Dsn S 426. Topics in Native American Architecture. (Cross-listed with Am In, Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. Repeatable. F.S.Prereq: Junior classification. History, theory, and principles of Native American/American Indian architecture, landscape architecture and planning considering relationships to the culture, visual arts, site, and surroundings. Credit counts toward fulfillment of Studies in Architecture and Culture requirements. A maximum of 6 credits of Arch 426 may be applied to degree program. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 429. International Planning. (Dual-listed with 529). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Junior classification. Introduction to issues in planning and governance in an international setting. Problems and strategies may include population movement and change, economic globalization, urban growth, rural development, and housing.

Dsn S 442. Site Development. (Dual-listed with 542). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2010.Prereq: C R P 253, 272. Introduction to site analysis using landscape architecture and environmental principles, drawing also on basic engineering concepts. Work will evolve from analysis to land development design.

Dsn S 446. Interdisciplinary Design Studio. (Dual-listed with 546). (0-12) Cr. 4-6. Repeatable.Prereq: Junior classification in a curriculum in the College of Design and permission of instructor. Advanced interdisciplinary design projects.

Dsn S 478. Topical Studies in Landscape Architecture. (Dual-listed with 578). (Cross-listed with L A). Cr. 2-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: L A 371 or senior classification or graduate standing. Offerings vary with each term; check with department for available sections. Course contact hours can range from (2-0) to (3-0) depending on number of credits.
A. Landscape Design
B. Planting Design
C. Construction
D. History, Theory, Criticism
E. Landscape Planning
F. Urban Design
G. Graphics
H. Honors
I. Interdisciplinary Studies
J. International Studies
K. Computer Applications
L. Ecological Design
M. Social, Behavioral
N. Natural Resources

Dsn S 481. Art and Architecture of India. (Dual-listed with 581). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Survey of Indian-style art and architecture through history. Examine how art and architecture developed in the Indian world has come to define the Indian identity religiously, culturally, socially, and politically. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 484. Sustainable Communities. (Dual-listed with 584). (Cross-listed with C R P, Env S). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2011.Prereq: Senior classification. The history and theory of sustainable community planning. Procedural and substantive dimensions. Case studies of communities engaged in sustainability planning. Use and development of indicators.

Dsn S 487. Nineteenth Century Art. (Dual-listed with 587). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.European and American art and architecture from 1780 to 1900 focusing on the major movements of western Europe: Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 488. Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory I. (Dual-listed with 588). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Visual arts and critical theory from Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 489. Sequential Art. (Dual-listed with 589). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.SS.An art-historical survey of comic strips, comic books, and graphic novels from their origins in the 19th century to the present.

Dsn S 490. Independent Study. Cr. 1-4. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: Written approval of instructor and department chair on required form prior to semester of enrollment. Independent investigation of a topic of special interest to the student.
A. History
B. Technology
C. Communications
D. Design
E. Entrepreneurship
F. Social/Behavioral
H. Honors

Dsn S 491. Environmental Law and Planning. (Dual-listed with 591). (Cross-listed with C R P, Env S). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: 6 credits in natural sciences. Environmental law and policy as applied in planning at the local and state levels. Brownfields, environmental justice, water quality, air quality, wetland and floodplain management, and local government involvement in ecological protection through land use planning and other programs.

Dsn S 492. Special Topics: Italian Culture. Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: Enrollment in the College of Design Rome Study Abroad Program or in Dsn S 301. Introduction to Italian contemporary culture, including language, fashion, politics, media, and social mores. Taught the semester prior and during study in Rome for students in the College of Design Rome program.

Dsn S 495. Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory II. (Dual-listed with 595). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Visual arts and critical theory from Abstract Expressionism to the present. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 496. History of Photography. (Dual-listed with 596). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Survey of the evolution of photography and photojournalism from the 1830s to the present, seen from an art historical perspective, emphasizing causative factors, cultural influences, and major masters and schools. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Dsn S 498. Selected Topics in Art History. (Dual-listed with 598). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. Repeatable.Specialized study in the history or criticism of art and design. Course primarily for graduate students open to qualified undergraduate students.

Courses primarily for graduate students, open to qualified undergraduate students

Dsn S 504. Why Change Anything?. (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2010.Prereq: Graduate classification. Introduction to a range of approaches to justifying innovations, changes, and interventions proposed by designers, planners, and artists. Reasons for change and their bases in social, philosophical, and design reasoning; and their usefulness in justifying change to different audiences. Investigation of fallacies, ideologies, and contemporary problems in justifications.

Dsn S 517. Urban Revitalization. (Dual-listed with 417). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2010.Prereq: Graduate Classification. Planning methods available to further revitalization and preservation efforts, with particular attention to housing and neighborhoods. Relationship between neighborhood change and urban development process; public policy implications.

Dsn S 525. Growth Management. (Dual-listed with 425). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. F., offered 2009.Prereq: Graduate classification. Review of techniques used to manage growth-related change and to implement plans. Capital investment strategies; public land acquisition and protection; development impact analysis; impact mitigation, including impact fees; phased growth systems; urban, suburban, rural relationships; and land preservation.

Dsn S 528. Topical Studies in Architecture. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 2-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: Arch 221, 222 or senior classification or graduate standing.
A. Studies in Architecture and Culture
B. Technology
C. Communications
D. Design
E. Practice

Dsn S 529. International Planning. (Dual-listed with 429). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Graduate classification. Introduction to issues in planning and governance in an international setting. Problems and strategies may include population movement and change, economic globalization, urban growth, rural development, and housing.

Dsn S 542. Site Development. (Dual-listed with 442). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Graduate classification. Introduction to site analysis using landscape architecture and environmental principles, but drawing also on basic engineering concepts. Work will evolve from analysis to land development design based on that analysis.

Dsn S 546. Interdisciplinary Design Studio. (Dual-listed with 446). (0-12) Cr. 4-6. Repeatable.Prereq: Admission to a graduate program in the College of Design and permission of instructor. Advanced interdisciplinary design projects.

Dsn S 558. Sustainability and Green Architecture. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Prereq: Graduate standing. Issues of Sustainability as related to living patterns and city design, population, pollution and use and availability of natural resources for the built environment; Issues of Green Architecture as it relates to building material selection, systems of building materials, the environment of the United States and the World, architects and examples of buildings with green or sustainable designations.

Dsn S 567. Preservation, Restoration, and Rehabilitation. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Senior classification. Construction standards and procedures for preserving, restoring, reconstructing, and rehabilitating existing buildings following the guidelines of the National Park Service and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Credit counts toward fulfillment of Studies in Architecture and Culture requirements.

Dsn S 571. Design for All People. (Cross-listed with Arch, Geron). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Senior classification or graduate standing. Principles and procedures of universal design in response to the varying ability level of users. Assessment and analysis of existing buildings and sites with respect to standards and details of accessibility for all people, including visually impaired, mentally impaired, and mobility restricted users. Design is neither a prerequisite nor a required part of the course. Enrollment open to students majoring in related disciplines. Credit counts toward fulfillment of Studies in Architecture and Culture requirements.

Dsn S 575. Contemporary Urban Design Theory. (Cross-listed with Arch). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Senior classification or graduate standing. Current urban design theory and its application to urban problems. Credit counts toward fulfillment of Studies in Architecture and Culture requirements.

Dsn S 578. Topical Studies in Landscape Architecture. (Dual-listed with 478). (Cross-listed with L A). (3-0) Cr. 2-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: Senior Classification or graduate standing. Offerings vary with each term; check with department for available sections. Course contact hours can range from (2-0) to (3-0) depending on number of credits.
A. Landscape Design
B. Planting Design
C. Construction
D. History,Theory, Criticism
E. Landscape Planning
F. Urban Design
G. Graphics
H. Honors
I. Interdisciplinary Studies
J. International Studies
K. Computer Applications
L. Ecological Design
M. Social/Behavioral
N. Natural Resources

Dsn S 581. Art and Architecture of India. (Dual-listed with 481). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Survey of Indian-style art and architecture through history. Examine how art and architecture developed in the Indian world has come to define the Indian identity religiously, culturally, socially, and politically.

Dsn S 582. Art and Architecture of Asia. (Dual-listed with 382). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Introduction to the history of art and architecture in China, Korea, and Japan before the modern era. Visual materials selected based on important themes that are critical in understanding East Asian culture and art tradition. Museum field trip expenses to be paid by students.

Dsn S 583. Greek and Roman Art. (Dual-listed with 383). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Greek art from Neolithic and Hellenistic periods. Roman art from the traditional founding to the end of the empire in the West.

Dsn S 584. Sustainable Communities. (Dual-listed with 484). (Cross-listed with C R P). (3-0) Cr. 3. Alt. S., offered 2011.Prereq: Graduate classification. The history and theory of sustainable community planning. Procedural and substantive dimensions. Case studies of communities engaged in sustainability planning. Use and development of indicators.

Dsn S 585. Renaissance Art. (Dual-listed with 385). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. European art including painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts; thirteenth through sixteenth centuries.

Dsn S 587. Nineteenth Century Art. (Dual-listed with 487). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. European and American art and architecture from 1780 to 1900, focusing on the major movements of western Europe: Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism.

Dsn S 588. Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory I. (Dual-listed with 488). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Visual arts and critical theory from Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism.

Dsn S 589. Sequential Art. (Dual-listed with 489). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.SS.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. An art-historical survey of comic strips, comic books, and graphic novels from their origins in the 19th century to the present.

Dsn S 590. Special Topics. Cr. 1-4. Repeatable. F.S.SS.Prereq: Written approval of instructor and department chair on required form prior to semester of enrollment. Independent investigation of a topic of special interest to the student.

Dsn S 591. Environmental Law and Planning. (Dual-listed with 491). (Cross-listed with C R P, L A). (3-0) Cr. 3. S.Prereq: Graduate classification. Environmental law and policy as applied in planning at the local and state levels. Brownfields, environmental justice, water quality, air quality, wetland and floodplain management, and local government involvement in ecological protection through land use planning and other programs.

Dsn S 594. Women/Gender in Art. (Dual-listed with 394). (Cross-listed with Art H, W S). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Issues of gender related to cultural environments from the Middle Ages to contemporary times in Europe and America. Feminist movement beginning in the 1970s and specifically gender issues in art that are becoming widespread in the artistic culture.

Dsn S 595. Modern and Contemporary Art and Theory II. (Dual-listed with 495). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Visual arts and critical theory from Abstract Expressionism to the present.

Dsn S 596. History of Photography. (Dual-listed with 496). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Survey of the evolution of photography and photojournalism from the 1830s to the present, seen from an art historical perspective, emphasizing causative factors, cultural influences, and major masters and schools.

Dsn S 598. Selected Topics in Art History. (Dual-listed with 498). (Cross-listed with Art H). (3-0) Cr. 3. Repeatable.Prereq: Graduate classification, permission of instructor. Specialized study in the history or criticism of art and/or design.