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Courses

Global Temple Conference

Undergraduate students enroll in two courses, for a total of seven credit hours:

History of Experimental and Avantgarde Film, Video and Media: (choosing one of the options among the cross-listed courses):

Art History 2660: Topics in International Cinema (4 credit hours) 
Film and Media Arts 3770: Topics in Film Study (4 credits)
Painting, Drawing and Sculpture 2511: Art Matters (3 credits) + Painting, Drawing and Sculpture 4582: Independent Study (1 credit)

Global Art Forms: Toward a Fantasy of Making: (choosing one of the options among the cross-listed courses): 

Art History 2000: Topics in Art History (3 credit hours) 
Film and Media Arts 3680: Foreign Studies in FMA (3 credits)
Painting, Drawing and Sculpture 3596: PDS Seminar (3 credits)

Graduate students will enroll roll in two courses, Art History 8430: Seminar: Problems, Period, Style (3 credits) and Art History 8470: Seminar in Modern Art (3 credits). Graduate students will follow the same curriculum as the two undergraduate classes, will participate in the same activities. However, they will be expected to submit a more extensive final paper and to do additional readings and have one extra meeting a week.

If you have any questions about the academic program, or would like to request syllabi for courses, please contact our Program Manager.

Film and Media Arts
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Foreign Studies in FMA 3680 Summer 2020 This course is a summer seminar in one of SCT's study abroad locations. It is only available during summers when an FMA faculty member is leading the... read more »

Topics in Film Study 3770 Summer 2020 Lectures and screenings on a special topic arranged each semester. Topics may include Film and the City, War and Film, Black Women and Film, Utopias... read more »

Art History
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Topics in Art History 2000 Summer 2020 A selected topic from a specific period in the history of art will be examined. NOTE: Field trips are mandatory for this course. Repeatability: This... read more »

Topics in International Cinema 2660 Summer 2020 Students in this course study a selection of films from modern Europe and Third World cultures which demonstrate both their interaction with... read more »

Seminar: Problems, Period, Style 8430 Summer 2020 Selected topics in art history. Past and future topics include Picasso and Duchamp; Methods in Modern Art; Futurist Art and Theory; The Body in Art... read more »

Seminar in Modern Art 8470 Summer 2020 Selected topics in modern art. Past and future topics include American Early Modernism, Art Nouveau, Visionary Art, Landscape Painting, and... read more »

Painting, Drawing and Sculpture
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Art Matters 2511 Summer 2020 Art Matters is designed for the sophomore student intending to major in painting. The course objective is to incorporate a working understanding of... read more »

PDS Seminar 3596 Summer 2020 Group discussion and individual presentation concerning formal, conceptual, historical, and personal creative issues in contemporary painting,... read more »

Independent Study 4582 Summer 2020 Independent study is intended as an area of study to supplement existing study courses.