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ARTSĀ 005. Drawing. 3 Units.

This foundational level hands-on course in drawing has an emphasis upon skill building and the visual and conceptual possibilities of art through drawing. A variety of projects and materials are used to investigate the medium's history, traditional approaches and expressive possibilities. (GE2C)

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...099 - Intercollegiate Sports and THEA 005 in the Theatre Arts Department toward graduation. Up to...

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...099 - Intercollegiate Sports and THEA 005 in the Theatre Arts Department toward graduation. Up to...

General Education Program

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...class; or how the arts confound and beautify...must successfully complete MATH 005 (Intermediate Algebra), MATH...

College of the Pacific

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...Activity courses (ACTY) and THEA 005 in the Theatre Arts Department are considered Activity courses...

Conservatory Of Music

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...management, visual arts management or theatre arts management...courses MCOM 002 , MHIS 005 , and MEDU 100...

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...099 - Intercollegiate Sports and THEA 005 in the Theatre Arts Department toward graduation. Up to...

Student Academic Support Services

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...MATH 003 , and MATH 005 is always available...research in the liberal arts, science and engineering...

Visual Arts

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Our mission is to provide aspiring artists and graphic designers with intensive, integrative, relevant, and rewarding educational programs of excellent quality in a personal, supportive, and collaborative environment. We seek to graduate creative individuals who think critically and historically, communicate effectively, and act responsibly in our global society. We are also committed to providing studio and art history courses to non-art majors as part of Pacific's General Education Program and to contributing to the aesthetic quality of the campus.