PACIFIC LUTHERAN COLLEGE
OIL PAINTING Pictorial arrangements of still-life, figure, and landscape work rendered in oils. Emphasis placed on composition, values, color, and brush technique. Prerequisites: Art 55, 56. Four hours laboratory per week_ 109, 110.
Two credit hours per semester.
ART HISTORY AND ART APPRECIATION The course is planned to increase the student's appreciation of works of art. In the first semester a general survey is made of architecture and sculp足 ture throughout the ages. In the second semester, painting is treated in a similar way. Lectures with illustrations. 115, 116.
Three credit hours per semester.
SPECIAL PROBLEMS A course planned for advanced students majoring in art who wish to secure greater proficiency in any particular field in which the student feels more training is needed. 118.
Two to four credit hours to be arranged with instructor.
PUBLIC SCHOOL ART A course planned for those who intend to teach art in grades 1-6 inclusive. Technical skill in handling problems suitable to these grades is developed. Suf足 ficient appropriate projects in drawing, design, and construction are worked in several media to illustrate the types of work which are suitable to the interests and abilities of these pupils. Prerequisites: Art 55, 56. Four hours combined lecture and laboratory per week. 121.
Two credit hours. Second semester.
CRAFI'S FOR ELEMENTARY GRADES This is a course planned to stimulate creative ideas and adapted to prob足 lems in crafts suitable for children in the elementary grades. Articles, such as can be easily obtained, are decorated Ul various media and made attractive for practical use. Four hours laboratory per week. 124.
Two credit hours.
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ART A course planned for those who intend to teach art in grades 7-9 inclusive, and planned similarly to Art 1 2 1 . Four hours combined lecture and laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Art 5 5 , 56. 131.
Two credit hours. M usic
MR. G. J. MALMIN. MR. E. M. AKRE, Assisted by MRS. ALICE WEISS, MRS. GUDRUN NESS RONNING, MR. GEORGE JOHNSON, and MR. EUGENE LINDEN A major in Music shall consist of a minimum of 24 semester hours, not counting Music 1 or beginners' instruction in applied music. In the College of Liberal Arts, a major shall include Music 5 1 , 52, I l l , 1 1 2, 1 2 1 , and 122. In the College of Education, a major shall include Music 5 1 , 52, 1 1 4, 1 1 5, 1 1 6, 1 2 1 , and 1 22 . Students majoring in Music shall take at least one semester of Voice and one of Piano, and are urged to specialize in some branch of applied music. It is also recommended that music students study some regular instrument of the band or orchestra and take an active part in either a vocal or an instrumental organization or both.