A Postgraduate Certificate in Drawing & Painting will add depth to any major. Students taking a Postgraduate Certificate in Drawing & Painting will develop a range of skills in the context of ongoing dialogues with the traditions and histories of drawing and painting, and with contemporary art. Students will gain skills in observational drawing and painting, digital applications to drawing and painting, and will acquire a knowledge of materials and processes needed for creative problem solving.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit|
|DRPT 2B01||Painting Observation|
|DRPT 2B02||Abstract Painting|
|DRPT 2B05||Alternative Media/Techniques|
|DRPT 2B07||Figurative Drawing|
|DRPT 3B14||Intermediate Painting Workshop|
|200 Level||DRPT courses||1.5|
|300 or 400 Level||DRPT courses||2.0|
|200, 300 or 400 Level||Liberal studies courses*||0.5|
*Liberal studies courses are listed under the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and designated course type LST in the course schedule.
**With the approval of an Associate Dean, 0.5 credit of the DRPT course elective requirements may be replaced by 0.5 credit Self-Directed Study.
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