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    State University of New York at Oswego
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


 
   •  TED 404 - Occupational and Corporate Safety
   •  TED 410 - Professional Field Experience
   •  TED 411 - Professional Field Experience
   •  TED 414 - Professional Topics and Problems
   •  TED 498 - Professional Internship
   •  TED 499 - Independent Study
   •  TEL 101 - Technical and Computer Drafting
   •  TEL 110 - Design and Technology
   •  TEL 203 - Materials Processing and Fabrication
   •  TEL 204 - Materials Molding and Forming
   •  TEL 205 - Materials Precision and CIM
   •  TEL 222 - Facilities Management and Organization
   •  TEL 240 - Electronics Technology
   •  TEL 246 - Microcomputer Applications
   •  TEL 250 - Transportation and Power Technology
   •  TEL 323 - Construction Systems
   •  TEL 328 - Comp Aided Est. and Site Management
   •  TEL 347 - Computer Assisted Design and Drafting
   •  TEL 349 - Advanced Computer Aided Design/Drafting
   •  TEL 353 - Transportation Systems
   •  TEL 355 - Energy Technology
   •  TEL 363 - Communication Systems
   •  TEL 393 - Manufacturing Systems
   •  TEL 396 - Laboratory Management Practicum
   •  TEL 397 - Laboratory Instruction Practicum
   •  TEL 401 - Architectural Drawing
   •  TEL 412 - Design Probe I
   •  TEL 415 - Residential Energy Technology
   •  TEL 423 - Wood Production and Manufacturing
   •  TEL 433 - Metals Manufacturing Technology
   •  TEL 441 - Electronics Interfacing and Control
   •  THT 110 - Introduction to the Theatre
   •  THT 120 - Stagecraft
   •  THT 121 - Stage Electronics and Mechanics
   •  THT 125 - Critical Thinking: Introduction to Dramatic Theory and Criticism
   •  THT 130 - The Actor's Self: Emotion and Psychology
   •  THT 145 - Basic Makeup for the Theatre
   •  THT 150 - Basic Costuming
   •  THT 180 - Voice and Diction for the Theatre
   •  THT 181 - Movement for the Actor
   •  THT 222 - Introduction to Theatre Design
   •  THT 230 - Intermediate Acting
   •  THT 251 - Costume History
   •  THT 268 - History of the American Theatre
   •  THT 300 - Advanced Theatre Production
   •  THT 308 - Women and the Theatre
   •  THT 310 - Stage Lighting Design
   •  THT 312 - Theatre Sound
   •  THT 313 - Theatre Projections and Special Effects
   •  THT 322 - Basic Scene Design
   •  THT 323 - Advanced Technical Production
   •  THT 324 - The Business of Show Business
   •  THT 328 - Scene Painting
   •  THT 330 - The Development of Characterization
   •  THT 333 - Stage Management
   •  THT 334 - Dramaturgy
   •  THT 340 - Building the Characterization
   •  THT 341 - Principles of Directing
   •  THT 345 - Advanced Make-up
   •  THT 351 - Costume Design
   •  THT 352 - Problems in Complex Character Study
   •  THT 359 - Costume and Culture
   •  THT 361 - Technical Direction
   •  THT 362 - Black Theatre History
   •  THT 364 - Western Theatre: Edification or Entertainment?
   •  THT 365 - Theatre of India, China and Japan
   •  THT 366 - Computer Applications for the Theatre
   •  THT 399 - Independent Study
   •  THT 410 - Advanced Stage Lighting Design
   •  THT 422 - Advanced Scenic Design
   •  THT 430 - Period Styles for the Actor
   •  THT 440 - Advanced Directing
   •  THT 451 - Advanced Costume Design
   •  THT 470 - Seminar in Theatre Arts
   •  THT 471 - The Elizabethan Theatre
   •  THT 472 - The Theatre of Tragedy
   •  THT 473 - The Theatre of Comedy
   •  THT 490 - Studio I
   •  THT 491 - Studio II
   •  THT 495 - Senior Seminar/Capstone Experience
   •  THT 498 - Internship
   •  THT 499 - Independent Study
   •  VTP 307 - Introduction to Vocational Education
   •  VTP 309 - Vocational Curriculum Development
   •  VTP 312 - Methods of Teaching Vocational Subjects
   •  VTP 313 - Instructional Assessment in Vocational Education
   •  VTP 314 - Classroom and Laboratory Organization and Management
   •  VTP 331 - Occupational Competency Written Examination
   •  VTP 332 - Occupational Competency Performance Examination
   •  VTP 442 - The Adult Learner in Technical Education
   •  VTP 444 - Serving Special Needs Learners in Vocational Education
   •  VTP 445 - Language Arts in the Vocational Classroom
   •  VTP 465 - Developing Work-Based Learning Programs
   •  VTP 466 - Implementing and Evaluating Work-Based Learning Programs
   •  VTP 485 - Vocational Supervised Student Teaching I
   •  VTP 490 - Vocational Supervised Student Teaching-II
   •  VTP 493 - Professional Development Seminar
   •  VTP 499 - Independent Study
   •  WST 110 - Gender and Contemporary Visual Culture
   •  WST 200 - Introduction to Women's Studies
 

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