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Special Problems

What is the Art & Design’s Special Problems Course?

ART 200 or ART 400 Special Problems are independent study courses that a student can take to conduct individual investigation, research, studies or surveys of selected problems in conjunction with a written agreement between an Art & Design faculty member and the student. Students will be required to register/enroll and pay fees for the Special Problem course during the quarter that the independent study takes place.

What is the difference between ART 200 and ART 400?

  • ART 200: Equivalent to 1-2 units of a lower division Art Elective course. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter.
  • ART 400: Equivalent to 1-2 units of an upper division Art Elective course. Total credit limited to 4 units, with a maximum of 2 units per quarter.

How to apply and register for Art & Design's Special Problems course:

Students need to seek faculty approval prior to completing a Special Problems Agreement form. Once approval is received from a faculty member, the student and faculty member will both sign the completed Special Problems Agreement form. The instructor will then provide the student with a permission number to register for the course. The student will need to make two copies of the Agreement form (one for the student and one for the department office). The original Agreement stays with the professor. 

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