- ARS210 Basic Ceramics
- ARS314 Ceramic Materials
- ARS318 Ceramic Sculpture
- ARS325 Ceramics Processes and Techniques 1
- ARS327 Ceramics Processes and Techniques II
- ARS330 Wheel Throwing 1
- ARS336 Wheel Throwing II
- ARS411 Senior Studio in Ceramics I
- ARS412 Senior Studio in Ceramics II
- ARS414 Ceramics Seminar
- ARS416 Ceramic Design and Product Laboratory
The course ARS315 Ceramics is an advanced class that may be repeated because the content of the class changes each semester. While there is always one class section devoted to Wheel Throwing, a second and often a third section is offered that covers topics such as Kiln Building, Object as Multiples, Mold Making, Tile Making and other relevant technical and aesthetic issues.
We have developed relationships with other excellent ceramic programs in Europe enabling students who wish to have a 'study abroad' experience in their sophomore or Junior year, to do so without missing important course work.
Fieldwork opportunities are also available for interested students to work in the field both regionally and in NYC (NYC is about an hour and a half by car, bus or train). If a student chooses to go into NYC for example, they usually go in for a day weekly. Fieldwork opportunities are good for 3 credits and are arranged on a case by case basis to ensure a specific match with the student interests. We have had students do internships in museums, in ceramic programs for children, teens and adults.