Fine and Applied Arts Course Outlines

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95 Courses Under Fine and Applied Arts Degree

On this article, I am going to list out some Fine and Applied Arts course outlines in Nigeria Universities which you will study before you can to become a graduate of Fine and Applied Arts. Normally, a course outline should contain; course name, course description, course hours etc… but I am going to skip that information and go straight to Fine and Applied Arts subjects for university students.

I will only list out the subjects that is, course names which will exclude GST Courses and those courses with part II and III to avoid too much information. There is no guarantee that the listed Fine and Applied Arts subjects (courses) will be fully covered in your school because universities in Nigeria does not use a uniform curriculum. Nevertheless, you will study 97% of Fine and Applied Arts courses listed here.

The following Fine and Applied Arts courses in Nigeria listed here do not follow the traditional course structure and they have been arranged in alphabetical order. Notwithstanding, the list here covers 100 level courses, 200 level courses 300 courses and 400 level courses.

 

The following are the list of Core Fine and Applied Arts Courses

  • Abstract and Conceptual Painting
  • Introduction to Archaeological Method
  • Advanced Painting & Colour Language
  • Advanced Drawing
  • Advanced Exploration of African Ceramic Ideas
  • Advanced Exploration of African Fashion
  • Advanced Exploration of African Sculpture Ideas
  • Advanced Exploration of African Textile
  • Advanced Field Exploration of African Art and
  • Advanced Landscape Painting
  • Advanced Life Painting
  • Advanced Oil Painting
  • Advanced Studies in Art Education
  • Advanced Water Colour Painting
  • Africa Art
  • African Architecture
  • Approaches to Art Teaching
  • Architectural Ceramics
  • Architecture forms and materials
  • Art and Environment
  • Art and society
  • Art Appreciation
  • Aspects of Western Art
  • Basic Drawing
  • Basic Photography
  • Basic Principles of Chemistry
  • Ceramic Modelling
  • Ceramic Throwing
  • Ceramics Theory
  • Ceramics: Throwing & Modelling
  • Clothing Construction
  • Colour and Design
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Computer Graphics
  • Creative Photography
  • Design Ideas, Forms and Materials
  • Draughtsmanship
  • Electives: Any one of the following courses
  • Exploration of African Sculpture Ideas, Forms
  • Exploration of Ceramic Ideas, Forms and Materials
  • Fashion Design and Illustration
  • Figure Drawing
  • Fine Art Criticism
  • Forms and Materials
  • Fundamentals of Archaeology
  • Historical Survey of Western and Oriental Art
  • History of Costumes
  • History of Nigerian Art
  • Human Image and Metaphor
  • Ideas, Forms and Materials
  • Illustration, Editorial and Advertising Design
  • Industrial Ceramic Design II
  • Introduction to African Traditional
  • Introduction to African Traditional Religion
  • Introduction to Fiction
  • Introduction to Mural Painting
  • Introduction to Painting
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Kiln Design and Firing
  • Landscape and Still Life Painting
  • Life Painting
  • Living Sculpture
  • Mixed Media Ceramics
  • Mixed Media Painting
  • Modern African Art
  • Modern Western Art
  • Multimedia Visual Production
  • Narrative Painting and Nigerian Painting
  • Oil/ Water-based and other Media Exploration
  • Orientation to Art Education
  • Outdoor Sculpture Project
  • Painting Theory
  • Pattern Drafting & Studio Practice
  • Portrait Painting
  • Practical Participation Orientation
  • Pre-Columbian and Oceanic Art and Culture
  • Print making
  • Problems in African Art History
  • Product Design
  • Sculpture Processes: Carving
  • Sculpture Process: Modelling and Casting
  • Sculpture Theory
  • Sculpture: Mixed media
  • Space Organisation
  • Special Ceramics
  • Special Sculpture Project
  • Still – life Drawing
  • Styles/ Techniques
  • Textile Design
  • Textile Theory
  • Three-Dimensional Design
  • Typographic Design
  • Utility Wood Sculpture
  • Visual Communication Design
  • Woven Structures and Fibres

 

 

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