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Jewelry Design

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Summer 1:  May 27 - June 30 (day classes) or July 16 (evening classes)

JD 101 Introduction to Jewelry Fabrication
2 credits
In state $378 Out of state $1,116
(Includes $10 lab fee)
Basic processes used in the design and creation of jewelry. Students fabricate their own designs in the studio. (G6: Arts)

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8571 15A M T W 9:10 am-12:00 pm A481
8561 15B M W 6:20 pm-9:10 pm A481
8972 15C T R 6:20 pm-9:10 pm A480

JD 121 Wax Carving
1 credits
In state $184 Out of state $553
Co-requisites: JD 113, JDF 114, JD 131, JD 133, and JD 172 or approval of chairperson
Wax carving of designs suitable for jewelry, stressing illusion and perspective, needed for both brooches and rings. Emphasis is on preparing a design and model for production.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8572 15A M W 6:20 pm-8:30 pm A480

JD 133 Introduction to Jewelry Design
1.5 credits
In state $276 Out of state $829.50
Co-requisites: JD 113, JD 114, JD 131, JD 133, and JD 172 or approval of chairperson
Emphasis is on developing creative ability. A visual sensitivity is developed through museum trips, nature studies, field trips, etc. Suitable rendering techniques, painting, and perspective requirements are covered.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8973 15A T R 6:20 pm-9:10 pm D403

JD 241 Introduction to Gemology
2 credits
In state $368 Out of state $1,106
Study of the major gem species and their characteristics, with emphasis on their use in commercial production and price structure. Students acquire a thorough knowledge of all precious and semiprecious stones and the ways in which they are used in jewelry.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8533 15A M W 6:20 pm-9:10 pm C816

JD 281 Diamond Grading
2 credits
In state $378 Out of state $1,116
(Includes $10 lab fee)
Teaches techniques of grading diamonds as to color, clarity, and cut, including basic knowledge needed for diamond selection and establishment of base for pricing. Discusses history and technical terms pertaining to diamond grading.

SUMMER 1

CRN Section Day Time Location
8999 15A T R 6:20 pm-9:10 pm C816
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