Summer 1: May 28 - July 1 (day classes) or July 18 (evening classes)JD 101 Introduction to Jewelry Fabrication
In-state $360 Out-of-state $1,060
(includes $10.00 lab fee)
Basic processes used in the design and creation of jewelry. Students fabricate their own designs in the studio. (G6: Arts)
|7404||15A||M T W||9:10 am-12:00 pm||A481|
|7318||15B||M W||6:20 pm-9:10 pm||A481|
JD 121 Wax Carving
In-state $175 Out-of-state $525
Co-requisites: JD 113, JD 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.
|7406||15A||M W||6:20 pm-8:30 pm||A480|
JD 241 Introduction to Gemology
In-state $350 Out-of-state $1,050
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.
|7181||15A||M W||6:20 pm-9:10 pm||C816|