Jewelry – Metal Fabrication

FUTURE CERTIFICATE OF JEWELRY

Recommended courses of study for students interested in exploring jewelry and metal fabrication. The program emphasizes the creative approach to both artistic and commercial aspects of jewelry design.

Semester I

  • Art 15 - Sketching for Design
  • Art 31A - Color and Composition - Two Dimensional Design
  • Art 36A - Jewelry/Metal Fabrication
  • Art 1A - History of Western Art

Semester II

  • Art 32A - Three Dimensional Design
  • Art 36B - Jewelry/Metal Fabrication
  • Art 34A - Crafts- Materials and Processes
  • Art1B - History of Western Art

Semester III

  • Art 33A – Product Design Application
  • Art 36C – Jewelry Casting
  • Art 11A – Foundation Drawing
  • Art 15 – Sketching for Design

Semester IV

  • Art 33B – Product Design Application
  • Art 135 – Portfolio Development of Jewelry and Metal Fabrication
  • Photo 21 – Elementary Photography
  • Art 18 – Rendering

Recommended Electives

  • Art 4D – History of Modern Art in Europe and America
  • Art 26 – Sculpture
  • Art 27 – Sculpture Technology – Metal Casting and Mold Making
  • Art 34B – Crafts – Materials and Processes
  • Art 36B – Jewelry/Metal Fabrication
  • Art 36C – Jewelry Casting
  • Art 38BC – Ceramics
  • Art 50A – Introduction to Advertising Graphic Design
  • Art 50B – Intermediate Advertising/Graphic Design
  • Art 50C – Advanced Advertising/Graphic Design
  • Art 199 – Introduction to Desktop Publishing
  • Bus 9 – Introduction to Business
  • Mach 220A – Introducation to Manufacturing Technology
  • Mrktg 20 – Marketing Management
  • Mrktg 133 – Marketing Trends
  • Weld 44A – Introduction to Gas Welding