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Course Offerings

Highlights

  • Classes taught in Spanish
  • Guggenheim card: Free museum admission and discounts
  • International excursion
  • Top art and design school!

Requirements

  • Minimum 2.5 G.P.A.
  • This program is for studio art majors or minors
  • Open to intermediate, advanced, and superior-level Spanish speakers
  • Completed API application
  • University contact information form
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Additional supplemental materials
  • Entry Requirements: Valid passport with student visa

Dates & Fees

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018
Sep 1, 2017 - May 19, 2018
$20,400
SPRING SEMESTER 2018
Jan 25, 2018 - May 19, 2018
$11,280
FALL SEMESTER 2018-2019
Early Sep, 2018 - Late Dec, 2018
$10,400
FALL SEMESTER 2017-2018
Sep 1, 2017 - Dec 22, 2017
$10,400
ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019
Early Sep, 2018 - Late May, 2019
$20,400

Deadlines

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Jun 10, 2017
PAYMENT DEADLINE
Jul 1, 2017
SPRING SEMESTER 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Oct 15, 2017
PAYMENT DEADLINE
Nov 1, 2017
FALL SEMESTER 2018-2019
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Jun 10, 2018
PAYMENT DEADLINE
Jul 1, 2018
FALL SEMESTER 2017-2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Jun 10, 2017
PAYMENT DEADLINE
Jul 1, 2017
ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Jun 10, 2018
PAYMENT DEADLINE
Jul 1, 2018

Course Offerings

If you require syllabi that are not listed below, please contact your API Program Coordinator.

 

Semester students may earn up to 18 semester credits. Most courses are worth 3 US credits. Courses are not lecture-based, but studio arts courses in which students learn new techniques and create individual projects. Courses are taught in Spanish, and are offered at the 3rd and 4th year skill levels. The following is a sample listing of courses offered based on previous semesters.

A Spanish language course is offered to fall, spring and year students at three levels (beginning, intermediate, and advanced). Enrollment in this course is recommended but not required. Four credits per semester are earned for successful completion of this course. Courses are taught primarily in Spanish.

SPRING

ART
Laboratory B (3) – Conducted in Spanish
History: Latest Tendencies (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Artistic Field: Texts and Contexts (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Processes & Methodology of Artistic Creation & Professionalization (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Painting and Graphics:
Methodology & Pictorial Processes (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Methodology & Pictorial Projects (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Sculpture. Contexts & Places:
Concepts of Sculptural Space (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Art-­Media & Technology:
Photography in the Discourse of Contemporary Art (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Other:
Technological Graphics (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Norms & Use of the Basque Language (3) – Conducted in Spanish
CREATION & DESIGN
Projects II (3) – Conducted in Spanish
General History of Design (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Contexts & Practices of Contemporary Visual Culture (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Professionalism & Management (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Graphic Design:
Interactive Graphic Design (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Illustration:
Comic Illustration of Texts (3) – Conducted in Spanish
The Field of Object: Ceramics:
Art & Function (3) – Conducted in Spanish
From Ceramics (3) – Conducted in Spanish
CONSERVATION & RESTORATION OF CULTURAL PATRIMONY
Scientific Foundation of Conservation & Restoration (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Foundations of the Conservation of Pictorial Works on Different Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Restoration of the New Plastic Proposals (3) – Conducted in Spanish
History of the Conservation of Cultural Patrimony (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Materials & Pictorial Processes (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Techniques & Concepts of Reintegration Applied to the Conservation of Cultural Patrimony (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Preventive Conservation. Factors of Change & Degradation of Cultural Patrimony (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Technology & Procedures of Production of Printed Works & Their Conservation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Techniques & Procedures of Production of Works Directly on Paper & Their Conservation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Restoration of Pictorial Works on Canvas (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Genre, Themes in Art Restoration of Pictorial Works on Mural Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish

FALL

ART
Art & Technology III (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Drawing III (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Education & Mediation in Art (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Laboratory A (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Painting III (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Sculpture III (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Painting & Graphics:
Graphics in the Expanded Fields (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Painting Practice in Relation to Context (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Painting & Interdisciplinary Techniques (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Sculpture. Contexts and Places:
The Artistic Object (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Environment, Action, & Participation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Sculpture, Architecture, & Landscape (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Art-­Media & Technology:
Interactive Art and Interfaces (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Installations & Sound Space (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Media Based on Time (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Recording, Performing, & Contextual Practices (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Other:
Applied Geometry (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Communication in Basque (3) – Conducted in Spanish
CREATION AND DESIGN
Environment/Urban Space (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Graphic Design (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Multimedia Creation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Processes & Methodology of Creation & Innovation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Projects I (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Resources for the project (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Graphic Design:
Container­‐packaging (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Editorial Graphics (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Visual Identity (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Illustration:
Editorial Prototype (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Paper-‐Art (3) – Conducted in Spanish
The Field of Object -­ Ceramics:
Ceramics & Design (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Ceramics & Creation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Other:
Education & Visual Culture (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Systems of Representation (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Technological Graphics (3) – Conducted in Spanish
CONSERVATION & RESTORATION OF CULTURAL PATRIMONY
Foundations of the Conservation of Sculptural Works on Different Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Foundations of the Conservation of Pictorial Works on Different Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Laboratory for the Knowledge of Conservation Materials and Their Use (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Foundations of the Conservations of the New Plastic Proposals (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Theory of Conservation & Criteria of Intervention (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Technical Examination & Documentation of Cultural Patrimony: Investigation & the Scientific Method (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Restoration of Sculptural Works on Different Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Restoration of Pictorial Works on Different Supports (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Management of Patrimony, Exhibition, & Records (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Sculpture Techniques: Materials & Procedures (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Mural Painting: Supports & Techniques (3) – Conducted in Spanish
Mythology & Iconography (3) – Conducted in Spanish