Learning Outcomes: Metal Concentration

Learning outcomes for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Crafts: Metal Concentration


  1. the ability to conceive of, design, problem solve, execute, analyze, and critique utilitarian and non-utilitarian objects; 
  2. the ability to employ and demonstrate technical competency in the making of jewelry, hollowware, and objects using traditional and new approaches in a wide variety of materials; 
  3. the ability to demonstrate a knowledge of historical and contemporary metalwork practice; 
  4. the ability to recognize and use jewelry design and metalworking terminology; 
  5. the ability to apply the elements and principles of two and three-dimensional design to the making of jewelry, hollowware, objects; 
  6. the ability to create original utilitarian and non-utilitarian objects;  
  7. the ability to apply critical thinking when analyzing objects; 
  8. the ability to demonstrate a higher level of perceptual awareness; 
  9. the ability to demonstrate confidence in and strategies toward individual creativity; 
  10. the ability to demonstrate a knowledge of safe and effective lab processes.