Art—Minor in Art Studio

A Minor in Studio Art allows the student to explore a range of creative media and approaches to visual expression while developing skills and experiencing artistic methods.

After completing a minimum of two of the Art Foundation-level courses, students who are considering completing a Minor in Studio Art are directed to meet with a faculty advisor in their area of interest, to choose four or more additional courses (three studio art courses and one additional art history course.)

Foundation Courses (Select a minimum of two of the following courses):6
ART 110Two Dimensional Design3
ART 111Three Dimensional Design3
ART 115Drawing Studio I3
ART 185Computer Graphics3
Studio Art Electives (Select at least three of the following courses.):9-15
ART 104Ceramics I3
ART 207Painting Fundamentals3
ART 216Sculpture I3
ART 218Jewelry I3
ART 219Life Drawing I3
ART 230Photography I3
ART 237Typography/Desktop Publishing3
ART 243Rendering Techniques3
ART 309Silkscreen3
ART 283Communication Design Techniques3
Art History Electives (Select a minimum of one course.)3
ART 131World Art II3
ART 106Contemporary Art3
Art History Elective 13
Total Art Credits:18-24

 Select from an offering of rotating Art History electives, such as ART 258 or ART 275.