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 237Typography3
ART 243Rendering Techniques3
ART 309Silkscreen3
ART 283Introduction to Graphic Design3
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.