Art Minors

The purpose of a minoring in Art is to indicate competency in a focused area and to complement a major program or primary interest. The art minor introduces students to the creative process and visual thinking required in Art History, Studio Art or Graphic Design. Students will select core courses to delve deeper into the theory, ethics, and practice of their area of interest.

Students should speak to an art advisor, Jennifer Arnold, to tailor their minor coursework to their major area of interest.

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTSSCHOLARSHIPSEVENTS

Sculpture Students
Sculpture Students

Students planning to minor in Studio Art must complete 21 hours from the following courses:

Lower Division:

ARTS 1316 Drawing I
3 hours from:
ARTS 1311 Design I
ARTS 1312 Design II

Designated electives: 15 sem hrs. Select five, four of which must be upper level:
ARTS 2311 Design III: Color
ARTS 2316 Painting I
ARTS 2323 Drawing III
ARTS 2326 Sculpture I
ARTS 2333 Printmaking I
ARTS 2346 Ceramics I
ARTS 2356 Photography I
ARTS 2367 Watercolor
ARTS 3301 Life Drawing
ARTS 3302 Intermediate Printmaking
ARTS 3303 Intermediate Painting
ARTS 3304 Intermediate Sculpture
ARTS 3324 Intermediate Ceramics
ARTS 3365 Intermediate Photography
ARTS 4301 Advanced Drawing
ARTS 4302 Advanced Printmaking
ARTS 4303 Advanced Painting
ARTS 4304 Advanced Sculpture
ARTS 4324 Advanced Ceramics
ARTS 4365 Advanced Photography
ARTS 4391 Topics in Studio Art
ARTS 4396 Directed Individual Study
GRDS 1301 Foundations of Graphic Design
GRDS 1302 Typography I
GRDS 4310 Portfolio and Professional Practices

Students planning to minor in Art History must complete the following requirements:

Lower Division*
ARTS 1303 Art History Survey I
ARTS 1304 Art History Survey II

Upper Division-Select 4 courses from:
ARTS 3350 Art of the United States
ARTS 3352 Modern Art
ARTS 3353 Contemporary Art, 1945 to the Present
ARTS 4350 Pre-Columbian Art of Mesoamerica
ARTS 4352 Modern Art of Mexico
ARTS 4390 Topics in Art History


For More Information:
Meg Aubrey •  Studio Art Foundations Coordinator  ::  Jennifer Arnold  •  College of Liberal Arts Undergraduate Advisor