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Studio Art

The 21-hour studio art minor, open to all students, enhances your creative skills for personal growth or career preparation. You can choose experiences in two-dimensional forms like drawing, photography and graphic design, or you can explore three-dimensional forms like ceramics or sculpture. As a result, you gain a general understanding of art principles, then focused knowledge in one artform. The minor is often paired with majors in communication, business, science and engineering.

Minor Requirements

Option I - Two Dimensional

  • ART 101: Drawing I or ART 102 Drawing II - 3 hrs.
  • ART 105: Two-Dimensional Design - 3 hrs.
  • ART 140: Survey of Art History I
    or ART 142: Survey of Art History II - 3 hrs.
  • Studio concentration in drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking
  • One 200-level course - 3 hrs.
  • One 300-level course - 3 hrs.
  • Electives in art (must be approved by art advisor) - 6 hrs.

Option II - Three Dimensional

  • ART 101: Drawing I, or ART 102 Drawing II - 3 hrs.
  • ART 106: Three-Dimensional Design - 3 hrs.
  • ART 140: Survey of Art History I
    or ART 142: Survey of Art History II - 3 hrs.
  • Studio concentration in ceramics or sculpture
  • One 200-level course - 3 hrs.
  • One 300-level course - 3 hrs.
  • Electives in art (must be approved by art advisor) - 6 hrs.

Total Hours: 21