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  • The Art Department offers several different minor tracks: 

    The detailed curriculum requirements for each minor are listed below.  Please also browse the department website for further information. 

     

    Minor in Art History

    A minor in art may focus on art history and is attained by completing the following course requirements (18–24 credits).  

    Course Code  Course Title  Credits 
     Restricted electives: Select a minimum of six credits from the following courses. 
    ART 1051   Drawing and Composition I 3
    ART 110  Two-Dimensional Design 3
    ART 111  Three-Dimensional Design 3
    ART 185  Computer Graphics 3
    • Restricted electives: Select a minimum of nine credits of art history courses numbered 200 and higher.
    • Restricted electives: Select a minimum of three credits of studio art courses, in consultation with a faculty advisor.
    • Notes: May be used to simultaneously satisfy a General Studies Program area requirement. See page 26—”Undergraduate Requirements.” 

     

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     Minor in Art - Studio Art

    A minor in art may focus on studio art in any of the available concentrations (Ceramics, Digital Design & Illustration, Drawing, Graphic Design, Illustration, Jewelry and Metals, Painting, Photography, Printmaking and Sculpture) and is attained by completing the following course requirements (18–24 credits).

    Course Code   Course Title   Credits  
    Restricted electives: Select a minimum of six credits from the following courses.  
    ART 1051   Drawing and Composition I 3
    ART 110 Two-Dimensional Design 3
    ART 111 Three-Dimensional Design 3
    ART 185 Computer Graphics 3
    • Restricted electives: Select a minimum of nine credits of studio art courses from a single concentration, in consultation with a faculty advisor.
    • Restricted electives: Select a minimum of three credits of art history courses, in consultation with a faculty advisor.
    • Notes: May be used to simultaneously satisfy a General Studies Program area requirement.  See page 26—”Undergraduate Requirements.”

     

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