Minor in Art
The minor in Art provides students with the fundamentals of the discipline enabling them to shape perception, communicate distinct attitudes, and expand their personal boundaries. Students will develop skills, sensitivity, and aesthetic judgment. Classes in art history interpret works of art within their context and purpose. An ample number of selectives (9 hours) permit the student to pursue individual interests either within a particular studio area such as drawing/painting, printmaking, digital arts, photography, and sculpture or within a spectrum of either Western or non-Western art history offerings. The art minor is open to all undergraduates who submit a proposal of study (and portfolio of past artwork) to the appropriate art faculty advisor for individual placement.
I. Required Courses (6 Hours)
ART 3304 Drawing: Studio 3 (or upon advisement, ART3305 Drawing: Life Study (3), for students with an extensive drawing background)
ART 3325 Advanced Problems in Design 3
II. Art History (6 Hours)
3 Hours Western Art (American art, great artists, women artists, folk art)
3 Hours non-Western Art (South Pacific, Pre-Columbian, African, Asian)
III. Selectives (9 Hours) Studio and/or art history courses
IV. Total - 21 Hours
Open to all undergraduates who meet the above portfolio review stipulation.