Studio Art Minor

The art minor is designed for students who would like to have a program for their own personal growth or enjoyment, or for an adjunct to other major interests such as business, publicity, broadcasting, advertising, philosophy, literature, or areas of the sciences, engineering and other courses of study where creativity, problem solving, and relationships between materials, skills, and content are of major concern.

The studio art minor has two possible directions: two dimensional or three dimensional. Each requires 21 hours for completion.

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) - 6hrs.
  • TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR MINOR:  21 

    Option II - Three Dimensional

  • ART 101 - Drawing I or ART 102 - Drawing II - 3 hrs.
  • ART 105 - Three-Dimensional Design - 3 hrs.
  • ART 140 - Survey of Art History I, or ART 142 - Survey of Art History II (Elective)
  • 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) - 6hrs.
  • TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR MINOR:  21