Studio Art Minor
This program is available at the following location:
The Studio Art minor offers studio art courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, installation-arts, and printmaking.
Minor Code: 748
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate discipline-specific knowledge of art processes, techniques, history, and contemporary concerns.
- Describe and analyze artworks critically and relate them to historical and contemporary contexts.
- Articulate concepts applicable to studio art in writing, orally, and visually.
- Create original artworks by applying discipline specific tools, skills, methods, and sources.
Art minors may not elect to take required art courses on an S/U graded basis. Studio Art courses in an approved program that includes at least 12 credits of upper-division courses from the following list (15 credits). Studio Art can be any combination of courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, expanded media, photography, and digital studio.
A relevant 200-level studio art class is a prerequisite for many of these upper-division courses.
|Required Art Courses|
|ART 115||2-D CORE STUDIO||4|
|ART 117||3-D CORE STUDIO||4|
|ART 131||DRAWING CORE STUDIO||4|
|Studio Art Courses|
|Select 15 credits from the following:||15|
|COLOR IN THE VISUAL ARTS|
|INTRODUCTION TO TIME-BASED ART|
|DRAWING II: FIGURE|
|DRAWING III: FIGURE|
|PRINTMAKING: SCREEN PRINTING|
|PAINTING II: THE FIGURE|
|PAINTING II: CONCEPTS|
|PAINTING II: ABSTRACT AND MULTIMEDIA|
|PAINTING II: NEW GENRE|
|NEW MEDIA: INTERACTIVE|
|PRINTMAKING: ADVANCED SCREEN PRINTING|
Minor Code: 748