Recognizing the interdisciplinary nature of the arts and how the arts often integrate into and enhance students’ study in other disciplines such as criminal justice, communication, business and psychology, the Visual and Performing Arts Department offers minors in its three disciplines of Art, Music, and Theatre. A minor in the arts allows students to further explore and develop their affinity for the arts and their artistic talents.
The Art Minor provides students with opportunities for studio practice and for the study of the history of art. A balance of introductory, advanced and elective courses combine to build a solid foundation in art. Opportunities to exhibit work in our campus gallery are part of the Art Minor experience.
Requirements for a Minor in Art
18 credits in art courses at the 100, 200 and 300-level.
|SELECT||AR-130 Painting 1 OR AR-140 Drawing Fundamentals OR AR-210 Drawing and Painting Studio||3|
|AR-235||3D Sculpture Studio||3|
|Art History Elective||3|
|AR Elective 300+||3|