Art and Design Studio Minor

Program Overview

The Art and Design Studio Minor is for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing art studies in conjunction with their non-studio major. The minor provides an overview of art as a discipline, fostering an introduction to art history and design and careers in the arts, as well as providing experience in a variety of studio areas. The curriculum may complement or enhance a related field of study or satisfy an independent area of interest. The program is based in the Department of Art and Design. For further information, go to: Art and Design Studio Minor.

Program Requirements

Select one of the following:3
Concept, Process and Application
Process and Media I - Surface
Process and Media II—Space
Select one of the following:3
Selected Masterpieces of World Art
Art in Non-Western Societies
Art in Western Civilization: Ancient Through Medieval
Art in Western Civilization: Renaissance through Modern
Women and Art
African-American Art
Research Methods in Art History
Modern Philosophies of Art
Introduction to Art Theory and Practices
History of Textiles
Renaissance Art in Italy: The Fifteenth Century
Select four of the following: 112
Objects in Clay
Objects in Clay: Ceramics
Ceramics: Pottery and Sculpture, Intermediate
Ceramics: Pottery and Sculpture, Advanced
Perceptual Drawing
Life Drawing, Beginning I
Drawing II
Life Drawing, Beginning II
Drawing, Intermediate
Life Drawing, Intermediate
Drawing, Advanced
Visual Communication Design Studio I
Visual Communication Design Studio II
Typography I
Visual Communication Design Studio III
Design Sketching I
Digital Sketching ‐ Sketchbook Pro
Digital Rendering: Adobe CS
Digital Modeling: 3D CAD I
Illustration Studio: Concepts
ARIL 230
History of Animation and Illustration
Art of the Visual Narrative
Accessory Design
Metalwork and Jewelry
Metalwork and Jewelry, Intermediate
Metalwork and Jewelry, Advanced
Painting
Painting II
Figurative Painting
Painting, Intermediate
Painting, Advanced
Photography
Digital Photo and Imaging I
Photography II
Digital Photo and Imaging II
Printmaking
Printmaking II
Etching and Relief Printing
Screen Printing
Book Arts Introduction
Printmaking, Intermediate
Printmaking, Advanced
3D and Extended Media
Sculpture
Sculpture: Clay, Introduction A
Sculpture: Clay, Introduction B
Sculpture, Intermediate
Sculpture: Clay, Intermediate
Sculpture, Advanced
Sculpture: Clay, Advanced
Film Making I
Digital Filmmaking I
Introduction to Screenwriting
Film Making II
Documentary Workshop
Film Editing
Advanced Screenwriting
Total Credits18
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Students may select different studios, or choose to focus on one medium