Minor in Art

Student presenting multiple paintings

The mission of the Department of Art is to prepare students to use their artistic abilities to make a difference in society. Our goal is to train and graduate students who are empowered artists, focused on excellence in creative activity, learning, and teaching, and who are essential to the continued development of our vibrant culture.

Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in art must complete the following requirements.

Art History3
ART A262
History of Western Art II
Design6
ART A111
Two-Dimensional Design
ART A113
Three-Dimensional Design
Drawing3
ART A105
Beginning Drawing
Studio3
Select one lower-division studio art course from the following:
ART A201
Beginning Handbuilt Ceramics
ART A202
Beginning Wheelthrown Ceramics
ART A205
Intermediate Drawing
ART A211
Beginning Sculpture
ART A212
Beginning Watercolor
ART A213
Beginning Painting
ART A215
Beginning Printmaking
ART A224
Beginning Photography
ART A252
Beginning Graphic Design
ART A257
Computer Art
ART A270
Beginning Alaska Native Art
Select two upper-division studio art courses from the same studio area as the lower-division studio art course.6
Painting
Drawing
Illustration
Graphic Design
Photography
Printmaking
Ceramics
Sculpture
Alaska Native Art
Total21

A total of 21 credits is required for the minor, 6 credits of which must be upper-division.