Suitable for the graphic design major, an advanced studio minor allows you to continue your visual art studies in a hands-on manner at a more advanced level. You’ll refine your skills and craftsmanship in painting, pottery and ceramics, sculpture, and printmaking. This advanced exploration of materials, problem solving, and creativity will enhance your skills as a designer and help diversify your portfolio. The extra hands-on experience, observational skills, and critical analysis you’ll gain with an advanced studio minor will help you become a more versatile job candidate.
2020-21 Academic Year
Required Courses: 18 hours
In order to pursue an advanced studio minor, you must have completed your art core classes. A minor must include a minimum of 12 hours unduplicated by your major(s) and minor(s).
- ART 251 Pottery and Ceramics I (3)
- ART 321 Painting II (3)
- ART 371 Sculpture II (3)
- ART 381 Printmaking II (3)
6 hours of upper division studio courses selected from:
- ART 351 Pottery and Ceramics II (3)
- ART 421 Advanced Problems in Painting (3)
- ART 451 Advanced Problems in Pottery and Ceramics (3)
- ART 471 Advanced Problems in Sculpture (3)
- ART 481 Advanced Problems in Printmaking (3)