Minor in Studio Art
The Studio Art minor allows students to explore three core areas of contemporary studio practice. Students will explore a range of creative media and visual expressions while developing skills in visual literacy and self-expression and engage in critical thinking and creative problem solving.
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The undergraduate Studio Art minor requires 4 classes to be completed, fulfilling 16 credits. Upon declaring your minor, these courses can be completed in any semester order.
Students will study with instructors in each of these areas who are artists of note actively engaged in their respective fields.
- Level II courses require completed Level I courses as prerequisites.
- To receive credit and fulfill the minor, students are only allowed to take the listed Studio Art (for Non Major) courses.
Students can choose from a wide selection of studio art courses in 2D, 3D, and media, with the opportunity to explore the following areas:
- Photography/Digital Art/Video/Design
Studio Art minors are encouraged to attend exhibitions and visiting artist lectures hosted by the Department of Art and Art Professions.
It is important that you consult with your major advisor to determine how this minors fits into your undergraduate curriculum before declaring.
Apply for a minor in Albert using the link in the My Academics section of the Student Center.
When you submit an application, it will be reviewed by both your home school and the minor school (for cross-school minors). If it is approved, the minor will appear on your transcript.
For further information on the Studio Art minor please contact: Silvia Abisaab at firstname.lastname@example.org