The minor in art is appropriate for students wishing training in either studio art or art history; it consists of a minimum of 21 credits of study. The requirements for the minor consist of 6 credits selected from the Studio Foundations courses (ARTA 1xxx classes), 6 credits of 2xxx classes (ARTA or ARTH 2xxx classes), and 9 credits selected from 3xxx or above ARTA or ARTH classes. Grades applied to the minor must be “C” or above. Many 2xxx and above ARTA and ARTH classes include prerequisites. Students are encouraged to consult with a departmental advisor and review course descriptions prior to selecting and registering for class.
Students with an Art major concentrating in Art History (ARTH) may take an Art minor in Studio Art (ARTA). All courses taken for this minor must be ARTA (studio) courses and only the core requirements of ARTA 1110 and ARTA 1140 (required of all art majors) may be used for both major and minor.
Art Minor Requirements: 21 credits
A minor is a secondary area of study outside of the major program of study with a structured curriculum composed of at least 18 credits of which at least 9 credits must be at the 3000-level or above.
Selected from ARTA (studio) or ARTH (art history) courses. At least one 2xxx ARTA (studio) course is highly recommended. Consult with departmental advisor and courses descriptions for prerequisites for 3xxx and 4xxx studio courses. Art majors with an Art History concentration may not duplicate the ARTA 2000-level course required for the major.