Minor in Studio Art
A minor in studio art consists of five studio courses, at least one of which must be at the 300 level. This means that the student must take two foundation-level courses (ARTS 116 or ARTS 111 or ARTS 112) and three additional courses, one of which is a 300-level course. Students contemplating a studio minor should take careful note of the prerequisites for 200- and 300-level courses. Art history majors may minor in studio art by taking four additional studio courses above and beyond the two required for the major (for a total of six).
For any questions regarding the studio art minor, please contact the studio coordinator, Andrew Howard.