• Students in art class

A minor in art will complement any major you choose by exposing you to creative thinking and elements of art, design and art history.


  • Interdisciplinary coursework exposes you to a wide range of creative and artistic knowledge
  • Opportunities to develop your creative, artistic and design skills
  • Courses allow flexibility in tailoring to your artistic interests

Career opportunities

A minor in art can enhance any major by providing a basic understanding of art, design and art history. This knowledge can enhance a variety of professional endeavors as well as personal creativity.

Program director

Rebecca McMillen, Ph.D. candidate
Rebecca McMillen, Ph.D. candidate

Assistant Professor of Art

Course listing

General Education Prerequisite

ART-110Art Appreciation3

Required Courses (18 Units)

ART-140Drawing I3
ART-150Principles of Design3
ART-350History of Western Art I3
ART-355History of Western Art II3
ART-460World Art3

Select one of the following:

ART-120Painting I3
ART-330Art and Religion3
ART-440Exhibition and Gallery Design3