A Studio Art minor will complement any major you choose by expanding your creative thinking and abilities and increasing your knowledge and studio art skills in art-making, design and art history.
- Interdisciplinary coursework exposes you to a wide range of creative and artistic knowledge.
- Opportunities to develop your creative, studio art and design skills.
- Courses allow flexibility in tailoring to your artistic interests and applying them to specific career paths.
A Studio Art minor can enhance any major by providing an increased knowledge and skill-set in the application of studio art mediums. You’ll gain a basic understanding of studio art mediums and applications, art history and creativity. This knowledge can enhance a variety of niche professional career paths. Examples of pairing other majors with this minor are: Psychology Major with Studio Art Minor (Art Therapy), Liberal Studies Major with Studio Art Minor (Arts Educator).
General Education Prerequisite
Select two of the following
|ART 110||Art Appreciation||3|
|ART 140||Drawing I||3|
|ART 150||Principles of Design||3|
Required Courses (21 Units)
|Art 120||Painting I||3|
|ART 180||Ceramics I||3|
|ART 365||Color Theory||3|
|ART 370||Life by Design||3|
Select one of the following
|ART 340||Drawing II||3|
|Art 320||Painting II||3|
|ART 330||Art & Relegion||3|
|ART 380||Ceramics II||3|
|ART 440||Exhibition & Gallery Design||3|
|ART 350||History of Western Art I||3|
|ART 355||History of Western Art II||3|
|ART 460||World Art||3|
|ART 475||Career Development||3|