Minor in Studio Art

Broaden your professional prospects with problem-solving skills and a critical eye for visual aesthetics.

Many businesses and organizations rely on creative employees who have problem-solving skills and a critical eye for visual aesthetics. Earning a minor in studio art can broaden your professional prospects.

In the studio art minor, you will study the fundamentals of drawing and painting. You will also examine the elements and principles of two-dimensional design, learning the basics of shape, texture, tools and techniques. Select from additional drawing, painting, graphic design, photography, printmaking or ceramics courses to round out your studies.

The art studio minor complements the graphic design program, as well as degrees in business, humanities, and sciences.