Drawing (Minor)

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The drawing minor will provide students with an intellectual base in idea development and visual literacy by working with a variety of media and approaches to drawing as a graphic medium. Six courses are required for the minor. ART 376 Drawing Projects is a "mini thesis" project-based course that will provide students with the opportunity to include experiences, interests, and varied degree programs from across the university as a resource for their final project.

Required Courses

Course Title Quarter Hours
ART 106BEGINNING DRAWING4
ART 218FIGURE DRAWING4
ART 206INTERMEDIATE DRAWING4
Select one of the following:4
DRAWING PROJECTS
ADVANCED DRAWING
FIGURE DRAWING IN CONTEXT
SENIOR PROJECT STUDIO

Elective Requirements

Choose any two courses from the following list:

Course Title Quarter Hours
DIGITAL FOUNDATIONS
CREATING ART
TWO-DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
BEGINNING PAINTING
THREE DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATIONS
BEGINNING SCULPTURE
ART & ARTISTS IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE
DRAWING SPECIAL TOPICS
ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
ADVANCED DRAWING
ADVANCED FIGURE DRAWING
FIGURE DRAWING IN CONTEXT
DRAWING PROJECTS
SPECIAL TOPICS IN STUDIO PRACTICE
Or other ART and related courses based on the approval of the advisor and/or AMD Chair

Students majoring in Art, Media, and Design (BA) or (BFA) and Art (BA) are restricted from earning this minor. ​