Make creative problem solving and hands-on making a part of your education.
The 24 credit hour Art Minor is open to any undergraduate student not enrolled in the BFA Art or BFA Art Education degree program. A portfolio is not required to enroll in the Art Minor.
To learn more about the program and enroll in the Art Minor, please contact the art and design academic advisors at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art Histories Minor
Explore the history, issues, and lives of those making art and explore how art has been perceived and evaluated.
In the Art Histories Minor you will explore a wide range of areas that are representative of a globalizing world view. Taught by a faculty of experienced teachers and published scholars, courses lay a foundation in cultural awareness in art history. Students learn about historical, geographical, aesthetic, social, political, economic, religious, and other cultural factors that shape the lives of those involved in the making of art and its reception. In addition, courses introduce students to research methodologies of various disciplines that are concerned with visual culture.
The Art Histories Minor includes 24 credit hours of ARTH coursework, and is open to all undergraduate students. To learn more about the program and enroll in Art Histories Minor, please contact the program coordinator, Dr. Ron Graziani.