Shape your experience
The School of Art saves seats for non-art majors in a wide variety of studio art courses. Select “Art Non-major” in the list of subjects when you register for classes.
Recently offered courses have included: ARTN 232 Non-Major Intro to Performance & Sound Art, ARTN 239 Non-Major Intro to Special Topics in Four-Dimensional Art, ARTN 262 Non-Major Intro to Intaglio (Printmaking), ARTN 263 Non-Major Intro to Lithography (Printmaking), and ARTN 264 Non-Major Intro to Screen Printing.
Non Major Course Options
ARTN 101 Non-Major Introduction to Art: Surface
ARTN 102 Non-Major Introduction to Art: Time
ARTN 103 Non-Major Introduction to Art: Space
ARTN 211 Non-Major Intro to Drawing
ARTN 213 Non-Major Intro to Painting
ARTN 231 Non-Major Intro to Photography
ARTN 265 Non-Major Intro to Relief
ARTN 291 Non-Major Intro to Book Arts/Papermaking
ARTN 221 Non-Major Intro to Ceramic Sculpture
ARTN 222 Non-Major Intro to Pottery
ARTN 241 Non-Major Intro to Sculpture
Time-Based Art / Cinema Studies
ARTN 239 Non-Major Animation
ARTN 239 Non-Major Video Editing
About the Art Minor
The School of Art makes it easy for undergraduate students to minor in studio art, art history, cinema studies, art education, and museum and curatorial studies. By offering minors, we make it convenient for students to explore these subjects while pursuing other degrees.
Minor in Studio Art
A minor in studio art allows undergraduates the opportunity to take Time-based Art, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, or Sculpture courses. The minor consists of 21 credits. The link below will connect you with the current Academic Catalog and requirements for each concentration.
Minor in Art History
Art History is a discipline within the humanities that examines the history of works of art in the broadest possible context. The minor consists of 24 credits. The link below will connect you with the current Academic Catalog and requirements for each concentration.
Recommendations for Art History Students
Undergraduate work in art history is enhanced by knowledge of at least one foreign language and by additional studio art experience. Graduate work normally requires reading knowledge of German, of French, or of other languages appropriate to an area specialization.
Minor in Cinema Studies
In the cinema studies minor, students study the history and aesthetics of movies while also undertaking their own productions. The minor consists of 15 credits. The link below will connect you with the current Academic Catalog and requirements for each concentration.
Minor in Art Education
The Art Education program assists students to become educators as leaders through coursework that addresses the needs of diverse listeners. Students complete their preparation through field and internship placements in a variety of school settings. Students pursuing Art Education will earn a BA in Studio Art or a BFA in Studio Art (preferred) with a minor in Art Education. Then they complete the Professional Year—graduate course work and a year-long internship that leads to a master’s degree and one year of teaching experience. The link below will connect you with the current Academic Catalog and requirements for each concentration.
Minor in Museum and Curatorial Studies
The Museum and Curatorial Studies minor introduces students to a variety of professional practices within museums and other collecting institutions; the professional, legal and ethical concerns underlying such institutions; and to their historical and theoretical frameworks. In addition to coursework, at least 3 credit hours of internship with an appropriate organization is required. This minor is suitable for those interested in careers such as curators, registrars, museum educators, auction house specialists, gallery staff, and careers related to disciplines such as anthropology, art history, plant sciences and public horticulture, public history, and others. The minor consists of 15 credits. The link below will connect you with the current Academic Catalog and requirements for each concentration.
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