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The minor in art develops skills and appreciation in the visual arts as well as enhancing abilities in many of the following areas: reading, writing, speaking, computer literacy, professional behavior and especially critical thinking.

Degree Requirements (2013-2014 Catalog)

Minimum Credit Hours 18
ART S105 Beginning Drawing 3
ART S162 Color and Design 3
Select one from the following (3 credits):
ART S261 History of World Art I 3
ART S262 History of World Art II 3
Select 6 credits from 1 of the following areas:
Drawing
ART S205 Intermediate Drawing 3
ART S305 Advanced Drawing 3
ART S405 Senior Drawing 3
Painting
ART S213 Beginning Painting (Oil or Acrylic) 3
ART S223 Watercolor Painting 3
ART S313 Intermediate Painting 3
ART S323 Intermediate Watercolor 3
ART S413 Advanced Painting 3
ART S423 Advanced Watercolor 3
Ceramics
ART S201 Beginning Ceramics 3
ART S226 Primitive Fire Pottery 3
ART S301 Intermediate Ceramics 3
ART S401 Advanced Ceramics 3
ART S450 Raku Pottery 3
Sculpture
ART S211 Introductory Photography 3
ART S311 Intermediate Sculpture 3
ART S411 Advanced Sculpture 3
Printmaking
ART S209 Beginning Printmaking 3
ART S309 Intermediate Printmaking 3
ART S409 Advanced Printmaking 3
Select one from the following (3 credits):
ART S261 History of World Art I* 3
ART S262 History of World Art II* 3
ART S263 Northwest Coast Native Art History and Culture 3
ART S363 History of Modern Art 3
*Cannot use the same course to fulfill both requirements
 
 

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