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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 (2014-2015 Catalog)

Minimum Credit Hours18
ARTS105Beginning Drawing3
ARTS162Color and Design3
Select one from the following (3 credits):
ARTS261History of World Art I3
ARTS262History of World Art II3
Select 6 credits from 1 of the following areas:
ARTS205Intermediate Drawing3
ARTS305Advanced Drawing3
ARTS405Senior Drawing3
ARTS213Beginning Painting (Oil or Acrylic)3
ARTS223Watercolor Painting3
ARTS313Intermediate Painting3
ARTS323Intermediate Watercolor3
ARTS413Advanced Painting3
ARTS423Advanced Watercolor3
ARTS201Beginning Ceramics3
ARTS226Primitive Fire Pottery3
ARTS301Intermediate Ceramics3
ARTS401Advanced Ceramics3
ARTS450Raku Pottery3
ARTS211Introductory Photography3
ARTS311Intermediate Sculpture3
ARTS411Advanced Sculpture3
ARTS209Beginning Printmaking3
ARTS309Intermediate Printmaking3
ARTS409Advanced Printmaking3
Select one from the following (3 credits):
ARTS261History of World Art I*3
ARTS262History of World Art II*3
ARTS263Northwest Coast Native Art History and Culture3
ARTS363History of Modern Art3
*Cannot use the same course to fulfill both requirements

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