Minor in Fine Arts (15 credits)


The Studio Arts Minor is meant for students from various majors who intend to acquire artistic skills, enrich self creativity and expand their knowledge of contemporary aesthetic issues.
This program also helps in developing, a proactive rather than reactive mentality, and this, due to enhanced creativity.
The faculty of Architecture, Art and Design offers a flexible minor that allows students to concentrate either on a single artistic discipline such as painting, sculpture, digital media and photography covering a wide range of disciplines mainly meant as a general incentive towards artistic culture.

Option A: General Minor in Studio Art (15cr)

Introductory courses:
FAP 211 Drawing I

3 cr.

GDP 212 Design Principles I 3 cr.
Upper Level Courses
To choose three courses from the following:
FAP 311 Painting I

3 cr.

FAP 313 Sculpture I 3 cr.
FAP 224 Digital Art I 3 cr.
PDP 216 Introductory Photography 3 cr.
FAP 315 Printmaking I 3 cr.


Option B: Emphasis in Painting (15 cr)

Introductory courses:
FAP 211 Drawing I

3 cr.

GDP 212 Design Principles I 3 cr.
Upper Level Courses
FAP 311 Painting I

3 cr.

FAP 321 Painting II 3 cr.
FAP 413 Independent Painting Studio I 3 cr.

Option C: Emphasis in Sculpture (15 cr)

Introductory courses:
FAP 211 Drawing I

3 cr.

GDP 212 Design Principles I 3 cr.
Upper Level Courses
FAP 313 Sculpture I 3 cr.
FAP 323 Sculpture II 3 cr.
FAP 414 Independent Sculpture Studio I 3 cr.

Option D: Emphasis in Digital Art (15 cr)

Introductory courses:
FAP 211 Drawing I

3 cr.

GDP 212 Design Principles I 3 cr.
Upper Level Courses
FAP 224 Digital Art I 3 cr.
FAP 314 Digital Art II 3 cr.
FAP 411 Multimedia & Image Development I 3 cr.

Option E: Emphasis in Digital Art (15 cr)

Introductory courses:
FAP 211 Drawing I

3 cr.

GDP 212 Design Principles I 3 cr.
PDP 216 Introductory Photography  
Upper Level Courses
PDP 325 Photography in the Arts 3 cr.
PDP 416 Photography and Printing Techniques 3 cr.