Art Minor (Studio Art Emphasis)

View the course and credit requirements for an Art Minor with Studio Arts Emphasis below or in the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Art Minors with an emphasis in Studio Art can select classes from:  drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, woodworking & furniture design, textiles, jewelry/metals, or ceramics.

Before students take upper-level courses they must complete the design core, one course in art history, and two introductory studio courses. Students take two upper-level (300-400 level) studio art courses. For timely completion of the program, declare your minor with the art advisor and begin coursework early.

Studio Art
Supporting Courses19
ART 101
Tools, Safety, and Materials
ART 105
Introductory Drawing
ART 106
Three Dimensional Design
ART 107
Two-Dimensional Design
ART 202
Modern Art
Introductory Studios (choose 6 credits):
ART 210
Introduction to Painting
ART 220
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 230
Introduction to Ceramics
ART 235
Introduction to Woodworking and Furniture Design
ART 243
Introduction to Photography
ART 250
Introduction to Fibers/Textiles
ART 260
Introduction to Jewelry/Metals
ART 270
Introduction to Printmaking
Upper-Level Courses 16
Total Credits25