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Please contact Minkyu Lee, chair of the Art program, for advising questions.

Students declare themselves art majors or minors with a signed form from the art adviser as soon as possible, preferably no later than sophomore year. Many of the lower-level art courses have a priority registration designation to reserve seats for the declared art major/minor.

Please note that all degree-seeking students at UW-Green Bay must have an interdisciplinary major or minor. Art is a disciplinary major. Consequently, all art majors need an interdisciplinary minor. Art majors often select a minor in Design Arts or Arts Management, although there are several other choices. Art students often have a second major in Design Arts or Arts Management because a number of classes count for both majors.

All general questions about the program should be directed to the Advising Office at (920) 465-2362

Curriculum Checklists

Transfer Advice

Students begin the transfer process by applying and sending their transcripts to UW-Green Bay for credit evaluation. After credit evaluation, students see their art adviser as soon as possible.

Visit UW-Green Bay's Admissions website for more information.