FINE ARTS MINOR
School of Arts & Sciences/St. Thomas Aquinas College 9/12
A Fine Arts Minor is suggested as a complementary course of study to any major where a knowledge and appreciation of art and visual culture would be valuable, such as romance languages, English, natural sciences, business, philosophy, and communication arts.
The Fine Arts Minor serves the needs of students who wish to experience the joy and discovery of creation in the studio, the give and take of critique and the rewards of developing a personal sensibility in the arts.
Required Courses (9 Credits)
||Two Dimensional Design
||Three Dimensional Design
Select one Art History course from the following: (3 Credits)
|| Art History Survey
||20th Century Art
Select two courses in sequence from the following: (6 Credits)
||Introduction to Painting
||Introduction to Sculpture
||Introduction to Printmaking
There are 18 credits required for a minor in Fine Arts. It is highly recommended that the student consult a faculty member in the arts to help plan a course of study.