Upon completion of a minor in Fine and Digital Arts, students will be able to execute decisions in a variety of media including painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture. They will obtain experience utilizing relevant software for digital painting, digital photography and/or 3D modeling.
I. Required Courses (6 credits)
- ADIM 1110 Drawing I (first year) (3 credits)
- ARTH 1101 Art of the Western World (3) OR
- ARTH 1001 Art and Human Needs (3 credits)
II. Elective Courses (12 credits)
- ADIM 1217 Painting I (3 credits)
- ADIM 1219 Sculpture (3 credits)
- ADIM 1223 2D Design and Color (3 credits)
- ADIM 1224 Printmaking I (3 credits)
- ADIM 2210 Drawing II (3 credits)
- ADIM 2215 Watercolor (3 credits)
- ADIM 2220 Figure Drawing (3 credits)
- ADIM 2227 Painting II (3 credits)
- ADIM 2312 Digital Art & Design I (3 credits)
- ADIM 2317 Digital Painting (3 credits)
- ADIM 2320 Still Photography (3 credits)
- ADIM 3325 Digital Photography (3 credits)
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