Why Elms for your Fine Arts minor?
- Regularly exhibit your work in the Borgia Gallery.
- Diversify your skill set and explore new avenues for creative expression.
- Gain new perspectives and frameworks for your major.
The fine arts minor encourages creative expression through drawing, painting, pottery, sculpture, and mixed media. Students enjoy ample opportunity to experiment with new media and techniques, as well as exhibit their work in the Borgia Gallery every semester.
Classes on art history stimulate interdisciplinary thinking, and offer the ideal avenue for students to explore a new discipline in relation to their major. Graphic design, social media, marketing, and education majors can especially benefit from technical and theoretical expertise in fine arts.
Graduates from our program have gone on to earn master of fine arts degrees from schools around the world and work as graphic designers, art therapists, teachers, and freelance artists.
|Course #||Formerly||Course Name||# of Credit Hours|
|ART 1002||ART 102||Drawing and Design I||3|
|ART 2001||ART 201||Painting I||3|
|ART 2103||ART 213||Art History Survey I||3|
|ART 2105||ART 215||Art History Survey II||3|
|ART 3400||ART 340||Pottery||3|
|ART 3405||ART 345||Sculpture||3|
|Choose one additional ART elective in consultation with a fine arts faculty advisor.||3|