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Art Minor

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The art curriculum is designed to aid and promote exploration of art-making processes and to increase the student’s understanding of art and its relationship to society. The art major prepares the student to be a practicing artist, to enter graduate school for further professional education or to enter the job market in art-related careers. Students also may select art courses as a means of achieving a greater sense of personal creativity and accomplishment. Students, faculty, and invited professional artists display works in the CSU-Pueblo Art Gallery. An active visiting artist program provides contact with successful regional and national professionals.

Specific Requirements for the Art Minor
ART CoursesTitlesCredits
 ART 115 or 116  Two or Three-Dimensional Design 3
 ART 141 or 242  Drawing I or II 3
 ART 211 or 212  History of Art I or II 3
Art electives approved by minor advisor 12
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Department of Art

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