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MINOR IN VISUAL ARTS OR MUSIC
A student with a major in another field may elect to
pursue a minor in Art History, Studio Art, or Music.
This minor is meant to harmonize with a program of
study in the liberal arts, while providing the
possibility for concentrated work in one of these three
areas. Upon consultation with an advisor from the
Department, the student will choose one of the three
options described below, each of which requires a
minimum of six courses.
- Art History
- ART 101 Drawing I or ART 115 Introduction to
Design with Computers
- ART 122 History of Western Art I or ART 124 Art
History Survey I, and ART 123 History of
Western Art II
- Two other upper-level courses from among Art
- ART 400 Senior Art History Seminar
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2. Studio Art
- ART 101 Drawing I and ART 201 Drawing II
- ART 111 Painting I and Art 211 Painting II
- ART 122 History of Western Art I or ART 123
History of Western Art II
- Other upper-level art course, or ART 401 Senior
Art Studio Seminar
- MUS 122 History of Music I
- MUS 124 History of Music II
- MUS 201 Music Theory I
- Three other courses the student will choose from
the following trajectories in Music History,
Music Theory and Music Performance:
- One required ensemble (one credit) for
three semesters for the equivalent of a threecredit
course: either MUS 193 Chorale OR
MUS 195 Band.
- Two additional courses selected from Group
A or one course from Group A and one course from
Group A Music History and Theory: MUS 202,
221, 223, 225, 229, 230, 233, 234, 235, 236,
237, 301,330, 401.
Group B Music Performance: MUS 240, 250,
260 or three semesters of Applied Study of
the same instrument or voice (each course
counts for one credit): MUS 141, 151, 161, 171.
All departmental majors and minors in Music and the
Visual Arts must complete a minimum of one-half of
the course requirements in residence.