Draughtsmanship, or drawing, is one of the oldest artistic media. This minor develops skills in drawing through a variety of two-dimensional applications, in order to introduce students to areas such as graphite, charcoal, and pen and ink. An important creative skill in the arts, sciences and technology fields, the drawing minor benefits students who want to achieve moderate proficiency in learning how to visualize and express design concepts both as dynamic, spontaneous expressions and as finished work.
- ART 131 , ART 132 , ART 359 , ART 361 (9 credits).
- One from: ARH 311 , ARH 312 , ARH 317 , ARH 319 , ARH 320 , ARH 321 , ARH 323 , ARH 331 , ARH 409 (3 credits).
- Three from: ART 353 , ART 354 , ART 362 , ART 385 , ART 386 , ART 407 , ART 408 (9 credits).