It is often desirable for students in areas such as art education and design to pursue a concentrated, but not all-encompassing, study of an art discipline outside of their major field. This widens the students’ perspective, increases their professional and job-related opportunities and enhances qualifications for those planning to pursue a graduate degree, as well as satisfies other personal interests. Many students do this now but receive no formal recognition of their work. This minor program in printmaking meets the needs of these students and recognizes their efforts and achievements.
Total Required Credit Hours 18 cr
Required Courses (15 cr)
FAR 101 Drawing I
FAR 230 Introductory Printmaking
FAR 331 Intermediate Printmaking I
FAR 332 Intermediate Printmaking II
FAR 335 Papermaking
Electives (3 cr)
FAR 333 Advanced Printmaking
FAR 335 Papermaking (may be repeated)
FAR 230, 331, and 332 must cover work in at least two separate media.