Department of Art

Minor in Illustration

ART 110 Beginning Drawing I:
Elementary drawing with the figure, still life, landscape, and perspective in various media.
ART 120 Two Dimensional Design:
Design principles and fundamentals in two-dimensional media using a problem-solving approach.
ART 160 Beginning Drawing II:
The figure in various media; still life, landscape, and nonobjective directions; problems dealing with the complete drawing.
ART 229 Design Software Applications:
Introduction to computer hardware, software and peripherals commonly used by professional artists. Beginning projects utilizing computer-assisted design.
ART 310 Intermediate Drawing:
The figure in various media; still life, landscape, and nonobjective directions; intermediate problems dealing with the complete drawing. Prerequisites: ART 160.
ART 315 Illustration I:
Techniques and media used in the production of drawings for commercial purposes. Prerequisites: ART 110, ART 120, and ART 310.
ART 375 Illustration II:
Exploration of techniques, craftsmanship and conceptual skills to provide understanding of illustration and its function in design for commercial purposes. Prerequisite: ART 315.
ART 475 Illustration III:
Continuation of problem solving and development of personal style for the marketplace. Exploration of business practices and expectations. Work towards personal promotion and portfolio presentation. Prerequisites: ART 315, 375.

Total 24 Hours