Studio Art - Minor

The minor in Studio Art allows you to explore your creative side through the combination of art and digital tools. In this program you will develop and hone your skills through practice of the visual arts in multiple mediums. Online and in-person coursework contains both a hands-on exploration of traditional art making and instruction with innovative digital tools. Throughout the minor, students will build a portfolio of creative work exploring a personal style as artists while building a general studio art foundation.

Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 with 70 or fewer credit hours completed to apply and must maintain a C average or better in all Studio Art Minor courses. The student’s home school/college/department may grant, with agreement from the College of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts, transfer credit of no more than six credit hours. Transfer credit will not be accepted for any 300- or 400-level courses. Per University guidelines, the student’s home school/college/department is responsible for advising students pursuing the Minor in Studio Art.

To apply, download the Studio Art Minor Form via the PVFA website, complete it, and turn it into Program Director, Jill Honeycutt at