The Minor in Studio Art provides students the opportunity to integrate creative and artistic practice with other academic or research pursuits. Students pursuing the Minor in Studio Art are not necessarily seeking careers as practicing professional artists, but rather unique careers where the visual arts and creativity may be desirable skills. Recent research has identified these creative problem-solving skills and diverse sets of knowledge as being sought in a wide range of disciplines, industries, and professions. The Minor in Studio Art contributes to the university's goal of graduating competitive and versatile students.
The curriculum of the studio art minor guides students toward a range of class work that the Art faculty consider essential to understanding art making in a material and conceptual sense. The Minor in Art affords the Department of Art a structured and more comprehensive means to make significant contributions to the overall educational and cultural experiences on campus and to extend the core of our mission to a wider range of students at The Ohio State University.
Review these details about the Minor in Studio Art before you speak with your academic advisor.
You will complete the Minor Program Form and turn it in to your advisor.