Studio Art (minor) (Madrid)
Learn how to see and think like a visual artist. SLU-Madrid offers courses in drawing, design, painting, color theory and sculpture that help students to explore their natural creativity.
Minor in Studio Art
In order to earn a minor in studio arts, you’ll have to complete 21 credit hours of art and art history courses. These courses must include:
- ART 2000: Drawing I
- ART 2100: Design
- ART 2120: Three Dimensional Design
- ART 2930-M01: Special Topics - Illustration
Additionally, you’ll be required to take one course in art history and two studio art courses. These courses must be two 2000-level courses outside of the foundational required courses or a 2000-level and a 3000-level course in one medium.
A minor in studio art gives students the background needed to work as designers, consultants, professional artists or art educators.
Our faculty members, like their counterparts in St. Louis, are role-models of professional artistic practice and provide a link for students to the exciting art community of Madrid. Faculty exhibit in galleries and museums, share works in progress in the classroom and provide connections to other professional European artists.
SLU-Madrid is committed to providing quality Jesuit education at an affordable price. Tuition rates at the Madrid Campus are approximately 40 percent lower than comparable private universities in the U.S.
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To apply to minor in studio art at Saint Louis University, you must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and complete a declaration of major/minor form, available in the Madrid Office of the Registrar.