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Art Minor

You’ll explore techniques that strengthen your observational skills and hone your ability to think creatively, which will enhance your experience of your chosen major.

Degree Type
Area of Interest
Associated Colleges or Schools
Program Location
  • Queens Campus
Required Credit Hours



ART 1110 Foundation Design     
ART 1130 Color Theory and Application    
ART 1200 Drawing I 

Electives (three chosen):

ART 1000C The Creative Process
ART 1010 Craft as Visual Art
ART 1020 Art in New York
ART 1030 The Visual Arts
ART 1040 Creative Experiments
ART 1050 Drawing Experiments
ART 1060 Watercolor Workshop
ART 1085 Introduction to Photography
ART 1090 Jewelry Design
ART 1510 Printmaking I: Relief and Intaglio
ART 1610 Photography I    
ART 2120 Three-Dimensional Design
ART 2220 Anatomy and Figure Drawing I
ART 2265 Global Sketchbook  
ART 2310; 2320 Painting I; II
ART 2520 Planographic Printmaking
ART 2655 Analog Photography II
ART 3010 Special Topics in Studio Art
ART 3115 Book Arts
ART 3340 Figurative Painting (Painting III)
ART 3565 The Visual Narrative


Only academic programs approved by NYSED are eligible for federal and state aid: NYS Inventory of Registered Programs Minors are not recognized by NYSED therefore associated courses are only eligible for federal or state aid consideration when required by a major or when also used to satisfy a core or general elective requirement.


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Elizabeth DeLuna

Professor and Chair

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