Pursue a minor in any of SFAI's major programs.
Undergraduate students have the opportunity to organize elective coursework in exciting new ways and demonstrate the interdisciplinary character of their studies “on paper,” since a successfully completed minor will be recorded on transcripts.
You may minor in any program other than your major. For example, a Photography major could minor in New Genres, a Sculpture major could minor in Painting or Art and Technology, and a History and Theory of Contemporary Art major could minor in Printmaking. Students may also explore specific areas of interest within a minor, such as ceramics, artists’ books, issues of sustainability, or experimental cartography, or define their own pathway.
Each minor requires seven courses within an area of study. Please refer to each department-specific matrix for more information. Students may transfer two courses (6 units) into a minor.
|Introduction to Art and Technology I||3|
|Introduction to Art and Technology II||3|
|Digital Media Distribution||3|
|Interactivity and Social Media Distribution||3|
|Art and Technology Electives||6|
|FM-100 Introduction to Film||3|
|Three Film Elective courses||9|
|HTCA-102 Art Since 1945||3|
|HTCA-202 Dialogues in Contemporary Art||3|
|CS-390 Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium||3|
|Four History and Theory of Contemporary Art Elective courses||12|
|NG-100 New Genres I||3|
|History of New Genres or Issues in Contemporary Art||3|
|Three New Genres Elective courses||9|
|PA-100 Painting I||3|
|History of Painting||3|
|Three Painting Elective courses||9|
|PH-100 Introduction to Photography and the Darkroom||3|
|History of Photography||3|
|Three Photography Elective courses||9|
|Printmaking I Requirement||3|
|History of Printmaking||3|
|Three Printmaking Elective courses||9|
|SC-100 3-D Strategies: Beginning Sculpture||3|
|CE-100 Ceramics I: Fabrication||3|
|History of Sculpture||3|
|Two Sculpture Elective courses||6|