Pablo Picasso said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Post University has the solution. Our art minor allows you to freely express and explore your artistic abilities and can help prepare you for positions in museums and galleries, art studios, advertising agencies, and more. Even if you don’t pursue a creative career, many other fields benefit from professionals with an eye for aesthetics.
Program HighlightsOur art minor was designed to complement the knowledge you will gain in your major degree program. Through a balance of art theory and practice, you will gain an understanding of visual art processes, media, and skills. For a total of 15 credit hours, your art classes include:
Your required courses are taught at our Connecticut campus by experienced faculty to give you hands-on, personal assistance with your projects.
At Post University, we want to see you succeed, whether you choose an art minor to fuel your personal passion or to add visual skills to your disciplinary studies. Our staff are supportive of your goals and will do anything they can to help you reach them.
Enhance your skills and customize your degree with an art minor. If you’re interested in adding a minor to your degree, contact our admissions representative today. They can answer any questions you have about adding an art history specialization.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
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