Printmaking

The Printmaking minor is for students seeking experience with fine art printmaking practices that connect to, or supplement, their major field of study. The Printmaking minor consists of 15 credit hours of courses that investigate a variety of traditional and contemporary printmaking processes such as relief, etching, lithography, screenprint, and bookmaking. Students will be encouraged to explore traditional and alternative ways to create and present printed artifacts.

Printmaking Minor (15 hours)

Required Courses:
ARTS 2310    Introduction to Printmaking
ARTS 4350    Advanced Printmaking

Electives (choose 3 of these courses):
ARTS 3320    Relief and Monoprinting
ARTS 3330    Etching
ARTS 3340    Lithography
ARTS 3350    Screenprinting