Minors Faculty Advisors
Creative Practice for Social Change
Penina Acayo Laker
Minor in Creative Practice for Social Change
Students develop a deep understanding of how to use creative practices in art, design, and architecture to address systemic economic, environmental, and social challenges.
Minor in Design
Students learn essential design principals and skills, including composition, layout, and type, and may mix and match courses across communication design and fashion design.
Minor in Human-Computer Interaction
Students learn the fundamental techniques necessary to create effective user interfaces: including ideation, prototyping, visual design, and evaluation.
Minor in Studio Art
Students develop technical and conceptual skills through courses in drawing, painting, photography, media arts, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, performance, and others.