University of Maine at Farmington 2021-2022 Catalog

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Students may choose a minor field of study, commonly called a minor, along with their major. A minor usually consists of 20 credits of study. Minors are optional, but many students find that a minor is helpful in providing greater career opportunities after graduation. The requirements for the various minors are listed within individual majors as well as in this section.
Following are the requirements for official University of Maine at Farmington minors. Contact the chairperson of the department offering the minor for an application.
*Starred courses have pre-requisites not included in the minor requirements.


One of the following:
ARH 114A Visual Culture I 4
ARH 116A Visual Culture II 4
ARH 177/ARH 277 Topics in Art History 4
ARH 274A Modern Art  4
ARH 276A Contemporary Art                                           4

Two of the following:

ART 112A                    Digital Imaging 4
ART 115A                    Drawing I: Drawing Outdoors 4
ART 119A                    Intro to Sculpture  4
ART 120A                    C.R.A.P.P. 4
ART 121A                    Painting I 4
ART 177                    Topics in Art 4
ART 223A                    Robotic and Kinetic Art 4
ART 224A                    Surrealism: The Permanent Revolution 4
ART 225A                    Painting II 4
ART 226A                    Painting off the Wall 4
ART 228A                    Space and Place 4
ART 229A                    Digital Photo 4
ART 239A                    Animation I 4
ART 241A                    Video I 4
ART 244A                    Creative Imaging                      4

Eight additional credits 200 level ART or higher:   8

A minimum of one third of the required credits must be earned at UMF for a minor to be awarded.
Total credits for the Minor: 20

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