Jewelry Minor

The Jewelry minor offers undergraduate students a rich experience of materials, process and interpretation to complement their degree work. The minor is open to both Art and Non-Art majors and is designed to give students a range of experiences including use of hand processes, machines and digital fabrication through the scope of Jewelry. This minor will blend historic and contemporary theory and awareness of practitioners to help students contextualize their work within jewelry making.

Students pursuing a minor in jewelry must complete the following courses from the list below totaling 18 credits.

Select one of the following courses:3
Drawing I
Space Studio
Select one of the following courses:3
Survey of Art History: Ancient through Medieval
Survey of Art History: Renaissance through Modern
Encounters with the Arts of Global Africa
AME Requirements12
Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing
Intermediate Jewelry I
Intermediate Jewelry II
Metalsmithing I
Total Credits18