Qualified students may complete a minor in Jewelry/Metals within the Artisanry Department. The minor consists of 21 credits. To declare a Jewelry/Metals Minor, students must be a degree candidate who has earned at least 54 credits, with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.000 and a minimum 2.500 grade point average in their major.
Jewelry/Metals Minors follow the core Sophomore-Junior level studios and the selection of electives specific to the program area. Students must maintain a grade point average of 2.0 in all minor classes in order to proceed in the minor. Passing the Junior Year Review is required if a student elects to move into the senior 400 level studio classes.
Jewelry/Metals Minor Course Curriculum:
Jewelry/Metals Core Courses (15 credits):
- ATR 293 Jewelry/Metals 1
- ATR 294 Jewelry/Metals 2
- ATR 393 Jewelry/Metals 3
- ATR 394 Jewelry/Metals 4
- ATR 395 Enameling
Electives (6 credits):
- ATR 493* Jewelry and Metals V (3 credits)
- ATR 494* Jewelry and Metals VI (3 credits)
- 6 credits of other studios within ATR
*Up to three credits of Senior level are allowed if a student successfully passes Junior Year Review.