May 23, 2024  
Fall 2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
Fall 2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Word and Image, Minor


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Jointly offered by the Department of English and the School of Art, the Word and Image minor is an academic option for any student interested in exploring the intersection between writing and the visual arts through the making of graphic novels, comics, picture books, photo books, video games, and illustrations. Completion of the minor requires 21 credit hours of course work; a 9 hour core, 6 hours of electives in “Word” and 6 hours of electives in “Image” courses. Students conclude the minor by completing ENG 4960 - Word Image Studio , a capstone course emphasizing collaborative and/or individual work on projects that synthesize knowledge and skills developed in previous core and elective courses. The Word and Image minor is designed to be equally accessible to BA/BFA Art students, BA in English and BFA in Creative Writing students, and students from degree programs across the University.

Word and Image Minor Course Requirements


(21 Credits)

9 hours must be at 3000 or 4000 level; substitutions must be requested prior to enrollment and approved by an academic advisor.

Required Core - 3 courses


(9 Credits)

Electives in “Word” - 2 courses


(6 Credits)

Note:


* Prerequisite: ARTS 2110  or permission of instructor
** Prerequisite of ARTS 2210  or permission of instructor
*** Cannot double count in the Required Core and the Electives in “Word”

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