The Ceramics Minor is designed for those interested in taking their knowledge and skills to an intermediate and possibly advanced level. A minimum 18 credit hours is all it takes to receive a minor in ceramics. Courses available to minors are: Wheel and Hand Building I & II, Intermediate Ceramics, Ceramic Surfaces, Glaze Calculation, Low-fire Ceramics and Special Topics. Students interested in studying ceramics also have the option of a ceramics emphasis in the Art Studio BFA.
Academic and Career Opportunities
The Department of Art and Art History offers students many chances to network and get involved: for example, CLAY at the UofU is a student ceramic organization that hosts events and professional development opportunities for members. Students minoring in ceramics can participate in annual extracurricular events, such as wood and soda firings, visiting artist demonstrations and critics, participating in the Holiday Sale, CLAY Club events, and participating in the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Conference (NCECA), held annually across the country.
- Department of Art & Art History
- College of Fine Arts
- Department Advising
- Career & Professional Development Center