Sep 19, 2018  
2011-2012 University Catalogue 
    
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Typography Minor


The student learns the basic visual grammar of typography, incorporating this knowledge into information-based interpretations. Intermediate studies are concerned with the informational and editorial uses of typography, as well as multi-page formats. The advanced level develops a sophisticated expertise in solving complex messages through typographic expression.

  • Graphic Design majors may not declare a Typography minor.
  • Students must meet eligibility requirements, which may include a satisfactory grade point average, prerequisites, and departmental portfolio review.
  • Intent to complete a minor is declared by filing the completed Minor Declaration Form with the Office of the Registrar. The forms are available on registrar.uarts.edu or in person at the Office of the Registrar.
  • Courses applied to the minor may only be applied towards elective requirements.
  • Generally, no substitutions to the minor requirements are allowed. The minor advisor may permit a substitution only in exceptional situations.
  • The requirements of the minor must be completed prior to graduation.
  • Completing a minor may require a student to take more than the minimum number of credits necessary to earn the undergraduate degree in order to also complete the minor. 
  • Minors are available only to undergraduate students.

 

Requirements for the Minor


It is recommended that EMDI 201 and GDES 311 be taken concurrently, when possible.

It is recommended that EMDI 202 and GDES 312 be taken concurrently, when possible.