The Visual Narrative Minor brings together a variety of courses to give undergraduate students a sophisticated and well-developed approach to the creation of graphic nonfiction and fiction for any audience.
Visual storytelling is a burgeoning form of communication that combines writing and images, and can be found in journalism, fiction, young adult and children's books, comic books, and other forms.
This minor brings together students and faculty from the College of
Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and the College of Art and Design. Through a combination of courses in creative writing and in illustration, you will:
The Visual Narrative Minor consists of 15 credits from the following courses.
You'll take the following required courses for a total of 9 credits.
Choose 6 credits from the following electives. You are required to take 3 credits of studio courses (IILLU, IPHOT, or IFNDN) and 3 credits of writing courses (CCRWT) to complete the minor.
E. Christopher Clark
Cheryl Lawton Malone
Animation and Motion Media
Art History Minor
Digital Video Minor
Fine Arts Minor
Visual Narrative Minor
Foreign Language - Self Designed
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