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  Aug 18, 2017
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USC Catalogue 2017-2018

Drawing Minor

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Students enrolled in the minor in drawing will develop their creativity and technical drawing skills, as well as deepen their understanding of contemporary art. Foundation courses provide the fundamentals of spatial rendering, composition, figure drawing and visual expression. Advanced courses require more ambitious projects, personal direction, research and sustained focus. The minor is available to all USC students who wish to develop their abilities to communicate through visual means, or who wish to develop skills for conceptualization and problem solving. The minor in drawing can assist the students in art-related work, as well as creative pursuits such as printed works with images, games and animation. A total of 20 units are required for this minor.

Required Lower-Division Courses (8 Units)

Three Upper-Division Courses (12 units) chosen from the following:

Three upper-division courses (12 units) chosen from the following:

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