This interdisciplinary minor is designed for students who wish to concentrate on Visual Narrative Art (which could be any genre or platform of art, including fine art, illustration and cartooning and more). This minor provides a broad scope of courses in 2-D media, rendering and narrative art studies. This minor is open to any USC student ** especially those interested in telling stories through pictures – fine art, illustration, comics, journalism, narrative studies, cinema and media studies, animation and digital arts, film and television production, interactive media and game design and more. Students will create works that have a narrative intent, telling stories and creating worlds through the language of images and words. Students interested in the vast varieties of visual communication and media can develop better rendering (in all genres), composition, and word/image storytelling skills. Total number of units required is 20.
**Roski majors are required to include at least 16 units of electives that are unique to this minor (i.e., not included in their major and outside of Roski). Please consult with your academic adviser before adding this minor.