Color Studies Minor

Color is intriguing, complex, and pragmatic. It can promote brand recognition, increase sales, attract attention, and convey concepts. The FIT minor in Color Studies offers students from all majors the opportunity to learn to use color with intention. Cultural or geographical, psychological or symbolic, aesthetic or gender-related—color can be analyzed and applied in many ways to enhance creative work, further careers, and enrich lives.

The following requirements below are intended for students beginning fall 2024.

To declare your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.

Minor Coordinator: 
Jada Schumacher

Must Complete Five (5) Courses Selected in Any Sequence
CD 234Color Studies2
FA 101Painting1.5
FA 106Printmaking - Basic2
GD 336Color Voyage2
IL 126Watercolor Comps and Illustrations1.5
IL 127Applying Color to Illustrate the Written Word1.5
PH 100Photography for Artists2
PH 104Basic Digital Photography for Visual Design Communication2
PH 118Beginning Digital Photography2
TD 112Textile Color Fundamentals2

Please check the website for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.
*Semesterly course offerings are subject to change.