Dec 07, 2022  
University Catalog 2022-2023 
    
University Catalog 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Medical Illustration Minor


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The minor in Pre-Medical Illustration is an interdisciplinary collaboration between the College of Applied and Natural Sciences, the College of Engineering and Science, and the College of Liberal Arts that will educate students in art and biology with special topics courses being an opportunity to merge the two disciplines.  The minor is open to students in all disciplines but will fit well for students pursuing a BFA in Studio Art, a BS in Biological Sciences, or a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a Pre-Medicine concentration.  Students who complete the minor will have fulfilled the prerequisites for application to graduate school in medical illustration.  In addition, students will have had the opportunity to work with the clients and build a portfolio that may include publication of their work in scientific periodicals and textbooks.  Student who complete the minor may also pursue careers in biomedical research, medical school, physician’s assistant school, nursing, or another area of medicine.

The minor in Pre-Medical Illustration consists of 45 hours.  A student minoring in Pre-Medical Illustration must take 21 hours of specified Art, 23 hours of specified Biological Sciences and an additional 1 hour of Scientific Portfolio (ART 459 ).

Pre-Medical Illustration Minor Required Courses


One of the following ART courses:


One of the following BISC courses:


Grade Requirement for Minor


Note:  A student must earn a grade of “C” or better in each course applied toward meeting the requirement of a minor.

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