Stamps Minor in Art & Design Information Session
Make creative problem solving, hands-on making, and visual communication a part of your education. The Stamps Minor in Art & Design is for students interested in design thinking, visual composition, working collaboratively, critical thinking and analysis, and gaining skills with tools and techniques relevant to a wide range of material processes.
The Stamps Minor in Art & Design is open to students in the following U-M programs:
- Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA)
- School of Music Theatre and Dance
- College of Engineering
- Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
- Ross School of Business
- School of Kinesiology
This one-hour information session, offered every Friday afternoon, is the first step in declaring a Minor in Art & Design. You'll talk with Stamps representatives, learn more about our program, and find out if the Minor in Art & Design is right for you.
For more information, see the Stamps website.