With a fine arts minor, you’ll learn to become a creative and critical thinker as well as an innovator and problem solver. Apply these skills to careers in diverse fields:
Since 1945, Roosevelt University has been committed to our founding values of social justice, inclusion and access. Take innovative courses like Art and Activism, where you’ll work with community organizations to create art that deals with social issues.
Explore art and architecture venues in Chicago, like the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago or the National Museum of Mexican Art. You’ll learn from practicing Chicago artists and spark fresh ideas in your creative process.
You can also take classes in graphic design and may earn credit through internships.
Participate in activities and exhibits with Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery. The on-campus space showcases the best of contemporary documentary photography.
From biology to bassoon, psychology to pharmacy, reading to real estate, Roosevelt has a program for you. Explore our comprehensive academic choices, outstanding faculty and nearly limitless degree program options.