Three ways to add value to your WSU degree
Earn interdisciplinary credentials that expand your career-readiness and add value to any WSU degree.
Business of Art
Open to all WSU Pullman undergraduate students. Harness the skills and mindset of an entrepreneur to power your interest in applied, innovative arts projects and businesses.
Business of Art certificate flyer (PDF)
15 total credits: one core option and three additional electives, all passed with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Core classes (pick one option):
- 2D Art and Design (ART 102) or
- 3D Art and Design (ART 103) or
- ART 110: Beginning Drawing (ART 110)
and Entrepreneurial Marketing (ENTRP 490 [M])
Then choose three electives from the list below to complete the certificate:
- Entrepreneurial Management (ENTRP 489)
- Entrepreneurial Finance (ENTRP 426)
- Personal Finance (FIN 223 [QUAN])
- Introduction to Digital Media (ART 332)
- Ceramics (ART 340)
- Sculpture (ART 350)
- Special Topics (ART 363)
A collaboration by the Department of Art and the Department of Digital Technology and Culture. Open to all students interested in learning more about image design.
Graphic Design Certificate flyer (PDF).
15 total credits: two core courses and three additional electives, all passed with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
There are two core classes:
- 2D Art and Design (ART 102)
- Tools and Methods for Digital Technology (DTC 201)
Then pick three electives from the list below to complete the certificate:
- Introduction to Digital Media – Print and Web (ART 332)
- Multimedia Design (DTC 336)
- Design for Print (ART 433)
- Advanced Multimedia Design (DTC 436)
Eco Arts & Public Engagement
Expand your skill set as you work at the intersection of ecology, creative writing, art, and landscape architecture. This certificate will help prepare you to serve as a creative environmental advocate and innovator, socially engaged community steward, or cultivator and designer. Open to all WSU Pullman undergraduate students.
15 total credits: one core course and four additional electives, all passed with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
There is one core class:
- Landscape Plants for Urban & Community Environments (HORT 330)
Then choose four electives—one class from each of four areas—to complete the certificate:
- World Art History I (ART 201)
- Intermediate Painting (ART 321)
- Art, Science, and Technology (ART 331)
- Special Topics: digital media (ART 363) or scuplture (ART 365)
- Interactive Media (Art 435)
- Introduction to the Environmental Humanities (ENGL 219)
- Introduction to Creative Writing (ENGL 251)
- Native American Literature (ENGL 341)
- Literature and Culture of the American West (ENGL 470)
- Internship (ENGL 498)
- Landscapes of the Palouse (LND ARCH 150)
- Theory in Landscape Architecture (LND ARCH, 327
- Ecological Applications in Design (LND ARCH 380)
- The Environment, Human Life, and Sustainability (SOE 110)
- How the Earth’s Climate System Works (SOE 280)
- The Science and Policy of Climate Change (SOE 285)
- Natural Resource Ecology (SOE 300)
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