3.0 GPA (based on the completion of 30 credits with a minimum of 15 credits taken at Syracuse University)
An interview with the coordinator is required.
Cap on enrollment per semester is 5 students per semester.
Must enter program no later than the first semester of junior year. (Open to campus as a whole)
Applications accepted at any time, but will adhere to October 15 deadline for processing and approval in the Fall semester (March 1st for Spring semester).
The coordinator will be Barbara Walter, Department of Art, Jewelry and Metalsmithing.
Required Courses: JAM 271 Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing (3 credits), JAM 272 Casting (3 credits), JAM 471 History and Contemporary Issues (3 credits)
Choose From: JAM 300 level courses; choose from surface techniques, metal forming, stone setting, color on metal (6 credits)
Choose From: JAM 400 level course; either jewelry production or machine tools and technology (3 credits)
18 credits total
The curriculum gives the minors the same base of knowledge as the majors, but allows the minors to choose a path within the program that suits their interests. The student may decide to take jewelry oriented courses, metalsmithing courses, or a combination of both. The curriculum also gives the students an historic understanding of the field and an opportunity to discuss many of the issues faced by jewelers and metalsmiths now.