Major Requirements (AH)

Students pursuing a history of art degree need to complete the required lower and upper division courses as set forth below.
Major Requirements:

Lower Division

AH 1: Survey of World Art, Europe and the United States;

AH 2: Survey of World Art, Africa, Asia and the Americas; and

ANTH 005: Introduction to Archeology.

And a choice of three lower-division courses:

ART 1: Studio Foundations 1: Drawing, Painting, Photography;

ART 2: Studio Foundations 2: Sculpture, Installation, Performance;

ART 3: Basic Design;

ART 4: Basic Photography;

ART 55: Digital Foundations 1: Photo, Video, and Sound;

ART 65: Digital Foundations 2: Web Design and Interactive Art; or

ATC 80: Art Theory.

Upper Division

AH 192 Senior Thesis Seminar

And a choice of four upper-division courses:

AH 144: Issues in Non-Western Arts;

AH 145: Issues in European Art;

AH 165: Issues in American Art;

ATC 166: Issues in Twentieth-Century Art;

AH 193: Museum Internship Project;

AH 194: Interdisciplinary Topics in Art History;

AH 197: Independent Study Project; or

ATC 180: Seminar in Theory & Practice of Art.

And a choice of three upper-division affiliated courses:

ANTH 127: Historical Archeology: Material Culture and Ethnicity;

ANTH 129: Ancient Civilizations;

ML 126: Film;

ML 186: Culture and Civilization in Italy;

TRS 160: Topics in Religion and Culture (only when pre-approved); or

TRS 167: Seeing Salvation: Christian Art and Architecture.

 

Minor Requirements:

Lower Division

AH 1: Survey of World Art, Europe and the United States;

AH 2: Survey of World Art, Africa, Asia and the Americas; and

ANTH 005: Introduction to Archeology.

A choice of one lower-division course:

ART 1: Studio Foundations 1: Drawing, Painting, Photography;

ART 2: Studio Foundations 2: Sculpture, Installation, Perfomance;

ART 3: Basic Design;

ART 4: Basic Photography;

ART 55: Digital Foundations 1: Photo, Video, and Sound;

ART 65: Digital Foundations 2: Web Design and Interactive Art; or

ATC 80: Art Theory.

And a choice of three upper-division courses:

ATC 117: Art Criticism, 1900 to the present;

ATC 118: Art since 1930;

AH 144: Issues in Non-Western Arts;

AH 145: Issues in European Art;

AH 165: Issues in American Art;

ATC 166: Issues in Twentieth-Century Art;

ATC 180: Seminar in Art Theory & Practice; or

AH 194: Interdisciplinary Topics in Art History

 

History of Art: Split Major Agreements

History of Art and Italian Studies, History of Art and Archeology. Other split majors are available by arrangement. For more information, please contact Anna Novakov, Department Chair.