Art & Art History

Art History: Majoring and Minoring

Major in Art History: Nine courses (Majors consist of a minimum of 30 credits.)
One course from:
     ARH71-104 Introduction to the History of Art: Image, Object, Text
     ARH 71-114 World Architecture: A Comparative Cultural History
     ARH71-204 Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture
One 300-level course (Latin American)
One 400- or 500-level course (Ancient, Medieval or Early Modern Europe)
One 600-level course (Modern)
ARH71-814 Theory and Methods of Art History (to be taken fall junior year      or fall senior year)
ARH71-804 Capstone Research Seminar (to be taken fall senior year)
Two additional courses in Art History, at least one of which must be
     upper-level.

Minor in Art History: Five courses (Minors consist of a minimum of 18 credits.)
One course from:
     ARH71-104 Introduction to the History of Art: Image, Object, Text
     ARH 71-114 World Architecture: A Comparative Cultural History
One course in at least two of the four following areas (2 courses total):
     200-level courses (Asian)
     300-level courses (Latin American)
     400- or 500-level courses (Ancient, Medieval or Modern Europe)
     600-level courses (Modern)
Two additional courses in Art History, at least one of which must be       upper-level.

Major in International Studies
Students can also select to major in International Studies with a disciplinary major in art history. See the International Studies Program for further details.