Art History Major
Thirty-six semester hours in art history as follows:
1380:1381: History of Art I and II
4388: Methods of Art History.
additional semester hours in art history, of which at least 15 must be
advanced (3000- or 4000-level), to include at least one course from
each of the following four categories:
- Ancient and Medieval Art (including ARTH 3310, 3311, 3389, 4311 or selected topics 2394, 3394 or 4394 covering these periods).
- Renaissance, Baroque and Eighteenth Century (including ARTH 2384, 3380, 3381, 3382,4381 or selected topics 2394, 3394 or 4394 covering these periods).
- Nineteenth Century, Twentieth Century, and Contemporary (including ARTH 2387, 3316, 3378, 3379, 3385, 3386, 3387, 3388, 4312, 4379, 4383, or 2394, 3394 or 4394 covering these periods).
- Art of Asia, Africa, Oceania and the Americas (including ARTH 2388, 3312, 3314, 4310, or selected topics 2394, 3394 or 4394 covering these areas).
hours in any combination of humanities and social science courses which
may include History at the 2000-level or above which is not used to
meet the American History core requirement, Anthropology, or other
courses within the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences that
have been approved by a full-time Art History faculty member to support
the student's field of art historical interest.
addition to seeking academic advising from the undergraduate advisor in
the School of Art, art history majors are encouraged to meet with a
faculty member to find out about internship and research opportunities.
Art history students who intend to pursue graduate work should select ARTH 4385: Senior Seminar as one of the courses to fulfill the requirement for advanced major courses.