Art History Major, Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Students majoring in Art History will be expected to complete courses in methodology and to present a written thesis.
- students majoring in Art History will be expected to complete courses in methodology and to present a written thesis;
- two years of a single high school foreign language or one year of a single college level foreign language is required.
|ART 107||BASIC DESIGN||5|
|or ART 307||3D DESIGN|
|ART 213||ART IN THE HUMANITIES||5|
|ART 303||DIGITAL ART I||5|
|ART 339||RESEARCH IN ART HISTORY||2|
|ART 439||ART HISTORY SEMINAR||2-3|
|ART 491||SENIOR THESIS||5|
|Choose courses from the following||30|
|HISTORY OF ANCIENT ART|
|HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL ART|
|HISTORY RENAISSANCE ART|
|HISTORY OF BAROQUE AND ROCOCO ART|
|ART OF THE 19TH CENTURY|
|HISTORY OF MODERN ART|
|HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART|
|Electives–choose additional Art History courses in consultation with department advisor.||3|
For information on General Education, see Undergraduate Degree .
Student Learning Outcomes—students will
- have a fundamental ability to read and comprehend texts and to analyze works of art with peers and faculty;
- have a fundamental knowledge of major movements, styles and artists within the history of art;
- have the ability to do independent research from diverse texts within the subject of Art History;
- be able to synthesize their art historical knowledge into the practice of the art historical discipline through discussion and writing;
- have the ability to bring together their research into clear written form;
- demonstrate an awareness of current scholarly opinion regarding issues of interpretation in the field and the ability to articulate and discuss art within our own culture and the art of culturally- diverse settings.