Art History Minor
The Art History minor is a 15-16 credit hour course of study focusing on the foundations, meanings, and implications of the history of art. The undergraduate minor is designed for students wanting to gain an insight into different aspects of art history; understand how art history is related to culture and history; and recognize how the visual arts affects who we are as individuals, contributes to our humanity, and deepens our understanding of the relationships between humans and society.
Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses for the minor. Grades of C- or lower will not be accepted.
|ART 261||History of Art I||3|
|ART 262||History of Art II||3|
|ART 472||Art History Minor Capstone||2|
|Any 2 of the following upper level art history classes||7-8|
|ECCE: European Cinema|
|ECCE: Arts and Identity in Pacific Island Cultures|
|ECCE: Symbolist Movement in Europe: 1850 - 1920|
|ECCE: Expatriate Paris|
|Modern Art History|
|Contemporary Art History|
|Women in Art: Discovering Her Story|
|Special Art History Studies|