The Bachelor of Arts in Art History offers an interdisciplinary approach to the history, technique, and theory of art, architecture, and material and visual culture. The program provides two paths of study in art history. Option A prepares students for graduate study in art history while Option B prepares students for careers in the fields of Museum Studies and Arts Administration. The Bachelor of Arts in Art History requires a minimum of 120 credit hours of course work.
Requirements 1 Note: ART 4930 for 3 credits may be applied to applicable category.
...1 ART 4930 when offered as: Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity: Fashion in Modern Art...
ART 4930 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ART HISTORY (3 credits)
These illustrated lecture courses deal with a limited topic in the field of art history. The course may be coordinated with an external event such as an exhibition, publication or study trip. Lab fee required. (Cross-listed with ART 8936)
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ART 2060 or instructor permission.
WGST 4930 SPECIAL TOPICS IN GENDER AND ART HISTORY (1-3 credits)
An illustrated lecture course dealing with a limited topic in the field of art history. The course may be coordinated with an external event such as an exhibition, publication or study trip.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): To be determined by the instructor based upon the preparation required for an adequate understanding of the material of the course. Lab fee required.