Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.
An Alternate Art History Concentration requires 34 hours:
|Select 18 credits from the following:||18|
|Philosophy Of Art ( or PHIL 216)|
or PHIL 217
|Philosophy of Art|
|History of Art & Architecture I (Ancient – c. 1700)|
|History of Art & Architecture II (c. 1700 - present)|
|Medieval & Byzantine Art|
|Renaissance and Reformation Art|
|Senior Capstone (494-1 for Art History concentration)|
|Select 16 credits 1||16|
Select 16 credits of advisor-approved courses from:
Supporting courses can apply to both an Art major and the major of the course's native department, making the alternate Art History concentration especially conducive to double majors.
Students are advised that ART 494 (494-1 for Art History major) is offered alternate years in the Fall so should be taken in the junior or senior year.
Please note: Art History courses ART 251 & ART 351 are offered each year. They are taught sequentially, spanning two semesters and taking them in order is recommended. ART 352 & ART 353 are offered every other year. They are also taught sequentially, and taking them in order is recommended. Students are encouraged to take both sets of courses (ART 251 & ART 351; ART 352 & ART 353) in different years.
A reading knowledge of two foreign languages is recommended for students who anticipate graduate study.