Art History Minor
The art history minor prepares students to develop a broad understanding of the meaning and purposes of visual communication, while promoting critical engagement and attaining knowledge of historically significant ideas and objects. The study of history, philosophy, and criticism related to art prepares individuals to embark upon careers in art, business, medicine, theology, education, design, and social sciences, in addition to graduate education. The art history minor requires that students complete 18 units from the following list of art history classes:
|ART 354||Ancient Art History 1||3|
|ART 356||Writing 3: History of Modern Art 2||3|
|ART 357||Contemporary Art Trends 1||3|
|ART 358||History of Graphic Design and Illustration||3|
|ART 359||Women In Art||3|
|ART 361||Early Christian and Medieval Art 1||3|
|ART 362||Renaissance to Rococo Art 1||3|
|ART 475||Art Internship||1-4|
|ART 495||Special Topics in Art||3|
|ART 498||Directed Research||1-4|
|HUM 223||Core Texts in Aesthetics 1,3||3-4|
|HUM 323||Core Texts in Aesthetics 1,3||3-4|
Meets the General Education Humanities: Fine Arts requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.