Art History Minors
Art History Minor
Study art as the human visual and physical record. Investigate the time and circumstances in which works of art were created as a way to understand their cultural meaning and significance.
Students must complete 15 credits in art history courses, including:
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Survey of Art History: Ancient through Medieval|
|Survey of Art History: Renaissance through Modern|
|Encounters with the Arts of Global Africa|
|Select twelve credits at the 2000 level or above||12|
All courses in the minor must be completed with the grade of C- or higher.
Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Mediterranean World Minor
This minor offers students the opportunity to study the enormous impact of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome have had on later Western Culture. Courses in art history and archaeology of antiquity provide a broad exposure to the formats of the material (sculpture, painting, architecture, etc.).
Students must complete 15 credits as specified below:
|AH 1110||Survey of Art History: Ancient through Medieval||3|
|Elective courses - choose four||12|
|Art and Archeology of Ancient Egypt|
|Mythology in Greek Art|
|Classical Greek Art|
|Roman Painting and Sculpture|
|The Ancient City of Athens|