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Program Requirements

 

Visual Literacy (4 courses – 16 hrs)

  • ART 101: Intro to Visual Analysis: Ancient through Medieval Art & Culture**
  • ART 102: Intro to Visual Analysis: Renaissance through Contemporary Art & Culture**
  • ART 202: Controversy & Crisis in Visual Culture **
  • COMM 281: Communication Studies** 

 

Professional Grounding (3 courses – 12 hrs) 

  • COMM 216: Professional Communication** 
  • ART  251: Design Communication** 
  • ART 351: Web Design**
  • COMM 314W: Advertising & Public Relations**
  • COMM 316: Social Media & Content Strategy** 
  • BUSN 321W: Principles of Management**
  • BUSN 328: Leadership & Organizational Behavior**
  • BUSN 346: Principles of Marketing**
  • EDUC 225: Education in a Diverse Society**

 

Analytical & Cultural Fluency (4 courses – 16 hrs)

  • ART 178: Film Art                                                                                                                
  • ART/COMM 250: Design History*                                                                                         
  • ART 291: Representations of the Holocaust                
  • ART 305W: American Visual Culture*                                                                                  
  • ART 306S: Modern through Contemporary Art*                                      
  • ART 310: History of Photography*                                                                                       
  • ART 325: Documentary Film
  • ART 326: Narrative Film

 

Capstone (1 course – 4 hrs)

  • MUSM 450: Professional Practice w/ CA credit

 

*Students wishing to pursue Art History at the graduate level should prioritize courses marked with an asterisk above and take a minimum of two years of a foreign language.

**Indicates Humanities Core

 

Art History Minor Requirements

ART 101, 102, 202, and 250 or 291, plus at least 8 hours in analytical & cultural fluency from the following:  ART 305W, 306S, 310.

 

 

Contact Info

Lisa Nicoletti

Professor of Art History


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